Information Security Best Practices for Video Content

Video Content Security

Security for video distribution environments, like operation or command centers, generally revolves around IT-based security protocols. This is typically because device access, control, and encryption of data travels across an organization’s network. As a result, the content itself isn’t always given the same level of scrutiny or security focus. To combat this security gap organizations […]

City of Montgomery Presents Updated Emergency Communications 911 Center

Montgomery 911 Dispatch Center press event

On August 30, the Department of Emergency Communications for the City of Montgomery, AL held a press event to present its newly-redesigned 911 Center. During the event, Mayor Todd Strange, Director of Emergency Communications Larry Fisher, and leaders from the city’s police and fire departments explained how the 911 Center’s new technologies will help the […]

Miami Gardens Police Department Celebrates New Real Time Crime Center

Miami Gardens RTCC ribbon cutting ceremony

On August 8, Miami Gardens Police Department held a ribbon-cutting ceremony to celebrate the completion of its new Real Time Crime Center (RTCC). The RTCC is a high-tech intelligence center designed to help officers monitor high-crime areas, investigate criminal activity, and protect their community. It is the first facility of its kind to feature an […]

Investing in a Space Your Employees Love: A Sneak Peek into Haivision’s New Office

Employees in open plan office

On July 19, 2016, we announced the expansion and remodel of our global headquarters in Atlanta. The motivation behind the project? Haivision Co-Founders David Minnix and Robert Kaufman believe that people do their best work when they’re inspired by the environment they work in. They wanted to create a flexible, collaborative work environment that would […]

LCDs vs. Projection Cubes: 6 Key Differences You Should Know

LCD vs Projection Cube video walls

LED-LCD and LED-based rear-projection cubes are both enduringly popular video wall display types, and have several common strengths. With MTBFs of up to 100,000 hours, both are extremely reliable and suitable for 24/7 mission-critical applications. Both display types are also scalable over time since additional LCDs or cubes can be added to existing arrays, expanding […]

Minesweeper Super Challenge

Minesweeper Super Challenge

Did you know that Minesweeper celebrates its 30th anniversary this year? In 1985, programmers introduced an early version of the beloved puzzle video game we still play today. In honor of the 30th anniversary of Minesweeper, the Haivision team decided to introduce this old-school game to some new-school technology. We enlisted the help of leading […]

Georgia State Receives Campus Technology Innovators Award for CURVE

Georgia State University Library CURVE wall

In a special feature in its July 2015 issue, Campus Technology honored Georgia State University Library’s CURVE (Collaborative University Research & Visualization Environment) with a Campus Technology Innovators Award in the category of “Education Futurists.” The Innovators Awards are presented annually to highlight visionary projects that use technology to improve teaching, administration, and operations in […]

Top 5 Reasons Customers Love the Alpha FX Video Wall Platform

Customers watch Alpha FX presentation

The Alpha FX video wall platform made a big impression at NAB Show 2015 and the great feedback just keeps coming! So why are customers so excited about Alpha FX? Reason #1 Fluid, Ultra-High-Resolution Content Rendering Alpha FX simply produces great-looking content. Powered by high-end 3D accelerated graphics hardware, the Alpha FX processor provides fluid, […]

Haivision Awarded AS9003 Certification

Video wall installation

Haivision (formerly CineMassive) is pleased to announce that on April 28, 2015, it was awarded AS9003 certification. AS9003 certification is awarded to aviation, space, and defense organizations that have shown compliance with the Society of Automotive Engineers’ (SAE) requirements for inspection and test quality systems. AS9003 evaluates a number of criteria to ensure that organizations […]

Student Researchers at GSU Leverage Haivision Technology to Develop Interactive Educational Tools

GSU video wall presentation

In a recent event at Georgia State University Library’s CURVE (Collaborative University Research and Visualization Environment,) student researchers presented their latest projects for Georgia State’s Student Innovation Fellowship (SIF) Program. SIF is an interdepartmental research program that enables students to explore emerging technologies and instructional innovations in order to enhance learning and research at the […]