Whether your team is coordinating a battle, running a special operation, responding to a natural disaster, completing training, or undertaking another activity requiring mobility, you may require one of Haivision’s portable video wall systems. Depending on your unique requirements, these mobile visual collaboration solutions offer a range of wall sizes, setup time, and portability.
The Stryke Lightning is a complete portable visualization system including a 75” LCD display, video processor, and all the necessary equipment and cables packed in a ruggedized, motorized pop-up transit case. You can easily expand the system with additional displays and optional accessory packages.
The Scalable Mobile Display (SMD) is a high-resolution, portable video wall system perfect for applications where a video wall is moved occasionally between sites. Available in 2×2, 4×2, and 6×2 configurations, the SMD is packed into ruggedized cases for transport.
The Stryke is an ultra-rugged, man-portable video processor. It is built to withstand shock, vibration, and extreme temperatures. It is a portable, tactical command and control system for expeditionary use.
The Stryke works with any type of display, sets up in minutes, and is maintenance-free.
While the Stryke Lightning and SMD solutions are both mobile video wall solutions, they are best suited for quite different applications. This table may help you to determine which product will work best for your application.
Whether portable or permanent, all Haivision visual collaboration systems are controlled by the Command 360 video wall software platform. Users rely on the same intuitive application both on-base or in the field, so they do not need to learn multiple systems.
With little-to-no training, operators share visual content with their teams and/or commanders to establish a common operating picture. With Command 360, you can easily add content to a display, resize and move content, save and recall preset layouts, display time zone clocks, make annotations to share ideas and plans in real-time, and more.