Underlining its ability to support broadcast manufacturers and systems integrators (SIs) with modular solutions that can be easily incorporated into new and upgraded products, Densitron will present its complete suite of ready to use control panels and IDS Control System. Powered by ARM or X86 computer processors, these solutions can be white labelled by broadcast manufacturers to enable cost-efficient product development or made available to systems integrators and end-users to enhance their studio workflows.
The company will shine a particular spotlight on its tactile and haptics innovations, including the new 2RU Haptics product, which delivers a ‘building block’ HMI that can be incorporated into vendors’ own designs, and the Tactile HMI Evaluation Kit. With haptic technology being adopted by an increasing number of top-tier tech companies, it’s clear that the feedback and confirmation benefits of touch are paving the way for a new way of working in broadcast media and beyond.
Densitron also announces that it will be introducing the new Jogdial encoder for use with Densitron’s 2RU rack-mounted range. Available in 1 and 2 knob forms, the Jogdial was previewed to a warm reception at this year’s NAB, but IBC 2023 will represent the technology’s official launch.
In addition to its own stand, Densitron will also have a presence on the booth of long-term technology partner BirdDog – whose full range of cameras can be controlled by the IDS system – and Grass Valley, which will be using Densitron’s acclaimed 4RU rack-mount ready TFT display.