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Hiperwall Next-Generation Video Wall and Distributed Visualization Systems
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Hiperwall exhibited at the 2016 NFCA Training Event (Oct. 25-27) in Alexandria, Virginia. Our technology supports fusion centers--intelligence sharing centers--by enabling them to quickly and easily show multiple sources of visual intelligence at once. As a result of using Hiperwall, fusion centers can enhance situational awareness, establish a common operational picture, and improve collaboration. Just one feature of Hiperwall is the ability to easily set up pre-set environments to display with a click of a button when local, regional, or national events occur. http://bit.ly/2c6MHrH

Learn how Kansas City Terrorism Early Warning Fusion Center benefits from Hiperwall: bit.ly/2de3v4ism

Learn how WSIN Fusion Center benefits from Hiperwall: bit.ly/2damMmh
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Hiperwall partnered with Esri at IACP 2016, exhibiting in booth #2949. Law enforcement agencies can build state-of-the-art command and control centers, powered by Hiperwall software, at a surprisingly affordable price. Our technology shows multiple sources of visual intelligence of your choice, including Esri GIS mapping software, in one, integrated, large-scale view to enhance situational awareness. In addition, unlike many other solutions, Hiperwall FT 4.0 offers dual, “active-active” controls for fault tolerance, ensuring continuous operations of the system. http://bit.ly/2cDeaYs
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2016-10-19
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New case study: Hiperwall enhances situational awareness at Kansas City Regional Terrorism Early Warning (KCTEW) Fusion Center.

“Having used Hiperwall since 2013, it is safe to say that there is no longer any way for us to accomplish our tasks without our Hiperwall video wall system,” said Troy Campbell, IT Specialist and Cyber Threat Intelligence Program Director for KCTEW. “Simply put, we’ve incorporated it into every facet of our operations. Hiperwall supports and enables... the majority of what we do. It has the capacity to greatly increase collaboration and contribute to a regional and national common operational picture. We are thinking about how we will integrate our Hiperwall with other fusion centers that have or plan to acquire a Hiperwall (using Hiperwall Share Server). It is a force multiplier that enables us to provide an amazing impact with the resources we have.”

Read the case study: bit.ly/2de3v4ism
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Hiperwall invites fusion center personnel to visit our booth #124 at the 2016 National Fusion Center Association (NFCA) Annual Training Event on October 25-27, 2016 in Alexandria, Virginia. Learn how you can see critical visual intelligence and data in one view to enhance situational awareness, establish a common operational picture and improve collaboration. See why Hiperwall is an effective and affordable solution for fusion centers. http://bit.ly/2c6MHrH
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New Case Study: High-tech museum uses Hiperwall for digital donor recognition wall. “Our donors are very pleased with the Hiperwall donor wall,” said Diane Boyle, Chief Executive Officer of the Friends of the Canadian Museum for Human Rights, the fundraising arm for the Museum. “The video wall makes an impressive display, especially because of its size. In addition, it’s easy to make changes to the information displayed on the wall.” Read the case study: http://bit.ly/2aDsVWH
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Hiperwall will join Esri in booth 720 at DoDIIS Worldwide, August 1 - 3, 2016 in Atlanta to demonstrate how our video wall software powers the display of any application or platform, including those for the defense and intelligence community. Esri provides an integrated platform for defense and intelligence personnel that supports analysis, planning, operations and decision making.
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New Case Study: LA Metro's Emergency Operations Center (EOC) is built around its Hiperwall video wall and distributed visualization system, which enables situational awareness during incidents to support faster emergency response. More than 215 video cameras across LA Metro's rail and bus lines send feeds to the Hiperwall system, providing enhanced monitoring capabilities.
 
"Hiperwall is an effective, flexible tool for us to display video intelligence," said Tinh Quach, Chief Administration Analyst for LA Metro. Read the case study: http://bit.ly/29DwXkB
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2016-07-26
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