Barco and CompView have developed the Barco video wall, a 100% digital traffic management visualisation platform, for Garden Grove, California, US.
The city will use the Barco video wall as the cornerstone for its new $3.5m George L. Allen Traffic Management Center, to connect real-time traffic, utilities and public safety information into a centralised data management centre.
The Barco video wall will enable the city's traffic management operators to view and manage an interconnected array of municipal and freeway traffic cameras that capture and provide information into a single visualisation system.
CompView senior design engineer Jeff Kaylor said Garden Grove is the first city in Southern California to create a full-fibre backbone, allowing the company to maximise the outstanding image quality and resolution of the Barco video walls.
"We've always trusted Barco to provide a high-quality product and deliver what they promise with no exceptions when it comes to excellent performance and reliability," Kaylor added.
The video wall modules have helped the traffic management centre create a wide wall that displays live video from 37 cameras fixed across the city, ensuring the precise display of traffic and roadway information.
Garden Grove also has plans to connect the cameras of the California Department of Transportation located along the 22 Freeway.
CompView is an audio video and group communication technology integration firm, while Barco is a technology company that designs and develops visualisation products.