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1 February 22nd main agenda HMI products offering DisplayPort, industrial monitors portofolio updateBy Marco ZampolliIntroduction of AdvantechAVS Series ProductsBy Maurice van der Aa
2 Marco Zampolli HMI product sales manager firstname.lastname@example.org HMI products offering DisplayPort… the End of an Era, but Beginning of a New AgeWe are in next HMI generationImplementing the latest technologyRemembering our HMI knowledgeMarco ZampolliHMI product sales managerFebruary 2013
3 Video output technologies ConnectorPROCONSVGA1- Wide spread technology1- Old technology going to be phased outDVI1-Digital technology1- Connector big footprintHDMI2-Audio signal integrated1- No connector retentionDP(Display port)2-Connector retention3-Connector small footprint4-Longer distance w/o repeater5-Native in new architectures
4 Why displayport in industrial applications Digital technologyConnector retention1 cable for multimonitor connectionDiplayPortadvantagesConnector small foot printLonger distance w/o repeaterNative in new architectureRoyalty free
5 Technology trendAMD and Intel are going to phase out VGA output from their architecture by 2014.The already designed replacement is Display Port (AKA DP).INTRODUCTIONDisplayPort is a digital display interface developed by the Video Electronics Standards Association (VESA).The VESA specification is royalty-free. VESA designed it to replace VGA, DVI, and LVDS. Backward compatibility to VGA and DVI by using adapter dongles enables consumers to use DisplayPort fitted video sources without replacing existing display devices.Although DisplayPort has much of the same functionality as HDMI, it is expected to complement the interface, not replace it.MARKET SHAREFigures from IDC show that DisplayPort was on 5.1 percent of commercial desktops and 2.1 percent on commercial notebooks in However, they predict that the figure for commercial desktops will grow to 89.5 percent, and for commercial notebooks to 95 percent by 2014. The main factor behind this is the phase out of VGA, and that both Intel and AMD will also stop building products with low-voltage differential signaling (LVDS), by 2013.
6 Technology evolutionStarting from Sandy bridge mobile platform Intel introduced display port as native video output.Several Advantech products are/will be equipped with DP connectorUNO-2184G: Sandy BridgeAIMB-582: Ivy BridgePCE-5128: Haswell platformAIMB-784: Haswell platformASMB-584: Haswell platform
7 DP market nowadaysThanks to the small connector’s footprint up to 2 connectors can be placed on a LP PCI bracket.Example: Matrox M9128 LP PCIe x16Graphical cardsIntel latest mobile chipset are equipped with DP.No conversion is needed.Example: Advantech UNO-2184GEmbedded PCs
8 Matrox lineupMatrox is using DP more and more in his product line…
9 Advantech product portfolio Advantech already introduced DP in its FPM-51x2G series since JuneBeside the standard version (FPM-5xx1G series) offering VGA and DVI inputs, Advantech is offering Display port solution.Same features just different input optionsLCD SIZEVGA+DVI inputDP input15”FPM-5151G-R3BEFPM-5152G-R2AE17”FPM-5171G-R3BEFPM-5172G-R2AE19”FPM-5191G-R3BEFPM-5192G-R2AEIMPORTANTPrices between 51G and 52G series will be aligned
11 FPM-51x1G vs FPM-51x2G I/O FPM-51x1G series FPM-51x2G series InputDPVGA/DVITSUSB 2.0USB/RS232
12 FPM-51x1G revision change New revision for FPM-51x1G seriesR3AE to R3BEOnly modification is backlight:Backlight technology is going to be phase out by main backlight manufacturerNew revision is using LED backlight technologyLCD SIZEA versionB version15”FPM-5151G-R3AEFPM-5152G-R3BE17”FPM-5171G-R3AEFPM-5172G-R3BE19”FPM-5191G-R3AEFPM-5192G-R3BE
13 Competition analysis-Industrial monitors IFP1500IFP1900IFP2200SIMATIC seriesPNList priceDifference %SIMATIC IFP15001,075 €+41%SIMATIC IFP19001,225 €+45%SIMATIC IFP22001,550 €N/ADP standard is becoming more and more common in consumer market.Industrial market is moving towards this technology, few competitors are offering this solution.Advantech is ready to offer latest technology
14 New wide industrial monitor series FPM-7xx1W-WP Features18.5” 21.5" Industrial Monitor with Projected Capacitive TouchscreenTruly-flat touch screen with IP65 complianceSlim type design for Panel mount / Wall mount easy installationSupports industrial 24VDC power inputSupports panel, wall, desktop and VESA arm mountingPNDescriptionFPM-7181W-P3AE18.5" WXGA Ind Monitor w/PCT TS (RS-232, USB)FPM-7211W-P3AE21.5" Full HD Ind Monitor w/PCT TS (RS-232, USB)MP18,5”-> April 201321,5”-> April 2013
15 When embedded fanless CPU power is not enough…. Even if we are always talking about Intel I series,There are 2 familiesMobile platformLess powerfullCan be fanlessDesktop platformMore powerfulMust be cooled with fanVGADVIDP
16 Touchscreen technology ResistiveMultitouch Projected-capacitiveMultitouch is becoming required also in industrial applicationProjected-capacitive technology allows to use a hardened glassMost of the SCADA are now supporting Multitouch gestureZenon, Win-CC, Wonderware, Iconics, Movicon- Projected-capacitive can be used also with thin gloves
18 And control rooms ITS main control management rooms Air traffic control roomsSubstation control roomsAre just examples…
19 FPM-2xxx: entry level industrial monitor-4:3- FPM-2120G: 12’’ monitor with resistive TSFPM-2150G: 15’’ monitor with resistive TSFPM-2170G: 17’’ monitor with resistive TSSame design asTPC 50/51/71series12”-> March201315”-> Q2 end 201317”->March 2013Specifications: Anti-reflective screen with tempered glass Supports Panel, Wall, Desktop, Rack or VESA arm mounting Front Panel NEMA4/IP65 Compliant Combo RS-232 & USB interface for touchscreen function
20 Layout front & rear FPM-2k series Input VGAInput 12VDCPSU included
25 Maurice van der Aa Product Sales Manager Introduction of AdvantechAVS Series ProductsMaurice van der AaProduct Sales Manager
26 Agenda Introduction of Video wall Matrox Mura MPX Product introduction Advantech AVS & Value PropositionAVS Product overview & CompetitorsExamplesFAQ & Naming RuleRoadmapQ & A
27 Introduction of Video wall Video Wall Simplified DefinitionOne large specialized display or an array of N x M displays organized as one large visualization surface.Video Wall Controller DefinitionThe device that lets you capture, manipulate, and manage the content displayed on your Video Wall.NVideo Wall ControllerN x MVideo WallM
28 Introduction of Video wall 1. Video Wall Controller with Inputs & Outputs Capturing video contents and display them on a video wall, such as control rooms, command centers, digital signage, Public Information System (PIS). 2. Video Wall Controller with Outputs Only Simply displaying contents on a video wall such as stage backgrounds.Video Wall ControllerVideo OutputsVideo InputsVideo Wall ControllerVideo Outputs
30 Matrox Mura MPX Product Introduction 1. Full Duplex PCI-Express Gen2 bandwidth. 2. First architecture to combine INPUT and OUPUT channels on the same HD cards. 3. Provide load balancing options for unparalleled HD captured stream performance. 4. Support HDCP. 5. Network API for remotely controlling the video wall. 6. Long life.MPX 4/0: 4 HD OutputsMPX 4/2: 4 HD Outputs plus 2 HD InputsMPX 4/4: 4 HD Outputs plus 4 HD Inputs(a market-leading 8 HD channels per card!!!)MPX SDI: 2 HD Outputs plus 2 Native 3G SDI InputsMPX VID16: 16 Standard Definition InputsMPX VID8: 8 Standard Definition Inputs
31 Mura Inputs Universal Inputs Each Mura MPX card has one or two high density (KX-20) connectors.Matrox breakout cables from KX-20 to 4x DVI-I includedInput either DVI, VGA, Component, Composite or S-VideoAdapters sold separatelyComposite Video Input8 or 16 input on one boardSDI Input2 SDI inputs on one boardCompositeS-videoComponentVGA
32 Matrox Mura Control for Windows Take control of your Video Wall Layout ManagementCreate, save, copy and delete layoutsPosition streaming windows anywhere on the wallMap source to multiple streaming windows of same or different sizesSupports picture in picture configurationSwitch between layouts with a single clickControl background colourCreate scrolling text across entire video wall
33 Matrox MuraControl for Windows Source ManagementNaming of sourcesRotation of source (90°, 180°, and 270°.Cropping sourceSource specific hue, saturation, brightness, and contrastcorrection
34 MURA Control for iPad Manage your wall remotely Drag and drop sources to create lay outsScale sourcesSwitch between lay outsFree to download from App Store
36 What is Advantech AVS Series Product Introduction1. AVS series are pre-configured systems for video wall applications.2. AVS series feature Matrox Mura MPX compatibility, industrial reliability and value-added services to system integrators.3. AVS series are able to carry multiple Matrox Mura MPX and bringtheir capabilities into full play.
37 What is Advantech AVS Series Product Features: 1. Matrox Mura MPX Compatibility: Validated by Matrox. 2. Industrial Reliability: 0 ~ 40°C Operating Temperature. 3. CE/FCC & UL/CB Certifications: Certified with Mura MPX. 4. Longevity & Extended Warranty: 5~7 years life cycle plus Maximum 5 years warranty. Matrox products have 3 year warranty 5. Manageability: Remotely monitor and control the system.
38 AVS Series Value Proposition Value Proposition By S.I.’s Value ChainDesign The Video WallInstall The Video WallService & MaintenanceMura MPXCompatibilityCE/FCC, UL/CBCertifiedSystem IntegrationServiceLongevity & RevisionControlRemote ManageabilityAVS are validated by Matrox, no worry for compatibility and reliability issue, AVS can shorten S.I.’s design in phase.Advantech CTOS service (AVS + Mura + OS/Software) reduces S.I.’s assembly & test efforts.Longevity & extended warranty make S.I.’s after-sale-service easier, remote management reduces S.I.’s on-site maintenance effort.
40 AVS Series Products Comparison Table ItemAVS-240AVS-290AVS-540AVS-541Phase-inAvailable NowMarch 2013September 2013Form-Factor4U Rack MountWall Mount/DesktopMura MPX Support2 Mura MPX-4/X1 Mura MPX-V8/V16/SDI5 Mura MPX-4/X11 Mura MPX-V8/V16/SDIVideo Outputs8 Digital/Analog +2 SDI8 Digital/Analog20 Digital/Analog20 Digital/Analog +22 SDIVideo Inputs16 Analog or 2 SDI176 Analog or 22 SDICPUXeon E5 2400Xeon E3 1200Xeon E5 2600Xeon E3 1200V2Memory96GB, ECC & REG32GB, ECC16GB, ECCExpansion(Blue for Mura)1 PCIe x 16 (4/X)1 PCIe x 8 (4/X)1 PCIe x 4 (V8/V16/SDI)1 PCIe x 12 PCI1 PCIe x 16(or 2 PCIe x 8) (4/X)1 PCIe x 43 PCI2 PCIe x 16(or 4 PCIe x 8) (4/X)1PCI5 PCIe x 8 (4/X)11 PCIe x 4 (V8/V16/SDI)LAN24ManageabilityIPMI 2.0/SUSIAccessiAMT/SUSIAccessOperation Temperature0~40。C
41 AVS-240 Product Introduction Specification5.25” Drive BayForm-Factor: 4U Rack MountMura Support: 2 Mura MPX-4/X, 1 Mura MPX-V8/V16/SDIVideo Outputs: 8 Digital/Analog + 2 SDIVideo Inputs: 8 Digital/Analog + 16 Analog or 2 SDIProcessor: Intel® Xeon® E up to 8C/16TMemory: DDR3 1333/1600 MHz up to 96GB5.25” Drive Bay: 3 External3.5” Drive Bay: 1 ExternalRemote Management: IPMI, SUSIAccessPSU: 500W 80 Plus Single Power SupplyDual GbE LANs3.5” Drive Bay80 Plus 500W PSUIPMI PortDual LANs1 Mura MPX-V8/V16/SDI2 Mura MPX-4/X
42 AVS-290 Product Introduction Front ViewSpecificationForm-Factor: Wall Mount/DesktopMura Support: 2 Mura MPX-4/XVideo Outputs: 8 Digital/AnalogVideo Inputs: 8 Digital/AnalogProcessor: Intel® Xeon® E up to 4C/8TMemory: DDR MHz up to 32GB5.25” Drive Bay: 1 External3.5” Drive Bays: 2 Removable, 1 InternalRemote Management: IPMI, SUSIAccessPSU: 400W 80 Plus Single Power SupplyQuad GbE LANs2 Mura MPX-4/XQuad LANs80 Plus 400W PSU
43 AVS-540 Product Introduction Specification5.25” Drive BayForm-Factor: 4U Rack MountMura Support: 5 Mura MPX-4/XVideo Outputs: 20 Digital/AnalogVideo Inputs: 20 Digital/AnalogProcessor: Intel® Xeon® E up to 8C/16TMemory: DDR3 1333/1600 MHz up to 96GB5.25” Drive Bay: 3 External3.5” Drive Bay: 1 ExternalRemote Management: IPMI, SUSIAccessPSU: 700W 80 Plus Single Power SupplyDual GbE LANs3.5” Drive Bay80 Plus 700W PSUIPMI PortDual LANs5 Mura MPX-4/X
44 AVS-541 Product Introduction Front ViewSpecificationForm-Factor: 4U Rack MountMura Support: 5 Mura MPX-4/X, 11 Mura MPX-V8/V16/SDIVideo Outputs: 20 Digital/Analog + 22 SDIVideo Inputs: 20 Digital/Analog Analog or 22SDIProcessor: Intel® Xeon® E3 1200V2 up to 4C/8TMemory: DDR MHz up to 16GB5.25” Drive Bay: 3 External3.5” Drive Bay: 1 External, 1 InternalRemote Management: iAMT, SUSIAccessPSU: 810W Front Accessible 3+1 Redundant PSUDual GbE LANsRear ViewOrdering Information11 Mura MPX-V8/V16/SDIAdvantech P/NDescriptionAVS A1E4U Rackmount Xeon E3-1200V2 Video Wall Controller Supporting Matrox Mura MPXN001Cooler for Xeon E3-1200V2 series CPU with TDP Up To 95WDual LANs5 Mura MPX-4/X
45 Flexible Configuration Competitor AnalysisItemAdvantech + MatroxDatapathBarcoJupiterOfferingVideo Wall Controllers3rd Party SoftwareVideo CardsMB/ChassisOwn-brand SoftwareMBDisplays (DLP, LCD)Control Room ServicesMax. Outputs2064288120FlexibilityFlexible ConfigurationFixed ConfigurationPriceMediumMedium to LowVery HighHighSys. Op. Temp.0~40°C0~35°CHD CapabilityExcellent HD PerformanceNormal HD PerformanceGood HD PerformanceStrengthHigh performance/cost ratio.Flexibility for all demands.Using latest CPU technology.Industrial Reliability.Cost effective.Medium wall Capability.High performance.Big Wall Capability.Vertically Integrated SolutionGood performance.WeakNo big wall capability.Note1Need 3rd party S/W. Note2Lower HD performance.No validated chassis, PSU.Previous generation CPU.Expensive for mid/small wall.No flexibility configuration.Note 1: New 40 outputs solution will be available in QNote 2: Matrox partner can support buying 3rd party S/W and S/W after sale service.
47 “In Mura MPX, we found exactly the type of powerful, yet cost-effective solution we were looking for.”-Chris DoddsManaging Director,The P.A. PeopleInstallation in 2012 F1 Australian Grand Prix race control roomIntegrated by The P.A. People12 Samsung 460UX monitors in a 6x2 configurationPowered by three Mura MPX-4/4 and two MPX-V16s10 universal inputs and 32 composite video feeds displayedAll controlled via the Mura Network API
49 FAQ1. What’s the difference between Matrox Mura cards and nVIDIA, ATi graphics cards? <Answer> Mura features not only output but also INPUT capabilities, it can also flexibly move, scale or organize captured videos on the wall. Commercial graphics cards are only good at local rendering, multiple outputs (< 8 outputs), not suitable for control room applications. 2. What’s the difference between NVR, DVR and video wall controller? <Answer> NVR, DVR are to capture, encode and store video data, they are used in surveillance systems. Video wall controllers is to capture videos and real-timely, flexibly display them on the wall, it is used in control rooms or command centers.
50 FAQ3. What’s the difference between Matrox Mura cards and Advantech DSP cards? <Answer> Advantech DSP card features video processing capabilities such as encoding, decoding or manipulating video data; Mura card features video input, output capabilities without involving encoding or decoding. It requires strong capability to port DSP card S/W (only K.A. can do) but Mura card has complete off the shelf S/Ws, so even small S.I. can use Mura card solutions.
51 Naming Rule for AVS Series Products AVS A1EAVS-abc-deA1E - AVS: Prefix for Advantech Video Wall Controllers - a: Video wall size, 2 for less than 8 cubes, 5 for 9~20 cubes, 8 for more than 21 cubes. - b: Chassis form factor, 2 for 2U, 4 for 4U, 5 for 5 U, 9 for wall mount. - c: Serial number, 0~9. - de: Reserved, default is A1: for revision. - E: for RoHS compliant.