MA Lighting will be exhibiting at the upcoming ISE (Integrated Systems Europe) in Amsterdam’s RAI. You are welcome to visit us there at booth 7-W218 starting from 9th till 12th February.
MA Lighting system integration The centre of the MA booth will represent the integration of a lighting system, consisting of MA product solutions all connected via the MA Network Switch. It showcases the powerful processing level which is the performance, reliability and scalability level of each MA Lighting system combining network and video processing and replay products. Also on display is the unique distribution level showcasing a range of MA network nodes which feature network-wide frame-synchronous DMX output. The fully featured grandMA2 console and more compact dot2 console are also featured to represent the control element of the lighting system.
Theatre venue scenario with grandMA2 and dot2 integration All components are configured as a typical scenario in e.g. a theatre venue environment– with the grandMA2 acting as the main control for the main stage. The dot2 acts as a portable lighting control. This can be a local show controller for a bar and integrated easily with the house lighting.
Integration into building automation The MA booth also shows the easy and seamless integration of the MA lighting system into a building automation system via standard lighting protocols. MA provides the reliable backbone infrastructure for the show lighting while still controlling parts of the audience lights, work lights or blue lights as well. All integrated into the grandMA2 environment, says using the visualization capabilities as well as the video integration for absolute integrated show control.
Our specialists will be on-hand to give you detailed information about how easy but also how powerful the integration of show-lighting control for the entertainment business is with the help of MA product solutions.
By using this voucher code 705856 you can register for ISE for free here: www.iseurope.org
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