Megapixel VR’s OMNIS R1 provides aggregated, real-time health monitoring of large-scale video displays and distribution systems. One OMNIS R1 unit can monitor hundreds of LED processors on-premises or in the cloud with a single health map view. Combine multiple units via a cloud-based connection to access an on-demand centralized view of over one billion pixels from any location.
Notifications alert technical staff of system baseline deviations in real time.
Logging and tagging helps teams track and troubleshoot.
Active alerts create clear action items for on-site staff.
Centralize system monitoring to an experienced team.
Coordinate displays across continents.
Historical data informs site plans.
Rapid diagnosis tools built by techs for techs.
Synchronize large and varied systems.
Pinpoint alerts to minimize troubleshooting.
Monitor panels as they pass QC and be certain of the final product.
Review gear histories to ensure equipment gets the attention it needs.
Combine multiple units via a cloud-based connection to access an on-demand centralized view of over one billion pixels from any location from your device’s browser.
Health and thermal map views are available for all tiles connected to the display system, even when across multiple processors.
View signal integrity and status of all LED tiles including serial numbers, cable order, firmware versions, processor status, and input signal formats.
See “active” alerts for all connected devices and tiles in a tile map view as well as a searchable/sortable list.
All alerts are logged so the system can flag faults that aren’t visible to the eye.
OMNIS seamlessly integrates with a growing list of platforms including LED processors and tiles, AV networking equipment and projectors.
Monitor up to 200 LED processors and over a billion pixels on a single unit.
8 x 1G Ethernet ports (bridged) for device monitoring.
4 x 1G Ethernet ports isolated/bridged (configurable) with monitoring ports.
A robust Application Programming Interface (API) is available allowing for integration with external systems. The API exposes full control and monitoring of OMNIS via JSON-RPC over a REST-style interface.