The Mitsubishi Display Wall System provides the TELUS GCNOC the ability and flexibility to monitor a variety of tool sets in one large canvas greatly enhancing the operational environment.
Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority – Washington, DC
DC-area transit authority joins efforts with police to build a security command center
Regional Transportation Commission – Nevada
Regional Transportation Commission of Southern Nevada upgrades their video wall with minimal downtime at significant cost savings – Mitsubishi LED Upgrade Engine key to the project
Marietta Power – Georgia
The Heartbeat of the City – How an award-winning municipal utility runs its control room.
COP-BH – Brazil
Rush Hour – Municipal command center helps City of Belo Horizonte handle ongoing growth.
Seattle DOT – Washington
Thinking Outside the Box-Advanced display wall technology crucial to Seattle’s intelligent traffic systems.
Folsom CA-ISO Headquarters – California
The centerpiece of Folsom CA-ISO Headquarters is a 7 foot high, 80-foot wide Mitsubishi Electric Video Wall
America Free Zone – Costa Rica
America Free Zone in Costa Rica chooses Mitsubishi Video Wall for 430-camera security setup
Morris County EOC – New Jersey
Mitsubishi and Activu team up to help New Jersey emergency center create real-time situational awareness.
United States Government (Maden Technologies)
A Mitsubishi MegaView™ Wall consisting of six 50” DLP® powered cubes displays information in this videoconference center and control room, integrated by Avitecture.
South Texas Electric Cooperative – Texas
Low cost of ownership and low maintenance make Mitsubishi the logical choice for South Texas Electrical Cooperative upgrade. Imtech upgrades the electric facility to a 4×3 of Mitsubishi 67″ displays.
NYPD Real Time Crime Center – New York, NY
The NYPD Real Time Crime Center utilizes sophisticated Activu® software and Mitsubishi Display Video wall cubes to analyze and combat crime.
News 14 Carolina – North Carolina
News 14 Carolina monitors news feeds and field reporting with Mitsubishi displays. The video wall display consists of two 67” Mitsubishi SXGA+Display Cubes with DLP® technology and two Mitsubishi 46” diagonal LCD monitors.
New Jersey Transit – New Jersey
Mitsubishi displays keep the trains rolling at New Jersey Transit. Activu installs 177 Mitsubishi cubes in the Rail Operations Center (ROC).
Nashville Electric Services (NES) – Nashville, TN
Mitsubishi display cubes’ life cycle cost, viewing angles, and impressive customer service convinced Mauell and NES that a Mitsubishi data wall were the best choice for optimum performance.
Combined Transportation, Emergency and Communications Center (CTECC) – Austin, TX
Mitsubishi displays powered by an Electrosonic VECTOR™ bring emergency management and transportation together in the Austin, Texas facility.
Boomtown Casino – Biloxi, MS
Boomtown Casino in Biloxi, MS selects Mitsubishi for surveillance monitoring system displays. Interstate Electronic Systems (IES) brings added dimension to the gaming facility’s security monitoring.