Video Wall Processor

At SEADA we specialise in the supply of Video Wall Processors.

Video Wall Processor is a device that forms an image and splits it into parts to be displayed on individual screens. Video wall controllers can be divided into groups:

Hardware-based Processors are electronic devices built for specific purpose. They usually are built on array of video processing chipsets and do not have operating system. The advantage of using hardware video wall Processors is high performance and reliability.

Software-based processor is a computer running Windows or Linux operating system that has special multiple-output graphic cards and video capture cards. These processors are usually built on industrial-grade chassis due to the reliability requirements of control rooms and situational centres. Due to its much higher cost, more complex and easier to break down comparing to Hardware based processors, less software based processors are being used nowadays.