Netvio (Stand CS608) professional AV signal distribution and control brand, supplying matrices, AVoIP products, extenders and software, will be exhibiting for the first time at ISE 2023 in the Discovery Zone (Stand CS608).

Showcasing a powerful hardware and software solutions, visitors to the stand will be able to get first-hand experience of the configuration software and control app. Netvio’s aim is to simplify what it styles as the sometimes-complex systems found in the CI sector. All hardware and software have been designed and developed with simplicity in mind.

The Netvio configuration software auto-discovers hardware within the system and the allows integrators to drag and drop displays, media sources and audio devices on the screen and draw AV connections, control paths for devices selecting from IR, RS-232, IP and CEC. Installers can then group displays into single or expanded zones and add custom images to area buttons in the Netvio app. Live demos will be run regularly throughout the duration of the show.

The maker says its Netvio control app, provides a high-quality end-user control experience for HDBaseT, AVoIP solutions. A full spectrum AV control platform using iOS, iPadOS and Android devices, Netvio control manages signal distribution, media sources, displays and audio devices via IR, RS-232, CEC & IP without dedicated control hardware. The app also uses an intuitive drag and drop motion to switch media sources. Using the JP4 AV over IP solution installers get the added benefit of full 1080p preview streaming directly to any device.

Phil Gibbs, Sales Director for Netvio, says, “ISE is the most important event to the AV industry both residentially and commercially. As a relatively new manufacturer we are privileged to be able to demonstrate our next level solutions to international customers for the first time. Netvio will be showing our matrix range, our new HDBaseT 3 Extender and our top of the range AV over IP solution, including the new dedicated plug’n’play AVoIP switch. We will also be running regular demonstrations of our configuration software, as well as our end-user control app.”

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