Life Saving AV Solutions.
Lightware’s technologies and devices provide healthcare professionals with the right AV tools so they can focus on what’s truly important – saving lives and providing the best possible care.
Ultra-high resolution is needed
Latency is unacceptable
IT security is crucial
Users have no time to deal with controls
Uncompressed 4K60 signals
Zero Frame Latency
Enhanced security features
Simplified controls and automation features
In the world of medical applications for AV technologies, one pixel can mean a huge difference. Lightware’s uncompressed, pixel-perfect signal transmissions provide reliable and crystal clear picture quality can see what they have to see – in real time.
Beyond providing pixel-accurate imaginery for displays used in operating and ICU rooms, Lightware also brings best-in-class collaborations tools that help connect healthcare professionals within the ward, between wards, or, across different clinics all around the world.
Having the least possible distraction is crucial in healthcare applications, hence Lightware’s devices offer intuitive controls and enhanced automation features to make users life as easy as possible when it comes to interacting with technology.
Lightware also has a proven track record of providing state-of-the-art signal management solutions for medical institutions and universities where they support the development and everyday needs of the doctors of the future.
4K60 Pixel-accurate Delivery
Lightware devices offer uncompromising, pixel-perfect video signal delivery with resolutions up to 4K60 for the ultimate visual experience
For a complete peace of mind, Lightware devices come with enhanced redundancy capabilities to protect from unexpected signal loss
Lightware devices adhere to the latest IT security protocols and also come with HDCP support for complete peace of mind
Lightware’s widely renowned MX2 standalone matrix switchers come in an unparalleled range of sizes and connectivity standards including HDMI 2.0 and DisplayPort and also packed with useful features such as advanced audio capabilities.
With crosspoint sizes varying from small, 4x4 compact boxes all the way to a large 48x48 matrices, AV system designers of digital signage applications can easily find the right device for their needs.
Wards & ICU rooms
In this MEET SAM overview, we cover how Captus Systems used Lightware to solve the problem that Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center had with their video meeting rooms.
Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center did not have enough content inputs on their Cisco Webex Teams codec. They wanted to use the existing Cisco infrastructure in a simple, easy-to-use, cost-effective way, allowing for their people to operate these rooms hassle-free.