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Report
February 22nd main agenda
3.00-3.30
HMI products offering DisplayPort, industrial monitors portofolio update
By Marco Zampolli
3.30-4.00
Introduction of AdvantechAVS Series Products
By Maurice van der Aa
HMI products offering
DisplayPort…
the End of an Era, but Beginning of a New Age
We are in next HMI generation
1. Implementing the latest technology
2. Remembering our HMI knowledge
February 2013
Marco Zampolli
HMI product sales manager
[email protected]
Video output technologies
Connector
PRO
CONS
VGA
1- Wide spread technology
1- Old technology going to
be phased out
DVI
1-Digital technology
1- Connector big footprint
1-Digital technology
2-Audio signal integrated
1- No connector retention
HDMI
DP
(Display port)
1-Digital technology
2-Connector retention
3-Connector small footprint
4-Longer distance w/o
repeater
5-Native in new architectures
Why displayport in industrial applications
Digital technology
Connector retention
1 cable for multimonitor connection
DiplayPort
advantages
Connector small foot print
Longer distance w/o repeater
Native in new architecture
Royalty free
Technology trend
AMD and Intel are going to phase out VGA output from their
architecture by 2014.
The already designed replacement is Display Port (AKA DP).
INTRODUCTION
DisplayPort is a digital display interface developed by the Video Electronics Standards Association
(VESA).
The VESA specification is royalty-free. VESA designed it to replace VGA, DVI, and LVDS. Backward
compatibility to VGA and DVI by using adapter dongles enables consumers to use DisplayPort fitted
video sources without replacing existing display devices.
Although DisplayPort has much of the same functionality as HDMI, it is expected to
complement the interface, not replace it.
MARKET SHARE
Figures from IDC show that DisplayPort was on 5.1 percent of commercial desktops and 2.1 percent on
commercial notebooks in 2009. However, they predict that the figure for commercial desktops will grow
to 89.5 percent, and for commercial notebooks to 95 percent by 2014.[29] The main factor behind this is
the phase out of VGA, and that both Intel and AMD will also stop building products with low-voltage
differential signaling (LVDS), by 2013.
Technology evolution
Starting from Sandy bridge mobile platform Intel introduced display port as native video output.
Several Advantech products are/will be equipped with DP connector
UNO-2184G: Sandy Bridge
AIMB-582: Ivy Bridge
PCE-5128: Haswell platform
AIMB-784: Haswell platform
ASMB-584: Haswell platform
DP market nowadays
Graphical cards
Thanks to the small connector’s footprint up to 2
connectors can be placed on a LP PCI bracket.
Example: Matrox M9128 LP PCIe x16
Embedded PCs
Intel latest mobile chipset are equipped with DP.
No conversion is needed.
Example: Advantech UNO-2184G
Matrox lineup
Matrox is using DP more and more in his product line…
Advantech product portfolio
Advantech already introduced DP in its FPM-51x2G series since June 2012 .
Beside the standard version (FPM-5xx1G series) offering VGA and DVI inputs, Advantech is
offering Display port solution.
Same features just different input options
LCD SIZE
VGA+DVI input
DP input
15”
FPM-5151G-R3BE
FPM-5152G-R2AE
17”
FPM-5171G-R3BE
FPM-5172G-R2AE
19”
FPM-5191G-R3BE
FPM-5192G-R2AE
IMPORTANT
Prices between 51G and 52G series will be aligned
Product details
FPM-51x1G vs FPM-51x2G I/O
FPM-51x2G series
FPM-51x1G series
52G series
Input
TS
51G series
DP
VGA/DVI
USB 2.0
USB/RS232
FPM-51x1G revision change
New revision for FPM-51x1G series
R3AE to R3BE
Only modification is backlight:
Backlight technology is going to be phase out by main backlight manufacturer
New revision is using LED backlight technology
LCD SIZE
A version
B version
15”
FPM-5151G-R3AE
FPM-5152G-R3BE
17”
FPM-5171G-R3AE
FPM-5172G-R3BE
19”
FPM-5191G-R3AE
FPM-5192G-R3BE
Competition analysis-Industrial monitors
IFP1500
IFP1900
IFP2200
SIMATIC series
PN
List price
Difference %
SIMATIC IFP1500
1,075 €
+41%
SIMATIC IFP1900
1,225 €
+45%
SIMATIC IFP2200
1,550 €
N/A
DP standard is becoming more and more common in consumer market.
Industrial market is moving towards this technology, few competitors are offering this solution.
Advantech is ready to offer latest technology
New wide industrial monitor series
FPM-7xx1W-WP
Features
18.5” 21.5" Industrial Monitor with Projected
Capacitive Touchscreen
• Truly-flat touch screen with IP65 compliance
• Slim type design for Panel mount / Wall mount easy
installation
• Supports industrial 24VDC power input
• Supports panel, wall, desktop and VESA arm
mounting
PN
Description
FPM-7181W-P3AE
18.5" WXGA Ind Monitor w/PCT TS (RS-232, USB)
FPM-7211W-P3AE
21.5" Full HD Ind Monitor w/PCT TS (RS-232, USB)
MP
18,5”-> April 2013
21,5”-> April 2013
When embedded fanless
CPU power is not enough….
Even if we are always talking about Intel I series,
There are 2 families
Mobile platform
Desktop platform
Less powerfull
Can be fanless
More powerful
Must be cooled with fan
VGA
DVI
DP
Touchscreen technology
Multitouch Projected-capacitive
-Projected-capacitive technology allows to use a hardened glass
-Most of the SCADA are now supporting Multitouch gesture
-Zenon, Win-CC, Wonderware, Iconics, Movicon
- Projected-capacitive can be used also with thin gloves
Resistive
Multitouch is
becoming required
also in industrial
application
Application examples
And control rooms
FPM-2xxx: entry level industrial monitor-4:3FPM-2120G: 12’’ monitor with resistive TS
FPM-2150G: 15’’ monitor with resistive TS
FPM-2170G: 17’’ monitor with resistive TS
Same design as
TPC 50/51/71
series
Specifications:
•ƒAnti-reflective screen with tempered glass
•ƒSupports Panel, Wall, Desktop, Rack or VESA arm mounting
•ƒFront Panel NEMA4/IP65 Compliant
•ƒCombo RS-232 & USB interface for touchscreen function
12”-> March2013
15”-> Q2 end 2013
17”->March 2013
Layout front & rear FPM-2k series
Input VGA
Input 12VDC
PSU included
Automation industrial monitor
FPM series
Slim and Compact Design
Where TPC CPU in not enough and we need to add a separate PC
6 cm
Questionnaire
Questionnaire Advantech AVS & New Display Port
Webinar dated 22 Februari 2013 - Google Drive
Questions ?
Introduction of Advantech
AVS Series Products
Maurice van der Aa
Product Sales Manager
Agenda
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Introduction of Video wall
Matrox Mura MPX Product introduction
Advantech AVS & Value Proposition
AVS Product overview & Competitors
Examples
FAQ & Naming Rule
Roadmap
Q&A
Introduction of Video wall
• Video Wall Simplified Definition
One large specialized display or an array of N x M displays
organized as one large visualization surface.
• Video Wall Controller Definition
The device that lets you capture, manipulate, and manage the
content displayed on your Video Wall.
N
Video Wall
Controller
M
NxM
Video Wall
Introduction of Video wall
1. Video Wall Controller with Inputs & Outputs
Capturing video contents and display them on a video wall,
such as control rooms, command centers, digital signage, Public
Information System (PIS).
Video Wall
Controller
Video
Outputs
Video
Inputs
2. Video Wall Controller with Outputs Only
Simply displaying contents on a video wall such as
stage backgrounds.
Video
Outputs
Video Wall
Controller
Matrox Mura MPX Product introduction
Matrox Mura MPX Product Introduction
1. Full Duplex PCI-Express Gen2 bandwidth.
2. First architecture to combine INPUT and OUPUT channels on the same HD cards.
3. Provide load balancing options for unparalleled HD captured stream performance.
4. Support HDCP.
5. Network API for remotely controlling the video wall.
6. Long life.
MPX 4/0: 4 HD Outputs
MPX SDI: 2 HD Outputs plus 2 Native 3G SDI Inputs
MPX VID16: 16 Standard Definition Inputs
MPX 4/2: 4 HD Outputs plus 2 HD Inputs
MPX 4/4: 4 HD Outputs plus 4 HD Inputs
(a market-leading 8 HD channels per card!!!)
MPX VID8: 8 Standard Definition Inputs
Mura Inputs
Universal Inputs
• Each Mura MPX card has one or two high density (KX-20)
connectors.
• Matrox breakout cables from KX-20 to 4x DVI-I included
• Input either DVI, VGA, Component, Composite or S-Video
• Adapters sold separately
Composite Video Input
• 8 or 16 input on one board
SDI Input
• 2 SDI inputs on one board
Composite
S-video
Component
VGA
Matrox Mura Control for Windows
Take control of your Video Wall
Layout Management
•Create, save, copy and delete layouts
• Position streaming windows anywhere on the wall
• Map source to multiple streaming windows of same or
different sizes
• Supports picture in picture configuration
• Switch between layouts
with a single click
• Control background
colour
• Create scrolling text
across entire video wall
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Matrox MuraControl for Windows
Source Management
•Naming of sources
•Rotation of source (90°, 180°, and 270°.
•Cropping source
•Source specific hue, saturation,
brightness, and contrast
correction
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MURA Control for iPad
Manage your wall remotely
• Drag and drop sources to create lay outs
• Scale sources
• Switch between lay outs
Free to
download
from App
Store
What is Advantech AVS Series?
What is Advantech AVS Series
• Product Introduction
1. AVS series are pre-configured systems for video wall applications.
2. AVS series feature Matrox Mura MPX compatibility, industrial
reliability and value-added services to system integrators.
3. AVS series are able to carry multiple Matrox Mura MPX and bring
their capabilities into full play.
What is Advantech AVS Series
Product Features:
1. Matrox Mura MPX Compatibility: Validated by Matrox.
2. Industrial Reliability: 0 ~ 40°C Operating Temperature.
3. CE/FCC & UL/CB Certifications: Certified with Mura MPX.
4. Longevity & Extended Warranty: 5~7 years life cycle plus Maximum 5
years warranty. Matrox products have 3 year warranty
5. Manageability: Remotely monitor and control the system.
AVS Series Value Proposition
• Value Proposition By S.I.’s Value Chain
• Mura MPX
Compatibility
• CE/FCC, UL/CB
Certified
Design The
Video Wall
AVS are validated by
Matrox, no worry for
compatibility and
reliability issue, AVS
can shorten S.I.’s
design in phase.
• System Integration
Service
Install The
Video Wall
Advantech CTOS service
(AVS + Mura +
OS/Software) reduces
S.I.’s assembly & test
efforts.
• Longevity & Revision
Control
• Remote Manageability
Service &
Maintenance
Longevity & extended
warranty make S.I.’s aftersale-service easier, remote
management reduces S.I.’s
on-site maintenance effort.
AVS Product overview
AVS Series Products Comparison Table
Item
AVS-240
AVS-290
AVS-540
AVS-541
Phase-in
Available Now
Available Now
March 2013
September 2013
Form-Factor
4U Rack Mount
Wall Mount/Desktop
4U Rack Mount
4U Rack Mount
Mura MPX
2 Mura MPX-4/X
Support
1 Mura MPX-V8/V16/SDI
2 Mura MPX-4/X
5 Mura MPX-4/X
8 Digital/Analog
20 Digital/Analog
8 Digital/Analog
20 Digital/Analog
Video Outputs
Video Inputs
8 Digital/Analog +
2 SDI
8 Digital/Analog +
16 Analog or 2 SDI
5 Mura MPX-4/X
11 Mura MPX-V8/V16/SDI
20 Digital/Analog +
22 SDI
20 Digital/Analog +
176 Analog or 22 SDI
CPU
Xeon E5 2400
Xeon E3 1200
Xeon E5 2600
Xeon E3 1200V2
Memory
96GB, ECC & REG
32GB, ECC
96GB, ECC & REG
16GB, ECC
1 PCIe x 16 (4/X)
1 PCIe x 16
2 PCIe x 16
1 PCIe x 8 (4/X)
(or 2 PCIe x 8) (4/X)
(or 4 PCIe x 8) (4/X)
1 PCIe x 4 (V8/V16/SDI)
1 PCIe x 4
1 PCIe x 8 (4/X)
1 PCIe x 1
1 PCIe x 1
1 PCIe x 4
2 PCI
3 PCI
1PCI
LAN
2
4
2
2
Manageability
IPMI 2.0/SUSIAccess
IPMI 2.0/SUSIAccess
IPMI 2.0/SUSIAccess
iAMT/SUSIAccess
0~40。C
0~40。C
0~40。C
0~40。C
Expansion
(Blue for Mura)
Operation
Temperature
5 PCIe x 8 (4/X)
11 PCIe x 4 (V8/V16/SDI)
AVS-240 Product Introduction
5.25” Drive Bay
3.5” Drive Bay
80 Plus
500W PSU
IPMI Port
Dual LANs
1 Mura MPX-V8/V16/SDI
2 Mura MPX-4/X
Specification
• Form-Factor: 4U Rack Mount
• Mura Support: 2 Mura MPX-4/X, 1 Mura MPXV8/V16/SDI
• Video Outputs: 8 Digital/Analog + 2 SDI
• Video Inputs: 8 Digital/Analog + 16 Analog or 2 SDI
• Processor: Intel® Xeon® E5 2400 up to 8C/16T
• Memory: DDR3 1333/1600 MHz up to 96GB
• 5.25” Drive Bay: 3 External
• 3.5” Drive Bay: 1 External
• Remote Management: IPMI, SUSIAccess
• PSU: 500W 80 Plus Single Power Supply
• Dual GbE LANs
AVS-290 Product Introduction
Front View
Specification
• Form-Factor: Wall Mount/Desktop
• Mura Support: 2 Mura MPX-4/X
• Video Outputs: 8 Digital/Analog
• Video Inputs: 8 Digital/Analog
• Processor: Intel® Xeon® E3 1200 up to 4C/8T
• Memory: DDR3 1333 MHz up to 32GB
• 5.25” Drive Bay: 1 External
• 3.5” Drive Bays: 2 Removable, 1 Internal
• Remote Management: IPMI, SUSIAccess
• PSU: 400W 80 Plus Single Power Supply
• Quad GbE LANs
2 Mura MPX-4/X
Quad LANs
80 Plus
400W PSU
AVS-540 Product Introduction
5.25” Drive Bay
3.5” Drive Bay
80 Plus
700W PSU
IPMI Port
Dual LANs
5 Mura MPX-4/X
Specification
• Form-Factor: 4U Rack Mount
• Mura Support: 5 Mura MPX-4/X
• Video Outputs: 20 Digital/Analog
• Video Inputs: 20 Digital/Analog
• Processor: Intel® Xeon® E5 2600 up to 8C/16T
• Memory: DDR3 1333/1600 MHz up to 96GB
• 5.25” Drive Bay: 3 External
• 3.5” Drive Bay: 1 External
• Remote Management: IPMI, SUSIAccess
• PSU: 700W 80 Plus Single Power Supply
• Dual GbE LANs
AVS-541 Product Introduction
Front View
Specification
Rear View
• Form-Factor: 4U Rack Mount
• Mura Support: 5 Mura MPX-4/X, 11 Mura MPXV8/V16/SDI
• Video Outputs: 20 Digital/Analog + 22 SDI
• Video Inputs: 20 Digital/Analog + 176 Analog or 22
SDI
• Processor: Intel® Xeon® E3 1200V2 up to 4C/8T
• Memory: DDR3 1333 MHz up to 16GB
• 5.25” Drive Bay: 3 External
• 3.5” Drive Bay: 1 External, 1 Internal
• Remote Management: iAMT, SUSIAccess
• PSU: 810W Front Accessible 3+1 Redundant PSU
• Dual GbE LANs
Ordering Information
11 Mura MPX-V8/V16/SDI
Dual LANs
5 Mura MPX-4/X
Advantech P/N
Description
AVS-541-00A1E
4U Rackmount Xeon E3-1200V2 Video Wall Controller
Supporting 5 +11 Matrox Mura MPX
1960047831N001
Cooler for Xeon E3-1200V2 series CPU with TDP Up To
95W
Competitor Analysis
Item
Offering
Max.
Advantech + Matrox
Datapath
Barco
Jupiter
Video Wall Controllers
Video Wall Controllers
Video Wall Controllers
Video Wall Controllers
3rd
Own-brand Software
Own-brand Software
Own-brand Software
Video Cards
Video Cards
Displays (DLP, LCD)
MB/Chassis
MB
Control Room Services
Party Software
20
64
288
120
Flexibility
Flexible Configuration
Flexible Configuration
Fixed Configuration
Fixed Configuration
Price
Medium
Medium to Low
Very High
High
0~40°C
0~35°C
0~35°C
0~40°C
Outputs
Sys. Op.
Temp.
HD
Capability
Excellent HD Performance
High performance/cost ratio.
Strength
Flexibility for all demands.
Using latest CPU technology.
Industrial Reliability.
Weak
No big wall capability.Note1
Need 3rd party S/W. Note2
Normal HD Performance
Excellent HD Performance
Good HD Performance
Cost effective.
High performance.
Good performance.
Medium wall Capability.
Big Wall Capability.
Big Wall Capability.
Flexibility for all demands.
Vertically Integrated Solution
Industrial Reliability.
Lower HD performance.
Expensive for mid/small wall.
Expensive for mid/small wall.
No validated chassis, PSU.
No flexibility configuration.
No flexibility configuration.
Previous generation CPU.
Previous generation CPU.
Previous generation CPU.
Note 1: New 40 outputs solution will be available in Q3 2013.
Note 2: Matrox partner can support buying 3rd party S/W and S/W after sale service.
Examples
“In Mura MPX, we
found exactly the
type of powerful,
yet cost-effective
solution we were
looking for.”
-Chris Dodds
Managing Director,
The P.A. People
Installation in 2012 F1 Australian Grand Prix race control room
Integrated by The P.A. People
12 Samsung 460UX monitors in a 6x2 configuration
Powered by three Mura MPX-4/4 and two MPX-V16s
10 universal inputs and 32 composite video feeds displayed
All controlled via the Mura Network API
FAQ & Naming Rule
FAQ
1. What’s the difference between Matrox Mura cards and nVIDIA, ATi
graphics cards?
<Answer> Mura features not only output but also INPUT capabilities, it
can also flexibly move, scale or organize captured videos on the wall.
Commercial graphics cards are only good at local rendering, multiple
outputs (< 8 outputs), not suitable for control room applications.
2. What’s the difference between NVR, DVR and video wall controller?
<Answer> NVR, DVR are to capture, encode and store video data, they
are used in surveillance systems. Video wall controllers is to capture
videos and real-timely, flexibly display them on the wall, it is used in
control rooms or command centers.
FAQ
3. What’s the difference between Matrox Mura cards and Advantech
DSP cards?
<Answer> Advantech DSP card features video processing capabilities
such as encoding, decoding or manipulating video data; Mura card
features video input, output capabilities without involving encoding or
decoding. It requires strong capability to port DSP card S/W (only K.A.
can do) but Mura card has complete off the shelf S/Ws, so even small
S.I. can use Mura card solutions.
Naming Rule for AVS Series Products
• AVS-540-00A1E
AVS-abc-deA1E
- AVS: Prefix for Advantech Video Wall Controllers
- a: Video wall size, 2 for less than 8 cubes, 5 for 9~20 cubes, 8 for more
than 21 cubes.
- b: Chassis form factor, 2 for 2U, 4 for 4U, 5 for 5 U, 9 for wall mount.
- c: Serial number, 0~9.
- de: Reserved, default is 00.
- A1: for revision.
- E: for RoHS compliant.
Roadmap
AVS Series Products Roadmap
Available
Developing
Planning
Conceptual
40-Output
AVS-840
•4U System
•Supported 10 Mura MPX-4/X
•Outputs:40 Digital/Analog
• Inputs: 40 Digital/Analog
•Intel® Xeon E3 series
•3*External 5.25” HDD + 1 external 3.5” HDD,
1 internal 3.5” HDD
20-Output
AVS-541
AVS-540
•4U System
•Supported 5 Mura MPX-4/X
•Outputs:20 Digital/Analog
• Inputs: 20 Digital/Analog
•Intel® Xeon® E5 2600 series
•3*External 5.25” HDD + 1* External 3.5” HDD
Mar‘13
8-Output
8-Output
AVS-240
•4U System
•Supported 2 Mura MPX-4/X, 1 Mura MPX-V8/V16/SDI
•Outputs 8 Digital/Analog + 2 SDI
• Inputs: 8 Digital/Analog + 16 Analog or 2 SDI
• Intel® Xeon® E5-2400 series
•3*External 5.25” HDD + 1* External 3.5” HDD
•4U System
•Supported 5 + 11 Mura MPX-V8/V16
•Outputs:20 Digital/Analog + 22 SDI
• Inputs: 20 Digital/Analog + 176 Analog or 22 SDI
•Intel® Xeon® E3-1200V2 series
•3*External 5.25” HDD + 1 external 3.5” HDD,
1 internal 3.5” HDD
Sep‘13
AVS-290
•Wallmount/Desktop System
•Supported 2 Mura MPX-4/X
•Outputs: 8 Analog/Digital
•Inputs: 8 Analog/Digital
•Intel® Xeon® E3-1200 series
•1*External 5.25” HDD + 2* hot-swap 3.5” HDD,
1 internal 3.5” HDD
Sep‘13
Q&A
Thank you!
Questionnaire
Questionnaire Advantech AVS Webinar dated 22 Februari 2013 - Google Drive

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