Activu to Showcase Collaborative Visualization Software and Video Wall Solutions for Airports at ACI-NA’s Airports@Work

At ACI-NA’s Airports@Work Conference, Activu Corporation will feature its proven information sharing and collaboration solutions for airport operations centers that deliver critical information to decision makers on networked displays, such as video walls, desktops and mobile devices. The conference will take place March 12-15, 2018 in New Orleans, Louisiana and brings together the most complex facets of airport operations – safety, security, environment, technology and technical affairs.

A pioneer in the development of control center visualization systems and collaboration software, Activu’s enterprise software platform, ActivWare™, gives airport operations center personnel the power to make critical information visible so they can see, share and respond to events.

Tailored to meet the operational needs of airport operations centers, ActivWare allows users to share visual information across a network, regardless of the location, on any type of screen, from an operations center video wall or supervisor’s workstation to a laptop or mobile device. Operators can dynamically display and distribute visual information on video walls and mobile devices, at local sites and in the field. This can include surveillance systems, building/access control systems, analytics software and other visual information. These dynamic visuals, alongside video feeds from security cameras, data from weather monitors and the latest news feeds provide decision makers with a comprehensive operational overview. As a result, situational understanding, critical decision-making and event response is significantly improved.

Attendees at the show will have an opportunity to stop by Activu’s table and learn more about ActivWare’s capabilities including ActivLink®. Created to assist customers with the daunting task of filtering through increasing amounts of information being supplied by control room systems, ActivLink alerts operators to critical events by updating display content in response to user-defined scenarios.