STEP LOGIC to present the Visor mobile control center at the Moscow Region 2018 Agricultural Technologies Fair
Moscow July 18, 2018. The STEP LOGIC team is going to present their very own Visor mobile control centre at the Moscow Region 2018 fair. The event will be taking place on July 20 at the GNU Moscow NIISKH Nemchinovka in the territory of the Marushkinskoye settlement in New Moscow.
At the invitation of the Federal State Budgetary Research Institution FIC Nemchinovka STEP LOGIC will demonstrate the capabilities of its Visor mobile control centre at the Moscow Region 2018 fair. The solution allows the operators to immediately deploy secure videoconferencing, a monitoring system and other systems that require graphical presentation of information. The solution allows for the simultaneous connection of up to 11 sources of digital and analogue signals as well as wireless sources of video feeds. In addition, the most important advantage of Visor is that it can be used under extreme conditions and within wide ranges of temperatures, which makes this system the only market product with such characteristics.
Visor combines reliability, ease of operation, the ability to scale and upgrade to specific customer tasks and conditions of use. The solution is in demand in law enforcement agencies, emergency response units, healthcare organizations, major construction companies, oil and natural gas companies, state and private organizations with large branch networks that need to operate mobile headquarters and need to keep moving them from place to place.
Earlier the Visor Mobile Control Centre was used to monitor the immediate conditions during the large-scale ecological campaign The Victory Forest and participated in the special tactical exercises based on the scenario of the liquidation of the spring high water in the Moscow region.
Moscow Region 2018 will be held as part of the The Day of the Moscow Region Fields 2018 exhibition. The event will feature scientific and innovative solutions for crop farming, samples of agricultural equipment as well as cutting edge agricultural technologies. Over three thousand people are expected to attend. The fair is being organized by the Ministry for Agricultural and Food Supplies of the Moscow Region in conjunction with the Nemchinovka federal research centre.