Welcome to EMS Imaging & Graphics Technology
Electronic Modular Solutions, a global visual technology company, with products designed and developed in the U.K for visualization solutions for a variety of selected professional & diverse markets: for business, entertainment, and industry, including control rooms, health care, defense & aerospace, digital cinema, media & entertainment and simulation & virtual reality.
"EMS product range includes a wide range of PCIe video capture cards for HDMI, DVI (Single-Link and Dual-Link, SD-SDI, HD-SDI and 3G-SDI, VGA, RGB, Component, S-Video and Composite.
New to the range is our USB3.0 based mobile unit for notebooks/laptops with a USB 3.0 interface, this unit also captures 1x HDMI, DVI, VGA and up to 4x Composite inputs.
Combined with the input side we also offer our range of PCIe based Video Display Wall Controllers for professional multi-screen applications for up to 48 screens or stand-alone video wall controllers for small to medium installations."
In these markets EMS offers cost-effective, user-friendly imaging products that optimize productivity and business efficiency. Its innovative hard- and software solutions integrate all aspects of the imaging & graphics, e.g. from image capture/acquisition and to image/video wall display and management.
EMS frame grabbers or video capture cards are used in most applications where video signal needs to be recorded or streamed. As an example they are used for capturing and recording a radar or a simulator screen, or recording product presentations or visualization and archiving medical equipment. They are used as a video input device for digital video recording, video streaming over LAN/WAN
The EMS XtremeVision is also compatible with the XtremeRGB range of video capture cards for systems requiring SD, HD, RGB or DVI video overlays. Video windows can be positioned and sized anywhere on the multi display.
Using the XtremeRGB range of video capture cards combined with the XtremeVision, high end video wall systems can be constructed supporting up to 40 displays with 128 SD windows and 32 HD/RGB/DVI windows.
By using standard Windows video capturing applications such as Media Encoder, VirtualDub or VideoLAN, you simply need to install the board, the supplied device driver also downloadable from our downloads page, re-boot the system and then the video capture cards are ready to be used for capturing, displaying, recording or video streaming right away. If you need the video capture facility within your own developed application then you can use our SDK or DirectX SDK from Microsoft and implement any special function according to your application need. We include various sample application code to speed the development along, software as well as hardware support is available from us to resolve any issues.
Our support team has a vast amount of experience to provide a high level of support and service, covering all our products from the video capture cards to the multi display wall controllers. Contact our team with any questions you may have. During the support process you may be asked by our support staff to carry out certain tasks and procedures to assist them in solving your problems.