Yealink is a leader in the IP Phone and video conferencing market. Fully integrated with Zoom and Microsoft Teams, Yealink provides collaboration bars, conference phones, desk phones, speaker-phones and headsets.
Used in a variety of applications, including Cinema, Classrooms, Domes, Events, Large Venues, Meeting Rooms and Virtual Reality & 3D, Christie creates laser, RGB pure laser and Xenon Illumination with a range of brightness levels, resolutions, and lenses to fit your requirements.
For more than 90 years, Christie has provided projectors that bring you compelling visual experiences based with unmatched colour reproduction and illumination performance.
From the first projectors they built in 1929, to their digital cinema projection that revolutionized the movie industry, they lead the way and help partners create amazing shared experiences.
Founded in 2005, FWI was started with a vision for how digital technology would transform the way businesses communicate and engage with their customers and employees.
With over 6,000 customers, FWI powers applications used by millions of people each year including retail marketing, employee communications, room and desk management, conference and event management, flight information displays, campus communications, emergency messaging, and more.
Established in 1995 in Beijing, Leyard is a global leader in the design and production of intelligent displays for a multitude of applications. Vega has integrated Leyard’s LED Video Walls with touch capability (up to 32 simultaneous touch points), to provide interactive solutions for our clients. Leyard has a wide range of interactive touch display solutions made for demanding environments.
Founded in 1961 by an American physicist by the name of Joel Spira, Lutron was the first company to create a dimmer that could replace the light switch in a standard residential wall box. The key technical innovation was to replace the rheostat with a thyristor, a type of resistor, which had been invented a few years earlier. Because this invention was practical (allowing people to control their lights) and generated less heat and less energy (meaning lower costs), Spira was certain that the energy-saving aspects of his invention would ensure the long-term success of lighting controls; and he was right.
Lutron continues to be the leader in lighting control and are well known for their ultra-quiet and high-end window shades that operate wirelessly and can be controlled from anywhere in the world. Vega works closely with Lutron to deliver customized lighting control solutions to both the corporate and home market in Japan.
Mediasite, founded in 1991 by Mark Juliano and acquired by Sonic Foundry in 2021, provides a technology platform that allows you to create, record, live-stream and publish video conferences, on-line events, and classes. It can also be used to interact with your audience via polls and Q&A forums, manage quizzes, etc.
Established in Oslo, Neat creates easy-to-use and install video devices for Microsoft and Zoom. They are best known for their Neat Bar and Neat Board that are used extensively in meeting rooms and collaboration spaces to deliver clear audio and video. Neat also provides other functionality that enhances the experience of participants by delivering a more engaging and interactive experience.
A fairly new company, established in 2016, New Wave Workspace provides a flexible workspace platform that focuses on intelligent solutions for desk booking, room booking, events, parking management, smart lockers booking, digital checklists, service requests and insightful analytics.
Their solutions deliver value across the organization, including HR (desk cleaning, contract tracing, social distancing), Facility Managers (building occupancy, occupancy by department) and Corporate Real Estate (cost avoidance, energy optimization, real-time data insights).
Onelan, founded in 1988 by David Dalzell, is an award-winning Tripleplay brand. They make some of the most reliable digital signage media players and hardware, offering a broad range of products from entry-level, all the way to high-end, ultra-high definition players. In addition to embedded signage, you can create a high-end digital signage experience.
Founded in 2007, Panopto is an American multinational technology corporation headquartered in Seattle, Washington. Panopto provides Asynchronous communication software primarily for universities and enterprise businesses. What you get with Panopto is a secure, mobile-ready video platform that revolutionizes the way you share knowledge and information.
Panopto also includes desktop and mobile apps for recording, as well as a new online screen recorder, giving you the flexibility to create videos from anywhere, online or offline, using any device, even Chromebooks and 360º video cameras.
Philips, a Dutch company founded back in 1891 and now headquartered in Amsterdam, makes an array of high quality products used in a variety of applications. The company started by making light bulbs and now leverages advanced technology to provide solutions in diagnostic imaging, patient monitoring, and health informatics. They also make professional displays for the corporate and consumer markets. Vega works with Philips to deliver high-end and interactive solutions for the corporate and hotel markets through their interactive touch screen displays and touch-free technologies.
Promothean has over 20 years experience implementing interactive displays for the education market. Promethean is a global leader in interactive displays and interactive boards. They have also developed free teaching software, such as ActivInspire and ClassFlow to create fun and engaging learning environments.
Headquartered in California and founded in 1947, Stewart Filmscreen is a manufacturer of projector screens, screen materials, and specialty optical coatings. Stewart has a team of forward-thinkers who are focused on providing unbelievable viewing experiences and products that are built to last.
Established in 2001 and part of the Uniquest group alongside Onelan,, Tripleplay’s mission is to be the world’s leading single platform solution for IPTV, digital signage, and enterprise video. They are a leader in the development and delivery of business grade Enterprise Video, Digital Signage, and IPTV solutions.
Unilumin, with 3 manufacturing bases in China and over 15 global offices, are the world’s number one exporter of LED displays. Unilumin provides cutting-edge LED solutions for a wide range of applications, from control rooms, broadcast, commercial, and retail, to entertainment, sports and landscape lighting.
Vaddio, a Legrand brand, is an industry leader in the design, development and manufacturing of professional quality PTZ cameras, Pro AV solutions, and a full suite of Unified Communication and Collaboration.
Marshall Electronics has been supplying the broadcast and studio audio recording industries with revolutionary products for over 30 years. The newest division of Marshall Electronics, Marshall Pro AV Communications Technology, is dedicated to serving the growing needs of audio and video applications on the professional AV and UCC markets.
Established in 1984 in Sweden and acquired by Canon in mid-2015, Axis Communications manufactures network cameras, access control, and network audio devices for physical security and video surveillance.
Established in 1966 in Australia, Wolfvision manufactures presentation, collaboration and knowledge sharing solutions. Their systems are used extensively in corporate meeting spaces, web conferences and educational institutions.
Panasonic has been on the cutting edge of new technology for over 100 years. Vega works a lot with their professional displays, which are some of the best in the industry. Their engineering excellence combined with their support make them one of the best in the business.
Their professional audiovisual technologies are easy-to-use, flexible, reliable and are designed to work with or integrate seamlessly with your existing equipment.
Established in 1942, Epson, a global imaging and innovation leader, provides projectors with unparalleled brightness and vivid colours for a variety of applications in business, education, and for large venues. Their lineup of products include inkjet printers, 3LCD projectors, sensors and other microdevices.
From whiteboard concept to fielded systems, Draper engineers design, develop and deploy advanced technology solutions for government, commercial companies and academia. By building and field-testing working prototypes, Draper accelerates design iterations. Draper can complete small production runs, license intellectual property and transition technology for large-scale production.
Founded in 2003, Atlona is a global manufacturer of AV distribution, connectivity, and control solutions. They have been designing and engineering innovative end-to-end products for a range of commercial AV markets, including education, business, government, entertainment, and healthcare.
A Belgian technology company, Barco specializes in digital projection and imaging technology. Predominantly operating in the entertainment, enterprise, and healthcare sectors, Barco has also created unique products for the education market, including the WeConnect product.
Vega partners closely with Barco to provide high quality LED display solutions to a variety of markets, including the integration of the largest LED Wall in a Hotel in Japan, soon to be unveiled at the Hilton, Shinjuku.
tvONE’s UK-based research and development team is dedicated to creating and deploying reliable, top performance visual technology. With more than 30 years experience in the AV industry, tvONE has a proven track record for providing innovations that deliver exceptional customer experiences across a wide range of vertical markets.
Sharp has a long history of creating breakthrough products. Technology innovations, especially in LCD and Solar, ensures that Sharp is at the forefront of the pack. Some products are created by Sharp’s manufacturing and technology teams. Others come about as a result of curatorship with business partners. Whatever the case, the end result is a solution that gives clients the breadth of technology they need.
Blackmagic designs and creates very high quality productions for the broadcast industry, feature films, and post-production work. Blackmagic offers lightweight, 4K resolution cameras with a good dynamic range and low light performance that can outperform more expensive cameras. Vega utilizes Blackmagic cameras in our Virtual Production Studios in central Tokyo and at the Hilton, Tokyo.
Founded in California in 2002 by the inventor of the digital video recorder (DVR), Anthony Wood, Brightsign is a market leader in the digital signage space for both stand-alone and networked digital signage. Their signage applications are well known for their ease-of-use, superior video quality, reliability, and affordability. Vega works with Brightsign to deliver targeted solutions for a wide variety of digital signage applications.
AWS Elemental (formerly Elemental Technologies) creates software for video encoding, decoding, transcoding and pixel processing tasks on commodity hardware for adaptive bitrate streaming of video across IP networks. Elemental video processing software operates in turnkey, cloud-based and virtualised deployment models.
Vega works closely with Sharp/NEC Display Solutions in Japan. They are a leader in visual solutions and provide user-centered innovation across their LCD display and video wall portfolio. They also have innovative lamp and laser projectors, collaboration solutions, calibration tools, and IoT and AI driven analytics.
Founded in 1958 in Korea, LG is the second-largest electronics maker after Samsung Electronics. Their goal is to improve people’s lives, which is demonstrated by their motto, ‘Life’s Good’.
LG is well known for their innovative products, including digital signage which they have been developing since 2012. Vega works closely with LG locally in Japan to provide signage solutions, such as the UH5E series, that offers superior picture quality, cutting-edge intelligence, True Colour, easy content management, and High Efficiency Video Coding (HEVC), which ensure stable UHD video playback.
Epiphan Video produces world-class, award-winning audio visual solutions to capture, scale, mix, encode, stream, record and play high resolution video, including 4K UHD. Epiphan’s field-proven production line includes systems to live video production and video streaming, external USB-based video grabbers for capturing video and graphics from DVI, HDMI™, SDI and VGA sources and internal video capture cards.
Da-Lite, a brand of Legrand AV, was founded in 1909 when a man by the name of Adele De Berri took reflective silver paint and created a better projection screen for Nickelodeon theaters, thus leading to the famous phrase “The Silver Screen”.
Depending on your needs, Da-Lite offers a wide variety of screens, including electrical, manual, fixed-frame, portable, floor rising and more. If you are looking for high quality screens, they have the ‘Tensioned Advantage Series’ with Parallax Pure, which look visibly different when compared to Da-Lite vinyl screen surfaces due to the unique micro-layered, high-grade lens system of Parallax Pure. It is optically flat under projection, and the waves will not be visible.
Planar delivers high performance, commercial grade LED displays with everything from the highest-resolution Micro LED video walls for cinema and on-camera applications, to large sporting venue video boards and touch displays for collaborative spaces.
A South Korean company and one of the world’s largest producers of electronic devices, Samsung is a leader in the premium TV market and specializes in the production of a wide variety of consumer and industry electronics, including appliances, digital media devices, semiconductors, memory chips, and integrated systems.
AJA’s engineering has been supporting advances in broadcast technologies and format standards to video professionals with future-proof workflow solutions since 1993. High-profile media companies, broadcasters, networks, post-production houses, mobile truck operators, cinematographers, film editors and more rely on the reliability, flexibility and performance of AJA technologies.