Two events in Manila (6 Nov.) and Bangkok (9 Nov.) show the latest Broadcast technologies
Together with industry partners Riedel and IHSE, Broadcast Solutions GmbH will be hosting two events in the course of their Broadcast Innovation Days series in Asia, to show the latest innovations in broadcast technology and share their knowledge on workflow optimization. With combining hands-on demonstrations and presentations the partners will pass on their knowhow and expertise to the visitors. The first day of the events will be used for lectures and demonstrations. All partners will be available on a second subsequent day for private meetings and in-depth demonstrations.
Topics to be discussed (among others) will be how to streamline broadcast workflows, future-proof solutions for broadcasters as well as discussing the needs and solutions for local broadcast companies to meet the changing production demands. Being the largest OB Van manufacturer in the industry Broadcast Solutions explains the concept behind the very serial produced line of Streamline OB Vans.
Further on display will be Broadcast Ultrasoft, a unifying Broadcast Workflow tool. A further priority topic is the “Wireless (R)evolution” with presentations on the evolution from traditional analogue point to point microwave systems to the latest revolutionary IP-based Mesh networks.
With its MicroN system Riedel will present tools for modular production. The newest member of Riedel’s MediorNet family, MicroN features configuration options that provide increased reliability and versatility. On-board signal-processing includes frame synchronization, embedding/de-embedding, and delay.
With its solutions for switch and preview in Multiviewers IHSE will focus on monitoring and control of remote video sources over its Draco tera KVM matrix switches. Tera Viewer is a user interface suited for professional KVM management at the workstation. Tera Viewer software provides an IP-based preview of video signals passing through Draco tera KVM matrix systems. With Tera Viewer, users can check and monitor images as often as required in control-and-monitoring applications.