SonoVTS unveils new remote control app for HDQLINE monitors

SonoVTS unveils new remote control app for HDQLINE monitors

SonoVTS will launch a new remote control app at IBC

SonoVTS, the Munich-based provider of System Design and Integration; Equipment Rental and Operations; Service and Consulting and distribution of professional products, will at IBC 2017 formally launch a new full remote control app for its HDQLINE of broadcast displays.


The control app is a graphics-orientated tool that controls all parameters on individual monitors as well as pre-defined groups of monitors in a larger system or OB van. Complex monitor walls can be created by dragging and dropping application icons into a layout to provide a good overview of the settings of each monitor.


However, according to sonoVTS International Sales Manager Branko Pezelj, “The problem with many monitor control systems is that you often can’t physically reach them. Changing parameters on a monitor wall in an OB van, for example, can require a lot of tedious ups and downs. This issue is exacerbated in an IP-based remote production environment. In short, when you go remote, control needs to go remote with you, and we’ve now provided that capability with this control app.”


The new application works from any desktop, laptop, or popular smart phone via a web-based that provides the ability to remotely set and control individual or groups of displays, a cost and time-saver.

TM Broadcast International

Broadcast and audiovisual digital magazine

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