Part of the Dan Technologies Systems Integration Division, ATG Danmon (www.atgdanmon.co.uk) offers a comprehensive range of services including workflow-design, project-planning, equipment installation, software-configuration, commissioning, documentation, on-site training plus ongoing support and maintenance.
ATG Danmon has actively promoted the transition from tape-based to today's server-based technology right from the company's inception in 1993. Among the company's earliest projects was a large-scale server-based archiving and networking system under automated control on behalf of TV4 Sweden.
ATG Danmon has also assisted many clients in the construction of high-definition studios, master-control rooms and playout facilities, as well as the upgrade of existing SD systems to HD.
ATG Danmon's success is built on the recognition that broadcast system design is no longer limited to technical issues but to how each system fits within the customer’s total structure. Today's business priorities include maximising profit on content, driving low total cost of ownership and low carbon footprint. Solutions need to be fully process-driven to handle workflow through the entire company rather than just the broadcast infrastructure.
The ATG Danmon engineering team is fully IT-conversant and understands the media business pressures as well the technicalities of broadcast infrastructures. The company's strategy is to design solutions that meet the rigours of 24/7 operation, are easy to operate, easy to maintain and easy to expand. This expansion includes the ability to accommodate new signal standards as broadcasting advances to accommodate a wider variety of television viewing platforms, from mobile devices to large-screen domestic displays.
Every ATG Danmon system comes with full on-site training for operating staff and technical supervisors. Our support services can be extended from that standard 12 month guarantee to cover the entire life of the equipment.
Dan Technologies System Integration Division operates from offices in the United Kingdom, Denmark, Germany, Norway, Spain, Sweden, Dubai and Vietnam.