Broadcast Solutions is now offering ChyronHego sports analytics technology to its live sports production customers.
At the CABSAT 2018 show, Broadcast Solutions GmbH will be exhibiting new products that focus on wireless communication, in addition to its latest solutions for mobile productions, studio-/playout-facilities and SNG technology.
Full-service production company Broadcast Solutions has teamed up with ChyronHego for its Middle East sales and service activities, brining ChyronHego’s graphics creation, playout and real-time data visualization technology to the trade show floor. The company said that by combining its market access with ChyronHego’s set of high-class products and services for live television, news, sports, corporate and government video production, it will bring cutting-edge solutions to the Middle East Broadcast Market. On the conjoined stand at the CABSAT show, visitors will learn about Remote Production, IP-technology, HDR and 4K/UHD as well as special cameras, wireless and satellite communication and innovative Broadcast workflows.
As part of its new relationship with Broadcast Solutions, ChyronHego will show products used in the Sports Technology sector such as Performance Analytics or Live Sports Tracking Data; Studio Production sector such as Software Defined Switching and Broadcast Graphics sector for News, Sports, Entertainment or Weather Systems.
A further priority topic on Broadcast Solutions’ stand will be 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. Visitors will learn how this technology revolutionizes the industry while there is still room for traditional technologies.
Also on display will be the LaOn 5 GHz Digital Wireless Intercom system – a high-performance wireless communication device that can be used where critical and clear communication is key and the Belt Pack mobility is required. It offers the users full-duplex hands-free communication with consistent audio clarity without PTT operation.
Broadcast Solutions’ Broadcast Ultrasoft software product, a fully IP- and software-based suite for software-defined broadcast enables management of a complete TV station on both the media side and the resources and cost side.
Another key focus on the stand will be the Broadcast Ultrasoft suite, which consists of various modules to master and control media workflows—including Ingest, MAM, Scheduling, Graphics, Playout and Automation. Additionally, Broadcast Ultrasoft gives users integrated tools for resource allocation, advertisement booking and accounting. During all stages of a production, users have a clear view on costs, resources and profit.
With the Broadcast Solutions Virtual Reality Lab visitors can test on-site a unique technology in the design and implementation of OB Vans. Used during the planning stage, developers and customers can literary experience, feel, test and change space concepts virtually one-to-one. With this fully-developed solution, different ideas can be tested and compared as well as adjustments made easy. The Broadcast Solutions Virtual Reality Lab increases workflow efficiency during the planning stage of an OB Van, once more pushing the envelope in OB Van design and production.
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