Ross Video stand showcased a range of Smart Production solutions at CABSAT 2018.
Ross Video launched the latest addition to its Software Defined Production Ecosystem on its stand at the recent CABSAT Conference and Exhibition in Dubai.
Software Defined Production (SDP) is a new and growing family of products based on the view that broadcasters should be free to choose the transport that is most appropriate for their project. SDP delivers adaptability, scalability and agility to broadcasters by moving away from single-function devices that mostly sit idle towards a pool of flexible resources that are able to meet production needs on-demand.
With hybrid production models likely to be around for a significant time to come, SDP provides broadcasters certainty through clear, progressive upgrade paths that future-proof their current and historical investments. The new product launch at CABSAT 2018 reinforced that view and follows on from SDP product launches at NAB New York and Inter BEE Japan.
In addition to the new product launch at CABSAT, Ross also showcased a range of Smart Production solutions designed to simplify workflows and help content creators meet the creative, business and technical challenges they face daily.
Key products showcased on the Ross Video stand were:
- Graphite, their all-in-one integrated production solution
- PIVOTCam, a high-performance and great value PTZ camera
- XPression, the industry’s fastest-growing real time motion graphics system
- Trackless studio, Ross Video’s most cost-effective virtual studio solution
- Ultrix, the revolutionary software-enabled routing platform
- The Abekas Mira live instant replay system
- AirCleaner, the profanity delay system
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