Broadcast Solutions Reveals Latest Live Production and Remote IP Technology at BA

At the Broadcast Asia show in Singapore, Broadcast Solutions, is exhibiting its full system integration portfolio, which includes new technology for outside broadcasting, remote and studio production and playout facilities.

Broadcast Solutions will also showcase a renewed equipment portfolio tailored specifically for the Asian market.

On its exhibit stand, the company will introduce all-in-one live production systems manufacturer and system integrator, Simplylive, to the Asian market. Simplylive combines easy-to-use control functions with powerful live production technology. For example, the tightly integrated live production system ViBox simplifies the learning curve with touchscreen user interfaces allowing the user to focus on the content. The ViBox platform and related back end software supports multiple applications, such as live all-in-one production systems, slow-motion replays, official and coaching video review, digital recorders as well as master recording and live streaming. Multiple applications can run simultaneously in one ViBox unit.

Also on stand will be MANet, which combines video, audio and IP-traffic into one simple, flexible transmission system. MANet is a terrestrial microwave-based solution that uses robust, intuitive radios to create mesh networks. Simplicity, full IP-connectivity, and minimal bandwidth requirements are the primary keys of this technology that brings new capabilities to traditional point-to-point video links.

Mobile Viewpoint's IP-compatible products enable fast and reliable video contribution with just a click of a button.

Mobile Viewpoint's IP-compatible products enable fast and reliable video contribution with just a click of a button.

Broadcast Solutions also has partnered with Mobile Viewpoint to supply wireless video transmission equipment that provides last mile video delivery and reliable wireless connections over long distances. Mobile Viewpoint offers portable and fixed encoding devices that are easy to setup and provide reliable video links.

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