Broadcast Solutions is promoting future products at Broadcast Asia trade show in Singapore.
German systems integrator and studio system manufacturer Broadcast Solutions is showing its current studio and OB (Outside Broadcast) developments along with a snapshot of future products at Broadcast Asia Show 2019 in Singapore.
The firm, which claims to be Europe’s largest manufacturer of mobile production tools, is demonstrating its bespoke and pre-engineered Streamline OB Vans, with support for IP-based broadcasting, UHD (Ultra HD), Augmented and Virtual Reality, wireless communication and HDR (High Dynamic Range) workflows.
It is introducing its hi – human interface human-machine link to the Asian market for the first time. This combines auto-discovery and zero-configuration technologies, to reduce setup times for broadcast and A/V-media systems via a user interface designed to control and monitor complex infrastructures.
The firm is also showing its Robycam aerial cable camera system for sporting events, live shows and TV productions, both indoors and outdoors. This system is available either for sale or on a rental basis with full production support included. It uses four real-time controlled automatic winches and a motion control system designed for millimeter accurate and fast camera movements.
The firm is also discussing future projects with a focus on remote production and probably moves towards “OB in a box”.
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