Reality Check Systems’ LaunchPad is a production-proven interactive touchscreen solution that simplifies advanced soccer analysis for live broadcasts.
LaunchPad provides real-time predictive analysis, with a built-in, probability-driven algorithm developed by Analy7ics , which lets users visualize the probable outcome of any soccer match before kickoff, and deliver updates as the game unfolds. Operators can also illustrate how likely each team is to win the league, qualify for Europe or be relegated.
Other features include:
Social Media Integration: Search, mine and share player, celebrity, viewer and breaking news Tweets as dynamic graphics in real-time.
-- Headlines: Users can create custom graphics (i.e. player profiles, team comparisons, newspaper quotes) in LaunchPad’s web portal, and instantly display them with the push of a button.
-- Enhancements to Tablet Controller: All key LaunchPad functions are now available in the iPad Navigator App.
-- Integration with Vizrt's Viz Libero 3D sports analysis software: Quickly access desired Viz Libero clips and related metadata in LaunchPad’s touchscreen menu and control playout.
-- Expanded Global Reach:With live match data supplied by Opta, operators can choose from more than 20 competitions, including new additions: Dutch Eredivisie, Brazilian SerieA, Russian Premier League, Scottish Premiership, Australian A-League and Turkish Super Lig.
-- New Skin: Capture the attention of fans with compelling new graphics templates and animations.
The Reality Check Systems LaunchPad will be on display at NAB in the Vizrt booth SL2417
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