IP VideoSolutions For ENG

Dejero’s IBC focus is on IP video contribution and cloud-based content management solutions for electronic newsgathering and remote broadcasting.

Making its show debut, the LIVE+ EnGo is a compact camera-mounted or wearable transmitter that encodes H.264 video and transmits it over multiple IP networks. It leverages cellular, Wi-Fi, Ethernet, and portable satellite connectivity for live broadcasts from virtually anywhere, even a moving vehicle. Its modular design enables the attachment of swappable wireless modules to customize LIVE+ EnGo to the locally available wireless network infrastructure.

LIVE+ Multipoint is Dejero's professional video-over-IP distribution network for exchanges of HD-quality, low-latency video from location to location, at any time, anywhere. The cloud-based solution enables media organizations to send a broadcast-quality live stream from a source location to multiple locations simultaneously, with known and controlled latency at each end point. LIVE+ Multipoint can also be used to exchange recorded content between studios. It leverages the internet along with Dejero's adaptive-bit-rate encoding technology and LIVE+ platform of transmitters, servers, software, and cloud services to provide a resilient solution that encodes and routes the content from a single source to multiple destinations.

Dejero will further showcase LIVE+ Control, a cloud-based management, monitoring, and reporting tool that simplifies IP video workflows used in remote broadcasting productions. LIVE+ Control manages all Dejero LIVE+ video transmission solutions including EnGo, GoBox, VSET, NewsBook, and Mobile App. By accessing the LIVE+ Control interface from a browser, video professionals can geolocate and remotely control their entire fleet of field transmitters.

Dejero is at IBC stand 11.C51

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