Xytech Announces MediaPulse Sky for Mobile Devices at 2017 NAB Show

Xytech unveiled MediaPulse Sky, a new mobile interface for MediaPulse, at NAB this year. Additionally, over 400 new features are available to the innovative platform used by studios, networks, media companies and post facilities to power scheduling, asset managements, resource allotment, personnel, equipment, financials and more.

Expanding access and mobility for users, MediaPulse Sky is available for all portable devices. MediaPulse Sky is not just a web portal. It’s a thoroughly re-imaged interface for mobile devices. It is configurable through MediaPulse Layout Editor, so it is also a truly personalised experience. No matter what device users rely upon – phone or tablet – it is available with new dashboards and charts for Key Performance Indicators. Additionally, MediaPulse Sky is optimised for cellular networks. Users can actualise orders, confirm crewing assignments, provision video feeds, schedule sessions and review assignments wherever they may be with whatever device they choose.

MediaPulse Transmission 2017 has a new, completely configurable operation screen with on-screen alerts and notifications. A new auto-routing feature allows users to quickly find the best routes between two points and leverages the MediaPulse Rules Engine to add user-defined criteria to the routing choices. MediaPulse Transmission offers enterprise-class operations and financial management tools specifically designed for the transmission environment, and the new features help to manage the complexities of circuits for the broadcast sector.

At NAB 2017 Xytech demonstrated an automated camera-to-distribution workflow encapsulating metadata management, order management, transcoding and quality control, all performed with no users’ actions required. The Xytech team has also made a number of changes in the MediaPulse development platform. Now, MediaPulse offers the ability to integrate easily with any other system in the client ecosystem, enabling MediaPulse to act as a single console. 

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