Snell Advanced Media (SAM) has announced that Timeline Television’s newest OB truck – the first uncompressed IP 4K HDR truck in Europe – will be featured on its stand at IBC 2017. The truck, UHD2, seamlessly handles fully uncompressed 4K/UHD, IP and HDR.
With each new technology transition—from SD to HD to 4K— remote production truck companies in the U.S. have been at the forefront, providing clients with the latest production tools to expand their production capabilities and make live sports and entertainment telecasts the best they can be.
As cellular networks march towards 5G, and gigabit internet and Ethernet speeds have become pedestrian while new H.265 compression does more with less bandwidth, the rising tide benefits all broadcasters. Nowhere on Earth will this be more apparent this late summer than in the exhibits at the upcoming IBC 2017.
Veteran mobile production company of F&F Productions has hit the road with GTX-18, its first 52-ft. expando production truck capable of producing live shows, natively, with 4K UHD HDR capability built on a complete Evertz infrastructure.
The IBC Conference and Exhibition is the perfect venue to explore international exhibits filled with displays and live demonstrations for production, distribution and broadcast technology. Here are highlights from some companies exhibiting cellular and wireless technology at IBC 2017.
Go Heels Productions, the video production arm of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (UNC) has adding four new Ikegami HDK-95C camera systems for live event broadcasting, which includes the 2017 NCAA Men’s Basketball Champions.
The University of Massachusetts Lowell (UMass Lowell) has expanded its complement of Z-HD5000 cameras from Hitachi Kokusai to boost its live production capabilities and take optimal advantage of expanding distribution opportunities.