Axon Launches Broadcast Monitoring & Control System

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At BVE2014 (stand J19) broadcast infrastructure specialist Axon Digital Design will demonstrate new developments within its signal processing and broadcast monitoring & control product lines.

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Making its UK debut at BVE is Cerebrum, which makes the monitoring and control of a broadcast infrastructure easier, more efficient and more cost effective than ever.
Cerebrum provides comprehensive tools to configure, control, monitor and maintain products from any manufacturer within and beyond the broadcasting industry. The result is that multiple operators can take total control over multiple and complex routines.

With changes in live production technology rapidly evolving, Axon will showcase its new live production tool SynLive. Based on Axon’s Synapse range of products, SynLive has been designed for small, live production environments to provide broadcasters with a cost-effective and turnkey offering. Broadcasters will have the flexibility to expand their infrastructures over time as SynLive can be configured to enable more features to be added all the way up to a 4Wire 4K compatible system.

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Combined with the SynLive product line Axon will demonstrate its Synapse-based Master Control solutions SynMC. The ability to scale Master Control operations as and when needed is crucial in today’s rapidly evolving media landscape. With SynMC expanding and managing Master Control systems in line with the changing broadcast needs is easy.

About Axon
Headquartered in The Netherlands, and with offices across the world, Axon develops, manufactures and markets high quality broadcast equipment for the conversion, processing and compliance recording of audio and video signals. Products integrate advanced signal processing techniques, innovative engineering and modular flexibility and provide high quality, affordability and reliability within mission-critical broadcast applications.

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