CONNEX by Amimon Takes Flight on FOX News from Unmanned Systems 2015

Fox reporter Jonathan Serrie reports live from the drone demo featuring CONNEX HD wireless transmission at AUVSI

CONNEX, Amimon’s innovative zero-latency HD wireless video link, was featured on Fox News in a live morning segment broadcast from the AUVSI show in Atlanta, Georgia. While Jonathan Serrie reported from the show floor about the many new and innovative technologies featured at the show, a drone equipped with CONNEX effortlessly transmitted live, zero-latency HD video from the Robotics in Action area.

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“We are thrilled to have the opportunity to demonstrate the features of CONNEX on live broadcast network television,” said David Shefler, VP World Wide Sales, Amimon. “Now broadcasters across the globe will be able to stream live HD video from drones using this game-changing technology in action.”

David Shefler of Amimon flies the drone carrying CONNEX HD wireless transmission during Fox live report from AUVSI

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Delivering full HD video quality with zero-latency transmission up to 1,000 meters (3,300 ft.), CONNEX allows for news gathering of live events from the air providing a view point that was not possible before. The plug-and-fly CONNEX video link is essential for a broad range of drone application such as industrial inspection, aerial photography, crowd control, wildfire mapping and other applications that require real-time control of both camera and drone.

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About Amimon
Wireless HD video connectivity is creating a revolution in content creation and consumption. Amimon, a market leader in zero latency wireless HD video, has invented exclusive technology to harness the power of mobile cameras and fixed video sources, to bring HD content to remote display screens or distribution switches. Amimon’s systems utilize its core technology to deliver convenience and flexibility to create, transmit and view content on remote devices with the highest image quality.  
AMIMON is headquartered in San Jose, California, with offices in Herzlia, Israel; Tokyo, Japan; Taipei, Taiwan and Shenzhen, China.

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