HeliPaint Takes ChyronHego’s Advanced Telestration and Tracking Technology to New Heights

HeliPaint Provides Helicopter-Borne Reporters With Customizable, Easy-to-Use Enhancement Tools For Aerial Neews Coverage

ChyronHego today announced the launch of HeliPaint, an in-the-air news telestration system designed to meet the specific needs of aerial coverage. HeliPaint brings ChyronHego’s acclaimed Paint teles­tration and tracking technology to the chopper in a rugged, compact 1RU chassis. The system equips helicopter-borne reporters with customizable, easy-to-use tools for enhancing news and breaking news coverage. Powered by ChyronHego’s real-time image-tracking engine, HeliPaint locks graphics in place even as the camera moves and telestration can be performed over a live stream or still freezes.

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“HeliPaint packs a small footprint and is designed to withstand the many rigors of flight with ease,” said ChyronHego Product Manager, Mark Bowden. “In addition to its lightweight, rugged chassis, HeliPaint features a streamlined inter­face with large icons that make tool selection quick and simple, a high-visibility LCD touch screen that can be seen in the brightest sunlight, and mobile processing that allows the system to consume minimal power from a 12V source with no AC required.”

ChyronHego will showcase HeliPaint at NAB 2014 Show at booth SL1110, April 7-10.

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About ChyronHego
ChyronHego (NASDAQ: CHYR) is a global leader in broadcast graphics creation, playout and real-time data visualization with a wide range of products and services for live television, news and sports production. Joining forces in 2013 with over 80 years of combined industry expertise, Chyron and Hego Group offer award-winning solutions — such as the TRACAB™ player tracking system and end-to-end BlueNet™ graphics workflow — under the collective ChyronHego brand. Headquartered in Melville, N.Y., the company also has offices in the Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, Germany, Mexico, Norway, Singapore, Slovak Republic, Sweden, and the United Kingdom.

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