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Abu Dhabi will host the season opener of the Red Bull Air Race World Championship for the tenth time in a row on February 10-11, with all the signature glamour and excitement that the heritage stop represents. At speeds of 370kph with forces up to 10G, a field of 14 pilots will begin their eight-race campaign for the 2017 title in the desert skies, fresh with the improved raceplane technology and heightened physical fitness they’ve gained in the off-season. Whether they’ve arrived from wintry Canada, summery Australia, or global locations in-between, the race teams from five continents know that in Abu Dhabi, the heat is on.
Palace are a much anticipated four piece indie blues rock band from London about which there’s lots of anticipation and excitement and an acclaimed debut EP, “Lost in the Night”.
Hitachi Kokusai Electric Turkey Systems has announced the delivery and successful commissioning of a new satellite news gathering (SNG) transmission uplink vehicle to Jordanian state broadcaster, Jordan Radio and Television (JRTV). The broadcaster is well known as a regional pioneer in satellite news gathering operations and this new SNG transmission vehicle will add further state-of-the-art production resources to its extensive field-based news team. Throughout this project, Hitachi Kokusai Electric Turkey Systems worked closely with its local partner, Amman-based HEAT for Engineering and Technology.
Continuing to garner accolades for its mobile production excellence, TNDV: Television has once again been honored with multiple Midsouth Regional Emmy Awards by the Nashville/Midsouth Chapter of The National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences.
With one of the largest community participation events ever held in Denmark, Aarhus recently celebrated its inauguration as one of the two European Capitals of Culture 2017. The European Capital of Culture is a city designated by the European Union for a period of one calendar year during which it organises a series of cultural events with a strong European dimension.
At BVE 2017, NUGEN Audio will demonstrate the latest innovations in its industry-leading family of post-production and broadcast audio tools. On display will be an update of Halo Upmix, NUGEN Audio's award-winning 5.1, 7.1, and 9.1 upmixer. Also, for the first time at BVE, NUGEN Audio will showcase its AMB modular batch processor, a scalable loudness analysis, correction, and upmix solution.
For 12 years LANG AG has been presenting the latest and most innovative technologies in different media and AV installations at ISE (Integrated Systems Europe). This year brings historic changes into the family-run business from Lindlar. The start-up of two new companies will be announced at the ISE.
Imagine Communications, empowering the media and entertainment industry through transformative innovation, has entered an agreement with Swiss broadcast service provider tpc, technology and production center Switzerland ag, to provide the distribution core, processing and multiviewer technology for a next-generation mobile production vehicle that is expected to be the first in the industry to support uncompressed HD and UHD signals over IP based on the SMPTE ST 2110 standard for the transport of video and audio over IP networks.
ROAMEO wireless intercom system combines user-friendly operation and seamless communication in large areas
- Fully integrated into all digital RTS matrices, the wireless solution allows users to address either individuals or specified groups
- Uninterrupted, high-quality and license-free audio based on DECT standard allows integration of a large number of simultaneous users across wide areas
- ROAMEO brings most advanced professional-grade long-distance wireless communications to RTS intercom systems
- User-friendly, intuitive operation ensured by icon-based setup and buttons with tactile feedback
Globecast provides complete contribution and distribution services for the Total Africa Cup of Nations 2017 in Gabon
From 14th January to 5th February, Globecast, ensured the successful international coverage of the 31st Total African Cup of Nations 2017 from Gabon. Globecast provided a full HD contribution and distribution service for African, European and Asian broadcasters as well as an IP platform.
Audinate, developer of the industry-leading Dante™ media networking technology, is celebrating key adoption milestones at ISE2017. Over 350 manufacturers have now licensed Dante, an increase of 75 since this time last year. Recent licensees span a broad spectrum of markets, including installed sound, live sound, broadcast, transportation and CEDIA, and include notable brands such as Beyerdynamic, Clear-Com, JBL, Lawo, Panasonic, Riedel, Sony and many more.
Clear-Com has announced that it will launch a Dante™ interface card for the Eclipse-HX matrix (E-Dante64-HX) at ISE 2017. The card, which is compatible with Eclipse HX-Omega, Median, and Delta matrix systems, supports Dante and is AES67 compatible, allowing users to transport up to 64 channels of high quality audio to multiple Dante-enabled devices using standard Ethernet network infrastructure.
ATEME announced today that its advanced video compression technology will be used for the VR near-live coverage in Ultra High Definition (UHD) of the upcoming Sunday’s ultimate football showdown between the New England Patriots and the Atlanta Falcons, in partnership with Fox Sports and LiveLike. Altogether, they’re teaming up to offer a virtual and interactive lounge during the game that presents highlights from the game in near real-time via the Fox Sports VR app for iOS and Android devices. Thus, each viewer equipped with a VR handset can experience the game in the same way as if they were sitting in a VIP lounge in the stadium.
Broadcast infrastructure specialist Axon Digital Design, which celebrates its 30th anniversary this year, will be bringing to CABSAT a range of IP products and production tools that are designed to help broadcasters deal with the challenges of the move to IP. (Hall 1 Stand D1-20.)
Stage Tec, the Berlin-based developer and manufacturer of digital audio equipment, is presenting an IP-based console at the ISE which performs extensive control tasks – the ON AIR flex. ON AIR flex is freely configurable and adapts easily to suit individual requirements. The system consists of three components – audio processing, control elements and control logic. They are separated from each other and communicate via the standardised IP protocol EmBER+. By separating the control component, the mixing console logic becomes freely configurable and available to all. It is possible to define the entire mixing console configuration and to adapt ON AIR flex to any workflow.