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Ericsson today announced that it has won an exclusive multi-year access services contract with the Office of the Clerk of the House of Representatives in New Zealand. The contract will see Ericsson remotely deliver live captioning services for the Parliament TV broadcasts of the sittings of the New Zealand House of Representatives. The new captioning service will be available on Parliament TV for the first time from August 2016.
The current German Bundestag is the largest in its history. It is not easy for members to keep track of who is speaking in plenary sessions. The NEXUS audio network from Stage Tec, the Berlin-based manufacturer of pro audio equipment, and the Siemens S7 controller help to determine from where in the plenary chamber the request to speak is coming from.
No fewer than 156 Optocore devices were used to create a stable fibre backbone for signal transport when the recent COP21 (2015 Paris Climate Conference), was held at the Paris-Le Bourget Conference Centre. This ensured that audio and other data streams were delivered robustly and with minimal latency to a variety of destinations.
The Opus - German Stage Award is one of the most prestigious awards in theatre and stage production and will be presented this year to Björn Hermann who is active internationally as a lighting designer. He receives the award for the production of the Fraunhofer Annual Meeting in 2015 which featured the especially creative use of moving light as a focus for the performance on stage. The award ceremony takes place on 7 April 2016 at Prolight + Sound, the international trade fair of technologies and services for entertainment, integrated systems and creation. This was the first time leading figures from the sector had the possibility to submit projects directly to the expert jury.
From the morning of the 22nd March, the day of the terrorist attacks at Zaventem Airport and Maelbeek underground station, Overon has provided comprehensive broadcast coverage of the breaking events from a host of key points in the Belgian capital. The first round of coverage was provided by equipment and staff from Overon’s base in Brussels and which kicked off barely two hours after the first bomb attack at the airport. Extra equipment was flown in from bases in Paris, Nice, Warsaw, Barcelona and Bilbao providing a total of 7 DSNG’s working simultaneously with 15 stand-up positions in place.