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During SVG Europe’s Football Production Summit in Paris (March 23) Broadcast Solutions presented its video judging solution videoReferee® to the visitors of the event. Being an event sponsor Broadcast Solutions GmbH showed visitors of the event first hand, what is already possible in the field of professional video judging solutions. The company presented the variety of videoReferee® systems ranging from 4 to 16 channels. videoReferee® is a system already widely used in various sports all around the world, e.g. Canoe Slalom, Ice Hockey, Basketball and Volleyball.
The 2017 Wrestling World Championships in Paris relied on the videoReferee® video judging system to support the judges with fast video replays and multi-angle camera signals. The Wrestling World Championships, which took place from August 21-26 in Paris, for the first time was supported by acclaimed video judging system videoReferee®, provided by slow motion and replay specialist slomo.tv. The team of German System Integrator Broadcast Solutions GmbH was on site during the complete tournament to operate the system and to help the video referees in charge.
The 2017 IHF Men’s Handball World Championships in France will probably be the fairest competitions ever when it comes to referee decisions. During the World Championships German System Integration Company Broadcast Solutions GmbH will provide the technology for the video support of the referees with several videoReferee® systems. Together with technology provider Slomo.tv, all of the competition venues will be equipped with the VideoReferee ® video judging systems and will be supported by Broadcast Solutions during the tournament.
Since the legendary Wembley-goal during the FIFA WC 1966 sports fans all over the world are discussing more and more complicated game situations and wrong decisions. In many sports tournaments decision-making by referees often is facing doubt and distrust. Today fans often have a clearer view using e.g. their smartphones to watch the television signal inside the arena or just by having a better position of view. Every wrong decision and the emotions coming with it are frustrating the fans even more but also the sportsman for sure.
An important piece of history will be made at the FIFA Club World Cup Japan 2016 (8‑18 December in Yokohama and Osaka) with video assistance being used to support referees with “match-changing” decisions for the first time in a FIFA competition.
As the giants of the tennis world battled for victory at Roland Garros, VIDELIO-Events + Utram and Riedel Communications' MediorNet real-time media network brought the spectacle to large-screen displays distributed across courts at the storied Stade Roland-Garros in Paris, as well as to the internal IPTV distribution network supporting the entire tournament. The live video processing and distribution system supplied by VIDELIO and Riedel enabled the Fédération Française de Tennis (FFT) to provide fans with the rich and informative visual and aural production expected of today's top-tier sports events.
Once upon a time, television production trucks were like cruise ships on wheels. They pulled into a sporting event, swaggering with self-importance; fifty feet of gleaming metal pulled behind a pavement-buckling Peterbilt that belched diesel smoke and deafened every innocent bystander within a mile’s radius. Once parked, these production trailers began unloading thousands of pounds of equipment and unspooled miles of cable. Inside one these lustrous fifty-foot beasts, you might find a dozen or more crew members, all working away happily, while the truck sucked down power like a thirsty brontosaurus.
Velon, the company uniting the top 11 UCI World Tour Teams, announced that it has entered into a revolutionary ten-year partnership with Infront Sports & Media, the leading international sports marketing company. The agreement will give Velon access to the market leading technology, media production and sports marketing expertise of Infront, including its subsidiaries Host Broadcast Services (HBS) and Omnigon – enabling Velon to build a long-term and sustainable economic model for the sport, its teams and riders.
The FIFA Referees Committee has selected 13 Referees, who will act solely as Video Assistant Referees (VARs) during the 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia™. The selection criteria for the VARs was primarily based on their experience as Video Match Officials in their respective National Associations and Confederation competitions, in addition to their successful participation in several preparatory seminars and FIFA competitions, where they enhanced their VAR knowledge and skills by using the system.
What do veteran skateboarders and their fans have in common? No limits. At the skate park, athletes push the boundaries of what is physically possible all the time, performing gravity-defying tricks and making them look easy. Skateboarding fans are the same. They don’t want to tune into a live webcast that is anything less than cutting-edge, giving them the look and feel of being at the skate park following their favorite athletes. Thanks to the Matrox Monarch EDGE encoder’s ability to receive multiple HD feeds and composite them into a flawless quad-split stream, and B Live’s innovative user interface that allows for seamless switching between multiple camera views, fans of the Vans Showdown skateboarding competition got “star treatment” just like their favorite skaters.
For its live game day production, NHL team Vancouver Canucks is relying on the aVS video server from aQ Broadcast to serve fans with a full range of match day programming. The aVS, at the Vancouver Canucks’ Rogers Arena, is used primarily for playback during games, with its output appearing on the ‘jumbotron’ screen in the centre of the stadium.