07/30/2012, 12:29PM
Drift Innovation opens U.S. office
The new Drift office is located in Vail, CO, where Drift’s North American director and point-of-view camera market veteran John Rounds will oversee operations.
The Cinegy workflow installed at TNV includes eight Cinegy Ingest stations for tape-based ingest and 80 concurrent Cinegy Desktop licenses for journalists and editorial staff.
The multi-sport asset management system based on Dalet Enterprise Edition employed by Turner Sports is being considered for the honor in the content management category.
Mariner xVu reduces operational costs for multiscreen TV networks by providing tools for managing TV quality.
The company also will display its new standalone media asset management tools that can run in any environment.
SHOUT lets broadcasters add social media commentary to live broadcasts, and ENGAGE adds viewer interactivity, such as voting.
An ID stamp on uplink signals announced at IBC2011 has progressed with operators, vendors and broadcasters since last year’s event in time to reduce potential interference of DVB satellite transmissions from the Olympics.
Gallium maximizes sharing across multiple channels, reducing workload and resource requirements.
The Vithal VHF range features of up to 30 percent efficiency for any VHF digital broadcasting application.

Vislink will make the European debut of its Advent Mantis “MSAT” Man portable data terminal and introduce a new HD micro camera from Gigawave at IBC2012.

MSAT is a highly portable tri-band satellite antenna system specifically designed for ease of use and rapid deployment. At only 27.5lbs, the Advent MSAT can be carried by one person. The system’s fully integrated design allows setup in minutes from arrival to satellite acquisition, making it well suited for rapid-deployment field applications.

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