07.19.2007 05:43 PM
Ross Video Gives Synergy Interface To CameraMan At WAWS
Ross Video announced that the Grass Valley CameraMan Robotic Camera at WAWS in Jacksonville, Florida, now has a direct interface with the Ross Synergy digital production switchers and OverDrive Integrated Production Control System.

“I really appreciate the extra effort that Ross put into getting this interface completed,” said Doug Crall, director of engineering, WAWS. “It allowed us to take advantage of the power of the Ross OverDrive system and will also save us money by protecting our investment in our cameras.”

Ross Video continues to extend its list of controllable devices. Version 6.1 of the Synergy switcher’s software includes the CameraMan update. Existing CameraMan installations can be integrated into new HD control rooms thanks to the change, protecting stations like WAWS from having to make unnecessary equipment updates when moving from SD to HD.

"We’re pleased to work with WAWS to ensure their facility has full device control with the OverDrive Integrated Production Control System and Synergy MD multi-definition production switcher," said David Ross, CEO, Ross Video. “Ross offers advanced integration with a long list of devices used in live production.”

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