07.04.2007 08:00 AM
Abit develops new user interface for automation workstations

Abit has announced that its next generation of automation workstations providing enhanced operational features, including scalable timelines, is now available to run on the Linux OS and will be demonstrated at IBC2007.

The workstation has been designed to allow users to configure both the control functions and display windows to meet their existing or new workflow from a physical workstation level and on predefined user privileges. The workstation compliments the systems strategy to merge the broadcast elements and file structures for easier operation and to simplify familiarization of the user interface from both a broadcast and IT perspective.

For more information, visit www.abit.co.uk.



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