03.13.2006 04:15 PM
Volicon offers new media monitoring system


The Observer UNO uses Volicon’s proprietary video processing technology to allow a large number of users simultaneous access to live and archived content on local networks and the Internet.
Volicon, a provider of video monitoring, recording, archiving, and streaming products, has announced the Observer UNO, a new version of its Observer media monitoring system designed especially for single-channel environments.

UNO uses Volicon’s video processing technology to allow a large number of users simultaneous access to live and archived content on local networks and the Internet. Users can log their own and competitors’ broadcasts, as well as retrieve and analyze video clips with metadata, locally or remotely. At 1RU, it takes up a smaller footprint than the traditional Observer and provides 30 (versus 180) maximum days of storage.

The process of searching for, recording, editing, and delivering news updates, which used to take hours to complete, can been reduced to minutes. In addition to UNO, Volicon will introduce version 2.0 of the Observer software at NAB2006.

For more information, visit www.volicon.com.

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