The AdderLink XDIP is a TV Technology Product Innovation awards 2016 winner. AV over IP: Easily and flexibly extend real-time control to your computing resources.
In command-and-control working environments, time is of the essence. When operators are with 911 responses, they have only minutes, if not seconds, to view, assess and act. More specifically, a 911 dispatcher must quickly determine where the situation occurred and whom to send to help. With an estimated 240 million 911 calls made each year...
Paul Brayfinds the increasing complexity of AV systems means that management and control of an organisation's AV estate is becoming a top priority.
Il settore broadcast, dei media e dell’intrattenimento sta adottando in modo crescente le piattaforme IP nei flussi di lavoro. Dalle fasi di ingest, processamento e storage, l’adozione dell’IP si sta allargando agli ambiti della gestione dei media e della distribuzione.
It is rapidly becoming essential for sports fans to be able to communicate with each other through social media, access club and brand sponsored applications and keep an eye on results of other mathes while attending a sporting occasion. Sports clubs, particuarly football, recognise and act on this...
Broadcast is an industry that demands flexibility. Whether it’s trying to stay one step ahead of consumer viewing behaviours or producing a fast-paced live sports broadcast, there’s an ever-increasing need for an adaptable infrastructure, and IP is playing an increasingly important role in making this a reality.
AV over IP takes centre stage at InfoComm, declared Installation in June 2016 at the close of this year's InfoComm exhibition in Las Vegas. AV over IP products from Atlona, AptoVision, AMX and Crestron were among those highlighted - but they were just the tip of the iceberg of the next-generation solutions unveiled.
The control room forms the heart of operations in a number of industries, from traffic control and rail networks to power management and broadcasting. While the specific applications within those industries differ, the central importance of the control room remains the same.
Control rooms have grown from simple monitoring stations into interactive hubs where associates in the field can send video feeds, photographs and data back. Natasha Laslett reviews how this technology can meet the evolving needs of the airports and air traffic control centres.