Axon Hits BVE Floor To Showcase Cortex, SynView, Synapse, TRACS2
At BVE in London from Feb. 15-17, Axon (Booth G40, Earls Court 2) will feature live presentations and demonstrations of Cortex monitoring and control software, SynView multiviewer, Synapse modular interfaces, and 3rd generation compliance recording system TRACS2.
Cortex, Axon’s monitoring and control software will feature the latest developments with customer-definable User Interface for control and monitoring of Axon and third-party products, with Router Control, SNMP functionality and with the redundant server option.
Axon’s multiviewer system SynView, part of the Synapse range, is now also available with DVI and VGA inputs, with output resolution up to 1920×1200. Audio bar graphs, multiple Tally and UMD OSD are included as standard. Synview will accept LTC, VITC and NTP for multiple analogue or digital clock displays. SynView is a modular system; every card has its own CPU so is fast to boot and may be used stand-alone. Additional cards may easily be added to expand an existing system. SynView may be easily re-configured using our Cortex control and monitoring applications.
Axon recently released 4 new Synapse modules: two audio shufflers (GAF500 and GAF900), a dual channel ASI/DVB monitor (ASI10) and a triple mode 16 channel I/O-card for Synapse Quad Speed applications (DIO88). Also part of the Synapse system is the G3D100 3D processor, a low latency, dual-channel (stereoscopic) module with specific 3D functions; horizontal and vertical flip on either input for 3D mirror rigs, plus left and right ‘eye’ signal squeeze to present combined anamorphic side-by-side images in a single stream. The unit has recently been enhanced with 2D to 3D conversion. The module has been used for various 3D demo transmissions in Europe, Middle East and the US.
TRACS2, Axon’s 3rd generation compliance and recording system will be on display with the new HD input feature.