LTS Showcase Preview: A Roundup of Exhibitor Offerings, Part 3
The 2011 League Technology Summit is fast approaching, and SVG will have more exhibitors on the Technology Showcase floor than ever before. Leading up to LTS, SVG is highlighting the new products and latest technologies that will be on display at the New York Hilton Dec. 13.
Bexel will offer attendees a closer look at leading camera systems and audio- and lighting-technology solutions for the sports-broadcast industry and will demonstrate technology essentials for sports broadcasts.
The Calrec Hydra2 features plug-and-play architecture that enables consoles to be connected via their routers, with a single connection between routers providing 512 audio signals (digital, analog, MADI) in both directions and enormous network expansion.
The Camera Corps Q-Ball is an ultra-compact, remotely controlled camera with an integral 10x zoom optical lens and smooth-accelerating pan/tilt motors housed in a robust and fully weatherproof 115-mm-diameter aluminum sphere.
The latest addition to the company’s comprehensive range of multichannel audio-monitoring units, TSL’s PAM1-3G8 is now complemented by PAM2-3G16, featuring dual high-resolution OLED screens, 16 channels, and optional Dolby decoding.
Contact: Lee Estroff, 770-448-3000, Lestroff@bexel.com
Ericsson will showcase its flexible and scalable news gathering product, the Voyager II Multi-Format Integrated DSNG, which provides maximum flexibility, performance, and interoperability while delivering the best return on investment to operators and service providers. In addition to offering both SD and HD MPEG 2 and MPEG 4 AVC, the versatile platform now adds support for JPEG 2000.
Ikegami will display the HiMotion II super-slo-mo HD camera. A cooperative development with NAC Image Technology – a leader in advanced imaging and motion-analysis systems – Ikegami’s HiMotion II system features a three-CMOS sensor camera head with built-in memory, delivering greater-than-10-times speed (10x) for thrilling super-slow-motion playback of HD sports action. This dual-format 1080i/720p camera features parallel live and replay feeds for use as both a “traditional” portable/field HD camera and super-slo-mo camera that can work side-by-side with other Ikegami HD cameras on sports trucks to deliver the visuals today’s HDTV that sports viewers demand.
Contact: Teri Zastrow, director of sales and marketing, 201-368-9171, Tzastrow@Ikegami.com
Panasonic will showcase the AG-3DP1 3D twin-lens P2 HD shoulder-mount camcorder, the AGHPX3100 P2 HD camcorder, the HDC-Z10000 Compact, Twin-Lens 2D/3D Handheld Camcorder, the AG-HPX250 P2 handheld with AVC-Intra, the AG-AC160 AVCCAM HD handheld camcorder, the AG-HPD24 3D-Ready P2 Portable recorder, the TH-50BT300U 50-in. professional HD Plasma display, the BT-LH910 9-in. LCD production monitor with 3D assist functions, the AW-HE120 3MOS PTZ camera, the BT-L2150 21.5-in. LCD production monitor, and BT-L1500 15.4-in. WXGA LCD production monitor.
Contact: Carter Hoskins, director, vertical market business development, 770-619-1779, firstname.lastname@example.org
Tata Communications delivers specific communications and asset management solutions for the media and entertainment industries. Key offerings include Mosaic, an advanced cloud-based media asset management platform, CDN, and Video Connect, for real time broadcast of video globally over Tata Communications’ dedicated network.
The company’s integrated solutions enhance video production, post-production, broadcasting, and aggregation, enabling the media and entertainment supply value chain to better manage content and cut delivery timelines. Tata Communications’ unique value proposition reduces production costs by accelerating collaboration, increasing productivity through faster delivery, and monetizing content across devices, platforms, and geographies. Our global network spans mature markets and growing emerging market economies, offering flexible utilization of production facilities to customers worldwide.
Vizrt creates leading-edge content-production tools for the digital-media industry — from award-winning 3D graphics and maps through integrated video-workflow solutions and online-publishing tools. The company proposes a new vision for content creation, management, and delivery with an end-to-end solution from conception to multiformat distribution. Vizrt will be demonstrating its Multi-touch Interactive Graphics for broadcast, asset management, and mobile solutions as well as Vizrt’s integration with LiberoVision’s sports-analysis tools.
Contact: David Delaplain, regional sales manager, 646-746-0046, email@example.com
The League Technology Summit will feature Technology Showcases from all aspects of the sports production and technology industry. To read about additional exhibitor offerings, CLICK HERE. For a complete list of exhibiting companies, CLICK HERE.