Broadcast Solutions has announced it will showcase its system integration expertise and a selection of new products at the Media Production and Technology Show (stand L232) from 11-12 May 2022 at the Olympia, London.
The Media Production and Technology Show is now the leading event for media and broadcast professionals in the UK.
On the stand, Broadcast Solutions UK will discuss its complete systems integration portfolio.
Broadcast Solutions is one of Europe’s largest OB van manufacturers but also develops projects for TV studios, MCRs, NCRS, Video Assistant Referee solutions, sports venue media infrastructure, virtual studio and remote production and IP-based production solutions.
Additionally, Broadcast Solutions will show the latest features of hi – human interface, the company’s broadcast and media control tool.
Since its launch in 2019, hi has experienced a lot of attention and affection from the broadcast world. During this short period, it is already at the heart of many installations in OB vans, studios, MCRs, theatres, or corporate facilities.
hi is the first intuitive control software for AV media – the perfect link between man and machine.
In contrast to awkward, overloaded systems, hi is as simple as its name suggests, offering complete cutting-edge cross-platform control and usability options for contemporary user interfaces on smartphones, tablets, laptops, etc.
Experience the latest upgrades to the system, such as full NMOS integration, auto-discovery or plug&play workflows.
Also on display is Broadcast Solutions’ second development, meshLINK, a state-of-the-art video encoding, full-duplex IP and Mesh networking solution, encoding and streaming 2 HD or 1 4K sources simultaneously.
meshLINK represents the latest developments in RF technology on the one hand and breakthroughs in ultra-low latency UHD HEVC encoding on the other, combined in one product.
Adding radios to the network results in a self-healing, self-forming wireless mesh network, offering up to 100 Mbit data throughput on only one frequency.
Additionally, the company represents virtual studio solutions by Zero Density.
The Zero Density portfolio offers the complete solution for virtual productions and consists of state-of-the-art virtual studios and the AR platform ‘Reality’, enabling the best possible photorealistic composite output.
The Reality Suite is the ultimate complete package for real-time production in virtual studios.
The Unreal Engine Native ‘Reality’ is the real-time broadcast compositing software that combines video I/O, keying, compositing and rendering in a single engine and has its integrated keying technology, the ‘Reality Keyer’.
The RealityHub control tool simplifies the connection of all components and automation and workflow integration via a single tool.
Broadcast Solutions is the distribution partner for Dream Chip Technologies, which develops and manufactures the world’s smallest fully integrated professional 2K and 4K SDI cameras: the ATOM one 2k and ATOM one 4k.
Both are smaller than action cams, but with all the professional features broadcasters expect. DCT also delivers high-speed cameras, real-time flicker removal, and 4G/LTE video streaming solutions to the broadcast market. The latest product is the Atom one SSM500.
The most miniature high-speed broadcast camera is fully IP-capable, can shoot 500 fps in HDR, and comes with internal storage for 60 sec/500 fps.
In combination with CyanView IP RCP units, Dream Chip cameras can be controlled nearly everywhere and included in any broadcast workflow or TV production.