SVG College Summit Technology Showcase Preview, Part 1

Be sure to make the Technology Showcase Area part of your SVG College Summit plans!

At SVG’s College Summit, the Technology Showcase Area will include the latest gear for the college-sports-video market from 39 sponsoring companies. Read on for Part 1 of our SVG College Summit Technology Showcase Preview, and be sure to stop by the Technology Showcase Area at the Omni Hotel in Atlanta on May 31 and June 1!

Ross Sports solutions are used extensively by top stadium, event, and mobile-production organizations globally. The company combines the expertise, experience, systems, and services to meet the specialized needs of venues and productions. Ross equipment is designed to play well with others, integrating with existing technology.

Blackmagic Design will showcase URSA Broadcast, a professional camera for studio programming and live production; camera fiber converter and studio fiber converter, which transform standard connections into a single SMPTE hybrid electrical and fiber-optic cable; and ATEM Television Studio Pro 4K live-production switcher with integrated hardware control panel.

Calrec’s compact Brio and Summa consoles are broadcast-ready with no compromises or workarounds. The new RP1 offers cost-effective remote production using traditional transport mechanisms and AES67. DiGiCo’s S31 builds on the power and flexibility of the S21, adding a screen and 10 more faders. The SD9 with Stealth Core 2 offers 96 channels, 48 output buses, 12×8 matrix, 154 multiband dynamic options, and 154 dynamic EQs.

Canon U.S.A. is a leading provider of consumer, business-to-business, and industrial digital imaging solutions to the United States and to Latin America and the Caribbean markets. Canon U.S.A. is committed to the highest level of customer satisfaction and loyalty, providing 100% U.S.-based service and support for all of the products it distributes in the United States.

Grass Valley is focused on empowering customers to create, control, and connect content wherever, however, and whenever it is consumed. Many of Grass Valley’s customers are faced with the need to create and support new workflows while continuing to operate their legacy workflows, simultaneously broadcasting through traditional channels, OTT platforms, and Video-On-Demand, as well as to tablets, PCs, and mobile devices.

Quantum is a global expert in workflow-optimized storage technologies and solutions. Its StorNext 6, a leading collaborative content-production and archive platform, combines performance, low-cost capacity, and easy access for content creators ranging from collegiate athletics to professional leagues.

Your content’s valuable; maximizing its potential is priceless. Sony’s Media Backbone NavigatorX is the powerful yet affordable content-management and workflow solution that’s a perfect fit for today’s small and medium-size production environments. It orchestrates all phases of content workflow: from ingest, catalog, and editing to review, approvals, distribution, and archive.

Since 1993, AJA Video has been a leading manufacturer of video interface technologies, converters, digital video recording solutions, and professional cameras, bringing high-quality, cost-effective products to the professional broadcast, video, and postproduction markets. AJA products are designed and assembled at its facilities in Grass Valley, CA, and sold through an extensive sales channel of resellers and systems integrators around the world.

AJT Systems will be demonstrating its LiveBook GFX with the new Sport Apps 3.0 version featuring an all-new user interface, optimized for live production workflow. Full, turnkey ESPN graphics packages are included in all LiveBook GFX systems for schools and production companies broadcasting with ESPN3/ESPN+.

Aldea will showcase an innovative live-video solution that augments the fan experience at sports events. Fans can watch live action from multiple camera angles, rewind, pause, and view in slow motion. The solution can also be used by sports professionals to manage concussion protocols.

Drop by Avid’s booth to see how Maestro | Live can help you produce more dynamic and meaningful sports content that follows every second of the action. And discover how FastServe | Live Edit accelerates production, so you can instantly turn around game highlights, replays, and recaps to keep fans engaged.

ChyronHego will show off its fan-engagement and coaching tools. Click Effects PRIME: Graphics authoring and display for venue-based live presentations handles any canvas size, any number of outputs, and any resolution. Sports FX Engine is an all-in-one, multipurpose, multisport graphics solution. Coach Paint virtual video telestration playbook grabs and keeps the athlete’s attention.

A high-level broadcast at any sports venue requires moving audio, video, data, and intercom between the booth and the truck quickly and without fail. COMduit from Clear-Com provides a compact audio/video transport solution that integrates into any venue with ease, offering reliability and simplicity in one solution.

Silicon Valley-based Cloudian is a file- and object-storage company specializing in 100%-native S3 API storage systems. Its HyperStore object-based platform provides limitless scalability to help enterprises deal with the explosive growth of unstructured data affordably and easily; its HyperFile extends object-storage capabilities to file storage.

Comrex will feature LiveShot, which delivers high-quality, low-latency video and audio over a range of IP networks, and is capable of providing two-way media simultaneously. LiveShot excels even over challenging connections. Comrex will also showcase EarShot IFB, a hardware-based system that provides telephone-based live studio program and IFB audio to field-based remote broadcasts.

CP will be showcasing its Red House streaming solutions with the mobile viewpoint multicam M encoder and decoder and the bonded-cellular agile Airlink solutions. Wave Central will feature the latest edition of its Axis Series wireless, featuring the high-frame-rate, slo-mo camera, based on the LDX-86-XS camera.

EVS, a leader in live video production technology, will showcase its award-winning unified production system X-ONE and DYVI, its live production switcher that bolsters creative power.

FX Design Group offers in-house, turnkey broadcast-design solutions for sports, entertainment, education, and news. The company’s services include set design, motion-graphics design, AR/VR design, set fabrication, and lighting design and equipment. With it all under one roof, every aspect of your project can be handled in-house by FX Design Group’s team of experts.

Ikegami is showing its new HDK-99 3G-capable fully digital 3-CMOS HDTV portable camera. It features three 2.6-megapixel high-performance CMOS image sensors for superb picture quality capable of capturing Full HD 1920×1080 resolution. HLG (hybrid log gamma) mode is featured on the HDK-99, conforming to the ITU-R BT.2100 international standard for HDR.

Joseph Electronics provides solutions that connect control rooms or remote-production trucks to nearly any place on campus, in the venue, or across the globe. The company designs and manufactures tailored products to suit your specific needs. It also fabricates fiber- and copper-cable assemblies and provides broadcast and A/V equipment and supplies.

Part 2 will run in tomorrow’s newsletter.

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