CEO David Ross and other Ross executives took to the stage to announce the launch of several new products. David Ross also took the opportunity to laud some veterans who continue to innovate in the broadcast space, including his father John Ross and Nigel Spratling.
Furio SkyDolly has been designed with safety as a priority – the fully captive dolly cannot be derailed and comes with safety tethers for the payload and head.
CueScript showcase will include a complete Mac version of the software, further widening the accessibility of the system to Mac-based organisations.
Created in 2006, openGear is the industry standard platform of choice for modular signal processing equipment and was awarded a technical Emmy at the end of 2017.
EVERTZ.iO is a collection of on-demand and pay-as-you-go cloud native services for broadcast media customers.
Marshall Electronics introduces the new 24-inch V-R241-4K Master Confidence Monitor with a wide viewing angle that can display resolution inputs all the way up to 4K.
Fujifilm will present its revamped lineup of lenses including broadcast lenses, cinema lenses, 4K-compatible box-type broadcast zoom lens among other products.
Disguise will offer a preview of how the xR platform improves several aspects for Film and TV production, including talent immersion, interaction with CG elements, real lighting information on actors and real objects.
Vinten’s VR/AR solution for curved tracks supports Vizrt graphics and powerful new sequencing option for creating signature shots.
Based on the Kubernetes infrastructure, the NEA-CDN 5.0 range enables operators to meet peak traffic requirements by allowing operators to scale their infrastructure up or down as per demand.
The Grass Valley Creative Grading (GVCG) solution offers a fast, intuitive interface that removes complexity when adjusting images, freeing up shaders to focus on their creativity.
New solution streamlines delivery of captioned content to multiple platforms
ENCO’s WebDAD platform will highlight how broadcasters can take direct control of studio operations from a remote location with a web connection.
Macnica Technology will showcase its expanding VIPA product line and offer live demos of its SMPTE ST 2110 and NMOS network media switching solutions at the NAB show.