Category Archives: Editorial Coverage

Raising the Bar in Goal-line Technology – CNBC Interview

As a solutions provider, we work with a multitude of industries. The sports industry only represents a small portion of the fields we serve. It just so happens that the sports industry has really reached out to us lately. They’re telling us of their fans disappointment in poor calls reliant on out-dated replay technology.

Sports are a tremendous piece of our culture and we get riled up over bad calls, especially in championship-type games. With VidOvation on the fore-front of goal-line technology, this issue may soon subside. This CNBC interview features controversy over recent calls in professional sports. The interview wraps up with Jim’s brief explanation of how the VidOvation In-Net GoalCam’s are renovating the goal verification and replay systems for the NHL.

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VidOvation Delivers Unsurpassed SD/HD Video Quality with New Dual-Channel, MPEG-4 Advanced Video Encoders

Below is VidOvation’s announcement of our new dual-channel MPEG-4 Encoder product line for the Broadcast, Corporate AV, and Government markets. The portable VEN-2200 and openGear card format VEN-5200 continue VidOvation’s mission to expand the market by providing technology typically only found in high-end broadcast quality systems at affordable price points. Please see the VidOvation TV Educational Downloads at http://vidovation.com/iptv-television-network-download-sm  

 

 

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VidOvation Showcases New Product Additions for its Broadcast, Corporate, and Government AV Product Lines at NAB 2013

Moving Video ForwardPress Contact:
Curtis Chan
Cognitive Impact
714.447.4993
curtis@cognitiveimpact.com
or pr@vidovation.com

For Immediate Release


VidOvation Showcases New Product Additions for its Broadcast, Corporate, and Government AV Product Lines at NAB 2013

Innovative IPTV, Webcasting, 60GHz wireless HD-SDI, and Fiber Optic Transport systems delivers broadcast quality audio/video at 1/3 the cost


Las Vegas, Nevada, April 3, 2013 – NAB Booth #:
N1307 – VidOvation, a leading technology provider of video and data communication systems to the broadcast television, sports, corporate audio-visual, and government markets, announced today that they will debut at NAB, as part of their expanded business strategy, a new line of product families for IPTV, Webcasting and Fiber Optic Transport designed to increase system performance and flexibility while dramatically reducing overall acquisition, implementation and support costs. The new product families include:

1)    The VidLink II-5 60GHz wireless video link system can be used in ad hoc or permanent installations and features zero frame delay, zero interference, uncompressed 1.5G HD-SDI video, 270Mb/s SD and DVB ASI, globally allocated unlicensed 60 GHz spectrum, no channel coding, ruggedized and water resistant enclosure, water resistant connections, and range for HD of 500m and SD greater than 1000m. Continue reading

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VidOvation Expands its Strategy to Bring Affordable, Broadcast Quality Audio and Video to the Corporate and Government Markets

Moving Video ForwardPress Contact:
Buzz Walker
Cognitive Impact
714.447.4993
buzz@cognitiveimpact.com
www.cognitiveimpact.com
or pr@vidovation.com

 For Immediate Release 

VidOvation Expands its Strategy to Bring Affordable, Broadcast Quality Audio and Video to the Corporate and Government Markets

Simplified Fiber Optic Transport Systems, IPTV, and Multi-camera Video Streaming over Wi-Fi, Wired, and Cellular Networks will be Showcased at NAB 2013

Irvine, CA, March 14, 2013 – VidOvation, a leading technology provider of video and data communication systems to the broadcast television and sports markets, announced today the expansion of their corporate strategy to bring their innovative broadcast expertise and technology to corporate AV and government customers at a system and implementation price point that will encourage early adoption from technology leaders and followers alike.

VidOvation’s expanded strategy will focus on three new technologies: 1) IPTV and Video-over-IP systems implemented in an open architecture to provide high end features, quality, and performance at a price point comparable to low end systems; 2) Webcasting and Video Streaming technology providing streaming and encoding for up to 4 cameras over Wi-Fi, wired, and cellular networks at 1/3 the implementation cost of competitive systems; and 3) Fiber optic transmission systems that are the price – performance leader and can connect to SD/HD-SDI, broadband, or RF networks. Continue reading

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Advances in wireless video streaming for remote infrastructure

How can the security industry better enable monitoring and servicing of remote infrastructure? One tool may be wireless and mobile video, both as live transmission and as recorded archives.

microNVR HauteSHOT Micro Portable Wireless Network Video Recorder

microNVR HauteSHOT Micro Portable Wireless Network Video Recorder

Firms large and small are focusing on mobile and edge systems as the next surveillance frontier. Some are pursuing display of video on cell phones and tablets; others on development of ‘smart’ wireless cameras, including sensors or analytic.  Relentless improvements in camera performance at lower cost are transforming that segment.

My colleagues and I focus on streaming video from multiple wireless sources over different radio frequencies. Advances in wireless streaming should enable further use of display and camera innovations.

What about access using public cellular networks? Today’s 3G and 4G networks reach many infrastructure sites, where wired connections may not be available. However, cellular networks do not behave anything like wired Internet connections.

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