Wireless HD SDI by VidOvation Provides Best Shot of Goal-Line

NHL In-Net GoalCam’s rely on VidOvation’s 60 GHz Wireless HD SDI goal-line technology.

You may have seen it in the news, the incredible Anton Stralman goal-line save of game four in the NHL finals. This play may have been a determining factor whether the Rangers would be swept by the Kings. These crucial moments of play are what has led sports to the climactic level they’ve reached in entertainment media. It is an absolute necessity to have these high quality shots on the goal-line even if that means using alternative technologies. The NHL choose to bring in a solution from VidOvation. The In-net GoalCam’s use 60 GHz Wireless HD SDI to transport video seamlessly back to headquarters. From their, the feed can either be used for sports officiating purposes or as a beautiful shot of the goal-line on the networks. Sports fans are loving shots like the one seen below.

Jim Jachetta Goal-Line 60 GHz Wirless NHL Final Shot

Goal-line technology is vital for two major reasons:

  1. Sports fans demand calls be made correctly.
  2. Great goal-line view’s heighten entertainment!

Just take a look at the shot captured below. It illustrates precisely what is so great about using 60 GHz Wireless HD SDI Video Transmission!

If your are currently seeking out alternatives such as HD SDI Wireless Video for your project, give us a call, we’d love to help you! We also have a great whitepaper on the NHL’s project here.

About Troy Harrington

Troy runs the marketing operations at VidOvation. He guides the marketing team towards educating clients in a complex industry.

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