Upcoming Events

Come and join us in our conversation about video contribution and distribution systems.

NAB 2018 Guest Pass Code: LV3788

Date:  September 14-18, 2018

Location:  Stand 2.B31, Amsterdam RAI, Amsterdam NL

About:   At IBC2018, AVIWEST will demonstrate the latest enhancements to its live video contribution and distribution systems. AVIWEST’s advanced video contribution platform enables broadcasters to capture and deliver live 4K, HD, or SD video over multiple unmanaged IP networks, including bonded 4G/3G cellular, Wi-Fi, Ethernet, and satellite links.

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Date:  September 26-27, 2018

Location:  Hilton Baltimore BWI Airport – 1739 West Nursery Road, Linthicum Heights, MD 21090

About:   With ratings for news playing a key role in the overall financial health of local broadcast stations and networks, finding the right technology to attract viewers with the highest quality newscasts and digital products is more important than ever before. That has made the annual News Technology Summit a must-attend event for over a decade, with the 2018 event once again focusing on game-changing technologies that will give news organizations a competitive edge in their TV and digital operations.

AVIWEST is a world’s leading providers of video contribution uplink systems for live streaming over any kind of unmanaged IP networks including bonded cellular.

At AVIWEST, we are dedicated to helping our customers respond to present and future challenges by providing them with remote live newsgathering, remote and at-home production, full contribution and distribution solutions that are portable, cost-effective, and reliable while guaranteeing exceptional video quality from any location around the world.

Broadcast production teams are always looking for ways to contribute and distribute video between the field and master control. The traditional approach is to use an expensive telecom connection or dedicated satellite and fiber links. However, a far less costly alternative is to send video through the public internet or unmanaged networks. And the best part? The alternative is essentially free! This alternative approach is already helping major broadcast networks across the United States save money.

Using AVIWEST proprietary Safestreams technology, you can bond any combination of IP links to transport your video in a reliable way while using public, unmanaged cellular, satellite, WiFi or landline connections.

 


Meet VidOvation at SVG TransSPORT Summit

Date:    October 16, 2018

Location:  Microsoft Technology Center, 11 Times Square (between 41st & 42nd Streets on 8th Ave.), New York, NY 10036

About:   Come and join VidOvation at SVG’s annual TranSPORT conference return to the Microsoft Technology Center on Oct. 16 for a day of networking and sessions focused on the current state of sports-content contribution, exchange, and distribution. TranSPORT will address the industry’s most pressing issues, including the current state of the fiber- and satellite-transmission sectors, the potential impact of ATSC 3.0, the upcoming launch of 5G mobile services, the explosion of OTT streaming, 4K and HDR delivery, the growing use of IP and bonded-cellular technologies, the growth of at-home-production workflows, and much more.

 


Meet AVIWEST & VidOvation at NAB NY Show 2018: Booth N355

Date:    October 17-18, 2018 NAB NY

Location:  Javits Convention Center in NYC.

About:   Come and join AVIWEST & VidOvation in Booth N819 for a quick conversation. Tell us about your projects and any issues you may be facing. See the latest Live Video Contribution & Distribution via bonded cellular, wireless, IP networks, and fiber optics.

 


Date:   Friday, 10/19/2018: 3:30 pm – 5:00 pm

Location:  Room: N264 Session Number: WFX02, Las Vegas Convention Center, Las Vegas, NV

About:   Production teams are always looking for ways to contribute and distribute video between the field and master control, or more specifically, a central church to remote congregations. The traditional approach is to use an expensive telecom connection or satellite circuit, but a far less costly alternative is to send video through the public Internet or unmanaged networks, which are practically free. This alternative approach is already helping major broadcast networks save money. So how can this same approach be applied in your large or mega church? This session will address the two overarching applications for this technology: 1) contributing/distributing video through the public internet, and 2) using the bonded cellular method to backhaul live video from the field (aka Main Church) synchronously during remote-integration productions. The churches that would benefit the most from this presentation would be those who need to be able to cost-effectively deliver live video and audio from a central location (main church) to multiple congregations in different locations.

 


Date:   November 14-15, 2018

Location:  Booth 109, Orange County Convention Center, Orlando, FL

About:   Why Attend WFX?  In over 12 years of serving churches, we have found that WFX’s team-based training moves churches forward faster and with more focus than any other means. Our curriculum provides an opportunity for church teams to learn and be inspired together. Many churches use their time at WFX as their annual planning retreat.

See the latest technology from VidOvation used today houses of worship.  VidOvation is a leading provider of video, audio, and data transmission, contribution and distribution systems for houses of worship.  Encompassing bonded cellular, wireless video, video streaming, video over IP, encoding, IPTV, and fiber-optic communications systems, VidOvation solutions improve video transmissions by removing the frustrations of signal loss, latency, interference, noise, and security issues. VidOvation excels in helping its clients integrate custom solutions into existing infrastructure, with the ability to satisfy almost any application or budget. The company applies proven expertise to the complete project life-cycle — from project consulting and management to engineering and design, to warranty and support.

In addition to VidOvation manufactured products, we also represent great brands such as ABonAir, AVIWEST, Black Magic Design, Cobalt Digital, MultiDyne Fiber, NewTek, Technicolor and more.

 


Date:   Thursday, 11/15/2018: 9:00 am – 9:45 am

Location:  Room TBD, Orange County Convention Center, Orlando, FL

About:   Today’s houses of worship are looking for cost-effective ways to communicate with the congregation beyond traditional printed bulletins. Churches are looking for affordable systems that will allow them to broadcast church services, events, and sermons to multiple worship locations, along with desktop computers, smartphones, tablets, and more. An IPTV distribution system empowers houses of worship to incorporate previously recorded programming, live broadcast feeds, and video-on-demand to increase the efficiency and scope of its communications. For example, a live video feed from a worship service can be distributed campus-wide across all available televisions and monitors, while simultaneously streamed via the public internet to satellite locations. When combined with digital signage capabilities such as full-screen messaging, overlays onto live video feeds, and ticker feeds, churches can deliver eye-catching and effective messaging to all of its congregation, church visitors, and more.

Learning Objectives

  • The benefits of an IPTV solution to on-site and multi-site worship locations
  • Successful design, set-up, and implementation of an on-site IPTV and digital signage solution
  • Cost-effective technologies needed to distribute a live video feed from your worship center to remote campus locations
  • How to stream an in-house live feed to the web and social media outlets such as Facebook and YouTube
  • How to identify red flags and avoid the top costly project mistakes

 


 

Meet VidOvation at the annual SVG Summit

Date:    December 10-11, 2018, 

Location:  The New York Hilton Midtown, New York, NY

SVG SummitAbout:  The SVG Summit this year will mark its 13th year as the place to be for those involved in any aspect of sports production, content creation, or distribution. Once again it will bring together more than 1,000 industry professionals from across the country and around the world for two full days of networking, panel discussions, and more!

VidOvation is a leading integrator of video, audio, and data transmission, contribution and distribution systems for sports, broadcast television, and live production. Encompassing bonded cellular, wireless video, video streaming, video over IP, encoding, IPTV, and fiber-optic communications systems, VidOvation solutions improve video transmissions by removing the frustrations of signal loss, latency, interference, noise, and security issues. VidOvation excels in helping its clients integrate custom solutions into existing infrastructure, with the ability to satisfy almost any application or budget. The company applies proven expertise to the complete project life-cycle — from project consulting and management to engineering and design, to warranty and support.

In addition to VidOvation manufactured products, we also represent great brands such as ABonAir, AVIWEST, Black Magic Design, Cobalt Digital, MultiDyne Fiber, NewTek, Technicolor and more.