Future-thinking solutions16 February 2017
Dalet Digital Media Systems will be kicking off the New Year with new product launches and ‘future-thinking broadcast solutions’ at BVE 2017. Designed to help facilities and operators maximise production efficiencies across departments and operations, the Dalet Galaxy Workflow Engine automates a combination of user tasks and media services such as ingest, logging, editing, transcoding, wrapping, file transfers and file-based QC from a single platform. The Workflow Designer interface lets administrators model business processes by drag and dropping from a palette of stencils that span user tasks and notifications, media and metadata services, gateways and timeout and error management.
Also on show at the London ExCeL will be the Dalet Report Center, which is designed to provide executives, content managers and system administrators with relevant data insights that allow them to identify and replicate editorial success, effectively address new revenue streams based on more in depth analysis of audience data, better use talent based on productivity, and optimise the provisioning of technical infrastructures.
“Transitioning to an open, agile, unified and orchestrated framework is the common denominator we clearly see in the technology investments of most of our customers, which ever segment of our industry they are in,” said Arnaud Elnecave, vice president of marketing, Dalet.
“The Dalet Galaxy platform offers a perfect foundation for this transition, combining an advanced Workflow Engine with the industry renowned MAM capabilities, a comprehensive set of powerful user tools and a wide ecosystem of connected partner technologies.”
The company will also show off the Dalet Galaxy-based Radio, which it claims takes broadcasters ‘beyond the span of their transmitters to deliver a next generation radio experience’. The solution features ‘traditional’ robust and proven applications like Dalet OnAir automation and Dalet Galaxy core multimedia asset manager, as well as latest generation tools like Dalet OneCut multitrack desktop editor, bi-directional exchange with social platforms and connectors to new partner technologies for multi-camera visual radio production including graphics.