Supplier of broadcast infrastructure Axon Digital Design has returned to IBC this September to showcase its latest 4K products and highlight the success of Cerebrum, its broadcast control and monitoring software.
With IP and the next generation of standards a critical industry focus, Axon is also using the event to discuss its work in S2022 and deliver a proof of concept to demonstrate an Ethernet AVB backbone working effectively in a production environment.
Axon is showcasing Cerebrum, its customisable control and monitoring system, designed for mobile production, news and studio live production, master control and remote production.
Cerebrum’s advanced functionality and broad range of features simplifies multi-device monitoring and control onto one easy to use interface, Axon stated. It supports a wide range of devices from different manufacturers – including routers, production switchers, servers, receiver decoders, multiviewers and waveform monitors – using either simple network management protocol (SNMP) or third party protocols.
At IBC, the Axon team is also highlighting recent installs of Cerebrum such as News UK’s broadcast facilities in London, as well as Metro TV, Indonesia’s first 24-hour news channel. The team are also showing how Cerebrum supported mobile production for last summer’s major sporting events. These included The Open golf, The US Open tennis at Flushing Meadows and Timeline’s 4K production of BT Sports UEFA Champions League coverage.
Avon Digital Design 10.A21/B21