A range of broadcast systems planning, design, installation, commissioning and post-installation support capabilities is being showcased at IBC2015, with several ATG Danmon officials on stand to discuss what the company has recently accomplished for its customers.
Systems integration projects currently in progress or recently completed include playout facilities for Trinity Broadcasting Network UK and Europe and a playout system for a major playout service provider on behalf of a Middle East based media and entertainment organisation.
In the ingest area, ATG Danmon is discussing a file-based ingest, transcoding and quality-control system for Arqiva and an ingest and transcoding system for a broadcast production facility in Ireland. Other recent projects profiled on stand include an archive quality control system upgrade for a European national and international public service broadcaster, a transcoding and file playout system for ABS Broadcast in the UK, and a 50-channel broadcast media compliance system for a Middle East transmission service authority.
“ATG Danmon has a long history of success in designing and delivering systems that match each customer’s current business level while being easily scalable to accommodate additional channels or new content delivery platforms,” said managing director Russell Peirson-Hagger. “With 4K on the horizon and the introduction of 8K just a few years away, the need for format flexibility in system design is becoming more important than ever.”
In addition to discussing its systems integration role and projects, ATG Danmon is also promoting third-party products which the company offers as a distributor. These include the Dalet AmberFin range of broadcast file management tools, plus the latest Vidcheck software for automated quality control and correction of file-based video and audio.