Dorna Sports, the exclusive television rights holder of the FIM MotoGP World Championship, and Tata Communications are working together to on a cloud-based remote production model, which aims to increase the number of video signals from 60 to 110 – some in ultra-low latency.
The remote production capabilities, combined with the global video content delivery network, will also enable increased remote broadcasting of live track action, supporting the increased sustainability and long-term environmental objectives of MotoGP and Dorna Sports as both continue to work together on technological solutions, said Tata.
Dorna Sports will continue to employ Tata Communications media edge services in order to deliver races to viewers’ screens in just a few tenths of a second, added the company.
Tata Communications and Dorna are also working together to leverage Private LTE deployment at race tracks to manage wireless camera feeds in low latency.
Manel Arroyo, chief commercial officer, Dorna Sports, said, “Tata Communications has been pivotal in enabling us to bring immersive live race action to our millions of fans around the world. Together, we’ve pushed the boundaries of innovation in sports broadcasting, increasingly bringing our global fans closer to their favourite sport
“With this renewed collaboration, we trust Tata Communications to help us take the fan experience even further, using cutting edge technology to deliver an incredible experience for fans at home, which is as enthralling as watching the races on tracks.”