AVIWEST is to launch its DMNG Manager, a server application that enables users to monitor and manage a fleet of digital mobile newsgathering (DMNG) equipment, including DMNG transmitters, smartphones – using the DMNG APP – and DMNG Studio receivers.
Through a web-based user interface operators can allocate resources and route live video content for transmission over 3G/4G cellular wireless, Wi-Fi, Ethernet, and satellite networks from anywhere in the world.
Through DMNG Manager’s geo-location feature, operators can identify the exact location of every field unit. The device also indicates the realtime system and performance of all devices in the DMNG ecosystem so that operators are aware of resource availability.
Using the DMNG Manager, operators can remotely set up and configure field units in just a few steps. The device is designed to speed up a broadcaster's operations by enabling operators to push a configuration file to several field units simultaneously. It can also be used as a central tool to manage firmware updates of the field units, and provides access to the web page of every connected field unit and receiver.
“The DMNG Manager transforms remote newsgathering, enabling broadcasters and video professionals to manage and control hundreds of devices with a single tool,” commented Erwan Gasc, CEO, AVIWEST.
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