Thanks for coming to meet Azimuth Soft at NATEXPO 2019
At NATEXPO 2019 Azimuth Soft in a partnership with BRAM Technologies turned the spotlight on to its latest server-based innovative solutions for broadcasters, media companies, content producers, commercial networks, operators and government organizations to better create, collaborate, control and meet the today’s challenges.
NATEXPO 2019 was held from November 5-7 in Moscow where the visitors to our stand could experience solutions for Playout Automation, NRCS and Live Production: AutoPlay, NewsHouse and Studio X with completely new features.
AutoPlay, a broadcast automation system which is available in various modifications. Based on the A-MAM system it provides multi-server, multi-channel and multi-format playout 24/7/365 with studio equipment control and full redundancy possibilities. NATEXPO 2019 saw the latest features in it’s playout functionality, including the ability to insert teletext and subtitles. And a new advanced graphics software module to enhance channel branding.
NewsHouse, a robust solution which is suitable for news production from planning to broadcast in digital format with a great set of functions in a single interface. It is available for various type of users. It’ s functionality includes managing rundowns, as well as script preview from the single interface. Users can employ a built-in editor or integrate it with third party NLE systems. Visitors to our stand could experience an advanced graphics software module TitleStation Mix.
Studio X, a system for multichannel record, playback and monitoring can find application in studio and OB-Vans. It comprises the most demanding functions for multicamera shooting and the further NLE operation; media’ editing and playback in process of ingest. It can also be easily integrated in a broadcasting or production workflow. The system saw a new opportunity: real time quality of audio and video signals monitoring.
NATEXPO 2019 highlighted
- Powerful software module Teletext & Subtitle Suite to insert teletext & subtitles
- Advanced graphics software module TitleStation Mix to manage and playout graphics
Maria Lebedeva, Head of Automation Systems Group from VGTRK’s Regional Production Department talked about NewsHouse’s competitive edge, features of implementation and difficulties VGTRK faced when transfering into NewsHouse.
Our very own Egor Usanin from Technical Support made a keynote speech about a new web platform News feeds ingest module NewsWeb which is aimed to facilitate content distribution through Internet.
Sergey Efimov, Regional Production Department Director from VGTRK made a report about a competition for youth «The First Step», aimed at revealing the most comprehensive projects in TV and radio industries. He talked about the experience, the key principals of organizing the events like this and the great impact they have on the youth and the whole industry.
“Today’s broadcasters must compete with each other, meet tight budgets and deadlines, maximize the value of their assets and optimize businesses, so broadcast automation technologies must work more efficient,” said Sergey Vanyukov, CEO at BRAM Technologies. And Alexander Petin, CEO at Azimuth Soft added: “We keep up to date. We constantly improve the existing products for playout automation, live production, NRCS. We also focus on new products development to exceed customer expectations. Thank for all the visitors for having the opportunity to introduce technology advances and making the event success».
About Azimuth Soft
We are committed to creating and implementing state-of-the art TV broadcast automation solutions to ensure our customers are empowered with smart and scalable technology. Our goal is to enable our customers perform better and grow as the industry evolves. From a business standpoint, we have a history of having the ability to identify unique customer needs and to design solutions and provide technical support which solve those needs, along with consistent excellent quality. But our vision is not simply about great products, it is more a reflection of the kind of future we all want to live and work.