Mobile Broadcasting from Global Events

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Mobile Broadcasting from Global Events

There is a range of tools available to broadcast events, enabling those remotely to enjoy and to learn from the experience. In some cases, it’s possible to affix static cameras at key points, with the ability to zoom, scan and live stream. However, to have the ability to move with the event, the most optimal solutions are mobile cameras. These can go where the action is, rather than waiting for the action to be visible on fixed CCTV cameras.

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Transmit high quality live streaming video quickly and efficiently to the editorial suite at the broadcast station via the cellular 3G, 4G or Wi-Fi networks using H265 and our RASCOW bonded technology. More efficient and reliable than traditional H.264 solutions.

When Full HD is the standard

When Full HD is the standard

"There are many instances where broadcasting on a regular basis at full HD quality is desired. This includes concerts, festivals and even church services for those who are unable to attend in person. This allows different religious faiths to reach a much larger audience. The ability to go live with the services, have a much greater impact on attendance and viewing figures. Sadly, the unique Live Aid doesn’t look like it will be repeated, nowadays live performers gain extra revenue by selling broadcasting rights to their live shows. This allows the artist to reach new and wider audiences and increase their earnings from a single performance.

Festivals are often at the mercy of the weather and camping facilities. Many prefer to view the performers from the comfort of a warm, dry house with friends. The ability to watch the performances in comfort, and with perfect viewing angles, which are inevitably better than your own private view from the field."

Educational broadcasting with live interaction

Educational broadcasting with live interaction

Educational broadcasting / Distance learning with live interaction. We can learn from a wide range of skills by watching them be put into place live. For example, pioneering surgery can be streamed to teaching hospitals around the world. They are able to see and apply these and other techniques based on the recommendations. From rocket launching to bridge construction, to home-schooling for sick children, live streaming allows you to learn and question as the lesson unfolds before your eyes.