VidOvation Launches Haivision PRO380 Enhanced HEVC Bonded Cellular System in USA – Save 65% in Cellular Data Costs – Best of Show NAB 2018
The Haivision PRO380 Series, the latest generation of Haivision’s highly portable video uplink system, is now available to customers in the U.S. and Canada. Packaging a best-in-class H.265/HEVC bonded cellular encoder and transmitter into a compact design, the PRO380 brings powerful bandwidth savings to live remote video production — delivering up to 30 percent savings in cellular data compared with other HEVC solutions on the market and up to 65 percent savings over H.264 uplink solutions.
One-of-a-Kind, Ultra-Low-Latency Links for Wireless Camera Systems https://www.vidovation.com/product/7-msec…
Broadcasters in the sports, live events, and newsgathering spaces — where the lowest possible delay is mandatory while preserving high video quality — are often hampered by high latency when using wireless camera systems. ABonAir’s one-of-a-kind wireless video links provide extremely low latency in a long-range, high-performance, broadcast-grade wireless system. In fact, ABonAir has achieved a remarkable 7-millisecond latency — something no other vendor has been able to achieve while maintaining broadcast quality and high reliability using industry-standard H.264 encoding.
ABonAir: 7-Millisecond Latency Using Industry-Standard H.264
Encoding Many live remote productions use wireless camera systems, but it’s difficult to control a camera from afar when latency puts you a few seconds behind the action. For example, in sports applications, when operators might be piloting a drone or controlling the iris of a remote camera, lag time in the wireless transmission interferes with the ability to keep the camera in focus with the proper exposure, which in turn negatively affects the quality. ABonAir’s flagship AB512™ and the AB507™ wireless video links overcome those technical challenges. Built on a bidirectional radio channel between transmitter and receiver, ABonAir’s wireless video links acknowledge the correct acceptance of each group of pixels, thus providing exceptionally robust and reliable transmission.