AVIWEST’S DMNG (DIGITAL MOBILE NEWS GATHERING)
ARE DESIGNED TO MAKE NEWSGATHERING EASIER THAN EVER
THE DIGITAL MOBILE NEWS GATHERING (DMNG PRO) SYSTEM WAS DESIGNED
TO BE AN EFFICIENT ALTERNATIVE TO THE DSNG TRUCK.
AVIWEST’s DMNG (Digital Mobile News Gathering) Using the system, broadcasters and other video professionals can flawlessly capture and broadcast live HD or SD video, leveraging available 3G/4G cellular wireless, Wi-Fi, Ethernet, and satellite networks.
In the broadcast industry, time is of the essence. To deliver breaking news and live events with speed and agility, broadcasters need portable, cost-effective, and reliable video solutions that can be used from any location around the world.
Video quality and efficiency are also important. As consumer demand for HD content increases, broadcasters require video solutions that enable the delivery of high-quality video content at the lowest possible bit rates over networks that may be congested or impacted by weather conditions.
AVIWEST’s DMNG systems are the perfect solution for broadcast and online media applications based on their compact design; increased flexibility, reliability, and affordability; and ability to provide clear video despite varying or poor network conditions.
AVIWEST Digital Mobile News Gathering
(DMNG PRO 180)system
The Digital Mobile News Gathering (DMNG PRO) system was
designed to be an efficient alternative to the DSNG truck. This
new concept is mainly based on the use of Thuraya IP &
Thuraya IP+ terminals, whether it is through Wi-Fi or wireline
facilities (ethernet). Optional bonding of two different
connections will allow for the “live” or delayed audio and
video streams to be successfully channeled from a distant area
(the DMNG PRO) to a reception point (the DMNG Studio).
Systems and 3G SIM cards can be rented in a day for
any short period of time,
thus reducing the logistics issues linked to the coverage of events from the edge of the world.
AVIWEST’S DMNG STREAMHUB RECEIVER (AviWest DMNG Studio), DECODER AND DISTRIBUTION PLATFORM
Video contribution system provider Aviwest is teaming up with content delivery services provider
Globecast with the deployment of Aviwest’s DMNG StreamHub receiver, decoder and distribution platform at Globecast’s Paris location. With StreamHub’s digital, mobile ENG application,
Aviwest and Globecast customers can share live HD video content with other broadcasters.
StreamHub supports a set of input IP protocols, allowing for the reception of up to 16 incoming streams from remote Aviwest DMNG Pro transmitters, DMNG smartphone apps, or third-party systems. Multiple output streaming protocols are also supported by the StreamHub platform. Up to 16 IP outputs can be used to enable re-streaming of video content over LAN or WAN to CDNs,
media servers, streaming platforms, IRDs, or other DMNG StreamHub platforms.