IMT VISLINK TO SHOWCASE ITS PREMIUM WIRELESS CAMERA SOLUTIONS FOR LIVE SPORTING EVENTS AT THE 2018 SVG SUMMIT
Will Lead a Workshop Session on Using HDR (High Dynamic Range)
Imaging to Expand the Fan Experience
NEW YORK, DECEMBER 6, 2018 — IMT Vislink will be showcasing its class-leading wireless camera solutions for live sporting events at the 2018 SVG (Sports Video Group) Summit on December 10-11 at the New York Hilton Midtown Hotel. IMT Vislink will be displaying products from its range of high-quality wireless camera transmitters at stand 38, including HCAM 4K, MicroLite 2, IMTDragonFly, and Clip-On 4, which have been engineered for demanding live sporting events and entertainment applications.
In addition to its product display, IMT Vislink will be sponsoring a panel session at the SVG Venue Production Workshop titled The Great Debate: Is HDR the Future of In-Venue Video? This panel will bring together leading firms in in-venue video production to discuss the role that HDR imaging plays in the sports-venue space. The Vislink HCAM 4K ships HDR-ready, ensuring that event operators can support both current and future technologies. David Edwards, IMT Vislink Product Manager, will be a featured participant on the panel.
“IMT Vislink has a history of being at the forefront of 4K wireless camera systems and was the first to provide these solutions to sports broadcasting professionals worldwide,” says Jeff Daubert, field integration manager, IMT Vislink. “Our innovative line of high-performance wireless camera systems provides broadcasters with the ability to go places and do things that were never possible before, both out in the field and covering live broadcast events. SVG is the leading sports production and video technology organization, making it the ideal forum for us to share our technology innovations and interact directly with the user community.”
IMT Vislink’s wireless video technology has been trusted to cover some of the most challenging and high-profile international sporting events for decades, including the World Cup, London Marathon, 24 Hours of Le Mans, America’s Sailing Cup, Volvo Ocean Race, Formula E, professional soccer matches and championship golf tournaments. IMT Vislink has also developed a longstanding relationship with MotoGP, the premier motorcycle racing series in the world. Vislink not only provides onboard systems for MotoGP but is also the official supplier of all RF communications.
Equipment being showcased at SVG will include:
- HCAM, the ultra-low latency HEVC 4K UHD on-camera wireless transmitter
- MicroLite 2, a mid-range, highly portable professional-grade HD system
- IMTDragonFly transmitter, a miniaturized transmitter that can used in drone-based applications as well as an embedded solution for ActionCam body-worn video applications
- Clip-On 4, a wireless camera transmitter designed for use with both HD and SD cameras for electronic newsgathering, television outside broadcasts and studio applications
About xG Technology, Inc./IMT/Vislink
xG Technology’s IMT and Vislink brands are recognized as the global leaders in live video communications and are trusted suppliers to tier-1 customers in broadcast/sports/entertainment, and law enforcement/public safety/defense markets. Their products are recognized for high levels of performance, reliability, build quality, extended operating ranges and compact form factors. In the broadcast, sports and entertainment sectors, IMT and Vislink provide high-definition communication links to reliably capture, transmit and manage live event footage. In the law enforcement, public safety & defense markets, IMT and Vislink provide secure video communications and mission-critical solutions to local, national and international agencies and organizations. More information can be found at www.imt-solutions.com and www.vislink.com
Based in Sarasota, Florida, xG Technology has over 80 patents and pending patent applications. xG is a publicly traded company listed on the NASDAQ Capital Market (symbol: XGTI). More info: www.xgtechnology.com.
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