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SoC Omnitek used InfoComm 2015 in Florida to showcase the high-speed ‘-3’ version of the OZ745 Zynq system on chip (SoC) video development kit. The OZ745-3 incorporates all the basic components of hardware, design tools, IP and pre- verifi ed reference designs to rapidly develop video and image processing designs. Updates includes a faster Xilinx Zynq-7045 -3 speedgrade SoC, faster 1.86GHz DDR3 SDRAM and 12G-SDI transmit and recieve for single-link 4K video. A further two 12G-SDI inputs and two 12G-SDI outputs, as well as DisplayPort 1.2 I/O can also be found on the accompanying FMC daughter-board. www.omnitek.tv File management Axle Video, the developer of media management tools, has launched a new product for managing camera media. Named axle Cam, it is a low- cost camera ingest application that is said to streamline the process of acquiring, organizing and sharing media from video cameras and HDSLRs. The software automatically detects, imports and organizes camera media. Users are then able to instantly access, edit and share fi les through a simple user interface that uses axle’s media management technology. Systems Integration www.axlevideo.com ATG Danmon has promoted commercial director Russell Peirson- Hagger to managing director. Peirson- Hagger succeeds Christoffer Kay who becomes executive chairman of ATG Danmon, a move that will see him concentrate on his primary role as director and chief operating offi cer of ATG Danmon’s parent company, Dan Technologies. “Russell has proved to be a talented and highly motivated member of the ATG Danmon team since he joined the company,” said Kay. “Popular with customers and colleagues alike, he has an excellent understanding of broadcast media technology plus the skills necessary to sustain and expand a successful business. Russell will be working alongside ATG Danmon COO Clive Northen and together they will run the day-to-day operations.” Comms Jiangsu Broadcasting Corporation (JSTV), via systems integrator New Digital Technology (NDT), has installed a comms system from Riedel Communications in what is considered to be China’s fi rst 4K OB truck. The equipment includes Riedel’s Artist digital matrix intercom, its MediorNet Compact Pro media network and a RockNet digital audio network. The installation will support communications and enable fi bre interconnection and signal exchange among production units. Within the JSTV 4K OB truck, NDT installed three Artist 64 digital matrix intercom systems along with keypanels and user stations, using a Riedel RiFace universal radio interface to link wired communication systems with radio systems. Installed in the main OB vehicle, in a smaller OB truck, and in the venue, three MediorNet Compact Pro systems together form a fi bre ring that supports HD video transport, MADI audio, GigE, and communications during live productions. Liu Jun, product vice general manager at NDT said: “The quality, simplicity, and versatility of this fi ber-based communications solution will help JSTV to make the most of its unique 4K-capable unit.” www.riedel.net www.atgdanmon.co.uk KITPLUS - THE TV-BAY MAGAZINE: ISSUE 103 JULY 2015 | 21