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NEWS MANAGE & MONITOR Media monitoring Digital audio analysis Linear Acoustic will introduce updates for its MT2000 Multichannel Bitstream Analyser at NAB (booth SU11921) including streamlined menu structure, automatic detection of input signal type, and the ability to view 16 audio channels at once. The handheld MT2000 allows engineers to analyse and troubleshoot digital audio paths for remote production, broadcast, cable, satellite, and home theatre. “The MT2000 is a feature-packed tool for PCM and Dolby encoded audio analysis and generation,” said Tim Carroll, Linear Acoustic founder and Telos Alliance chief technology officer. “It is an efficient tool for end- to-end system testing and is ideal as a modern, advanced replacement for the venerable but long discontinued Dolby DM100.” Qligent will introduces a series of new visualisation tools for its Vision cloud monitoring platform at NAB (booth N1011). Amongst them are Off-Air Counter, a regulatory tool that monitors and records how long a station has been off-air or out of compliance due to signal loss or other performance issues, and Bitrate Monitoring. Qligent chief operating officer Ted Korte said: “Our new visualisation features for Vision are, to a strong degree, based Tapeless workflows Pronology will showcase the Location Intelligence feature for its flagship MAM system at NAB (booth SL12407). Location Intelligence enables editors, producers and other users to determine whether content is available immediately on-site or needs to be transferred from another site globally. This is said to ensure the most efficient use of bandwidth and storage resources. “Our Location Intelligence feature sets us apart from competing products, and gives customers a powerful means of discovering where the high-resolution content they need is being stored,” said Jonathan Aroesty, president of Pronology. “This helps to erase the barrier of distance, adding greater efficiency to the production and post workflow.” 22 | KITPLUS - THE TV-BAY MAGAZINE: ISSUE 112 APRIL 2016 on customer requests and industry trends we see taking shape as more broadcasters transition to cloud services. Considering the scale of which we can deploy Vision systems in on-premise, cloud and managed service configurations, we intend to continue down the path of IoT-based probe deployment to shrink the cost of data collection, and grow our contribution to big data and analytics ecosystems.”