Bexel's Hercules HD Flypack will play a pivotal role in the simulation of a live broadcast truck located at Canon U.S.A.'s, a leader in digital imaging solutions, booth (C4325, C3628) during NAB 2013. Bexel collaborated with Canon on the system, which utilizes Canon's 4K monitors, currently under development, along with an Evertz Dreamcatcher unit. This simulation demonstrates Bexel's capabilities for bringing the high-demand environment of live broadcasts to any location.
Bexel's Hercules HD Flypack is a scalable and customizable solution, bringing first-class production facilities to remote and space-constrained venues around the world. Powering some of the most important televised live events - including the Olympic Games, Super Bowl, X Games, World Cup, and U.S. Open - the Flypack is designed by Bexel with their unsurpassed ingenuity and expertise. Configured with every component of high-end production control rooms, Hercules boasts state-of-the-art HD technology with complete adaptability, including custom-designed modular racks to handle a variety of complex production requirements.
"Canon's innovative approach and products are perfectly meshed with Bexel's dedication to high-end solutions, combined with our extensive experience in live sports broadcasting," says Tom Dickinson, CTO of Bexel. "Hercules has defined the best-in-class solution for HD location production. As Canon puts their incredible imaging technologies into play at 4K for sports, we are looking forward to our ongoing collaboration on this exciting initiative."
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