NAB 2023 Wrap-Up: Unveiling Groundbreaking Innovations for the Global Broadcast Industry
As NAB 2023 vanishes in the rear-view mirror! it’s time to recap the latest news and highlights from the event. For those unable to visit every booth or attend the show, we’ve got you covered with exciting updates from leading companies in the global broadcast industry.
As a leading technology provider for top-tier live broadcast productions, Arkona unveiled a revolutionary cloud platform at NAB 2023 that is set to transform live production. This groundbreaking innovation was introduced on the first day, so it may have flown under your radar. Check out the link below to learn more about it and let us know if you’re interested in discussing its potential industry impact with Arkona’s experts. The company also showcased its BLADE//runner software suite for live broadcast production applications.
Cobalt Digital, a renowned designer and manufacturer of cutting-edge devices for live video production and master control, displayed their 9992 ENC/DEC family, now enhanced with RIST Adaptive Encoding, and their SafeLink Gateway as a cloud solution with redundancy features. Additionally, Cobalt offered a sneak peek at their new Sapphire converter series, supporting ST 2110 JPEG-XS to SDI and HDMI conversion. True to form, Cobalt received two Best of Show awards and two Product of the Year awards!
With nearly two decades in the business, Shotoku USA, a leading provider of manual and robotic camera support and virtual reality tracking, introduced their latest studio control system, the TR-XT3. They also highlighted their Orchestra CMS control system and showcased their TI-11X elevator pedestal in combination with the advanced TG-18i pan/tilt head. Shotoku also drew attention to their recently launched TG-47 pan/tilt head.
TAG Video Systems
TAG Video Systems, a pioneer in software-based IP end-to-end monitoring, deep probing, logging, and real-time visualization, brought enhanced, targeted application-specific monitoring through dashboard visualizations to NAB. They also emphasized the potential of their partnership with Nevion and offered a sneak peek at their innovative Content Matching technology, which earned a Best of Show award from TV Technology.
Tedial, a foremost independent media technology solutions specialist, broke new ground with their smartPacks, a suite of Package Business Capabilities (PBCs) integrated into their award-winning smartWork cloud-native, NoCode Media Integration Platform. This pioneering enhancement, the M&E industry’s first PBC solution, aims to bring broadcasters closer to the cloud and facilitate the composable enterprise, using a modular approach to develop new products and services. It’s a truly ingenious solution!
These updates from NAB 2023 demonstrate the continued growth and innovation in the global broadcast industry. Stay tuned for more news and developments as these groundbreaking technologies make their way into the market.