Broadcast software solution provider Beehive Systems enters Middle East

MUMBAI: Noida headquartered software solutions and services company Beehive Systems, which caters to the broadcast industry worldwide, has received its first sales order from the Middle East from Procast FZ LLC, a Dubai-based broadcasting company.

The order includes Beehive's digital newsgathering solutions - vid'linkT and vid'linkMOBILET; a complete graphics creation and data automation solution called isle'wizT and an interactive SMS-TV custom solution called mobile2TVT.

The customer will be using vid'linkT for newsgathering from across bureaus. The system will enable the channel to send live as well as store and forward video clips over leased line networks, said an official release.

The laptop-based mobile newsgathering equipment, vid'linkMOBILET will be deployed by the client at remote locations for store and forward video transfer over non conventional mediums like ISDN, dial up internet connections, etc. The advanced codec used in vid'link mobileT compresses the video almost 70% more efficiently than other compression standards without compromising on the quality, added the release.

The graphics content creation and automation solution, isle'wiz, will be used to automatically create, manage and play out graphics in Arabic. This tool also enables real-time integration of the graphics with data sources and display across multiple zones on the screen without the need for any programming.

Other features of isle'wiz include generation of live multilingual tickers (including Arabic), creation of libraries of elements (text, images and animations) to drag and drop into the scene, sequencing the display of graphics based on timelines. The fourth application - mobile2TV - will permit the broadcaster to build in interactivity in television programmes by integrating viewers' mobile messages with video display. This allows viewers the benefits of on-air chat.

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