Grass Valley Technology Alliance achieves milestone 21 members
Grass Valley has welcomed twelve new members to the Grass Valley Technology Alliance (GVTA).
The certification program, which now boasts 21 members, provides customers with access to a wide range of systems and solutions that are interoperable with Grass Valley platforms and workflow components.
“The Grass Valley Technology Alliance has grown exponentially since its inception 18 months ago. It now includes 21 diverse companies that brings together a range of expertise, passion and experience to help our customers as they strive to meet consumer demand for captivating content on any screen,” said Tim Shoulders, chief executive officer and president at Grass Valley. “Grass Valley has always taken a customer first approach, and thanks to the strong relationships we have built in the industry through programs like the GVTA, we can continue to support our customers as they innovate and entertain.”
The 12 companies joining the GVTA are as follows:
- Bridge Technologies – Creator of advanced monitoring systems to optimise delivery of digital media across the production, broadcast and telecom industries.
- Calrec – Designer and supplier of audio broadcast mixing equipment, relied on by some of the world’s largest broadcasters.
- Guntermann & Drunck KVM – Allows broadcast professionals to use their technical equipment with more flexibility and reliability, whether in studios, post-production, or animation studios, by reducing cluttered workstations, noise levels, and heat emissions.
- Leader Electronics – Designer and manufacturer of powerful, precise and efficient test and measurement instruments. Leader products integrate with vendors like Grass Valley to provide complementary technologies and services.
- LiveU – 5G 4K HEVC live streaming and remote production. LiveU’s integration with Grass Valley allows customers to send live feeds from field units for remote switching using LiveU’s cloud solution with Grass Valley’s GV AMPP.
- Masstech – Creates intelligent storage and workflow management solutions and helps organisations maximise their archived video assets by automating smart asset movement and transformation across cloud and other storage tiers to ensure maximum operational efficiency.
- Shotoku – Provider of robotic camera systems covering simple pan/tilt heads, through fully robotic studio pedestals and track camera systems for floor or ceiling installation. Its systems are computer controlled allowing for high levels of automation, this is possible through third-party integration, such as with Grass Valley’s Ignite system.
- Singular.live – Intelligent Overlay platform that enables professional quality graphics to be added onto live streams, from any location, using cloud-based technology. The platform seamlessly integrates with partners that perform other crucial parts of workflow.
- Spectra Logic – Delivers comprehensive end-to-end solutions that include modern, open standards content storage and management software, to improve the creation, management, distribution and monetisation of digital assets.
- Sportzcast – Distributor of real-time scoreboard data feeds from sports venues worldwide by taking live data out of the existing venue scoreboard system and delivering it into integrated systems such as broadcast graphic overlays and editing suites. Being a part of GVTA gives customers access to incredible new tools.
- Vislink – Collect, deliver and manage high quality, live video and associated data, from the scene of the action to the viewing screen. Grass Valley’s LDX 86N camera combined with Vislink’s INCAM-HG wireless camera transmitter provides HDR-ready wireless encoding and a remote-controllable camera interface via WiFi, giving customers the ultimate video production experience.
- Wasp3D – Offers a broad range of real-time 3D broadcast graphics solutions for television broadcasters and live streamers, eager to enhance creativity and simplify their production workflows.
These companies join a host of other companies already part of the GVTA, including Autoscript, ChyronHegorankly Media, Haivision, amongst many others.