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Dejero is introducing a series of new enhancements to its LIVE+ Control management system, linked to the release of version 4.0 of LIVE+ Core software, to be unveiled at NAB 2016.

dejero“LIVE+ Control is a powerful operational tool to centrally and remotely manage a broadcaster’s contribution assets,” said Brian Cram, CEO at Dejero. “With the latest update, we’ve added to the management, monitoring and routing capabilities to provide users with even greater insights into the usage and performance of their field transmitters.”

LIVE+ Control simplifies the workflows of going live from remote locations and transporting recorded content to the broadcast facility over bonded IP networks including cellular, Wi-Fi, Ethernet or satellite. The Web interface allows operators to identify, geo-locate and remotely control transmitters, configure on-premises and cloud servers, monitor both the mix and the health of the IP network connections, and route content to SDI or online playout workflows.

The latest update enhances monitoring and reporting capabilities, displaying real-time analytics of network connection performance and overall transmission quality for each Dejero transmitter. This information allows operators in the broadcast facility to assess the shot and optimise transmitter settings before beginning the remote broadcast. Combined with geo-location information, the success of historic shots from specific locations can also be reviewed to help plan future shots.

Users can also define, filter and save specific reports, aggregating transmitter details and usage for historical live streams, recorded clips and file transfers to understand utilisation patterns by hour, day, month or year. Reports can be customised to focus on specific transmitters and timeframes, providing stations and groups with the level of detail they require.