Bildquadrat’s van features a compact and completely modular design that can be adapted for mobile productions of all types and sizes. The onboard MediorNet and MicroN devices are connected over a 10 Gbps optical fiber network to create a fully redundant, decentralized routing matrix. Bildquadrat has also built MediorNet frames into mobile stageboxes, giving the production team the flexibility to deploy the solution’s signal processing capabilities anywhere on the set. Each stagebox is preconfigured in the van and equipped with microphone and in-ear systems, saving time and removing on-set integration hassles.
“In less than two years, our OB van has handled a broad range of high-profile live sports and entertainment productions for many of Europe’s biggest names in broadcast. Its success is due in large part to the pioneering solutions from Riedel,” said Niklas Windeck, Co-Founder, Bildquadrat Videoproductions. “We built the truck from the ground up as a showcase for file-based workflows, and our partnership with Riedel means we can continue to support our customers in their ongoing migration to IP operations.”
On board the Bildquadrat OB van, Riedel’s MediorNet MicroN offers a compact and multifunctional signal interface that drives an 80G media network in only a single RU. With the upgrade, the company has expanded the MediorNet decentralized routing matrix with seven MicroN high-density media distribution network devices that can be deployed in modular fashion for a variety of uses. One of the MicroN devices operates as a dedicated multiviewer using the MediorNet MultiViewer App.
For pristine intercom communications, Bildquadrat has added a new Artist 64 Mainframe. Riedel’s RSP-2318 Smartpanels offer an intelligent intercom control surface that leverage the AES67 and AVB standards to provide an expandable yet simplified intercom interface. Riedel MADI client cards provide a seamless interface between the Artist 64 and the truck’s audio consoles, and Riedel’s RiFace G2 universal radio interface links the Artist 64 to Bildquadrat’s walkie-talkie-style radio systems.