Grass Valley Technology Alliance adds new members

EcoDigital, Haivision, Mark Roberts Motion Control (MRMC) and Vitec Group’s Vinten and Autoscript to join GVTA

Grass Valley continues to support collaboration across the media production chain to strengthen deliverables for customers by welcoming several new members to the Grass Valley Technology Alliance (GVTA).

Source: Grass Valley

Launched in April 2019, the certification program delivers key benefits to customers, such as improved purchasing confidence and access to a wide range of systems and solutions that are interoperable with Grass Valley platforms and workflow components. EcoDigital, Haivision, Mark Roberts Motion Control (MRMC) and Vitec Group’s  Vinten and Autoscript join the five existing companies already part of the GVTA.

Software company EcoDigital’s DIVA is a content storage management system, and its DIVA Software Suite revolutionizes rich media asset management. EcoDigital’s and Grass Valley’s systems integrate to enable direct and efficient pathways from any type of storage tier to playout servers.

Global provider of live video streaming technologies Haivision gives organizations solutions to stream broadcast-quality, low latency video, from any location. Haivision tackles some of the most demanding video streaming challenges, and the combination of Haivision streaming solutions with Grass Valley’s live production solutions enables high-quality, low latency remote production workflows.

MRMC, a Nikon Group company, offers solutions for motion control, automation, AI, broadcast robotics and remote image capture. The MRMC and Grass Valley is an example of how alliance partner products can integrate to provide end-to-end solutions for the sports and broadcast industry.

Technology from camera robotics specialists, Vinten, and Autoscript, one of the professional teleprompting providers, sits side-by-side with Grass Valley solutions in the world’s leading newsrooms, cementing a longstanding relationship between the companies. The GVTA certification gives customers the added assurance of tight integration between Vinten’s HD-VRC control system and Grass Valley’s Ignite Automation Production Control (APC) platform to enable full automation of production workflows.

These companies join ChyronHego, Frankly Media, Net Insight, RT Software and Telemetrics in the alliance. GVTA members work closely with Grass Valley before being awarded certification to ensure compatibility, interoperability and strategic fit.






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