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THE FIRST 4K CAMERA AT VTV5 2018

Due to the increasing needs of quality as well as content to provide the best possible television program for ethnic communities. VTV5 – The TV station serve the ethnic minority communities in Vietnam, broadcasting 24 hours a day – wants the best camera and recorder to ease up the production process, replacing the out-dated camera and recorder that no longer able to serve the purpose of bringing the news and live events to the ethnic communities in their own native languages. TVS together with Hitachi were selected to provide the equipments for the system. We have worked our best to bring our “A” game to the system using bellow configuration: Hitachi Ultra High Definition Studio Camera SK-UHD4000 Canon HJ14ex4.3B IASE S Super Wide angle Broadcast Lens Vinten VB250-AP2 Vision 250 2-stage Tripod System OBM-U310 | 31″ 4K Professional Monitor with 12G-SDI AJA Ki Pro® Ultra – 4K/UltraHD and 2K/HD Recorder and AJA Pak 1TB SSD Module PAK 1000 for storage Equipment setup Training and Commissioning between technical teams Testing and Demonstating In Production

VOV DSNG VEHICLE PROJECT – 2017

Voice Of Vietnam – VOV Radio Station wanted to upgrade their outdoor production capacity with the latest technologies in Audio Over IP (AoIP) and Very Small Aperture Terminal (VSAT). VOV called a tender for purchasing a DSNG vehicle which able to be used for live radio production from field with various type of transmission to station. The transmission methods should be VSAT via satellite link, Internet or 3G/4G. This turn-key vehicle was highly requested for special features for high flexibility, high productive, quick onsite setup, high stability of live production and transmission with backup. TVS together with Turkey Hitachi Kokusai Electric were selected to provide this turn-key vehicle. We have worked closely with end user – VOV from designing phase until onsite commissioning/handover. The ToyotaTM Highlander LE was selected to make the base platform for the system. On the road for testing Ready for live production The interior of the vehicle was carefully designed and integrated to conform a comfortable working space for operators and journalists. The two back seats are rotatable, these seats will be used for two operators who facing the control racks. From there they can control antenna while tracking satellite link to establish the VSAT link.