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To drive forward the SOLOCAM specification, BWS has invited major broadcasters to use SOLOCAM at live events in the field and provide feedback.  This week the SOLOCAM was in use at the EU summit in Brussels.  Invaluable feedback on technical improvements and use cases has been provided.  These will be included by BWS engineers on the up-issue of SOLOCAM taking place right now.
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ITV Daytime is replacing its traditional satellite OB truck fleet with custom-built eco-friendly Mitsubishi Outlander 4×4 plug-in hybrid electric vehicles, in what it says is a “complete change in workflow for ITV and a UK first.” The ITV team worked with Mitsubishi and system integrator Broadcast Wireless Systems to create “completely new” OB vehicles for news gathering For more information see the article in Broadcast magazine: https://www.broadcastnow.co.uk/tech/itv-daytime-ditches-ob-fleet-for-4x4s/5123477.article
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Broadcast Wireless Systems wireless transmitter completes 200th event for Versatile Broadcast   IBC 2017, 15 – 19 September, Stand 1.A78 – Broadcast Wireless Systems (BWS) today announced that Northampton-based Versatile Broadcast, which specialises in RF solution for major broadcasters across the UK, has completed its 200th 1080p HD assignment using the BWS NanoPRO TX transmitter.   According to Versatile Broadcast Managing Director Neil Shepherd, “To have just completed our 200th job using the still relatively new NanoPRO TX is,...
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The following article is taken from BroadcastPro ME 
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  News coverage of the centenary commemorations of the battle of Pashendaele were provided from Tyne Cot cemetery, using the compact and lightweight Cobham Explorer flyaway dish in conjunction with the Broadcast Wireless Systems rugged ODU satellite modulator.   
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