[SatNews] At the 2015 NAB Show, AVIWEST, a global provider of video contribution systems, will introduce a specially designed backpack that enhances the functionalities of the company's DMNG PRO video uplink system.
The versatile backpack solution, which can be worn on the back or front, enables in-the-field news crews to carry the DMNG PRO gear for live newsgathering applications with ease. The backpack is perfectly suited for broadcasters using the DMNG PRO with a handheld camera. The DMNG PRO backpack includes multiple compartments and pockets capable of holding all the necessary video uplink equipment, a notebook or tablet, and any required cables. Two compression straps located on each side of the rear zipper allow broadcasters to attach a lightweight tripod to the backpack. Additionally, a protective rain cover keeps equipment safe in the event of poor weather conditions.
"AVIWEST provides broadcasters with advanced, easy-to-use technologies that enable the capture and delivery of live SD and HD video over multiple networks, including bonded 3G/4G cellular wireless, satellite, Wi-Fi, and Ethernet, from any remote location around the world," said Erwan Gasc, CEO, AVIWEST. "The new backpack for DMNG PRO is an ideal accessory, streamlining the live newsgathering process further by making it easy for broadcasters to carry and use our equipment in the field."