Riedel hits the slopes

Riedel provides host of gadgets to Alpine Ski World Cup.

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Riedel Communications supplied several wireless camera solutions and audio/video signal distribution services for the 2013 FIS Alpine Ski World Cup, Feb. 4-17 in Schladming, Austria. Working with Munich-based sono Studiotechnik GmbH, which oversaw set up of the International Broadcast Center for host broadcaster ORF, Riedel installed a comprehensive fiber network comprising 42 MediorNet mainframes and 60 RockNet digital audio interfaces. In addition to the signal distribution responsibilities, Riedel also introduced their new lightweight and compact wireless RiCam POV camera system that was integrated into the racers' goggle straps to capture spectacular live images from their perspective.

"Our goal is always to provide our customers with a competitive edge," said Thomas Riedel, founder and CEO of Riedel Communications. "Spectacular pictures are the key to achieving prime time exposure, and we're pleased that both our innovative wireless camera and our robust fiber network are helping broadcasters to make alpine skiing an even more compelling viewing experience."

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