Broadcast Solutions unveils new Concept Van at IBC 2019

New OB van can operate independent and silent for up to 20 hours
The layout is customisable lending itself to then be used in a variety of scenarios.
The layout is customisable lending itself to then be used in a variety of scenarios.

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Broadcast Solutions has showcased its new wireless transmission hub vehicle, which is based on Mercedes Sprinter, powered by Silvus Technologies IP Mesh radios.

Silvus is the new enhanced E-series of radios which is also on display at the trade show.

With roots in US military communications research, Silvus’ StreamCaster radios were developed to handle the most challenging military operations on earth.

Now, this technology has been adopted by broadcasters around the world.

The new wireless transmission technology ensures bi-directional communication, data and video transfer even under the harshest condition.

Equipped with a large battery bank, the van can operate independent and silent for up to 20 hours.

The Broadcast Solutions Concept Van design is customisable.

Depending on the final fit-out it can serve as a wireless hub for news, sports and events, a VAR / edit / replay vehicle or a command and control centre for security and surveillance purposes.

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