ATG Danmon will promote its full range of systems integration services on the Danmon Group stand, 8.B51, at IBC 2017 in Amsterdam, September 15-19.
ATG Danmon has nearly a quarter century of experience in designing, integrating and maintaining video and audio production systems ranging in scale and complexity from mobile production flyways to complete broadcast production and playout centres. ATG Danmon systems are in successful operation for customers in the UK, mainland Europe, Africa, America, Asia and the Middle East.
Senior ATG Danmon representatives at IBC will include Russell Peirson-Hagger (Managing Director), Clive Northen (Chief Operating Officer), Jonathan Hughes (Head of Systems Integration) and Stuart Taylor (Technical Sales).
"We are seeing sustained high demand for broadcast systems integration skills across the entire business spectrum," comments Russell Peirson-Hagger. "This embraces a wide range of customers with varying budgets, requiring different levels of technology. The key to success is knowing how to select and implement the right mix of solutions for each project and how to combine them into a viable workflow, not just for this year but for the long term. We have the knowledge and ability to deliver the optimal solution meeting their operational requirements for any given budget. We can also offer after-sales support, tailored to each customer's needs. The entire enterprise depends on building a good relationship with the customer and being seen as a partner, rather than a supplier; something we have had great success achieving."
ATG Danmon projects currently in progress or recently completed include:
- Presentation gallery upgrade at the London headquarters of Input Media.
- Five-camera mobile production system for Universal Media Group.
- Control room rebuild for BBC Scotland, including integration of a new automation system.
- Upgrade of the broadcast playout facilities for the Stockholm headquarters of TV4 Sweden.
- System upgrade for the London studios of Brazil-based Record TV Network.
- Relocation of a media training facility for a major university in the west of England.
- A complete fibre-optic network for Abbey Road studios in London.