ATG Danmon Gears for MPTS 2022
- 03 May, 2022
Studio 1 at Alaraby Television’s upgraded London headquarters.
UK: ATG Danmon will promote its full range of systems integration services on stand T3 at the Media Production & Technology Show, Olympia London, Wednesday May 11th through Thursday May 12th. These include consultancy, project planning, workflow design, system installation, testing and commissioning, documentation, training and technical support. ATG Danmon representatives at the event will include Jonathan Hughes (Head of Systems Integration) and Howard Dixon (Project Manager).
Recent months have proved busy for ATG Danmon with the completion of a large-scale upgrade to the news production and editing resources at the headquarters of Alaraby Television in London's Park Royal. Among projects currently nearing completion are a UHD studio and control room relocation for a leading European specialist in social media content production. Work is also in progress at one of Britain's largest universities, sustaining ATG Danmon's long experience in the higher education sector as well as the broadcast mainstream.
"We will be promoting our proven experience in both hardware and software systems integration, designing and installing high quality production infrastructure, operator-efficient camera robotics and virtual studios as well as presentation and playout," says Jonathan Hughes. "We have also proved our skills in mobile production vehicle design, delivering powerful creative facilities in a highly space-efficient structure. Whether for SDI, IP or hybrid environments, we can advise impartially at the initial planning stage and turn customer aspirations into effective solutions with a long working life, plus any required degree of post-installation support."
"MPTS has the strength of being focused on practical aspects of television production, post and presentation," adds Howard Dixon. "We look forward to meeting representatives from our UK client base both in the broadcast and independent facility sector as well as the long established and increasingly active live-streaming market."