At AUVSI 2014 Clear-Com® will present ProGrid™, the fiber-based infrastructure system that enables users to transport and distribute audio, intercom, video and control data. The new products enable Clear-Com to provide end-to-end solutions for many types of installations that require signal distribution.
ProGrid is based on the open AES3 and AES10 (MADI) standards, providing fiber-based transport, routing and format conversion as well as distribution of audio, intercom, video and control data with full management and diagnostic capabilities over the Optocore® and SANE platform. A versatile, modular approach enables users to match the demands of a specific system need and budget, and to manage future expansion. The system is also quick to set up and break down.
Clear-Com also offers the BroaMan MUX-22 video distribution device, which further broadens the company’s capabilities to provide scalable, protocol independent transport of up to eight 3G/HD/SD-SDI video signals in each device. The MUX-22 can operate with the ProGrid systems or as a standalone solution.
Simon Browne, Head of Product Management, Clear-Com, said, “ProGrid enables us to be a one-stop, full-system solution company. Not only are we able to offer our world-class communication systems, but we also now able to couple this offering with a reliable and robust distribution infrastructure for any kind of fiber-based operation that require signal distribution.”
ProGrid will be available for demonstration on Booth 926.
Source: Embedded Computing