Bridge Technologies has added a graphics option for the VideoBRIDGE Controller (VBC) digital media monitoring system, which is designed to make it easier for users to create a bespoke graphic front end tailored to their monitoring environment.
With the Bridge Technologies GFX-OPT module, users can create a graphic interface without needing specialist skills, scripting or coding, according to the company. The graphics module is an enhancement to the VBC system’s ability to present large volumes of complex data in a form that users can understand. Users can create an entire graphical environment, with exact diagrammatical representation of network topologies and map-based display of geographical service delivery. Once the custom interface has been created, the tools allow users to link each object to a source of live data easily to provide intuitive, color-coded status displays in real time.
With the optional module, VBC users can create a monitoring front end that displays colour-coded status overviews in various ways. Staff can monitor service delivery from map-based displays and respond to visual alerts by clicking on a state to drill down to a city-by-city display, and further down into city areas and neighborhoods.
To help users design their graphic front, the module is supplied with modifiable templates for geographic views of any national or international operation, production-centre views and service-based views.
Bridge Technologies will be exhibiting at IBC on Stand 1.A30
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