Bridge Technologies has released a new advanced reporting engine for its VBC controller-server.
The VBC controller-server provides data correlation and drives the digital monitoring probe system’s graphic status displays. Hosting the new reporting engine, the VBC provides the capability for operators to automate the generation of detailed reports for use in analysis and verification.
Based on the VBC’s built-in PostScript interpreter, the reporting engine produces PDF documents to pinpoint specific issues, and can be set up to automate report production and distribution to mailing lists. Including data on a range of parameters used in monitoring terrestrial – including DVB-T2 – satellite, cable and OTT services, the reports complement the system’s existing capabilities for data export to third-party systems.
“Like every aspect of the Bridge Technologies system, the reporting capability delivers outstanding value by being incredibly easy to use,” said Simen Frostad, Bridge Technologies chairman. “Tools can be as clever as you like, but if they are too complicated to use, the benefits are limited. So our reporting engine delivers great results with very little initial configuration, and then automates the process, leaving staff free to get on with providing unbeatable service quality.”
All customers of Bridge Technologies with VBC controller-servers and a reporting license will receive the new reporting capability as standard.
Bridge Technologies will be exhibiting at IBC on Stand 1.A30
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