Drone Video Systems is an entirely new category spearheaded by Stampede that compiles drone hardware, add-ons, and command and control.
Demonstrating its ability to provide broadcasters with a fully developed way to integrate unmanned aerial vehicles into their daily field operations, Stampede, North America’s largest distributor of ProAV solutions, is showcasing a full range of Drone Video Systems comprised of drone hardware, command and control software, services and add-ons at NAB 2016. The showcase, which includes exhibits from multiple vendors and drone manufacturers, takes place at Stampede Booth #C3357DP in the Las Vegas Convention Center in Las Vegas, Nevada from April 18 – April 21, 2016.
“We’re not giving broadcasters an idea of what they can do with drones, we’re giving them a pathway that they can follow to implement a fully deployed solution,”
Stampede President & COO Kevin Kelly said today.
“It’s clear that broadcast and reporting methods are rapidly evolving with drones. We are committed to providing the broadcast industry with state-of-the-art solutions with an approved certification program that teaches people how to use drones in a safe and sanctioned way.”
Stampede is displaying an array of drones from leading manufacturers such as DJI, AEE, Walkera, XFLY, FreeFly, Yuneec, and AeroFlight, alongside services and education from Unmanned Vehicle University and UA Solutions; Command & Control software from VideoBank, Smart C2 and Vidyo; and Add-Ons from Amimom, Agrowing and Blue Vigil.
“We’re showcasing a range of drones, educational services, command and control software and add-ons that cover every possible broadcast application,” Kelly asserted. “No other company demonstrates the business opportunities offered by drones the way we do.”
Drone Video Systems is an entirely new category spearheaded by Stampede that compiles drone hardware, add-ons, command and control, and brings them in-house so that broadcasters, for the first time ever, have a one-stop shop for customizable drone solutions.
“A Drone Video System connects leading commercial equipment, such as video conferencing software, command and control, and data storage, with a drone,” Kelly said. “This makes drone integration much more simple and effective for broadcasters.”
The NAB Show in Las Vegas is the world’s largest electronic media show covering the creation, management and delivery of content across all platforms. With more than 98,000 attendees from 150 countries and 1,700+ exhibitors, NAB Show is the ultimate marketplace for digital media and entertainment. From creation to consumption, across multiple platforms and countless nationalities, NAB Show is home to the solutions that transcend traditional broadcasting and embrace content delivery to new screens in new ways. For complete details, visit www.nabshow.com.
To learn more about drone-based solutions for the broadcast industry, visit Stampede booth #C3357DP at NAB 2016.