Wohler Highlights Full Range Of Products At IBC 2017. Various Monitoring, Metering and IP-based solutions on Display.
AMSTERDAM, AUGUST 15, 2017 – Wohler Technologies, a leading manufacturer of video, audio and data monitoring solutions, will be highlighting its latest audio and video monitoring, metering and IP solutions at IBC 2017 (Stand 8.A54). Wohler will have its full range of products at the show, including the iAM™ Series of IP-based audio and video monitors as well as several of its advanced audio monitoring solutions. This positions the company and its products as a one-stop-shop for top-of-the-line monitoring, metering and IP offerings that cater to the industry’s latest signal requirements.
“Wohler continually strives to ensure that its customers can seamlessly transition towards new signal types,” says Craig Newbury, Vice President of Sales, Wohler Technologies. “Our complete range of solutions provide a full suite of offerings for existing monitoring, as well as the industry’s evolving standards. With continual updates and licensable options, we can provide greater value by enhancing product features available to our users. We look forward to showcasing our complete offerings at IBC and meeting with existing and potential international customers.”
The iAM Series monitors, including iAM-AUDIO, iAM-MIX and iAM-VIDEO, incorporate high-quality hardware with powerful upgradable software components combined with an on-board Web server. This allows multiple units on the same network to be monitored, controlled and updated via a browser-based user interface and via API calls from 3rd party connected devices. The iAM Series uses small form-factor pluggable (SFP) slots to enable simple adaptation of interfaces and a wide selection of signal I/O. The overall variety of audio and video metering options supported includes analog, AES3 and MADI inputs, and options for Video over IP formats (MPEG2 TS and SMPTE 2022), AoIP formats (Dante, Ravenna, AES67), 3G/HD/SD-SDI as well as a growing range of additional I/O options via its SFP interface.