Production AV Showcases Innovative disguise Integration at Event Production Show

Image Caption: The team will demo the disguise server's integration with Agile Remote Cameras’ PTZ range Images © The Fifth Estate Ltd

Video solutions specialist Production AV will be on Stand I2E at the Event Production Show at London Olympia on 26 and 27 February to showcase the Agile Arc LitePTZ camera integration solution from leading media server company disguise.

Based in Cheltenham, Production AV has been at the forefront of AV innovation for 14 years. It is inviting visitors to get hands-on with the new disguise and Agile kit at the show. In February, disguise launched the latest version of its award-winning software, used to design, sequence and control live shows and experiences.

Version r15.2 now includes integrations with Agile Remote Cameras’ range of PTZ cameras, enabling live video feeds from the discreet PTZ cameras to be used as part of the visuals on impressive live events.

“We’re thrilled to demo just what disguise’s new Agile integration protocol can do in a real-world scenario to enhance the video capabilities for a whole range of events,” said Production AV founder, Pete McCrea. “The latest r15.2 software release brings full control over so many features, such as recording pan, tilt and zoom information as a preset, and it can all be adjusted from the software interface. Itreally is special.”

Also on Production AV’s stand will be Desay’s X2.6i 2.6mm indoor LED modules, which can be built in both concave and convex configurations as either a flown or ground support system.

“We recently made a major investment in more than 200 Desay LED modules and in doing so we now have a significantly higher resolution LED option, which provides more technical flexibility and creative freedom to our clients,” continued McCrea. “We’re really excited about what can be achieved with these LED screens at cutting edge events across the country –come and see for yourself.”

Production AV’s Event Production Show demo follows a major expansion of the business and move to a much larger premises in Cheltenham. “We have more space for the latest products we’re investing in, and new facilities such as visualisation studios and demonstration space, allowing us to meet our clients’ needs more effectively,” said McCrea. “It’s all part of our vision for 2019″.