A major project for ON-AIR Systems this year is the complete installation of a six-camera HD chain with master control room, venue set, studio set and green screen room in East London for Trinity Broadcasting Network (TBN).
“This is a significant project for us,’ says ON-AIR Systems director of Technical Operations Gavin Flanegan. “The entire budget for this project was handed to us and includes all the wet works, as well as the design, installation and commissioning. We will also train the client’s operators as soon as the project has been completed.
“Such a major project is not without challenges, although most challenges associated with the design and installation seemed minor in comparison to those generated by the disaster in Japan in March. This resulted in some delayed deliveries of broadcast equipment to my clients during this particular project and others for that matter.’
ON-AIR Systems recently partnered with other systems integrators and broadcast solutions companies to ensure their ability to provide a full range of equipment and services to the industry.
“We have not secured any additional distribution rights and / or agencies this year so far but we do have some in the pipeline but they can’t be announced until all agreements are finalised. OASYS, our broadcast automation partner from the UK, remains one of our flagship products and we continue to grow this product as an inexpensive channel in a box solution on the African continent,’ concludes Flanegan.