Dejero EnGo encoding now is able to automatically adapt to content complexity as it is captured, and supports up to 20Mbps bitrate for live transmission and 1080p 50/60.
The company has further enhanced its auto-transport and adaptive bitrate encoding technology with HEVC/H.265 compression, to provide improved picture quality in a wider variety of scenarios.
Alongside EnGo will be the demonstration of its CellSat connectivity service, which comes with additional features that provide enhanced multiple antenna options, including portable flyaway and vehicle-mount options, and additional connectivity plans to support the varied needs of users.
As access to reliable connectivity is now more critical than ever for contribution and distribution, Dejero will also be offering the Dejero GateWay solution, which is designed to provide high-bandwidth connectivity by blending together multiple connections such as cellular and satellite as well as other wireless technologies — creating higher throughput and reliability over a secure connection.
With access to Internet connectivity on location, field crews will be able to perform more activities remotely as GateWay offers the extra bandwidth needed to upload and download large files as well as access newsroom and media asset management (MAM) systems, cloud services, and private networks remotely.
It also allows crews to spend more time in the field while reducing time commuting back and forth between assignments.
To find out more, visit Dejero at booth C2025.