[August 23, 2016] New Delhi, India - At IBC 2016, WASP3D will showcase its latest workflow for story creation, video playout, augmented reality, live sports analysis, newsroom workflows, interactive storytelling, and social media on stand 7-B21. Use customer code 13648 for a free exhibition pass.
The company will showcase WASP3D version 3.8 edition, the latest on-air graphics solution equipped with interactive tools & advance features for effectively creating, managing and quickly delivering in-depth, visually stunning and sophisticated news presentations in realtime.
Key highlight of the presentation will be Augmented reality graphics and social media integration along with Nectar “A channel Branding workflow” that provides broadcasters tools to produce, sync, schedule, automate and play out visually engaging real- time 3D graphics for branding, advertising and promotional purposes. Nectar's network-based workflow which is scalable in catering to single and multi-channel networks.
Also available on demo will be WASP3D with business graphics workflow which features a new version of “FIINWIZ”, a complete business graphics automation workflow from data ingest to on-air graphic delivery!
Workflow features built-in terminal that ingest stock feeds directly from third-party business data providers, be it single or multiple wirefeeds (Money line, Reuters, local newswires etc.). The latest version allow FinWiz Client Module comes with WASP3D’s Sting client module, which is used to play the templates on air. Now, a user can use the same application for entering the Data, creating design templates, and playing it on-air.
Tushar Kothari, Director WASP3D commented, "At the time when television broadcasters are reviewing their investment strategies, we are here to offer innovative technology that can help TV channels to increase their revenues." "This IBC, we will show how easily TV stations can present their content in a much more interactive manner."
"WASP3D is extremely easy-to-use, technically comprehensive graphics solution equipped with best- in-the-class tools & features for creating captivating content”. commented Mr. Deependra Rathi, Vice President Sales, WASP3D.
WASP3D will also announce during the show subscription licensing which provides a broadcaster the ability to respond to changing business needs. Whether you have a budget constraint, increased workflow or changes to your headcount, our new licensing allows you to address these changes head-on.
Deependra Rathi, Vice President - EMEA, commented - When you decide to purchase WASP3D subscription licensing, you’re maximizing the power of your design tools while gaining control over your costs. Your software tools will always be up to date with the latest releases and enhancements, while your workflow will benefit from increased capabilities.
Rathi said, we have taken a giant leap by setting our operations in Europe, Middle East & Africa with the intent to come closer to our customers. EMEA continues to be an important market for us and we are determined to bring innovative solutions while offering strong product support to our clients.
WASP3D offers cutting-edge technologies in content display and presentation for television broadcasters globally. Our innovative solutions include workflow based on-air graphics, touch screen presentation tool, Augmented reality graphics, eSports & Virtual Set Studio.
WASP3D empowers creative artists to effortlessly integrate graphics with data for quickly delivering visually stunning content for elections, weather, news, business & sports presentations in real-time.With hundreds of installations in more than 40 countries, the dedicated team of WASP3D provides round the clock support to their customers.
WASP3D has more than hundreds of installations worldwide and its clients include broadcasters like Televisa, Astro Awani, Zee Business, WION, ETV, MTV Beats, Doordarshan, Derana, JRTV, MMTV, TV9, TV One, Dawn news, TV5, Al Rai TV, Kuwait TV, Al Rayyan, Nation Broadcasting Corporation, K24, KBC, MBC Korea and many more. The company is headquartered in New Delhi, India.