Case Studies - Systems Integration

Blue Tower office and studio facilities at MediaCityUK, Salford, UK

The SIS LIVE systems integration team handled the relocation of SIS facilities to the Blue Tower at MediaCityUK, including the installation of multiple production areas and an MCR, plus supporting core infrastructure. The SIS LIVE project team designed, installed, commissioned and developed the entire facility. more

France TV’s Mobile TV studio, London, UK

For France Televisions’ Olympic coverage this summer SIS LIVE designed and installed a live TV studio into a red London bus, enabling it to transmit while on the move. Our systems integration team worked closely with the clients to ensure this groundbreaking project was delivered successfully. more

Tour De France presentation coverage, France

SIS LIVE’s versatile Tour de France trailer, used by V-squared for ITV’s coverage, contains office and production spaces, a VT area, and technical sound, vision and ‘uPod’ uplink facilities. This self-contained system was entirely designed and integrated by our SI team and performed impeccably. more

HD6 integration, Milton Keynes, UK

In 2011 SIS LIVE announced a five-year deal with Arena Leisure Plc, to provide outside broadcast facilities at over 350 horse race meets per year. As part of the ongoing development of the coverage a new mid-sized OB vehicle was added to the existing racing fleet, integrated by SIS LIVE. more

Coral - studio build, Milton Keynes, UK

SIS LIVE was employed to build and commission multiple network broadcast areas within their Milton Keynes base for the bookmakers, Coral, delivering to a tight deadline and ensuring existing services were not disrupted. more

MiniLiveman - integration, Milton Keynes, UK

SIS LIVE provided broadcast integration services for NewTek, creating the first HD Live Production vehicle ever made in a compact SUV, and featuring SIS LIVE’s own award-winning uPod® satellite uplink system. more

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