Wuppertal, Germany (April 3, 2015)—Dutch company Infostrada Creative Technology is using Riedel’s Artist digital matrix intercom system and Acrobat wireless comms during production of a reality show in Germany
During production of the social television experiment, Infostrada is using the Riedel equipment to create an intercom system that connects Infostrada's Mobile Datacenter with remote locations on site.
For this production, Infostrada developed a mobile datacenter within a 40-foot container, installing systems including the Riedel Artist system. Using fiber, the company has extended the intercoms externally to remote locations on-site, where the panels are connected over AES connections. All connections to and from the mobile datacenter are on fiber, and a total of 14 multicore fiber cables connect the container to all remote locations.
Supporting wireless intercom communications, the Acrobat element of the Riedel installation gives headset users in remote locations the flexibility to move about without compromising audio quality or continuity. The integration of the Riedel RiFace system further extends the communications network to include the operational crew, working in the field with digital radios.