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DRILLARIUM: Large Scale Playout  The current broadcast environment requires hundreds of channels to be supervised by a single operator.

Vector 3 has created DRILLARIUM, the tool for this new paradigm of massive playout operations. DRILLARIUM is designed to focus the efforts of the operators towards key activities to maximize efficiency and minimize fatigue.Read More >>

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