Welcome to the November 2018 edition of our RTS newsletter. Enjoy reading!

The RTS editorial team
CBS and RTS support NYC's High School for Environmental Studies with ODIN digital intercom matrix
Located in a former movie studio in New York City's West Midtown neighborhood, the High School for Environmental Studies is focused on urban environmental education. As part of its innovative, hands-on approach, the school is creating an Environmental Studio, a modern media production and broadcast facility. Partnering with CBS Broadcasting, which is a sponsor of HSES, RTS has donated an ODIN digital intercom matrix to the project.
RTS Online Training Academy

Introducing online RTS training... for free!
The RTS online training academy is now open and you're invited to enroll - for free! In the video, System Engineer Sven Bindels invites you to benefit from a comprehensive range of training opportunities courtesy of our online training program. This is your chance to brush up on the basics and learn all you need to know about the IP intercom of the future, all for free and available 24/7.
RTS welcomes Gary Bosiacki
RTS would like to welcome Gary Bosiacki to the RTS team. Gary will function as a Sales District Manager for RTS Intercom Systems in North America, covering the North, Central region of the United States. He will also manage our RTS Intercom partners in Canada.

Refer to the link below to updated RTS contact list for any questions.

Vivid Broadcast steps up to IP with ROAMEO
UK-based outside broadcast and flypack specialist Vivid Broadcast has upgraded to an IP-based workflow thanks to an investment in ROAMEO wireless intercom. The company currently operates three flypacks and two small outside broadcast trucks, the latest of which sports an ADAM-M frame fitted with OMNEO IP cards, two KP-5032 keypanels and seven KP-3016 keypanels, plus four ROAMEO beltpacks which communicate with two access points.

For large events such as awards shows, concerts and festivals, Vivid's provide a stand-alone Comms system built around the ADAM-M. One recent event at London's O2 Arena used 24 ROAMEO beltpacks - reputed to be the highest count used on a UK event - by simply designing a system that places access points where fiber access points for video are already in place.

Special Projects Engineer Stephen Montgomery points out how well the ROAMEO packs have been received: "They're easy to use, no matter whether it's a floor manager speaking with the director without the need for two radios or a technical manager who can use his iPhone headphones - each with packs set up for their personal requirements. A wireless key panel is how we describe it. And it's all with absolutely zero drop-out as we move around a venue." According to company Director Rory Springthorpe, the decision to invest in RTS "has really paid off because Comms form such a vital part of projects. We work a lot in stadiums and with ROAMEO we can offer clients a substantially improved level of communication. We'll now be rolling out the new ODIN across our flypacks meaning all our clients will benefit. The level of support from RTS has been superb."