May 2010 Meeting – Worldcast Systems

“Worldcast Systems delivers an innovative and highly efficient approach to remote control which brings true intelligence to the broadcast site by way of graphic scripting with ScriptEasy and RELIO.

“Learn the benefits of an enhanced broadcast operation through comprehensive and advanced monitoring and control of broadcast equipment,  HVAC, security, elevator control, servers, firewalls, electronic entry, snap-shots of authorized and unauthorized visitors and more!

“ScriptEasy and RELIO use advanced communication techniques such as IP networking, SNMP protocols, logic gates, ping command, timers, counters, schedulers and a remarkable voice DTMF interface, while maintaining legacy communications protocols such as serial connections and high-capacity of conventional I/O connections.

“Tony Peterle will outline the advantages of taking complete command and control of your upgraded broadcast facility with ScriptEasy and RELIO to significantly decrease downtime and maintenance cost while optimizing productivity”

Join us for our monthly meeting Wednesday, May 12 at noon at Western Radio Electronics, 7558 Trade Street, in the Miramar area of San Diego. Steve Moreen of RF Specialties provides lunch for you. We should be finished at about 1:30 PM.

About Our Presenter

Tony Peterle grew up in Central Ohio and began taking things apart at an early age to find out how they worked. Fortunately for his parents’ sanity, he quickly learned how to put things back together, and graduated from the College of Wooster in 1981. He has been involved in radio broadcasting continuously since high school. Tony has held Chief Engineer positions in Honolulu, Kansas City, and Wichita. After attaining his commercial pilot’s license, Tony spent several years as a traffic reporter before receiving CSRE certification from the SBE in 2005. Shortly thereafter, he came to work for Audemat/Worldcast Systems, and enjoys helping customers solve problems, traveling, contributing to the design of new products, and seeing familiar faces at NAB and SBE events.