CTG-1000 RWG Router Web Gateway
Faster, easier access to more status information than ever before - a concept turned into reality by the CTG-1000 RWG Router Web Gateway.
This unique software is a web-based router control and on-air tally distribution system that turns any standard web browser into a router control panel and/or comprehensive status display.
Originally used by NBC for their broadcast of the 2000 Summer Olympic Games in Sydney, Australia, the CTG-1000 RWG was so successful that NBC asked Cyradis to create an expanded version for their broadcast of the 2002 Winter Olympic Games in Salt Lake City.
Outstanding features of the CTG-1000 RWG include:
Source/Destination Directory with current status display for a specified destination and/or all destinations using a specified source
Destination Status Page showing status and time of last switch, with locked or protected destinations highlighted in red
Control Panel Page for secure, web-based router control with configurable destination access for each user
VTR Status Page for comprehensive status information on each VTR, including bus locks, record functions, and tally errors
Dynamic, user-configurable pages with any number of columns, any page length, selectable delay for automatic page changeover, and content filtering
Trunk Status Page showing all trunk lines, regardless of whether or not they are in use
Trunk Users Page listing all trunk line users in sequential order from most to least amount of usage time
Error Status Page showing current status of all critical system alarm points
Easy to read Error Log Page for quick reference and rapid detection of user errors.
CTG-1000 Router Web Gateway Block Diagram