The team at LumenRadio is very proud to announce that they have won a third PLASA Award for Innovation, presented at the PLASA Show in London this week.
This year’s award was for the SuperNova 3 software, which enables system-wide control of RDM devices across an Art-Net network. SuperNova 3 offers the perfect tool for production electricians or system technicians to monitor, configure and display their rig status in real-time. Building on the SuperNova platform, this advancement enables users to control their whole rig – even the devices connected by cables!
LumenRadio’s first Award for Innovation was given in 2009 for the CRMX Nova product line and it’s contributions to wireless DMX and RDM data distribution including low latency, error correction, and cognitive coexistence that enable reliable operation in difficult and saturated radio environments. The second award was given to LumenRadio in 2010 for the CRMX Nova Flex product, which added powerful protocol conversion to LumenRadio’s technology platform.
The awards are judged by a panel of independent industry professionals at the PLASA London exhibition and are awarded for products deemed by the judges to demonstrate a new style of thinking and improve technical practice.
Senior R&D Engineer at LumenRadio, Marcus Bengtsson, says “SuperNova has become the platform of choice for our users when it comes to RDM control. The features we have added to version 3 bring a whole new dimension to that control and expands it to an all encompassing solution for wireless as well as wired networks.”
The preview of SuperNova 3 was a resounding success at the show with a constant flow of attendees asking for demonstrations of the award winning system. LumenRadio is currently carrying out field trials at beta-test sites using the system, and full product release is scheduled for later in 2013.