Today, the China Media Group (CMG) unveiled the new state-of-the-art live broadcast studio on the high-speed rail line connecting the Chinese capital Beijing with the Olympic Games host city Zhangjiakou.
Ultra High Definition (UHD) videos are streamed live from a train traveling at 350 kilometers per hour.
The opening of the study, which includes a new application of 5G + 4K / 8K + VI technology in live streaming of UHD TV on high-speed trains, according to CMG President Shen Haisijung, is a testament to CMG’s commitment. to embrace technological innovation, but also to deliver superior coverage of the 2022 Winter Olympics to the widest possible audience.
“This is the first time in China, and even the world, that 5G technology has been applied to high-speed UHD transmission trains,” President Shen Haisijung said during the inauguration ceremony of the new service. Screens and high-speed rail network. . “
Beijing is the site of the 2022 Winter Olympics, which start in less than a month. China hopes that the Games venue will help the country strengthen its position as a new destination for winter sports and bring 300 million people under the auspices of winter sports.
“CMG has always considered its mission to promote, inform and broadcast the Beijing Winter Olympics,” Shen said, adding that “it is their duty and responsibility.”
China’s first autonomous high-speed line, the Beijing-Zhangjiakou high-speed railway, opened in 2019, reducing travel time between the two Olympic competition zones from more than three hours to just 47 minutes.
Smart trains are equipped with special spaces for storing ski equipment and allow passengers wireless charging, as well as smart light adjustment.
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