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Implemented with the DotNetNuke asp.net framework, www.ethicalconsumer.org is a brand new fully content-managed web site for Ethical Consumer, the UK's leading alternative consumer organisation. Idonix created custom DNN modules to display syndicated content from www.ethiscore.org, and built a new CSS layout skin especially for the site.
Developed in C# under the .net framework 2.0, this system logs and displays the ongoing performance of IRN's Tellitec ip based satellite distribution system. The system is notified of the generation of new content, and continuosly polls three different ftp servers for it's delivery.
Our IGO automation software ensured the smooth running of BBC2's 2006 Local Election coverage, driving eStudio render heads from Brainstorm Multimedia.
Another successful outing on BBC1, BBC News 24 and BBC World for the IGO automation system. Real-time data feeds, along with seven operators, driving five tOG-3D rendering engines from rtSoftware.
Automated graphics systems for BBC Wales, S4C and for BBC2 Westminster, driving Pinnacle Rocket and Matrox CG2000 graphics machines from tailored IGO solutions.
RefsBase, a .NET application with a SQL Server backend, is a database containing information on the ethical behaviour of over 30,000 companies. It is front-ended by the Corporate Critic and Ethiscore web sites, also developed by Idonix. RefsBase is founded on our ground-breaking dataspace technology.
A number of projects using UniCue automation technology encompassing live graphics and gameshow control, working with PCI Fitch in locations including New Orleans, Amsterdam, London and Atlanta.
For this project Idonix developed the UniCue control system - a scriptable automation system encompassing graphics, interfaces to audience voting systems and studio control via MIDI, question data and operator panels. In use at theme parks in Florida and California.
QED has been used to provide Question and Contestant management systems for a number of major gameshow formats. To date it has been rolled out to locations as diverse as the UK, Germany, France, Russia, Georgia, Hong Kong and China.
A "UniCue" control system now runs TV shows in Hong Kong and Singapore.