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Tom is an Electronics and Computer Engineering graduate from the University of York, and brings with him a wide range of programming skills, experience, and enthusiasm. Having recently moved to Much Wenlock he is keen to start working on exciting new projects and become part of the team.
Animated web graphics displaying real-time electricity demand data, a web service sitting on a SQL Server database, and a dotnetnuke web site to wrap it all up.
Another outing for our IGO automation software, this time for BBC2's 2009 Euro Election coverage, driving eStudio render heads from Brainstorm Multimedia.
IGO automation ran the graphics systems at BBC Television Centre for the coverage of the historic 2008 US Presidential elections,
with Flash rendered graphic preview screens available to presenters in the BBC's Washington studio.
Data was collected via FTP from BBC Online's Washington based results desk and the Associated Press VoteCount service.
Idonix are pleased to announce the appointment of a new member to our development team. Joe brings huge enthusiasm and DirectX programming skills to Idonix.
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.