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Burk Technology Launches Custom Views Championship Contest
Littleton, MA - Sep 10, 2007 - Burk Technology has announced the first Custom Views Championship contest, where broadcasters are invited to create custom views in Burk's Lynx 5, Auto Pilot 3 or Auto Pilot Plus software and submit their designs to be judged on functionality, visual appeal and engineering innovation. Radio magazine editor Chriss Scherer is the contest judge.
The contest winner receives a choice of the Burk Watchband Remote AM/FM/RDS receiver or a pair of Burk Technology AFD-1 Arc and Flame Detectors. Watchband was the recipient of a 2007 Radio magazine Pick Hit award.
Custom views are a core feature in each of Burk Technology's remote monitoring and control solutions. With custom views, broadcasters design software screens tailored for their own operational requirements. Designers can place customized meters, status indicators and controls anywhere on the screen, and operators can access multiple sites on a single display. Map images are included for creating geographic views of the operation with drill-down alarm management.
Entries are accepted until Nov. 30, 2007. More info is available at www.burk.com/contest.
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