Offload connected car data (software updates, maps, entertainment) that are run over cellular data, reducing overall cost for connected vehicles
Service to distribute OEM data/content (e.g., software updates, maps) to connected vehicles via ATSC 3.0
Diversify connectivity options to lower cost and provide a more robust service to their customers
Delivery of high quality, live entertainment content directly to vehicles via native or aftermarket antenna and receiver
Dynamically bring target ads right to the customer, in a variety of in-store use cases, while lowering data costs
Dynamic advertising distributed to digital billboards and signs in real-time
Lower cost of data delivery by leveraging the one to many efficiencies of ATSC 3.0 while also decongesting wireless networks
Service to deliver high quality, data intensive packages via ATSC 3.0 broadcast network to end users
Provide robust, accurate location services at a significantly lower cost than current satellite solutions
Enhanced GPS positioning for vehicles and drones via ATSC 3.0 transmission of correctional data
One-to-many data delivery: ATSC 3.0 sends data packages to many devices, simultaneously, making it exponentially more efficient than traditional wireless networks (one-to-one data delivery)
ATSC 3.0 is a low cost data delivery option to complement existing cellular networks: ATSC 3.0 allows for a diversified delivery of data, based on use case.
1.0 is the traditional broadcast standard. ATSC 3.0 (NextGenTV) is the latest broadcast standard that integrates OTT and OTA technology through IP-based backbone, built with data delivery in mind
Any data normally sent over internet / broadband can be sent leveraging broadcast technology. ATSC 3.0 was designed with mobile delivery in mind, integrating with cell phones and IoT devices.
3.0 is a more efficient technology, than the traditional standard of 1.0, which allows broadcasters to still achieve their regular commitments while freeing up capacity for additional use cases (data delivery, etc.)
Sinclair has consistently been at the forefront of broadcast technology and has supported the growth of ATSC 3.0. ATSC 3.0 now covers 62% of the country and is projected to reach 75% by the end of 2023.
Sinclair has established partnerships with Nexstar, through BitPath, to continue innovating and aggregating spectrum across the majority of US markets
Plan ahead for 5G networks to reach capacity limits (estimated 2027) by diversifying data delivery methods and reducing current network strain with ATSC 3.0. With this technology, viability of 5G networks could be extended for several years, increasing value and ROI of current 5G network investments.
With exponentially increasing data consumption trends, early adopters can avoid the capital investments required to support these trends by integrating with ATSC 3.0 networks and leveraging the benefits of multicast data delivery efficiencies
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