The live broadcast project from the Al-Abbas's (p) Holy Shrine (SNG) reaches its final stages, after the completion of all the architectural and artistic sides of the project.
The project is executed by eleven motorized cameras scattered in the holy shrine, and that are remotely controlled in addition to five mobile cameras and a very sophisticated archive and servers' systems and SNG device to broadcast through the satellite.
The project aims to broadcast all events at the holy shrine, such as: congregational prayers, worship acts, festivals, conferences, condolences' rituals and others. The broadcast will be done with the latest technology, high-precision quality, very sophisticated equipment and high potential.
Among the objectives of this project is to provide many satellite channel that are looking for hours of broadcast and have no staff to send to cover the activities of the holy shrine. The project goal is to give the frequency of the holy shrine to broadcast all events without they send their staff and bearing their responsibilities in terms of housing, transportation and securing an accompanying person for them. And most importantly is to give the image that fit with the policy of the Al-Abbas's (p) holy shrine without any kind of bias.
Engineer Dea' Majeed Al-Sa'egh; head of Engineering Project Department at the Al-Abbas's (p) holy shrine has explained to Al-Kafeel Network: "After conducting a thorough study with the relevant authorities that will work on this project; the Imaging and Montage Division of the Department of the Intellectual and Cultural Affairs Department at the holy shrine, and overseeing their potential in these aspects we have contracted with one of the specialized companies in this field, to train the supervising staff of this project and to manage these devices, then a space of the horizontal expansion project of the Al-Abbas's (p) holy shrine was allocated to this project, taking into account the proximity to the work site to facilitate the wiring installation. It was equipped with all the necessary devices needed for such project from international origin, starting from the cameras to the other technical devices, most importantly the SNG system."
As for Mr. Basheer Al-Tajer, the head of the Imaging and Montage Division, the supervising and managing body of this project, has stated: "The project includes eleven fixed cameras scattered inside and outside the holy sanctuary in addition to mounted cameras, as well as five mobile cameras controlled centrally in the remote control room, in addition to imaging mixer, servers system, and SNG device for satellite broadcast. A special frequency will be determined to enable the live broadcast to all satellite channels wishing to receive the live from the holy sanctuary of Al-Abas (peace be upon him), so that the lovers and followers of Ahl Al-Bayt (peace be upon them) can watch the spiritual atmosphere from this holy place for the first time."