We at Televes UK understand the challenges we are all facing with regards to the rapid spread of the COVID-19 virus and want you to know that we remain fully operational and are here for you. We are doing everything possible as a responsible company to avoid engaging in activities that could potentially place employees and clients at risk. We are minimizing disruptions and plan to keep all our activities fully operational as long as possible in order to maintain support and delivery of service to you.
The team at Televes UK remains fully available and will abide by operational recommendations set out by government officials as the situation evolves.Â Please don’t hesitate to contact us with concerns or for your needs.Â
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Santiago de Compostela, March 10th, 2020. Televes has reached an agreement with Bayerisches Rotes Kreuz (Red Cross of Bavaria) to launch a pilot that will allow Carelifeâ„˘ to be developed in the German market. This important step in the internationalization of the product takes place after having reliably validated, within the framework of the European ACTIVAGE project, the reliability and robustness of this advanced telecare solution for eHealth environments.
The Bavarian Red Cross is a leading provider of social and health services in the land of Bavaria. This collaboration will serve to adapt to the German market the care model for the elderly or dependents based on technology proposed by Carelifeâ„˘.
For the development of the pilot, 20 homes will be equipped w[...]
RTVEÂ´s satellite change to Hot Bird 13B forces users to realign their sat dishes before 29th of february
Santiago de Compostela, 6th february 2020. Radio TelevisiĂłn EspaĂ±ola, the public radio-television entity in Spain, has reported that channels TVE Internacional, Canal 24 Horas and RNE broadcasts, which were being broadcasted through Astra satellite, have also begun emissions through Hot Bird 13B satellite. This simultaneous broadcast (simulcast), which began on December 15, 2019, will end on February 29. As of that date Astra emissions will cease. This forces users to redirect satellite dishes to the Hot Bird signal before February 29 in order to continue enjoying the services./p>
This migration to Hot Bird 13B satellite responds, according to the public entity, t[...]