Awards

DVS products are internationally recognized and stand for high-quality products made in Germany. Award winning products such as the DI workstation CLIPSTER®, VENICE, the Media Production Hub and the innovative data manager Spycer® underline the international recognition of our products.

SpycerBox Cell

The SpycerBox Cell has been recognized as an Honorable Mention from Post Magazine for one of the "coolest" new products at the 2014 NAB show.

VENICE

The DVS Media Production Hub VENICE received another major industry award. At the French SATIS VENICE was awarded the Trophée SATIS in the category "diffusion".  

At NAB 2013 VENICE won the Broadcast Engineering Pick Hit Award. The award is in recognition of DVS's innovative technology developed and shown in Las Vegas. The BE Pick Hit Awards are the industry's longest-running new product technology awards. 

DVS

In 2010, DVS was included in the prestigious Encyclopedia of German World Market Leaders for maintaining a leading position in the area of professional digital film and video technology.

DVS received the 2009 Deluxe Outstanding Technical Achievement Award in recognition of the company’s longstanding technical innovation at BANFF WORLD TELEVISION FESTIVAL.

CLIPSTER®

In September 2009, the Hollywood Post Alliance (HPA) announced CLIPSTER® to be one of three coveted Engineering Excellence Award Winner. The organization honored three groundbreaking technologies with the respected Engineering Excellence Award. Among them is DVS’s flagship CLIPSTER®

At NAB 2009 CLIPSTER® 3rd Generation was chosen for a POST PICKS award. 
POST PICKS award winning systems were carefully selected by a group of real-world pros at NAB 2009, who searched for gear they would want to put to work on their own projects.  

The sophisticated DVS workstation CLIPSTER® won the Digital Cinema Award 2005. The renowned prize was awarded for advancement in the art and science of digital cinematography.

Spycer®

The innovative Spycer® software impressed the Jury of the TVBEurope magazine at IBC 2006. The data manager won the Pick of Show Award.