Syncrotech Systems is proud to bring Zenon-Media and SciSys Radio Automation solutions to the Australian and New Zealand market places.

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Zenon-Media is an internationally known company created in the early seventies by two French engineers.  First steps in Paris 1972, three years later in Willstaett, Germany, the company specialized in development and distribution of products for the film and video market.

In 1995, a research and development pool was created, aiming at the elaboration of a new digital radio concept for On Air radio broadcasting: The “All In One” product range was born.

Since this time, our company has equipped over 1000 radio stations around the world and has grown to become one of the most successful companies in it’s field, with offices in Germany, France, Malaysia and Service Partners all around the world.


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All In One Audio Pro

Full radio automation system: from Planning to On Air Playout inclusive local splitting for radio stations of all sizes


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Pre-configured automation system for radio stations, complete modular


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Visual Radio

Visualize your radio for the web, mobile apps or in-house TV with link to social networks


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Radio Cloud Service Datacenter

Cloud your content, share on all devices. Store important data in a TIER4 Datacenter, stay On Air


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The core processes of media management, content creation and playout are the domain of the dira! product line.  Originally derived from ”digital radio”, dira! today means much more than radio solutions.  It is a direct, intelligent, reliable and adaptable suite of television, radio, newsroom and new media production and playout applications supporting the core workflows that any broadcaster needs covered by a proven digital system.

Users of SCISYS solutions are in good company.  Originally serving primarily public service broadcasters in Germany, SCISYS now supply IT solutions for planning, producing and playing out radio and new media content to a growing number of national and international channels including BBC.