Our customers


Located at the heart of Riyadh, Al Alamiya provides world-class facilities including shooting spaces, studios, 3D motion graphics studios, and a large number of audio and picture post-production suites. As the first media and advertising company in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, Alamiya offers a wide range of innovative and unique media services. More than 40 years of experience in the local and international markets makes them a one-stop shop for all aspects of film & video production requirements, for both broadcast and for public and private sector clients.

Our latest project is the deveopment of a new web based application for LUCA School of Arts to facilitate the rental of equipment to their students. It involves 5 high schools: Narafi, Sint-Lukas Brussel, Sint-Lucas Gent, C-Mine Genk and Lemmens Leuven.

GoCreate serves production companies with the mission critical IT-services they need for their production environment. They deal with networking, servers, storage solutions and infrastructure design for both live production as post-production and datacenter facilities.


Live Broadcast Facilities is a large facility provider in Abu Dhabi and uses Dylius for planning +450 people daily.

Dylius crosses borders and has set foot on Arabian soil. Seven Production is a leading facility provider in Dubai that uses Dylius to improve planning of staff, equipment & OB trucks.

DB Video is a important player on the Belgian market. A fast growing company that needed a flexible software.

You make the music. We save the sound. Live is Life offers audio-only services.

Eurogrip, Belgiums leader in high end cranes, Jibs, remote heads, Dollys, and Towercams.

Outside Broadcast, decided to replace its planning software with Dylius. It is now used to organize several ob vans, multicam crews and ENG crews. The online part is used to give staff members and customers a view to their planning.
Outside Broadcast became part of the NEP Group in 2016.

Mediasense delivers all kinds of facilities for capturing and editing television programmes in the most efficient way. They use Dylius for planning of all resources and Dylius Online for the crew to consult their planning and reporting in worksheets and more.

The audio visual division of the European Commission in Brussels handles camcrews and editing facilities to capture, edit and broadcast European news. Dylius is used to plan people and equipment, and to calculate worked hours and results of jobs and generate the necessary reports.
This was a temporary contract from October 2009 till September 2014.

The audiovisual service of the Catholic University of Leuven, Directie Onderwijs en Leren, uses Dylius for the planning of its staff and other resources. Meeting rooms, edit rooms and audiovisual equipment is planned to the minute. Equipment rent-out and the tape archive are also being managed with Dylius.