What does the future hold for vendors? Find out from panel drawn from small, medium and large players, discussing the new challenges their customers are facing and how they are helping to solve them in these challenging times. We’ll also explore how vendors are having to transform themselves - new business models, new verticals, new challenges…
Vendor Panel looking at the long-term drivers of change as a result of the pandemic on direct-to-consumer, content production and management.
This session looks at how COVID-19 is accelerating technology transition and technology innovations as well as key growth drivers across different business segments and geographies of the region.
Get the inside track on key trends and technologies shaping the future of Broadcast and Media
This case study looks at how the IABM BaM Shop Window™ is helping companies like Datavideo to gain exposure for their products.
Based on experience of real-world deployments to-date, Andy Rayner (Chief Technologist, Nevion) takes a look at some of the principles for designing complete systems. Now the basics for SMPTE ST 2110 are complete and in place, developments and deployments are focusing on achieving the ‘whole solution’. An all-IP environment offers immense flexibility which is yet to be fully realized but is coming to fruition as vendors mature their capabilities. As well as basic architectures, some of the areas explored including optimising buffering, audio manipulation, conversion between ST 2110 and SMPTE ST 2022 & going on/off campus in IP.
Many vendors are finding exciting business opportunities by looking beyond the traditional broadcast market in education, events and live sports – plus the huge growth of video use across corporate marketing. A panel of entrepreneurs who have built their business beyond broadcast let the audience into the secrets of success.
We have heard about interoperability, microservices and vendors collaborating, so what does this mean for standards? Are industry standards such as SMPTE ST 2110 more important than ever – or an anachronism in an age driven by IT? What about other emerging standards such as NDI? Two leading systems integrators, who have delivered IP projects in the wild, debated the importance of standards in the transition to IP, and asked whether they are always answering the right question.
IABM APAC Director, Peter Bruce, presents the APAC Regional Business Update at InterBEE 2017 (with Japanese translation), covering the general business environment, End-User performance, comparisons between regions, digital transitions and much more. Followed by a global industry update with IABM CEO Peter White as he presents the changing technologies, customers’ and suppliers’ performance, and changing revenues.
Caryn Cohen, Director or North America, and Stan Moote, CTO, present IABM State of the Industry at NAB New York 2017 – they cover consumer viewing trends, advertising, mergers & acquisitions within the region, and much, much more…