Date: December 4th, 2018. 19:00-21:00
Location:Near Piccadilly Circus, 20 Air Street, W1B 5AN
London Video Tech meets again! This time at Twitter’s London HQ near Piccadilly. Featuring a panel discussing the highlights of the Demuxed conference plus two talks on Dynamic Content Insertion and Network Distributed Video Coding, this should be a really interesting meet up of a great community.
Date: Thursday, October 25, 2018 – 18:15 to 21:30
Location: Atos HQ, Mid City Place, 71 High Holborn, WC1V 6DA, London map: Google Maps
In this talk, Atos discusses its work in the media field and in particular the work with NMOS done by its Broadcast Network Control System (BNCS) allowing for Discovery and Registration as well as new work on the Event & Tally specification.
Key to succesful deployment of IP infrastructure based on standards such as SMPTE ST 2110, AMWA IS-04 specifies APIs to allow network-connected devices to register their resources on a shared registry, and for client applications to query the registry, and to subscribe to updates.
This event will explain how NMOS can help simply operation of your system, track your hardware assets and keep your finance department happy.
The meeting is hosted by Marcos Gonzalez-Flower – Head of UK&I Media Practice Atos with presentations from Chris Gil – BNCS Solution Architect, Tim Hall, and Daniel Lynch
Did you miss IBC this year or only have time to see half? Come to the joint meeting with the RTS Thames Valley and RTS Southern Centre and you will be able to catch up on all the highlights and discuss the hot topics this year with this panel of experienced attendees.
If you were unable to make it to IBC this year, this RTS event that will bring you up to speed on the highlights of the Exhibition and the Conference.
The panel of experts will guide you through the through the most exciting exhibitors and give you an overview of the hottest sessions and timely topics featured in the Conference which this year had more than 400 Speakers over five days.
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