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IP Showcase - Summer Sessions 2020

IP Showcase - Summer Sessions 2020

IP Showcase - Summer Sessions 2020

Each week a new session will be available for replay where an industry expert will deliver a presentation focused on media-over-IP workflows or use cases and their supporting technologies.

Joined by sponsors, AES, AMWA, EBU, SMPTE, and the Ultra HD Forum, AIMS and VSF have created 15 weekly sessions. Presentations will feature expert commentary and use a wealth of experience and technical knowledge to delve into key aspects of media-over-IP.

IP Media Technology Overview, Mike Cronk, Chairman, AIMS
JT-NM Tested March 2020 – Results and Methodologies Explained, Ievgen Kostiukevych, Senior IP Media Architect, EBU
What is NMOS? Secure Control Case Study, Jed Deame, CEO, Nextera Video
Introduction to IPMX, Andreas Hildebrand, Senior Product Manager, RAVENNA
JPEG-XS and IPMX, Jean-Baptiste Lorent, Director of Marketing and Sales, intoPIX
NMOS: The API for IPMX, Andrew Starks, Director of Product Management, Macnica
ST 2110 Testing Fundamentals, Jean Lapierre, Senior Director of Software Engineering, Matrox
Large Scale Distributed ST 2110 Deployment, Andy Rayner, Chief Technologist, Nevion
Venue Production Systems Using ST 2110, John Mailhot, CTO Networking & Infrastructure, Imagine Communications
Audio Metadata Transport for IP, Kent Terry, Sr. Mgr. Sound Technology, Office of the CTO, Dolby
The 2020 EBU Pyramid of User Requirements, Felix Poulin, Director – Media Transport Architecture & Lab , CBC Radio Canada, and Wim Vermost, Design and Engineering Manager, VRT
The Challenges of Hybrid SDI and ST 2110 for Live OB Production, Kevin Salvidge, European Regional Development Manager, Leader Europe
NEW Case Study: International Remote Production, Steven Dargham, Senior Business Development Executive-Special Events, Telstra Broadcast Services

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