Find out about the world’s first full IP broadcast studio and live remote production – Belgium broadcaster VRT’s LiveIP project.
Wednesday the 1st of June – Presentation Meeting starting at 7pm followed by a drinks reception at the The Fullerton Hotel – 1 Fullerton Square, Singapore 049178.
Private boat Transfer from Marina Bay Sands to the Fullerton Hotel will be available prior to the meeting.
We would like to invite you to our exclusive event, where you can hear about the latest thinking and developments in IP-based production. Find out in particular how IP is blurring the distinction between studio and contribution, thanks to a consistent network architecture and management; also discover our vision for the future of live broadcast – virtualized media production.
This special event, taking place during BroadcastASIA 2016, and featuring a special guest speaker from VRT’s LiveIP sandbox project, Michel De Wolf, we will cover:
- The new virtualized media production architecture – adapting IP, IT, SDN technology used in other areas of the business to enable organizations to produce more content in real-time.
- Uncovering the Cloud of Real-Time – the next generation of live production infrastructure ensuring a seamless management, transport and processing of media across outside locations, contribution and studio infrastructure.
- Moving from baseband to IP in production – leveraging existing baseband in-studio, remote production and contribution as part of the transition to IP.
- Case study, with Michel De Wolf that will present the latest on the VRT Sandbox LiveIP project which has developed an all IP broadcast production environment.
The session will be followed with a drinks reception at the The Fullerton Hotel – Straits Room & Roof Garden.
Please confirm your interest in the event, by registering for the event using the form at the bottom of this page.
About the LiveIP Project and Michel De Wolf
The LiveIP Project (sandbox.vrt.be/liveip/) is a collaboration between the Belgium national broadcaster VRT, the EBU and a group of innovative Broadcast Technology partners. The objective is to build and operate a Live TV production studio with state of the art IP-based and IT-centric hardware and software.
Michel De Wolf is the former CTO for EVS, having joined the company in 2008 when it acquired DWESAB a company he founded in 1987 and focusing on automotive, industrial control systems and broadcast solutions. Having become convinced that IP was mature enough for use in studios and beyond, he approached VRT and the EBU and set-up with them the LiveIP project in 2015.
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