NOA Brings Archiving Expertise to ABU Digital Broadcasting Symposium
AV digitising and archiving specialist NOA GmbH is gearing up for its participation in this year’s ABU Digital Broadcasting Symposium, held March 4–7 in Kuala Lumpur.
Under the theme “Digital Transition and Transformation,” the 2019 symposium will put focus on industry advances and new technologies. The three-day DBS conference sessions will provide insight into industry advances and anticipated technologies. It will also serve as a platform for industry professionals to exchange their experiences and expert views on recent developments.
In addition, a technical exhibition will offer attendees the chance to see the latest available solutions and discuss with manufacturers, while specialised workshops, presented by exhibiting companies, will offer insight into the application and implementation of specific technologies.
Bruno Burtre (pictured right) and Abderrahmane Bessaih will be representing NOA at this year’s symposium. Exhibiting on booth number 7, the company will highlight its innovative archiving expertise and solutions.
Burtre will present a paper during Session 6 on March 6 from 11:30– 13:00. During his speech “Digital Transformation – Workflow Enhancement, Media Management and Cloud Integration,” Burtre will take a look at the key points involved in today’s industry AV digitization projects. He will discuss putting optimization-focused requirements into a broader perspective in light of operation cost cutting, and building optimized playout formats that are ideal for implementation now and in the coming years.
“We are delighted to attend ABU-DBS for several reasons. Firstly, to meet our existing customers in the Asia-Pacific region and introduce our archiving technology to new partners and prospects,” said Christophe Kummer, Managing Partner of NOA. “Secondly, we will have the opportunity to share our expertise on industrial digitization during one of the focused workshops. Finally we are looking forward to enjoying conversations on preserving legacy archive.”
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