Paper Session: Novel ideas and cutting edge technologies
Every year we receive papers describing novel ideas and innovative developments which just don't fit into any session category. Every year we bring these to you in the special and popular 'Cutting Edge Technologies' session.
This year's collection explores such ideas as: the orchestration of media between streams and devices; planning DVB-T2 in super-efficient WiB networks; detecting illegal credential sharing and a truly fascinating example of live production from beyond the Arctic Circle. Widen your horizons and join us for a thought-provoking glimpse of what the future may hold.
Papers in order of presentation:
Oskar van Deventer, Senior Scientist Media Networking, TNO, Netherlands, "MEDIA ORCHESTRATION BETWEEN STREAMS AND DEVICES VIA NEW MPEG TIMED METADATA"
Alberto Morello, Research & Development, Rai, Italy, "THE POTENTIAL OF T2 IN A WIB PLANNED DTT SCENARIO"
Orly Amsalem, Data Scientist, Cisco, Israel "DETECTING ILLEGAL CREDENTIAL SHARING IN VIDEO SUBSCRIPTION"
Atle Saegrov, CEO, Radionor Communications, Norway, "“5G” TECHNOLOGY FOR LIVE PRODUCTION BEYOND THE ARTIC CIRCLE"
Maxine Glancy, Lead Research Scientist, BBC, United Kingdom, "360 CINEMATIC LITERACY: A CASE STUDY"