Per Bohler

Per Bohler

Principal Engineer (retired end 2013), NRK
Per Böhler has been with the Norwegian Broadcasting Corp. (NRK) since 1963. After graduating from the NRK Engineering School he worked for a few years as an operational engineer before he moved to the Engineering Development/Technology Departments. His professional work has entirely been dedicated to video origination equipment, optical testing of camera lenses, video processing/recording/compression and display technologies. Per Böhler has been actively involved in EBU work since 1982 until his retirement from NRK at the end of 2013. He has chaired several EBU groups over the years and co-chaired/chaired the EBU Production Technology Management Committee (PMC) for 16 years. He was the Chairman of the EBU FTV(Future TeleVision)-LED project and of the EBU Expert Community for Video (EC-V) until he retired. After his retirement he has continued to do consultancy work on camera technology and spectrophotometric measurements on cameras for NRK.
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