Technology is at the heart of all our members’ businesses and IABM technical representatives play prominent roles on standards and technology bodies worldwide, reporting back to members via regular reports and the Technical Advisory Board. Our Industry Collaborative Groups Endorsement Scheme is a major new initiative designed to promote effective collaboration and interoperability.

As a member benefit, IABM Technology supplements your own activities with a range of services to match your specific needs.

Broadcast and Media is a technology-enabled industry and so technological developments are key to current and future developments. Very few business decisions are taken without an understanding of the influence of the underlying technology.

Let us know how we can help you further through participation in the IABM Technical Advisory Board which meets at major exhibitions and is open to feedback and suggestions at any time.

Click here to view the latest Technology News

IP Real Time Media
Industry joins forces to demonstrate a common roadmap for IP interoperability that is practical, effective and deployable in the near-term.
Industry Collaborative Groups
This is a major IABM initiative and is designed to encourage collaboration across a wide range of industry issues and opportunities, from best practice to standardization and interoperability
Standards Activities
Many of our members do not have the resources or budgets to send staff around the world attending standards committee meetings and technical events. IABM technology covers many of the major committees, conferences and events and provides reports or tailored information to support member activities.
Environmental Regulation
Administrations around the world are introducing legislation to control the environmental impact of products. The requirements may be embodied in the legislation, directives or be contained in Standards documents. At present, there is little International agreement on these matters, though IEC is developing standards on power consumption.
Standards Monitoring Group
Standards bodies that the IABM is involved with encourage their meeting attendees to discuss the development of standards documents with their colleagues, in order to access more technical expertise on the subject, but to keep the documents confidential during the development phase.
Partner Broadcast Unions
The IABM partners with both the EBU and the ABU. The IABM attends EBU Technical Committee meetings, giving the IABM an opportunity to consult EBU members on technology topics of interest. The IABM is an affiliate member of the ABU, and we send a representative to attend their annual Technical Committee meetings.

Facebook Twitter LinkedIn YouTube

IABM is a company limited by guarantee.
Registered in England No: 5262009. Registered Offic: 5 Deansway, Worcester, WR1 2JG, UK. VAT No: GB727297701