IABM Future Trends Theatre in the IBC 2018 Future Zone

Tuesday 18 September

What do the broadcast and media technology vendors have in store for you in the future? Track

IABM has selected forward-looking vendors to reveal their views on the future.

What is the future of our business?

10.00 – 10.15

Stan Moote (CTO, IABM)

IABM’s CTO gives a snapshot of what the future holds and where we are heading.


What do the broadcast and media technology vendors have in store for you in the

future?

10.15 – 10.30

Thomas Burns (Field CTO, Dell EMC)

Further information to follow.


Too Much Data? Retooling Your Supply Chain

10.30 – 10.45

Matt Carter (Senior Director of Pre-Sales, Ooyala)

Further information to follow.


What happened to all the hardware!

10.45 – 11.00

David Atkins (Technical Director, Suitcase TV)

A crystal ball view of what our facilities and workflows will look like and how production will change as we embrace IP, VM’s, COTS and other acronyms.


The future of mobile cinematic filmmaking

11.00 – 11.15

Neill Barham (President, Co-Founder, FiLMiC Inc)

The world has watched as iOS and Android phones and tablets have quickly caught up to cinematic cameras in features, image quality and formats. Last year, renowned Hollywood director Steven Soderbergh stated that from now on, he’d shoot all of his movies on an iPhone. Neill will talk about the advancements in the gear, accessories and apps that have helped fuel tremendous new growth in this category, and consequently, the impact on the quality and caliber of content that is being created by professionals and indie filmmakers alike.


Storytelling 2.0: bringing new content creators closer to broadcasters through the

cloud

11.15 – 11.30

Andreas Jacobi (CEO and co-founder, Make.TV)

Hyper-localized, hyper-personalized, user-generated content is driving greater percentages of viewing time. To enable hyper-personalized viewing experiences that captivate and engage audiences, this presentation discusses how new advancements in smart cloud video technology and AI enable live production operations to automate and scale the tasks involved in acquiring, moderating, processing and producing massive amounts of video.


The Future Now

11.30 – 13.00

Future Zone exhibitors give an overview of what they are presenting at this year’s IBC Show.