IABM activity at BroadcastAsia 2018
Pre-show networking event
Monday 25 June 2018 (8pm)
The Pump Room, Clarke Quay, Singapore
The IABM pre-show networking event has established itself as a great opportunity for members to network and discuss the future direction of the broadcast and media industry. Doors open at 8pm and drinks and light refreshments will be provided.
Please be aware, pre registration is necessary to attend this event, simply click the arrow below to secure your place.
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IABM Industry Update and New Business Models
Wednesday 27 June (8.45am – 10.30am) – Level 3 – Meeting Room 326, Suntec Centre
Registration 8:30-9:00. Presentations 9:00 to 10:30
IABM’s Peter Bruce (Director APAC) will present at the breakfast briefing with the latest stats and figures from the industry’s surveys. With focus on the rapidly evolving APAC market. Along with an insightful panel discussion on new business models from experienced Asia business leaders from the AI and Telco’ worlds.
Panel Discussions with:
- Nigel Smart, Chief Operating Officer – Adelaide Football Club
- Anna Lockwood, Head of Media Market Development – Telstra
- Johan D. Kremer, VP Strategic Accounts and International Business Development – AIQ
IABM Technical Breakfast – AI – is it for real or just marketing hoopla for smart data crunching?
Thursday 28 June (8.45am – 10.30am) – Level 3 – Meeting Room 326, Suntec Centre
This member only event will have a short presentation by Stan Moote, CTO at IABM, setting the stage for a lively panel debate by AI experts within different spaces.
The growing assumption that Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning will drive the world has our industry spinning. We have seen tangible results of how big data analysis increasingly drives content choice and delivery – but is this just hyped up as AI and actually just smart data crunching? Does AI have further practical applications within media and entertainment? The APAC region is extremely culturally varied; can applied AI work across regions and countries?
Located at Booth 6C3-04 on the show floor, this is the ideal place to come and unwind away from your booth. With ample seating and Wi-Fi available it is also a great location to conduct meetings away from your booth.
IABM Theatre – Tomorrow’s Media Tool Box – Today
Tuesday 26 June – Innovation Hub (6Q3-04), Suntec Centre
It is one thing to discuss and predict the unknown future of media, however we have knowledge and tools available today that will help BroadcastAsia attendees dovetail tomorrow’s media into their day-to-day projects and workflows.
The IABM Theatre at Broadcast Asia 2018 will include presentations on topics including real-time video over IP, the reality of VR, how to capitalize on social media interactions, and give a clear understanding of microservices. Other topics will include blockchain, virtualisation, OTT/OTA systems, Artificial Intelligence, and targeted advertising.
IABM Exhibition Task Group
Thursday 28 June (2pm) – Room MR304, Suntec Centre
We invite all members to a special Exhibition Task Group Meeting, where you can have your say on the show, share your views on what is and what isn’t working and provide your own comments for us to feed back to the show organisers to ensure the success of future shows.