It’s March 2018 and SMPTE 2110 is now with us (fingers crossed!).
We will explore how SMPTE2110 fits with emerging NMOS specifications for discovery and registration (IS-04), connection management (IS-05) and network control (IS-06).
As a pioneer in IP-based production, Suitcase TV will share their ongoing experiences, both good and bad, of using IP with broadcast signals and look at why it is worth the pain.
Ample time will be available for discussion so bring your experiences, questions and answers and join us on our adventures into IP.
David Atkins - Technical Director
Having worked in broadcast since university, David boasts an extensive knowledge of the industry and its associated technology.
Ed Calverley - Vice President of Products
Having worked for the BBC as well as a number of software manufacturers, Ed’s experience in technology gives him a deep understanding of broadcast workflows and requirements.
Suitcase TV’s Coachman’s Court office is tucked away in the centre of Ipswich.
It is situated at the back-right corner of a courtyard accessed under the archway on ‘old cattle market’
See photo :
The office has no parking but is well connected with public transport
– A taxi rank is located right outside and the main bus station is just next door.
Ipswich train station is just under 15 minute walk away.see map
From London trains are on the hour/half hour
so the best (and only conveniant) train is the 17h00 from Liverpool Street Arr 17h59
Return 21h09 or 21h41
Suitcase Tv main office in Regency House, 30 Silent Street, Ipswich, Suffolk IP1 1TF is a minute away!
This meeting is one a range of meetings organised by SMPTE UK
to raise awareness of the two key technologies for the Digital age
- SMPTE ST2110 and its supporting specifications and Standards
- IMF – the Interoperable Mastering Format ST 2057
& SMPTE DPP specification in Broadcasting and Online workflows/compositions
Look at the SMPTE UK meetings list to find other meetings