It’s March 2018 and SMPTE 2110 is now with us (fingers crossed!)
and this meeting is so popular we have moved to the IWIC
We will learn what the SMPTE 2110 standards are and how they affect the future of professional media over IP networks.
What has changed in the past 12 months?
What new opportunities can we as an industry take from the standards?
What new developments are now possible?
We will explore how SMPTE 2110 fits with emerging NMOS specifications for discovery and registration (IS-04), connection management (IS-05) and network control (IS-06).
David will show what’s missing from the standards and how we can move forward. As a pioneer in IP-based production, Suitcase TV will share its 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. He was technical director at Screen Subtitling from its inception in 1991 until he founded Suitcase TV in 2000.
David conceived that the fundamental components of a broadcasting station could be redesigned in such a way that they would ultimately fit into a suitcase. In the same spirit, he continues to lead on the development of broadcast technologies that are innovative, compact, efficient, multipurpose and, above all, cost-effective.
Drawing on his years of experience and a relentless torrent of creative ideas, David provides the inspiration and technical know-how behind cutting-edge solutions that are being used by tier-1 broadcasters around the globe.
Ed Calverley - Vice President of Products
Ed commenced his career in 1999 as a project manager at the BBC, where he was privileged to be put through its broadcast engineering training. He was later involved in delivering the same training as a lecturer at the corporation’s training centre.
He got into product management at OmniBus where he oversaw the evolution of the iTX playout solution that led to the company’s acquisition by Miranda.
At OASYS Automated Playout Ltd, he helped establish the company as a major supplier of IT-based playout technologies and in its transition into BroadStream Solutions.
Since joining Suitcase TV, Ed has made an incredible impact on the product range, implementing an ambitious programme of enhancements and scoping new product lines and solutions.
The recently opened IWIC is located in the centre of Ipswich by the historic waterfront.
There will be sufficient parking for those driving.
The IWIC is a twenty-minute walk from Ipswich train station. If you are planning on travelling by train, please let us know in advance and we can try to arrange carshares.
From London Liverpool Street, there are multiple trains every hour.
We would recommend booking the 4:30pm departure to arrive at IWIC by 6pm –
As the 5pm is fuller and leaves you less time to network before the event/
From Ipswich back to London, most get th 9:09pm (we can arrange cars)
arrives Liverpool St 10:20pm (the last train is 9:43pm)
This meeting was to be at Suitcase TV Coachmans Court until it became so popular
we have moved to the Ipswich Waterfront Innovation Centre
A single point of integration and access between enterprise, facilities and academic expertise, the IWIC will provide networking and collaborative opportunities
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