Video broadcast using Mobile Technology
Increasing numbers of people are enjoying video content on their mobile devices.
Technologies such as LTE Broadcast (eMBMS) and 5G are emerging to improve the quality
of experience of live and streamed content on the move.
Matt Stagg will give us an overview of the current state of the art mobile technologies
that are being developed to deliver this mobile video experience and present trials that
have successfully helped to prove the solutions.
Matt has over 25 years’ experience in Telecoms and was voted in the top 50 most influential people
in online TV for the third year running.
Earlier this year he spearheaded the formation of the LTE Broadcast Global Alliance together
with Verizon, Telstra and kt. The aim is to push for early adoption of the technology in the industry.
In 2013 Matt co-founded the Mobile Video Alliance which now resides within the Digital TV Group
and which he still co-chairs.
Within EE he is responsible for Video and Content Technologies, including leading the development of cutting edge
technologies to provide the optimal viewing experience for EE’s 4G customers wherever they are.
Matt is a member of the Light Reading ‘Video Transformation Advisory Board’ on the Advisory board
for 5G-Xcast, and also a mentor for the 5GIC project at the University of Surrey,
the UK’s only 5G dedicated research laboratory.
We thank DTG for the venue and Sky for The Ample Refreshments 18h15-19h00
DTG is located just north of the MI6 building at Vauxhall Cross see map
– and thus is well served by National Rail and Victoria lines.
There are also many buses plus the river bus at St George’s Wharf Pier/ Tate Britain.
From Vauxhall Tube station Take exit 1 thurn roght accross Vuauxhall Bridhgefoot
( Beware of cyclists and traffic coming in strange directions)
pass the MI6 Building and the Duck Tours slipway
89 Albert Embankment /Camelford House is signed by a Totem.
Going into the road and through the entrance then lifts to the 5th floor