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ABU TC 2015




ABU Technical Committee Meeting 2015

27-28 October, Istanbul


  

 

The ABU Technical Commitee Meeting 2015 will be hosted by the Turkish Radio and Television Corporation and will be held at the Hilton Istanbul Bosphorus Hotel on 27 and 28 October 2015.

 

Changes have been introduced to the schedule this year and as usual we kindly request members to send us your Status Reports and Information Documents.  
 

We look forward to welcoming you to the ABU Technical Committee meeting in Istanbul.

Highlights

Technological Inspirations  
        

Broadcasting Technologies Towards 2020 and Beyond

Mr Tomohiro Saito, Executive Research Engineer, NHK-Japan

TVUT- KBS 2nd Screen Service Platform
Mr Dae Hoon, CHOI, Research Engineer, Technical Research Institute,
Korean Broadcasting System
   

Next Generation Broadcasting; Advances from DVB Perspective
Dr Peter Siebert, Executive Director, DVB

Introduction of China Digital Radio (CDR) System
Zou Feng, President of the Academy of Broadcasting Science, SAPPRFT, China



Strategic Issues

The Latest Developments and Trends in Integrated Broadcast-Broadband (IBB)
Technologies & Services and Standardisation Activities
Mr Masaru Takechi, Senior Research Engineer, Integrated Broadcast-Broadband Systems
Research Division, NHK Science & Technology Research Laboratories, NHK-Japan

NHK Archiving System; Lessons for Other Broadcasters
Mr Nobu Yamashita, Senior Manager, NHK-Japan

Spectrum Update - Where do we Stand Prior to WRC-15?
Mr Peter Mac Avock, Head of Media Delivery and Services, EBU

Digital Broadcasting Transition and the ITU DSO Database
Mr Istvan Bozsoki, Head of Spectrum and Broadcasting Division,
Telecommunication Development Bureau (BDT), ITU

Arab Region Media Landscape
Dr Riyadh Kamal Najm, Media Expert, ASBU

ULTRA HD – Is the Market Ready?
Mr Markus Fritz, Director Commercial Development & Marketing, Eutelsat


Members' Present

The Future of Digital Terrestrial Broadcasting in Turkey
Prof Dr Mehmet Kesim, Open Education Faculty,
Distance Education Department, Anadolu University, Turkey

Enterprise MAM project at VTV: Difficulties and Experiences
Mr Nguyen Duc Tue, Deputy Director of Technical Center, VTV-Vietnam 
      

DSO in Thailand
Ms Supinya Klangnarong, Commissioner, NBTC-Thailand

Experiences of Evolution of Digital Terrestrial Television in India
M S Duhan, Deputy Director General(E),
Doordarshan-India


KEYNOTE PRESENTATION

How the EBU deals with Technology Challenges and Opportunities for Public Broadcasters
Dr Egon Verharen, NPO (The Netherlands), Chair, EBU Technical Committee 



The Host Presents:  TRT-Turkey

Moderator:  
Mrs Hanife Sayilir, Chief Engineer, Studios Planning Department, TRT

Hybrid TV
Mr Ruhi TAŞ, Manager, Information Technologies Department, TRT

EWS Studies
Mr Ozgur Cosar, Chief Engineer, TRT R&D Department

Digital Archives: Outgest and Ingest Methods
Mr Turkay Okan Salman, Chief Engineer, Archiving Department, TRT

Audio Description

Mr Ahmet Akin Kurucu, Chief Engineer in Studios Planning Department, TRT

 




                                        A look back at TC 2014, Macau

    



















ABU Technical Committee Meeting 2014

24-25 October, Macau

     

Highlights

TC Day 1 - 24 October 



Digital Radio Forum Workshop



Developing Broadcasters' Forum Workshop





TC Day 2 - 25 October

KEYNOTE PRESENTATION





CTO Forum  Do we need Spectrum for Future Broadcasting?

           

Special Topic Session  presented by TDM-Macau



The Technical Committee meeting will be held on 24-25 October in Macau.  The annual meetings this year is hosted by
Teledifusão de Macau (TDM) and will be held at the Conrad Macau.

Please note that 15 September is the deadline for visa applications and hotel bookings so please register soon to secure the hotel rooms at the special ABU rates. 

We look forward to your contribution of information documents on topics of current interest.  Selected documents (all if possible) will be presented during the Interactive Session on Exchange of Technical Information.  The aim here is to provide improved exposure and trigger discussions around these contributions.  Presenters of selected papers will be required to prepare a short PowerPoint of perhaps 3 to 4 slides.  

Topics and Guidelines for submission of Documents

Status Report
We are most interested to gather data on the progress of digitalisation of radio and TV throughout the ABU region so we look forward to receiving your organisation’s status report. These reports will form the basis of interactive discussions on key issues identified from the reports received.

Template for Status Reports

Please feel free to contact Dr Amal Punchihewa, Director ABU Technology, if you have any questions - amal@abu.org.my

Register Soon 

To register online, please see www.abu.org.my

                    A look back at TC 2013, Hanoi

 

   








  
ABU Technical Committee Meeting 2013 

25-26 October, Hanoi

   
     

Information Documents on Key Developments

We look forward to your contribution of information documents on topics of current interest.  Selected documents (all if possible) will be presented during the Interactive Session on Exchange of Technical Information.  The aim here is to provide improved exposure and trigger discussions around these contributions.  Presenters of selected papers will be required to prepare a short PowerPoint of perhaps 3 to 4 slides.  

Topics and Guidelines for submission of Documents

Status Report
We are most interested to gather data on the progress of digitalisation of radio and TV throughout the ABU region so we look forward to receiving your organisation’s status report. These reports will form the basis of interactive discussions on key issues identified from the reports received.

Template for Status Reports

Please feel free to contact Dr Amal Punchihewa, Director ABU Technology, if you have any questions - amal@abu.org.my

Register Soon
 
To Register online, please visit  www.abu.org.my


A look back at TC 2012, Seoul

    



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