the prototype armored cover – a high-end camera storage suit made of nylon and anti-theft protective mesh. You can also find out more about the Mini PAGlink Cinergy battery – which enables Mini PAGlink batteries to be linked in series to power high-voltage cameras such as the ARRI ALEXA 35 – plus check out Camgear’s newest tripod systems. innovative light solutions for film/ event markets will showcase its full, integrated range of lighting solutions, including the newly launched PlutoFresnel and LeoFresnel – two powerful lights delivering the creative potential of fresnel lighting with the practical benefits of LEDs. Gain an insight into the versatility of Astera’s products, discovering how they’ve been used on some of the year’s biggest broadcast productions. Astera Stand 12.G44 This leading developer of Atomos will show the latest in its range of cloud-enabled monitor- recorders, such as the Ninja series and the world premiere of RemoteView – a new technology that lets you share what’s on your Atomos screen monitor and look through any connected camera taking the shot, from anywhere in the world. There will also be live presentations on topics such as advanced camera-to- cloud workflows and remote live production, an overview of the new AtomOS 11 and speakers from Adobe and Assimilate. Atomos Stand: 11.D25
CUTTING-EDGE TECHNOLOGY The biggest names in the industry will be showcasing their latest offerings at this year’s IBC, with experts on hand to help you get to grips with new products
Broadly speaking, this year’s content will coalesce around three key pillars: ‘transformative tech’, ‘shifting business models’ and ‘people and purpose’ – themes that will be explored across the show through presentations, discussions and demos. Once again, you can expect a large exhibition; a conference filled with keynotes, talks, technical papers and structured networking opportunities; as well as the Accelerator Media Innovation Programme, IBC Innovation Awards and Social Impact Awards. Also look out for the Changemaker programme, geared towards shining a light on issues such as sustainability and inclusive tech. “We are actively listening to our community on what they want out of a modern trade show”, comments Michael Crimp, IBC’s CEO. “Among the things they tell us they want are new topics and new ways of learning – and our content pillars give us the scope to provide these. They form a compelling thread that runs through the talks, presentations and panels going on at the conference and at show-floor venues across the RAI. They create a focus for an exciting slate of visionary speakers to address pressing trends, issues, opportunities and challenges in media and entertainment today.”
CAPTIVATING CONTENT Taking place in RAI Amsterdam’s Forum between 15 and 16 September, the paid- for IBC Conference will bring together some of the industry’s leading voices to present a series of talks, discussions – and the IBC Technical Papers. Exploring the themes set to shape the future of media and entertainment, the event kicks off with an address from Evan Shapiro – Emmy Award- winning producer, NYU professor and cartographer of ‘the media universe map’, which has been adopted by businesses and analysts across the industry. He’ll be charting the new media ecosystem in his talk on plotting the effects of disruption.
Core SWX Stand 11.A26 A team with a passion for
empowering creators in the ever- changing landscape of media production, Core SWX believes that a project should not be
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