|8 May 2019, start: 10:00h (arrival, registration, coffee from 09:00h)|
|9 May 2019, end: 16:00h|
|IRT, Floriansmuehlstrasse 60, House 17B - 80939 Munich|
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5G for media production and distribution
The next generation for mobile communication, 5G, not only will provide higher data transfer rates and lower latency: this comprehensive communications standard will change industrial sectors and markets. 5G is regarded as a key technology for the Internet of Things, automated driving, industry 4.0, smart grid and e-health. Moreover, 5G has a high potential for the media and creative sectors, potentially impacting media production workflows as well as media services. 5G is expected to play a key role in the production and distribution of broadcast services and to open up completely new ways of media consumption.
Based on a global standard, 5G allows individual communication and mass media consumption via the same network infrastructure. Powerful 5G end-user devices in the future will allow an improved hybrid access to media, a seamless transition from live to on-demand content, improved interaction with social media and user generated content as well as completely new service offerings. 5G will also support new ways of media production: production, contribution and studio equipment can be efficiently connected via mobile IP-based solutions.
The programme for our two-day event is currently under development, and is planned to contain sessions on:
- Status of 5G development, timeline
- Remote production, mobile contribution, interactive media: scenarios for media & entertainment, requirements and approaches
- Scenarios for 5G network infrastructures (e.g. network slicing, campus networks)
- Regulatory implications (e.g. network quality, roaming, end device neutrality)
- Insights in the State of the Art: results from national and international R&D projects and initiatives (e.g. 5G Media, 5G TODAY, 5G-Xcast)
- Feasibility studies
The event targets broadcast experts and decision makers focusing on media production / distribution, media innovation managers and researchers. The event is organized in cooperation with the 5G Media Initiative. The event language is English.
A detailed draft programme is foreseen for February 2019 – we will also publish information on the event registration at that time.
The participation fee amounts to € 250,- (per participant; net, plus applicable VAT). This fee includes a social event, complementary catering and shuttle service to/from conference hotel (Feringapark Hotel, rooms reserved for 112€, incl. breakfast - booking code IRT-5G-2019).
Programme and organisation
|Ronald Mies||Thomas Schierbaum||MediaRoad|
|MediaRoad Network Hub Leader||Institut für Rundfunktechnikfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|+ 49 (0)89 32399-503||+ 49 (0)89 32399-204|
A draft programme will be provided in February 2019
Information for your online registration will be provided in February 2019
We will provide event materials as soon as possible after the event.