|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 mid-March 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 mid-March 2019
Information for your online registration will be provided mid-March 2019
We will provide event materials as soon as possible after the event.