The market for enterprise-grade audiovisual is forecast to be worth US$230 billion by 2023, boosted by the surge in video applications according to analysts AVIXA. The boom in the professional AV sector was on full display at the 16th Integrated Systems Europe exhibition, which ran at the RAI Amsterdam from 5-8 February.
The global annual techfest CES 2019, ushered in visions of the future in Las Vegas in January with over 4500 exhibiting companies and their wares. The big headline trends shaping the design and consumption of technology included the ever pervasive AI and in its integration into everything, robotics and machine learning and the push towards the ubiquitous cloud.
Information technology is transforming aged care. For example, systems that intelligently monitor behaviour patterns and raise an alarm only when they detect an anomaly can provide security without compromising privacy, enabling old people with infirmities to remain in their own homes longer.
Linius Technologies to drive rapid business growth with key Advisory Board appointments: • Former Netflix Director of Content Acquisition, Simon Gallagher • Former Sky UK Head of Operations, David Butorac • Newstag Chairperson and former Swedish parliamentarian, Camilla Dahlin-Andersson Ph.D
The hospitality sector is emerging as one of the biggest drivers for IPTV growth over the next 5 years. New data from Orion Research has found that the outlook for video on demand in the hospitality market will be driven by IPTV solutions and dominate the video on demand usage from 2016 to 2021.
Advanced technology is being implemented in the aged care sector in ways that are re-designing health and assisted living. The annual ITAC conference, being held in Adelaide on the 21st and 22nd of November will be exploring the theme Co-Designing our Digital Future which emphasises the importance of assistive technology supporting service quality and independence.
AI and emerging voice - control digital applications could be the secret for broadcasters to holding on to audiences and enhancing the screen experience, according to leading technology and media executives at IBC2018.
Global IPTV subscribers have sped past 208.4 million, growing by 11% in the fourth quarter of 2017 according to new research. China is driving the growth and according to analysts ResearchandMarkets.com and has been the fastest growing IPTV market with over 58.6% of new subscribers coming from the territory.
Technology security in prisons is naturally paramount, but new platforms may leave institutions vulnerable to fresh attacks.
he tracking of IP via blockchain is set to shift the fortunes of content makers and platforms. In a keynote address at IBC 2018 in Amsterdam, Singular DTV co-founder Kim Jackson revealed that her company will next year launch an ecosystem-based around blockchain that enables its users to generate smart contracts and tokens that can be embedded with IP, rights information and value.
The telecommunications and OTT sector’s most inclusive technology and media show IBC2018 is set for record attendance this month in Amsterdam with 57,000 attendees from 170 countries.
As Australia flicked the switch on its first 4k channel via Foxtel, the rest of the world is now bracing for 8k. But is there any content that people want to watch available?
As Australia heralds its first 4K consumer channel, the audio- visual sector’s annual Australian exhibition, Integrate, is poised to showcase emerging interactive technologies that are transforming the business and consumer sectors.
The report conveys an essential review of the Internet Protocol (IP) TV Market including its definition, applications, and technology. Additionally, the Internet Protocol (IP) TV Industry report investigates the international Major Market players in detail. This report provides key statistics on the market status of the Internet Protocol (IP) TV Manufacturers and is a valuable source of guidance and direction for companies and individuals interested in the Internet Protocol (IP) TV Industry.
Australia , the UK, US, Norway and Germany are the leading countries in the surge of connected TV viewing, according to a groundbreaking three-year behavioural study.
The convergence of the broadcasting and digital media sectors across the Pacific was scrutinised at the Media Technology Pacific (MTP)conference in Auckland.
Technology security in prisons is naturally paramount, but a situation in a US prison has proven that platform security is most important and needs to be done properly.
Technology innovation has secured its long-term residency in the accommodation sector with leading disrupters in hospitality IPTV and technology featured at NoVacancy, Australia’s new accommodation business conference.
Australian technology companies were a prime showcase at ConnecTechAsia, the new technology event which includes CommunicAsia, BroadcastAsia, and the inaugural NXTAsia, under the one umbrella held at Marina Bay Sands and Suntec Singapore between 26-28 June 2018.
North America’s annual specialist audiovisual exhibition InfoComm 2018, ended its week in Las Vegas with a 10% increase in global attendees. Over 43,000 delegates hit the trade show floors with 964 exhibitors. Representatives hailed from 108 countries, with 20% of participants attending from overseas.
The automotive industry’s adoption of digital radio is driving demand and usage of the emerging platform according to the latest figures from Commercial Radio Australia.