During the social alienation period of covid-19, IPTV service is the best entertainment way at home
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PACIFIC 2019 is the biennial Pacific International Maritime Exposition being held in Sydney this October. This year the exhibition will feature new technology from Australia's IPTV and digital signage experts, CombiTel.
Radio is changing; while traditional analogue (AM FM) services remain the mainstay of radio listening. Despite more up to date alternatives, analogue persists due to accessibility. Still attracting substantial audience and revenue. However, these services are limited in terms of capacity for technical change and sound quality.
Guest room TV solutions enable hotel visitors to interact with a wide verity of media services. Including, live TV, radio and situation-specific information, such as what’s happening today or what's on the menu in the hotel’s restaurant.
Australia’s annual hub for AV and converged technologies, Integrate attracted the Australian enterprise sector’s buyers of the latest innovation in devices and operating systems for the converged media world.
It’s no secret that physical retail stores have been struggling for some time.
Australia’s prolific adoption of cloud technology is driving economic growth with cloud usage contributing $9.4 billion in productivity benefits to the Australian economy over the past five years.
The IBC2019 exhibition and conference are putting the consumer at the heart of the new era in media, theming this year’s edition to be held in Amsterdam in September, ‘Consumers First: A New Era in Media’.
Australian IPTV solutions provider CombiTel has extended its relationship with South Korean electronics giant LG.
The hospitality sector is emerging as the dominant opportunity for the tech industry for advanced IP solutions and media devices. Sydney will host NoVacancy in July, the accommodation sector’s primary Australian business conference, now its second year.
The future of media, content creation and technology will converge at one of the longest running trade shows in the media sector, SMPTE (Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineers (SMPTE), held in Sydney in July. The long-standing conference has established a reputation as being the hub of ideas where many significant advances in media and entertainment technology are discussed and debated.
E-sports is surging in both popularity and revenue forecasts as 5G technology and 4k+ streaming begin mass deployment
Australia’s demand for DAB+ digital radio continues to surge with more than 4.21 million people, or 30% of the population listening to the platform each week. The total number of DAB+ radios in Australia, including those in cars, rose to 4.73 million at the end of 2018, a 24% increase from 3.80 million at the end of 2017.
Transformation and innovation will be driving the agenda at this year’s regional mecca for the Asia Pacific technology, broadcast and digital industry, ConnectTechAsia.
Australian headquartered IPTV solutions pioneer CombiTel has teamed with Phillips to integrate its latest software innovation.
The NAB 2019 edition attracted over 91,460 to Las Vegas for the world’s largest annual convention covering media, entertainment, and the technology that underpins it all.
Technology for correctional facilities is a significant area of development globally, as governments integrate their digital transformation strategies and reforms. However, for facilities such as prisons, the digital transformation path faces obstacles and many challenges in implementing the right solutions and introducing new technologies is still a balancing act to increase efficiency and also focusing on rehabilitation.
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.