Wednesday 17 ocT
Thursday 18 ocT
Broadcast & Online Delivery Track B04
Broadcast & Online Delivery: B04 - Techniques for Success with AoIP Technology
This panel presentation and discussion reveals techniques that radio engineers have been learning and perfecting for over a decade. Some panelists will also suggest the best practices for television engineers as AoIP is implemented alongside video-over-IP infrastructure.
Andreas Hilderbrand, ALC NetworX
Network Audio Track Event NA05
Networked Audio: NA05 - AES67/ST2110 Technical: Synchronization and Redundancy
This session features several noted authors in the field to discuss standards from a technical perspective, namely explaining commonalities and constraints among both standards, the principles of sample-accurate synchronisation among individual essence streams and how to implement increased operating safety utilising stream redundancy as defined in SMPTE ST2022-7
Claudio Becker-Foss, DirectOut
Friday 19 ocT
Networked Audio Track Event NA07
Networked Audio: NA07 - How to Get AES67 into Your Systems or Products
This workshop introduces several options to implement AES67 networking capabilities into existing or newly designed products. The session starts with a quick recap on the technical ingredients of AES67 and points out the principal options on implementing AES67 into new or existing products. After providing an overview on commercially available building blocks (modules, software libraries, and reference designs), the workshop commences in a discussion on the value of providing AES67 compatibility from the perspective of providers of existing AoIP networking solutions. The workshop is targeted towards product manufacturers seeking ways to implement AES67 into their products but should also provide valuable insight to those with general technical interest in AES67.
Claude Cellier, Merging Technologys
Michael Dosch, Lawo
Networked Audio Tracked Event NA08
Networked Audio: NA08 - Real World AES67
This workshop and Q&A session will focus on practical aspects of using AES67 and ST2110-30 in the field: what are the benefits of using AES67? What are the difficulties? What should I do/ not do, when configuring my network? Panelists experienced in real-world applications will provide valuable insights and share opinions on the importance of AES67 and its role as part of ST2110 for the wider broadcast market.
Claudio Becker-Foss, DirectOut
Saturday 20 ocT
ST 2110 Basics: IP Audio (ALC NetworX)
The Audio Parts of SMPTE ST 2110 Explained
Advances in NMOS, IS-04 and IS-05 can lead to truly converged IP media facilities and plug-and-play-like installations. We will show how to leverage the IP devices and signals along with standardised automatic address assignment and intelligent signal grouping, to overcome incompatibilities between AES67, Ravenna, and Dante.
Arne Bönninghoff, Riedel Communications GmbH & Co. KG
Synchronization of ST 2110 Audio (ALC NetworX)
Sample-Accurate Synchronization of SMPTE ST 2110 Audio Streams
Detailed explanation of the synchronization fundamentals of ST 2110 and how these can be applied to achieve sample-accurate synchronization among audio streams.
Andreas Hildebrand, ALC NetworX
|AES New York||Javits Center||October 17-19th 2018||AOIP Pavilion - Booth 967|
|TMT30||Tonmeistertagung, Köln||November 14-17th 2018|
|ISE||Amsterdam||February 5th - 8th 2019|