Mark Your Calendars for the IBC SRT Open Source Technical Panel
Always at the forefront of change and innovation in the video industry, Haivision is once again partnering with Microsoft to host yet another exciting and informative SRT panel at IBC 2019 in just over two weeks. We’d love for you to join us at the: SRT Open Source Technical Panel, on September 15th. We’re bringing together SRT experts and industry leaders to exchange ideas, explore best practices and provide a glimpse of what’s in store for the protocol in the future.
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The panel will provide a unique opportunity for attendees to hear firsthand about the benefits of SRT from industry trailblazers including Bridge Technologies, Globo, Haivision and Red Bee Media. You will learn about real-world applications of the protocol, how it’s being used to solve complex issues and discover why more than 250 organizations have adopted this open source technology.
Who should attend?
The panel is free to attend and open to all. Whether you’re an existing SRT Alliance member, a prospective developer, integrator, or manufacturer interested in learning more about the delivery of high-quality, low-latency video streams across the public internet using the SRT open source protocol, all are welcome.
What to expect
Register to attend and you will learn more about the target applications and workflows that SRT solves. You’ll hear from developers who have implemented SRT as they share the challenges they faced, the benefits of their efforts as well as their recommendations for progressing the SRT protocol and technology for future development. Attendees will also get a preview of the SRT technical roadmap as well as updates about the SRT Alliance.
Panel: SRT Open Source Technical Panel
When: Sunday, September 15 at 11:00
Where: IBC, RAI Convention Center, Amsterdam, Hall 14, Room G104
Don’t miss this opportunity to get involved with the SRT community and learn about the protocol that’s taking the industry by storm! Register today to reserve your spot. Not going to IBC? No problem, we’ve got you covered! Register anyway and we’ll send you access to the recording.