Broadcast & Media Technology 2017, an international exhibition of broadcast equipment and cutting-edge technologies, is scheduled to be held for the fourth successive year from July 13 to 15, 2017 in Chennai. The show is aimed at apprising engineers, professionals, cinematographers, decision-makers, and entrepreneurs about the latest broadcast equipment and technologies available around the world.
The show is open for participation to manufacturers and distributors of broadcast equipment and technologies for radio and TV from India and abroad. The product categories in which participation is open include archiving, DTT, multimedia, satellite and microwave, audio, DVB-H, networking, satellite linking, automation, graphics and animation, production, transmission and delivery, DRM, HDTV, post-production, video, DTH, IPTV, SAN/NAS, and video streaming, among others.
For the first time, the show will conduct a conference on the theme Future of Television and Radio: Role of Content Creation and Distribution, to be held concurrently with the exhibition. Eminent speakers will provide an insight of current status of industry, challenges, and opportunities for both buyers and sellers.
Leading equipment manufacturers and distributors participating in the event include AGIV India, CAT-5 Broadcast, CDM Technologies, Canara Lighting, Canon, Comcon Technologies, Dewan Lighting, FOR-A, Hakoworld, Harman International, Karthavya Technologies, Netweb Technologies, New Duino Embedded Technologies, Panasonic, Real Image, Ross Video, Setron India, Shaf Broadcast and Visual Technologies, and likewise.
The show is expected to draw engineers and professionals working in the broadcast and film industry, including those in All India Radio (AIR) and Doordarshan from Chennai, Hyderabad, Bangalore, Kochi, and Thiruvananthapuram.
Organized by All India Broadcast Manufacturers and Distributors Association (AIBMDA), the exhibition is approved by ITPO and supported by FICCI, Prasar Bharati, Audio Engineering Society India, and many other Indian and foreign organizations. Over 100 companies from 20 countries are expected to showcase their latest products and technologies related to radio and TV broadcasting as well as films in the exhibition.