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Registration opens for AIMS TechFest 2021

Registration opens for AIMS TechFest 2021

Registration opens for AIMS TechFest 2021

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Registration has opened for AIMS TechFest 2021. The interactive virtual event takes place from 9–10 March and will focus on IPMX and remote audio productions through a variety of presentations from industry experts.

“AIMS is committed to ongoing education around the use of open standards for media-over-IP, and this new virtual event will offer fresh perspectives on the value of IPMX in pro AV workflows, as well as the latest strategies for implementing remote audio production,” said AIMS chairman, Mike Cronk. “We look forward to meeting up with peers from across the industry to discuss current approaches to standards-based IP deployment.”

In addition to providing presentations, AIMS TechFest 2021 will also give attendees the opportunity for interaction and networking, with participants able to move freely in an online environment, including a reception area and main stage, two meeting rooms for meeting up with industry friends and colleagues, and four rooms dedicated to lectures and discussions around AES67 and IPMX.

Daily sessions will begin at 10am EST. The first day will focus on IPMX with sessions including: An introduction to IMPX by Andrew Starks, AIMS board member and director of product management, Macnica Americas Inc; IPMX Makes Networks Easy by Jean Lapierre, senior director, advanced technologies, Matrox Video; JPEG-xs: Balancing Video Compression and High Visual Fidelity by Alain Champenois, group leader, ASIC & FPGA, Matrox Video and Andre Testa, manager, ASIC/FPGA, Matrox Video; and The Pros and Cons (& Pros) of an AV-over-IP Standard by Gary Kayye, co-founder and director, The rAVe Agency.

Day 2 will focus on remote audio production through a series of 35-minute presentations that include: AES67 Beyond the LAN by Nicolas Sturmel, senior technologist at Merging Technologies; PTP over WAN by Daniel Boldt, head of software development, Meinberg; The Show Must Go WAN by Claudio Becker-Foss, co-founder, CEO and CTO of DirectOut; and AES67 WAN Transport Utilising the Cloud by Bill Rounopoulos, business development manager, OEM and Partnerships, Ross Video.

Further information and registration for the event can be found here.



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