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10 Days to IBC in Amsterdam

Society of Motion Picture Engineers

It was on 24 July 1916 that the Society of Motion Picture Engineers (television was added in 1950) held its first meeting. The primary driver for the foundation of the society was a call for standards to allow interoperability, something which remains central to SMPTE’s work.
Today, SMPTE is regarded as one of the cornerstones of our industry. SMPTE members have volunteered to research, ratify and publish thousands of standards, recommended practices and engineering guidelines. The society is accredited by the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) and recognised by global bodies such as the International Standards Organization (ISO). During the IBC2016 Awards Ceremony, the hundred year history of SMPTE will be recognised. SMPTE is the leading standards-setting body for the industry, and one of the six trade bodies which form the IBC Partnership.

As of today we feature 66 companies and their approach at IBC2016. This list is continously  updated until IBC opens on September 8th in Amsterdam.

2wcom  -  Adder  -  AIMS  -  Aret  -  Artel  -  Avid  -  AviWest  -  Axon  -  Bannister Lake  -  BB&S  -  Belden  -  BFE  -  Bluebell  -  BT Media & Broadcast  -  Calrec  -  Canare  -  ChyronHego  -  Clear-Com  -  Custom Consoles  -  Danmon  -  Dejero  -  DNF  -  EBU  -  Elemental  -  EVS  -  Facilis  -  Gearhouse  -  Grass Valley  -  Guntermann & Drunck  -  Harmonic  -  Hitachi  -  I-MOVIX  -  IABM  -  IHSE  -  Ikegami  -  Imagine Communications  -  Jünger  -  Leader  -  Media Links  -  Megahertz  -  MOG  -  MSE  -  Neunann  -  Nevion  -  NOA  -  Octopus  -  Omnitek  -  Polecam  -  Rohde & Schwarz  -  Ross Video  -  SAM  -  Sennheiser  -  Sixty  -  Sonnet  -  Sony  -  SSL  -  Tektonix  -  Telestream  -  Timecode Systems  -  TSL  -  Utah Scientific  -  Video Devices  -  Vimond  -  Vizrt  -  Wisycom  - Wohler

The link "IBC2016" will always show you the featured companies in alphabetical order