Seminar - Delivery Technologies and Business Models for Mobile TV ServicesWritten by Yozzo
The seminar will be held in Bangkok, Thailand, on 8 August 2015 in conjunction with the NBTC EXPO THAILAND (NET 2015) during 6-9 August 2015 at the Queen Sirikit National Convention Center, Bangkok, Thailand.
- To define the different multimedia services, including the Video on Demand and linear television services on mobile platforms;
- To introduce the different delivery technologies for mobile television services, including various Mobile TV transmission standards e.g. DVB-T2 Lite and LTE eMBMS;
- To share country experiences from countries which have launched commercial services or testing innovative new technologies or business models;
- To discuss the opportunities and challenges faced when offering mobile television services.
Tentative Programme - 8 August 2015
Opening SessionWelcome Remarks by International Telecommunication Union (ITU)
Opening Remarks by National Broadcasting and Telecommunications Commission (NBTC)
Session 1: Overview of Multimedia Services and Mobile TV Services, including Different Delivery TechnologiesThis session will provide an overview of different multimedia services and the role of mobile television services in this converged market of ICT, telecommunications and broadcasting. In addition, an overview of different delivery technologies and the pros and cons of each.
Session 2: Introduction on Mobile TV standardsThis session will provide insight into the network architecture and functionality of the different MTV technologies, including ISDB-T (OneSeg/mm), T-DMB and DVB-T2 Lite, as well as their application in different countries.
Session 3: Introduction on LTE eMBMSThis session will provide insight into the network architecture and functionality of LTE and its evolution into eMBMS, as well as its application in different countries
Session 4: Mobile Television Country Case 1 - Japan/NOTTVThe session will present the implementation and business case of mobile television services on a broadcasting platform (i.e. ISDB-Tmm), including challenges, lessons learned and future developments.
Session 5: Mobile Television Country Case 2 – South Korea/KTThis session will focus on implementation and business case of mobile television services on the LTE eMBMS platform, including challenges, lessons learned and future developments.
Session 6: Future Technology Developments and Trials in the Broadcasting IndustryThis session aims at demonstrating the latest technology developments for mobile television services, led by broadcast industry players. More specifically the trials in Germany and Italy on the application of LTE broadcast services carried in a DVB-T2 multiplex.
Session 7: Future Technology Developments and Trials in the Telecommunication IndustryThe session will present the latest technology developments for mobile television services, led by telecommunications industry players. More specifically on the development of 5G networks and the inclusion of mobile video services.
Closing SessionClosing Remarks by International Telecommunication Union (ITU)
Closing Remarks by National Broadcasting and Telecommunications Commission
NBTC EXPO 2015
Seminar: Collaborating towards Global Digital Economy – Opportunities and challenges
- Digital Economy: Exhibitions of government agencies on policies and unitiatives towards digital economy.
- Digital Community: Business Showcases on future technologies and future life e.g. smart city and smart home M2M IoT.
- Mobile World: Exhibitions and expo on new mobile technology and frequency bands to be allocated to future mobile broadband e.g. 4G and 5G
- Smart Entertainment: Digital Entertainment and equipment for Digital Broadcast
- Cyber Security: Security awareness and protection
More information available here: http://net2015.nbtc.go.th
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