The 2017 Government Video Expo & National Drone Show was held Nov. 28-30, with the first day (Nov. 28) set aside exclusively for the DC Post Production Conference.
While the Government Video Expo & National Drone Show is ostensibly the place government entities from federal to local levels attend to seek technologies and information to help them do more with audio and video, the show also taps attendees of all sizes from the metro Washington, D.C., region and beyond.
Video is ubiquitous in today’s world, and the range of needs covered by the exhibitors, sessions and demos on day one at the 2017 Government Video Expo and National Drone Show is only increasing.
The Connected Media | IP Pavilion and Theater explore the technologies that enable audiences to find and consume content across devices, anywhere.
Content production and monetization has evolved as viewers are presented with more and more programming options delivered to multiple devices.
Evolution Digital and Conax announced seven additional deployments of Evolution’s eVUE-TV IP VOD solution with pre-integrated Conax multi-DRM.
Live sports, IP highlight NAB booth
Evertz Microsystems has been helping the industry push IP technology deeper into its facilities for years, and the company’s booth and product introductions at this year’s NAB Show will continue to emphasize on this theme.
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