This colloquium will demonstrate to the industry that a 2110 toolset can interop between different devices and manufacturers.
The Thames Valley RTS, in partnership with Techex, is providing the ST2110 Technical Colloquium on Wednesday 16th October at the Techex Head Quarters in Bracknell, UK.
Strictly limited to 40 people, the colloquium aims to teach broadcast engineers and technologists about the practical applications of ST2110 installations. Through a series of four talks, delegates will have the opportunity to learn from leading industry professionals on how to make ST2110 work for broadcast infrastructures.
Subjects will include ST2110 IP signal routing, control, and an in-depth analysis of arguably the most difficult part of making ST2110 systems work – understanding out-of-band PTP timing.
To help and enhance the learning experience, each talk is followed by a practical technology session where delegates will be able to see real-life systems working.
This will be a fantastic opportunity to talk to industry leading experts on their experiences of making ST2110 systems work.
Starting at 4pm, Ian Hollamby, UK R&D Manager from Axon, and Geoff Love, Solutions Architect, will continue with their thoughts and solutions for ST2110 control systems.
Gerard Phillips, Systems Engineer from Arista, will discuss the intricacies of PTP timing and its applications for ST2110.
And Rob Skinner from APC Time, will present on PTP monitoring and verification.
Refreshments will be provided with the evening finishing at 9pm.
Hosted at the Techex Head Quarters from 4pm to 9pm, Greenwood House, London Road, Bracknell RG12 2AA
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