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Business & Money | Tuesday 10 March, 2015 10:43 am |
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France will be attending CABSAT in Dubai in March 2015

This year, Business France is proud to present 20 innovative companies on the French Pavilion. The audiovisual sector in France is mainly driven by the development of digital technology that has led to radical changes both in industry and in the services development. The major event of recent years is the unexpected success of digital terrestrial television and the development of HD and UHD.

There was a sustained rate of growth in access to digital media. At the end of 2014, 97% of French households had access to digital television (DTTV, satellite, ADSL or cable). 99% of the households have a television set. 83% of households are equipped with a HD Television. 77% are going through DTTV and 39,5% through a HD fiber or ADSL box.

Nearly 71% of French households have taken advantage of that access and have gone fully digital. DTTV is slightly decreasing to 57,9%). The reception of TV via ADSL also accounts for significant growth (40,7%).
Cable television (8,4%) remains an alternative for large cities, while satellite TV (25%) is growing in areas where cable and DTTV are not present.
3 French households out of 10 watch television through at least 2 types of reception.

Many French companies have expressed a lively interest for the widened tele-visual offer brought about by the introduction of digital television. The number of paying channels has gone up to 136 and services available have significantly increased with the development of HD broadcasting with 6 new HD channels for DTTV.
Similarly, the strong development of broadband and high-speed broadband enabled telecoms companies to develop “triple play” and “quadruple play” HD packages, which won a great success among users.

For all these reasons, French audiovisual companies want to go worldwide present their cutting edge technology.

This is why BUSINESS FRANCE is thrilled to be part of CABSAT 2015 and proud to present 20 innovative companies on the French Pavilion:


Anyware Video:

For the third consecutive year, Anyware Video will participate in Cabsat to exhibit the latest developments of its All-in-a-Box technology. After two years of growth and the production of the first operational version of Channel-in-a-Box for remote use, Anyware Video traveled to Dubai with the aim of enhancing its position in the Middle East and Africa. This approach falls within its customer support strategy, and even aims to implement a training offer.

Broadpeak:

As a leading provider of content delivery network (CDN) and video streaming technologies, Broadpeak helps cable, IPTV, OTT, hybrid TV and mobile operators around the world cost-effectively deliver video content anytime, anywhere, on any device, over any network while providing a superior quality of experience (QoE) to customers.

At CABSAT 2015, Broadpeak will demonstrate how its CDN and streaming server equipment can be used by content providers and operators to support new business models in today’s challenging multiscreen environment. Broadpeak will showcase a range of game-changing solutions that can be deployed in the network, in the home, or on the go.

Solidanim:

SolidAnim, a leader in virtual production products, will introduce the latest version of its SolidTrack solution for the film and broadcast industries at CABSAT 2015 on the French Pavilion, Hall 4-34.

SolidTrack brings a revolutionary approach of shooting providing a more ergonomic and intuitive solution. SolidTrack combines real-time camera tracking and augmented reality previzualising VFX while shooting. Producers achieve greater control of VFX budgets and timescales, minimizing wastage and ensuring efficient delivery, from previz to the final movie or television show. Comparing to traditional shooting methods, producers save approximately 30% time on a film or television show utilizing SolidTrack.

Aviwest:

At CABSAT 2015, AVIWEST, a global provider of video contribution uplink systems, will demonstrate new enhancements to its DMNG (Digital Mobile News Gathering) system, including cloud capabilities. Using the advanced live video contribution platform, broadcasters can capture and broadcast live HD or SD video over multiple networks, including bonded 3G/4G cellular wireless, Wi-Fi, Ethernet, and satellite. Offering seamless integration into existing workflows and headends, extremely low power consumption, high MTBF, and unparalleled mobility, the DMNG system offers broadcasters a fully integrated and cloud-based solution for breaking news and live events coverage.


AMP Visual:

AMP VISUAL TV, the leading French broadcast services provider will be exhibiting at CABSAT for the very first time. AMP VISUAL TV benefits from an international reputation in the coverage of major events - especially in motor sports - thanks to dedicated RF expertise and solutions (Radio Frequency), which will be showcased at CABSAT. AMP VISUAL TV will also introduce its SERVICES FACTORY business unit with its comprehensive range of bespoke consulting, engineering, and technical support solutions.

Thomson:

Thomson Broadcast will showcase its new solar autonomous pilot systems in Dubai during CABSAT Exhibition. The company also announced to have been awarded a major contract for the Uganda terrestrial digital television deployment by the Uganda Communication Commission (UCC).

New for Cabsat 2015 exhibition, Thomson Broadcast is exhibiting its new solar autonomous pilot systems. This energy renewable functional pilot is the first Thomson low-power off grid solution integrating transmission capacity. For each equipment integrated in the station, heat dissipation has been optimized and carbon footprint minimized. Featuring an off grid system, logistics for the replenishment is strongly reduced. This saves operators with a drop and forget solution from costly replenishment operations in inaccessible or dangerous sites where the price of a delivered barrel of oil may reach up high amounts.

Multicam:

One solution includes all the features of a video switcher with remote cameras control for recording, live streaming and podcasting. They already offer a wide range of solutions, specifically developed for each market and needs, such as: 
E-LEARNING with its semi-automated mode is an easy-to-use solution for students for classroom lessons.
VIDEO TRACKING with full-automated lecture capture.
STUDIO SOLUTIONS for conferences and events webcasting.
With Multicam Systems, everyone can produce video content without specific video knowledge. This approach is unique and its groundbreaking ergonomy will surprise you.

AJIMI:

Ajimi will present OTTLiveTSAFT, the new software solution designed for the media industry at the CABSAT 2015 in Dubai from March 10-12 2015 (Stand B4-35).
Ajimi provides the following web based audio/video quality monitoring tools:

• TSAFT is a file based audio/video QC analyzer, for VOD and catchup TV platforms. It has outstanding performances especially when real time analysis is key.
• LiveTSAFT is a gigabit probe dedicated for operator head end. It detects in real time all TV and radio defaults and sends alarms in SNMP to NMS. It includes a mosaic.
• OTTLiveTSAFT is an OTT probe. It detects all OTT defaults and analyses the audio/video quality.
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