AV/IT Technical Seminars / 5th September / Level 1 (Conference Room 3, Hall 5) / 1400 – 1530
Technical Panel: The Exploration of Networking Standards in the AV Industry
Since the mid-1990s, CobraNet has opened the prelude to networked audio and video. Up to now, in our system, networked applications can be seen everywhere. Everyone in this industry has fully accepted the industrial trend of the networked solution. However, unlike the technology in the IT industry, which has always been driven by industry associations, the main driving force for audio and video networking in our audio and video industry is the various manufacturers. The success of the IT industry has made all manufacturers aware that the standardization of the industry is imperative! Therefore, the current major audio and video network associations, including SMPTE, SDVoE, Dante, and AVB, all establish and implement their own standards worldwide.
As audiovisual transmission technology continues to evolve toward IP, AES67 and SMPTE2110 have a deeper collaboration, but in essence, SMPTE2110 is not a standard designed for the professional audio and video market, but for broadcast systems. So what is the relationship between SMPTE, HDBaseT and SDVoE used in our industry?
Through the concept of Universal Internet of Things (IoT), the IP transformation and acceptance of video has become faster and stronger than any previous technologies. However, the IP of video, due to its different application characteristics from the past, has brought unprecedented challenges to experts in the AV field and IP field. In the professional AV market, how do we choose the technology that is more suitable for our application, and how to build the corresponding IP infrastructure to support our new AV technology is the topic we need to explore today.
- Technical standards and application directions of AES67 and SMPTE2110
- The key concept of SDVoE
- The differences between Dante AV and AVB