SMPTE-SBE 48, Denver/Rocky Mountain area, is planning a New Technology Boot Camp for Nov. 2, at the Starz Entertainment facility in Englewood, Colo. Radio and TV items will be on the agenda.
The peripatetic Chuck Kelly of Nautel will be in town for two presentations, “AM Modulation-Dependent Carrier Control,” which will look at the energy-saving technology that is recently in the news, and “Implications of Increasing Man-Made Noise Floor Levels.”
Tony Peterle of WorldCast Systems takes on remote control and other topics in “Advanced Facility Control Using Serial and Network Protocols.”
Of interest to all should be “Media Applications of Cloud Computing,” by Elon Bar Evan of RightScale; “Multiplatform Mobile Encoding,” with Tom Gilman of Elemental Technologies and “Archiving for Everyone – Protecting Your Digital Assets,” from Tom Goldberg of Cache-A Corp.
For the TV engineers there will be: “Developing an End-to-End Solution for Mobile DTV,” presented by Scott Barella of Larcan; “FanVision: A Practical Implementation of Mobile DTV,” from Jim Schoedler and “The Merits of PC-Based Playout Systems” from Miranda’s Kelly Stricker might be something of a crossover.
Cost is $20, includes breakfast and lunch.