Dubbed “DRM Benefits in Times of Crisis,” the first session takes place on Thursday April 23. A second session follows on Thursday April 30. Both will begin at 4 p.m. MYT (9 a.m. BST).
Discussions will focus around DRM features, which include the Emergency Warning Functionality, monitoring map and content server programming using Journaline. They’ll also highlight the usage of DRM in public signage.
In addition, presenters will outline how it’s possible to use DRM datacasting technology in education, particularly in regions without a stable internet or television signals.
Speakers include Ruxandra Obreja, DRM chair; Alexander Zink, Fraunhofer IIs, DRM vice-chair; Yogendra Pal, chair Indian platform), Simon Keens, Ampegon; Jan Bremer, NXP; and Radu Obreja, DRM Marketing Director.
“This webinar duo is a first for us as our long and fruitful cooperation with ABU is now being enriched with that of ASBU,” said DRM Chairman, Ruxandra Obreja.
“Many people are under lockdown now so we believe a webinar provides an excellent opportunity for those interested to learn more about DRM and its advantages, beyond audio, that are particularly useful in times of crisis.”