5G technology in Pro Audio

September 22, 2021 @ 15.00pm - 16.30pm

This webinar will explore the opportunities and challenges of 5G for the professional audio production industry (audio PMSE). The session will discuss recent technical developments, spectrum access options and the role of 5G within the migration trend towards IP-based workflows.

Form: webinar

Date: 22 September 2021

Square: Online via zoom
Time: 15.00 – 16.30

Participation link will be sent to you.

Price: free

Language: English

 
Program:
  • Team Sennheiser will discuss the opportunities and challenges of 5G for the professional audio production industry (audio PMSE). The session will discuss recent technical developments, spectrum access options and the role of 5G within the migration trend towards IP-based workflows.
  • Jonas will share his experiences and the challenges that come with using wireless equipment for large and complex live events, and his concerns for the future if a better solution is not found. 
  • Michael Pihl from TV2 will talk about how wireless technology affects workflow, budgets and efficiency for those working in TV. 
  • Morten Brandstrup will be our moderator for this webinar.

Participant profile:

  • Those working with live and broadcast professional sound
  • Designers and manufacturers of professional audio equipment
  • Those interested in wireless technology
 
You will learn:
  • You will hear about the current status as well as plans for the upcoming years.
  • You will hear about the current activities going on in the world of 5G. eg

    https://www.5g-records.eu/

    https://www.3gpp.org/

  • Hear from the people on the ground - those using these products every day. Hear about their challenges / frustrations with current products / working processes, and their vision

  • Join the discussion! For all those sound engineers, this is your chance to speak directly to those designing your equipment and creating new standards.

You will meet:

If you have questions about signing up, please contact Murielle De Smedt, mds@danishsound.org

M. Dolores (Lola) Pérez-Guirao is a telecommunications engineer and holds a PhD Summa Cum Laude from the Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz University of Hannover (Germany). She has a professional background of 18 years in the field of wireless communications and networks. She has been a researcher, co-founder of a technology start-up and consultant for wireless standards. In 2018 she joined the research and innovation team of Sennheiser, one of the leading manufacturers of PMSE equipment. She represents Sennheiser in several standardization working groups (3GPP, ETSI, DKE) and regulatory bodies (CEPT, BNetzA, ITU-R). Besides, she is an active member of 5G-MAG, contributing to the development of 5G for content production.

Dr. Jan Dürre received his Ph.D. degree in electrical engineering from Leibniz University Hannover in 2019. During his time at the Institute of Microelectronic Systems in Hanover, he focused on digital signal processing, networking and system design topics related to audio and video processing systems. In 2018 he joined the Research & Innovation Department of Sennheiser working in the Wireless Systems & Networks group on novel wireless and wired audio / audio-network applications and respective prototypes.

Norbert Werner, research engineer in Sennheiser's wireless and network research team. He joined Sennheiser in 2015 after receiving his master's degree in electrical engineering and information technology from the Leibniz University Hannover in Germany. His expertise is in the field of low latency audio streaming and wireless technologies. In this context Norbert has worked on multiple public-funded research projects like LIPS and 5G RECORDS.

Jonas Næsby is a technical application engineer at Sennheiser Denmark, and is responsible for the wireless equipment at some of the world's largest and most complex live events. 

Michael Pihl has worked in TV for 27 years and leads the audio team at TV2. Needless to say, he has seen the developments in wireless technology over the past decades, and is working with wireless equipment on a daily basis.

Morten Brandstrup is head of News Technology at TV2 Danmark and will be our moderator for today. 

Innovation
When you participate in this event, your time will be used as co-financing for the Innovation Power Project, which is funded by the Danish Business Promotion Board and the Danish Agency for Education and Research.
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