THE IFEMA–CARLOS SORIA EXPEDITION SETS OUT TO MEET THE CHALLENGE OF CLIMBING DHAULAGIRI

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The mountaineer and his team have already reached the Dhaulagiri base camp, from where they will attempt to conquer the 8,167-metre-high summit of the mountain within a few days.

Carlos Soria and his team have reached the Dhaulagiri base camp, after spending last week acclimatising in the Khumbu Valley, Nepal. Now they will start the second phase of the expedition, sponsored by IFEMA, when they will attempt to climb 8,167-metre Dhaulagiri.

 

Their strategy will be to ascend twice to camp 1, located at 5,500 metres, and to camp 2, at 6,400 metres. These two climbs will ensure that they are thoroughly acclimatised before the final stage of the expedition and will enable them to fully equip the camps to climb to the peak in optimal conditions.

 

Mountaineer Carlos Soria and his team will make this second attempt to conquer the summit of the Dhaulagiri after ascending to 8,050 metres last autumn. They say that they feel “very good physically” and that they are ready to “take on our main objective, the summit of the Dhaulagiri”.

 

In the first stage of the IFEMA-Carlos Soria expedition, the team took on the Chukung Ri Crest, at 5,550 metres, and 5,820 metres at Island Peak. Both mountains are in the Khumbu Valley, where Carlos, Sito and Luis Miguel have spent time to become perfectly acclimatised before attempting the great challenge of the expedition, the Dhaulagiri, one of just two peaks left for Carlos Soria to achieve his personal goal of climbing the world’s 14 highest mountains at 79 years of age.

 

IFEMA is sponsoring and supporting Carlos Soria in his quest. This sponsorship has been launched as part of EXPOTURAL, the Mountain, Climate and Sustainable Tourism Fair, which will take place in Madrid Trade Fair from 1 to 4 November, with Nepal as guest country and Carlos Soria as ambassador.

 

Carlos Soria

Born in Ávila on 5 February 1939, he is Spain’s most famous mountaineer. At the age of 79, he still has ambitions to climb the world’s 14 highest peaks, a project with great international importance and relevance, since he is the oldest person ever to take on this formidable challenge. He only has two peaks to go - Dhaulagiri (Nepal) and Shisha Pangma (China) - to achieve his goal.

 

He is the only mountaineer to have climbed 11 eight-mile-high mountains at over the age of 60 and is the oldest person in history to have successfully climbed K2 (aged 65), Broad Peak (68 years), Makalu (69 years), (70 years), Manaslu (71 years), Kanchenjunga (75 years) and Annapurna (77 years).

 

He has also climbed the seven highest peaks on all seven continents, a feat he achieved when he was more than 70 years old: Elbrus (Europe-1968); McKinley (North America-1971); Aconcagua (South America -1986); Everest (Asia-2001); Mont Vinson (Antarctica - 2007); Carstensz (Oceania-2010) and Kilimanjaro (Africa-2010).

 

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Over the coming days, all the climbs and challenges overcome by the team on the Nepalese mountain will be published on the IFEMA-Carlos Soria Expedition social media, and IFEMA website, which houses a microsite devoted to the expedition, http://www.ifema.es/dhaulagiri18_01/  with details of all the activities, graphic materials and videos.

 

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IFEMA will host the world’s biggest fair entirely devoted to the olive oil sector

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A collaboration agreement was signed today between IFEMA and the World Olive Oil Exhibition for the celebration of its next edition, to be held at Feria de Madrid on 21 and 22 March

The WOOE will once again become a forum for debate and analysis within the industry, offering a programme of conferences and master tasting sessions led by speakers of international prestige.

The collaboration agreement between IFEMA and the World Olive Oil Exhibition was renewed today, paving the way for the next edition of this trade fair, which will be held at Feria de Madrid on 21 and 22 March.  Eduardo López-Puertas, General Manager of IFEMA, Otilia Romero de Condés, CEO of the WOOE, and José Luis Murcia, Executive Director of the WOOE, have signed an agreement so that IFEMA will once again host the world’s biggest fair entirely devoted to the olive oil sector.

The World Olive Oil Exhibition expects to bring together 200 oil mills and olive oil producers, along with more than 3,000 professionals, buyers, catering entrepreneurs, distributors, and business owners of more than 30 different nationalities, hailing from the United Arab Emirates, Japan, China, the United Kingdom, Italy and the US, amongst other countries.

 WOOE will be the international olive oil industry's leading hub for reinvigorating their businesses, opening up new markets, and closing some the most important deals of the year.  Participants will become privy to the latest trends and key aspects of this dynamic market, as well as the developments that can be expected in its immediate future.

 This is possible thanks to one of the olive oil industry’s most ambitious programmes of conferences and tasting sessions. The 2018 programme will feature internationally renowned speakers such as:  Abdellatif Ghedira, General Manager of the International Olive Council (Tunisia); María Reyes, Director of KeHe Distribución (USA); David Neuman, CEO of GAEA North America (USA); Luigi Caricato, CEO of the media outlet OlioOfficcina (Italy); Javier Perona, researcher at CSIC (Spain); Luis Jesús García Lomas, General Manager of Fundación Caja Rural (Spain); José Luis González González, Head of the Department of Quality, Development, and Promotion of the Canary Islands Food Quality Institute (Spain), and Chokri Bayoudh, Director of the National Olive Oil Office (Tunisia).

 

Further information:

Marta Cacho Dalda, Head of Media Relations at IFEMA |mcacho@ifema.es

Cristina Villar Miranda | Communications Manager WOOE | press@oliveoilexhibition.com

http://www.oliveoilexhibition.com/esp/inicio.php

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BIT Audiovisual 2018 will showcase the latest technology for a constantly changing sector

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Professionals visiting the trade fair will be able to see first-hand the latest solutions from manufacturers, distributors, systems integrators and service providers, with proposals for both traditional broadcast media and new audiovisual environments

 

 

Organised by IFEMA, the event will take place from 8 to 10 May at Feria de Madrid

 

From 8 to 10 May, the professional trade fair for audiovisual technology, BIT Audiovisual 2018, will be held in Pavilion 7 at Feria de Madrid, welcoming leading manufacturers, distributors and service providers involved in both traditional broadcast media (radio and television) as well as cinema and new means of content production and distribution.

 

Throughout the extensive exhibition area, professionals visiting the trade fair will be able to see first-hand the latest solutions from top-tier international manufacturers such as Canon, with its wide range of cameras and lenses, and Riedel Communications, with its comprehensive portfolio of intercom solutions and audio, video and communications networks.

 

As for Media Asset Management (MAM), Hierarchical Storage Management (HSM), Business Process Management (BPM) and media transcoding and distribution, benchmark Spanish R&D companies such as Tedial, VSN, Estructure Media Systems and Ebantic will share their cutting-edge solutions implemented by broadcasters across the world. And when it comes to encoding systems, the Spanish company Sapec is a standout participant.

 

The trade fair will once again feature the manufacturer AEQ, based at the Leganés Technology Park in Madrid, who export their automation and production systems (broadcast monitors, intercom, audio codecs, consoles, commentary systems and reporter units) all across the world.

 

In the area of radio, WorldCast systems will exhibit its latest developments in audio processing and encoding, transmission, signal monitoring and more.

 

At BIT Audiovisual 2018, visitors will also be able to find solutions for virtual studios, augmented reality and social networking integration in graphic design developed by Brainstorm, a company working under the label ‘Made in Spain’ which is making inroads across all five continents.

 

No less important are designers and manufacturers of connection and cable solutions, such as Lemo and Percon, whose developments are enabling transmission and management of signals with resolutions of 4K and above.

 

Also participating in the trade fair will be the leading distributors of solutions for television, film, video and new media in various areas such as media capture, studios, testing and measurement, audio and postproduction, including Abacanto, Xeltec Video, Crosspoint, KBN Next Media, Ambient Media, AVCast, Neovideo, SDI, Serman Pro, Star Comunicaciones and Video Digital.

 

Other distributors, meanwhile, such as Ceproma, Video Cine Import, Moncada, Casanova Foto, Catts Camera and Foto Técnica Import are focused on top-tier production equipment and digital cinematography.

 

Those looking for accessories of all different types and brands will find the most comprehensive range courtesy of DiseFoto, K&F Concept and Robisa. And as for lighting, important exhibitors include companies such as Cinetel Spain and Cromalite.

 

Besides equipment, BIT Audiovisual 2018 will offer professionals the opportunity to exchange thoughts and find out about the wide variety of project integration and consulting services offered by companies such as Aicox Soluciones, Eurocom Broadcast, Datos Technologies, Broadcast Solutions, ADDI Telecom, MoMe and Visiona. These companies carry out preliminary studies for projects, determine the technology required for each project and implement it, and also offer after-sales service and training.

 

Going beyond traditional broadcasting, another major presence is GES-IT, who provide streaming services, consulting and live broadcast via mobile networks.

 

Other leading service providers include Visual Media, whose technical experts and equipment support all types of production from shooting to post-production. And for equipment rental, look no further than companies such as Falco Films and FTFCam.

 

In the field of telecommunications services, BIT Audiovisual 2018 will welcome Cellnex Telecom, the leading operator in network infrastructure, as well as Interxion, the specialist provider of colocation services in independent data centres across Europe, and the telecommunications company Red Telecom.

 

The event also will be a must for those seeking the best music and effects for their projects, thanks to the proposals on offer at the stand hosted by Music Library and SFX, a company that has recently launched a new web platform providing a one-stop shop for all the music and sound effects in its numerous catalogues.

 

Finally, it will be interesting to see the possibilities opened up by solutions such as those proposed by Social Tv Hub - with a web tool for television makers enabling content capture from social networks and its on-screen display - and Watchity - the flexible live video production platform that enables live, high-quality broadcast using smartphones over public WiFi or 4G networks.

 

BIT Audiovisual Exhibitors’ Forum

 

Organised by IFEMA, the professional audiovisual technology trade fair BIT Audiovisual will hold its first BIT Audiovisual Exhibitors’ Forum, a programme of commercial presentations that will run throughout the trade fair, spotlighting the participating companies.

 

The programme will be disseminated throughout the professional sector, through the trade fair’s publicity campaigns and in the media.

 

The BIT Audiovisual Exhibitors’ Forum is organised as a programme of presentations offered to visitors within the exhibition pavilion, enabling companies to showcase the sector’s numerous innovations and commercial proposals, and facilitating professional networking during the fair.

 

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ARCOlisboa 2018: experience the art, share the city

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IFEMA and the Câmara de Municipal de Lisboa are joining forces to hold ARCOlisboa 2018 from 17 to 20 May.

This third edition of the fair will be a celebration of contemporary Portuguese art accompanied by interesting international initiatives that will make the event again a unique opportunity to experience this city’s history, architecture and light. Lisbon is a place like no other and, similarly, ARCOlisboa is a fair like no other.

This is the third time that this celebration of contemporary Portuguese art is being held, accompanied by interesting international initiatives that will make the event a unique opportunity to experience this city’s history, architecture and light. Lisbon is a place like no other and, similarly, ARCOlisboa is a fair like no other.

ARCO sets out to introduce new artists, places and people, and this year, ARCOLisboa will be launching more new features than ever that will connect with an even wider audience.

The fair designs its timetable and its dynamics to suit the city, meaning that this coming event will be changing its schedule to be more in rhythm with the Lisbon lifestyle. From 17 to 19 May it will open to the public from 2:00 pm to 9:00 pm, while on 20 May the opening hours are from 12:00 noon to 6:00 pm.
This edition is serving to consolidate the project and this sense of confidence has allowed it to increase its offering to a total of 71 gallerists from 14 countries, an increase of 22.5%.

This growth will be evident in new content, such as individual projects by artists who will be exhibited at the Torreão Poente for the first time, with extensive presentations of works by Portuguese and international artists alike. Among them are Esther Ferrer with Àngels Barcelona, José Carlos Martinat with Revólver and Mónica de Miranda with Carlos Carvalho.

Opening, a space devoted to young galleries, will this year be holding its second edition, showcasing 12 projects once again selected by curator João Laia. Some new additions are from Lisbon, like Balcony and Uma Lulik, while international galleries like Rolando Anselmi (Berlin/Rome), Bombon (Barcelona) and Copperfield (London) will also join this space that allows visitors the opportunity to discover new proposals.

The main section of ARCOlisboa will be the same size, with 51 galleries. The architecture will be again organized in a central area completely open to the outdoors, allowing natural light to flood in, making the visit a unique experience. As well as the leading Portuguese galleries that have supported the project from the start, new galleries like Krinzinger (Vienna), Helga de Alvear (Madrid), Carreras Mugica (Bilbao) or Greengrassi (London) will be presenting their projects at the fair for the first time.

One of initiatives that has been at ARCOlisboa since the beginning is As Tables Are Shelves, the independent publishers’ fair curated by Luiza Teixeira de Freitas that this year will have a special visibility. The selection of publishers specialising in artists’ publications will be extended into one of the rooms at the Torreão Nascente. This special project is a unique opportunity to start collecting from these creations in multiple editions, that help exploring the art and the ideas that inspire the creators.

One of ARCOlisboa’s aims is to harmonise the architecture of the fair with that of the building hosting it. A Cordoaria, an outstanding example of 18th-century industrial architecture, will connect with the country's most contemporary architecture at this edition. In cooperation with the Lisbon Architecture Triennale, visitors will be able to enjoy a new restaurant area, created by Atelier JQTS in collaboration with artist Carlos Nogueira, which has been beautifully designed for the Cordoaria space and for visitors to ARCOlisboa.  The fair will also feature cafés and bars, which will be open to the public, as well as a private lounge designed by Gracinha Viterbo.

Art and collecting will be among of the main topics of discussion throughout the fair, stimulated by a series of presentations that will be taking place at the Torreão Nascente. Presented by art critic Isabel Carlos, and sponsored by the Fundação Millenium bcp, the Collectors’ Forum will set out to give visitors a deeper understanding of the motives and ways in which major collectors approach their labour of love. In addition, the Museum Forum will discuss the similarities and differences between Portuguese and international museum programmes. The close collaboration between ARCOlisboa and Fundação EDP will once again be reflected in the 2nd Annual Conference of European and Latin American Museums, directed by Pedro Gadanho, director of the MAAT.

Curator Filipa Oliveira will take over one of the patios at Cordoaria for En qué estou a trabalhar? a series of conversations with a dozen professionals about their current projects. A unique opportunity to learn about matters of interest and current research by the most relevant curators and directors of institutions.

All the content present at the fair on which gallerists, curators, managers of institutions and collectors have worked so hard would be pointless if they had no impact on society. In its third edition, ARCOlisboa wants to give particular emphasis to stimulating new audiences. To achieve this, Silvia Escorcio, in cooperation with museums like MAAT, Museo Coleção Berardo, Museu Serralves, Centro de Arte Quetzal, Museu Calouste Gulbenkian, among others, and with the country’s main art schools and universities, will be presenting a special programme to attract a wider audience to contemporary art, stressing its importance as a catalyst for thought about the present and its projection towards the future.

ARCOlisboa is not restricted to the physical space of the Cordoaria. The city is a unique setting that not only strengthens but also elevates the artistic importance of the fair project. The different spaces and institutions have programmes that will enable foreign visitors to understand why the Portuguese art scene is so lively. Individual exhibitions at the city's main institutions are an example of the vibrancy of the Portuguese cultural scene, and the natural way in which local artists are able to dialogue with the main international creators.

Among the individual exhibitions are those that MAAT will dedicate to Tomás Saraceno and Miguel Palma; Culturgest to Michael Biberstein; Fundação Carmona e Costa to Julião Sarmento; Kunstalle Lissabon to Sol Calero; and Pavilhão 31 to Jorge Molder. Numerous other projects will feature a selection of Portuguese and international artists, such as the PÓS-POP exhibition at the Museu Calouste Gulbenkian, with participation by Teresa Magalhães, Eduardo Batarda, Ana Vieira, António Palolo, Nikias Skapinakis, Ruy Leitão, Menez and Allen Jones.

Another major area of interest will be the presence of collections. The Municipal de Lisboa will present its 2016 and 2017 acquisitions at the Torreão Nascente, while the Museu Coleção Berardo will host the No Place Like Home, exhibition, with a selection of works from the collection at the Israel Museum.

Once again, Lisbon will throw itself wholeheartedly into the world of contemporary art at this fair, with support from the Municipal de Lisboa, Fundação EDP and MAAT Museum of Art, Architecture and Technology, and the Portuguese Ministry of Culture, as well as other institutions, art centres and galleries, with a diverse range of exhibitions and events, creating opportunities to meet with participants and guests at ARCOlisboa.


 

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ExpoÓptica 2018: a renewed fair for a sector in growth

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The trade show, organized by Ifema, presents a fair model fully adapted to the demands of the optical sector and audiology, from 13 to 15 of April in IFEMA-Feria de Madrid

In its next edition the contest will show off more digital, modern environment, with new national and international brands, focused on fashion - including a new competition of Awards- and with contents also aimed at driving the projection of new companies

More than 120 direct exhibitors and more than 300 brands have already confirmed their participation in this edition

ExpoÓptica, International Optics, Optometry and Audiology Exhibition, the professional benchmark fair for the sector in the Iberian Peninsula and business point of contact for all its agents in Spain and Portugal, is preparing its thirty second edition, which will be held from 13 to 15 April in Feria de Madrid. The trade show, organized by IFEMA, presents excellent business prospects, an important increase in its number of participants, as well as innovative and attractive contents, proving itself to be the best space to find everything from the latest in fashion to the most recent advances and innovations in the world of optics, optometry and audiology.

At the same time, the trade show offers an interesting evolution of its fair concept thanks to new technologies, which will make this fair more digital, in which social media will be protagonists, with active networking that will drive conversation and will project the image and products of the participating companies.

 More focused on fashion

ExpoÓptica2018 will also be a more modern, fashion-focused fair. At the moment optometry is a combination of visual health and personal image, and so ExpoÓptica includes the area Optical Fashion, aimed at the exhibition of frames and designer glasses, key for increasing sales in the sector. In this sense, this edition will for the first time celebrate the first Optics Gala, designed as an encounter in which recognition will be given to brands which stand out for their design and the presence of fashion in their products.

The Audiology sector will also be relevant in this edition, which will have its own area with special importance on the offerings of the fair, as well as the contents of the trade show aimed at driving the projection of new brands and participating companies.

A variety of offerings

The variety at ExpoÓptica includes everything from ophthalmic lenses, contact lenses, frames, sunglasses and optical instruments, to raw materials, optical equipment, furniture, machinery, cases, accessories, spare parts, maintenance products, computer science solutions for opticians, franchises, training… All in all, a complete panorama of this industry and the sectors of Optics, Optometry, Contactology, Ophtalmology, Vision Loss (Health), and Preparation for Points of Sale. Added to all of this at our 32nd edition is a wide range of products and services in the sector of Audiology, another of the key segments in the world of optics. 

ExpoÓptica with the sector

With the renovation of contents and the new fair concept that ExpoÓptica presents in this edition, the trade show wants to demonstrate its high sectoral representation by reuniting in Spain all the innovations and trends necessary to update professionals in optics and audiology.  “IFEMA wishes to showcase this fair in the national Iberian market, and to show it as its best point of contact to generate alliances and create businesses at a time when the Optics and Optometry sector are growing steadily”, said Lola González, EXPOOPTICA director.

This renovation of Expoóptica has been valued by the companies, who have shown their commitment to this edition, as the increase in contracting demonstrates. Today, more than two months before the celebration, the trade show surpasses 120 exhibitors and 300 brands. These are participation data which tend significantly to surpass the results of the preceding edition of 2016.

In addition, great companies that hadn't participated in this event for years will return to IFEMA. “With help from the sector we have defined an event that reinforces the projection of new features and advances in technology and expertise so that professionals can find during their visit the very best, the most recent, all in a dynamic space that is completed with scientific training and business management. In addition, we offer each present company different participation formats adapted to their objectives”, adds Lola González.

ExpoÓptica 2018 wins back great brands among its exhibitors

This edition of the trade show counts on the participation of great companies in the sector of Optics and Audiology once again. In Optics we can highlight, among others, Prats, Essilor, Indo, Optiwin, Zeiss, Topcon, Visual Global, Bausch & Lomb, Grupo Nos, Optiwell, Servilens, Centrostyle, Visionix, Panoptica, Conoptica, Eurolent, Jaytesa, Quiksilver, Mark' Ennovy, Tiwi, Recoletos, ABS; and in the sector of Audiology, Beltone, Interton, Bernafon, Otometrics, Widex, Audio Service, Inventis, Humangechnik, and Oticon, among others.

To the sizeable business participation at ExpoÓptica we add the renewed endorsement of the main associations and organizations of the sector, like the Spanish Federation of Associations of Optics, FEDAO; the Spanish Association of Manufacture, Commercialization and General Import of Optics and Ophtalmology, AEO; the General Council of Optical School Optometrists, CNOO, and Visión y Vida, a Campaign of Ocular Protection.

On the other hand, the fair will coincide with the International Congress of Optometry, Contactology and Ophthalmic Optics, OPTOM 2018, which is held in the North Convention Centre of IFEMA.

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BIT Audiovisual 2018 will showcase the latest technology for a constantly changing sector

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Professionals visiting the trade fair will be able to see first-hand the latest solutions from manufacturers, distributors, systems integrators and service providers, with proposals for both traditional broadcast media and new audiovisual environments

 

 

Organised by IFEMA, the event will take place from 8 to 10 May at Feria de Madrid

 

From 8 to 10 May, the professional trade fair for audiovisual technology, BIT Audiovisual 2018, will be held in Pavilion 7 at Feria de Madrid, welcoming leading manufacturers, distributors and service providers involved in both traditional broadcast media (radio and television) as well as cinema and new means of content production and distribution.

 

Throughout the extensive exhibition area, professionals visiting the trade fair will be able to see first-hand the latest solutions from top-tier international manufacturers such as Canon, with its wide range of cameras and lenses, and Riedel Communications, with its comprehensive portfolio of intercom solutions and audio, video and communications networks.

 

As for Media Asset Management (MAM), Hierarchical Storage Management (HSM), Business Process Management (BPM) and media transcoding and distribution, benchmark Spanish R&D companies such as Tedial, VSN, Estructure Media Systems and Ebantic will share their cutting-edge solutions implemented by broadcasters across the world. And when it comes to encoding systems, the Spanish company Sapec is a standout participant.

 

The trade fair will once again feature the manufacturer AEQ, based at the Leganés Technology Park in Madrid, who export their automation and production systems (broadcast monitors, intercom, audio codecs, consoles, commentary systems and reporter units) all across the world.

 

In the area of radio, WorldCast systems will exhibit its latest developments in audio processing and encoding, transmission, signal monitoring and more.

 

At BIT Audiovisual 2018, visitors will also be able to find solutions for virtual studios, augmented reality and social networking integration in graphic design developed by Brainstorm, a company working under the label ‘Made in Spain’ which is making inroads across all five continents.

 

No less important are designers and manufacturers of connection and cable solutions, such as Lemo and Percon, whose developments are enabling transmission and management of signals with resolutions of 4K and above.

 

Also participating in the trade fair will be the leading distributors of solutions for television, film, video and new media in various areas such as media capture, studios, testing and measurement, audio and postproduction, including Abacanto, Xeltec Video, Crosspoint, KBN Next Media, Ambient Media, AVCast, Neovideo, SDI, Serman Pro, Star Comunicaciones and Video Digital.

 

Other distributors, meanwhile, such as Ceproma, Video Cine Import, Moncada, Casanova Foto, Catts Camera and Foto Técnica Import are focused on top-tier production equipment and digital cinematography.

 

Those looking for accessories of all different types and brands will find the most comprehensive range courtesy of DiseFoto, K&F Concept and Robisa. And as for lighting, important exhibitors include companies such as Cinetel Spain and Cromalite.

 

Besides equipment, BIT Audiovisual 2018 will offer professionals the opportunity to exchange thoughts and find out about the wide variety of project integration and consulting services offered by companies such as Aicox Soluciones, Eurocom Broadcast, Datos Technologies, Broadcast Solutions, ADDI Telecom, MoMe and Visiona. These companies carry out preliminary studies for projects, determine the technology required for each project and implement it, and also offer after-sales service and training.

 

Going beyond traditional broadcasting, another major presence is GES-IT, who provide streaming services, consulting and live broadcast via mobile networks.

 

Other leading service providers include Visual Media, whose technical experts and equipment support all types of production from shooting to post-production. And for equipment rental, look no further than companies such as Falco Films and FTFCam.

 

In the field of telecommunications services, BIT Audiovisual 2018 will welcome Cellnex Telecom, the leading operator in network infrastructure, as well as Interxion, the specialist provider of colocation services in independent data centres across Europe, and the telecommunications company Red Telecom.

 

The event also will be a must for those seeking the best music and effects for their projects, thanks to the proposals on offer at the stand hosted by Music Library and SFX, a company that has recently launched a new web platform providing a one-stop shop for all the music and sound effects in its numerous catalogues.

 

Finally, it will be interesting to see the possibilities opened up by solutions such as those proposed by Social Tv Hub - with a web tool for television makers enabling content capture from social networks and its on-screen display - and Watchity - the flexible live video production platform that enables live, high-quality broadcast using smartphones over public WiFi or 4G networks.

 

BIT Audiovisual Exhibitors’ Forum

 

Organised by IFEMA, the professional audiovisual technology trade fair BIT Audiovisual will hold its first BIT Audiovisual Exhibitors’ Forum, a programme of commercial presentations that will run throughout the trade fair, spotlighting the participating companies.

 

The programme will be disseminated throughout the professional sector, through the trade fair’s publicity campaigns and in the media.

 

The BIT Audiovisual Exhibitors’ Forum is organised as a programme of presentations offered to visitors within the exhibition pavilion, enabling companies to showcase the sector’s numerous innovations and commercial proposals, and facilitating professional networking during the fair.

 

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