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Xpresso Communications Sit-Down: RCH Group President Stefano de Pra on Preliminaries to Innovation We met Stefano de Pra at EuroCIS
AI's Big Challenge To make it truly intelligent, researchers need to rethink the way they approach the technology By Garrett Kenyon on February
Bridge Technologies: Any time, any place, anywhere (There’s a wonderful world you can share) Blog In Microsoft’s 2017 YouTube commercial
50 Years of winning synergy in innovative selling solutions Blog   2019 is the year of our 50th birthday, and
Meet us at ISE 2019! We could offer a strong benefit to your company! Our core values have the potential
Are integration and automation always the right approach?   Workflow. Compatibility. Integration. Automation. Efficiency. The business world has become an
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  Remote production: no compromise on quality Blog It seems a long time ago that, if you wanted to talk
Marketing Trend for ever: human-centred marketing Here are some trends that we can expect in 2019: Food: Even more weird
RCH Year round-up Pristine design expressed by magnetic elegance; powerful innovation combined with reliability   The New Year is often
Merry Christmas and much luck and passion in the upcoming year!   In Italy, wearing read underwear on New Year's
A lesson from Janus By Fiorenza Mella and Jess McMurray   In ancient Roman religion and myth, Janus is the
The sound of music     Have you ever walked through the woods, and really listened to the world around
Bridge Technologies controlla la rete TecnologieTrasmissione IP  redazione milano Mosaico5 Doppia interfaccia di rete fino a 100 GbE per l’analizzatore
The AES show gives us an opportunity to drive innovation. Can it be enhanced?   With a bit of time
Causes of entropy drain in PR and Marketing  By Jess McMurray and Fiorenza Mella   The concept of entropy on
The radio of the future: what’s our margin? Guest Post: On-Hertz In this series, we’ve investigated how increased mobility and
The benefits of industry-leading training for retail   We may be international in scale now, but RCH still maintains an
The art of making sound disappear     A night at the theatre has always been an experience full of
Mobility at the heart of radio: how natural? Guest post by On-Hertz   In my previous article, I said that
How RCH Group revolutionized the POS market Guest post By RCH Group We’ve come a long way since the first
A new medium is coming up - fast! Broadcasters: will you seize the opportunity? Guest post by On-Hertz   The world
  “When women show interest in STEM (Science Technology Engineering and Mathematics) topics, don’t just tell them how something works.
A pioneering scientist explains ‘deep learning’ Artificial intelligence meets human intelligence By Angela Chen @chengela Oct 16, 2018, 4:46pm EDT Illustration
Guest Post Data4 contributes to the growing Kiosk market By Michele Stecca, General Manager Data4   Interactive kiosks are not
AI AI AI, what’s going on here then - can computers really be creative?   Xpresso is back from IBC
Simen K. Frostad, Chairman of Bridge Technologies, was  interviewed by the IBCTV. IP technology contains the ability to remove latency....
Striking the Right Note Professionals in the “sound” industries should work hard on developing their audio cognition to drive excellence
Simen K. Frostad interviewed by INBroadcast at IBC Show. Why we hide complexity https://youtu.be/qr72i1NvY5g
Bridge Technologies: Timing - Tails of Truth By Simen K. Frostad, Chairman at Bridge Technologies     Recognising the extremities
IBC2018 is a whole new beast…   Revolutionary change can often come surprisingly quietly. IBC has undergone a fairly revolutionary
Women in audio: A Growing Trend One of the questions I have often been asked throughout my career is how
 The IP Showcase returns to IBC in 2018, September 14-18 At the RAI Amsterdam, Room E106/107   Located in Room
Quote by Jackie Green, president and chief technology officer of the alteros division of Audio-Technica. “Horses are often sick and
The Healthy Addiction? Coffee Study Finds More Health Benefits New research in mice details the mechanism of how caffeine seems
Bridge Technologies ha tenido un gran año en Latam Texto escrito por Vlad Martínez, especial para TVyVideo+Radio. Publicado: 2018-06-26 México.
SVG Sit-Down: alteros President Jackie Green on the Aftermath of RF Reallocation   Wireless users still have a variety of
Naomi Climer, the first female President of the Institution of Engineering and Technology   Former IET President Naomi Climer and
Transferring quantum information using sound How can quantum information be transferred from one atom to another? June 5, 2018 Source: 
Guest post by Connected Legends Peter MacAvock and his Belief in Public Service Media Head of Delivery Platforms and Services,
How Frequency Response Affects the “Sound” of Microphones By Frank Beacham, Broadcast Bridge A microphone is a transducer that converts
Guest post: by Connected Legends, Connecting the technology players of the past and the present with tech newcomers. Tech Geek
The Impact Of Artificial Intelligence In The Everyday Lives Of Consumers By Terence Mills Terence Mills, CEO of AI.io and
Technology and its discontents The role of technology is under attack Today a “techlash” is under way. It comes in many
 Is OTT TV’s Death Knell? By Philip Hunter, Broadcast Bridge   Television pundits have been claiming the death knell for
How to assess people in online communications beyond the clothes they wear in their writing   You are interviewing candidates
IABM: “Significant M&A Activity” Still to Come March 26th 2018 - 03:00 PM By Adrian Pennington, Broadcast Bridge The traditional
How AI Can Stop Cybercrime Most security breaches are caused by human error. Luckily, there’s an algorithm for that.  
  By Ned Soseman, The Broadcast Bridge A broadcast IP probe alarm can be a chief engineer's best friend. A
Mind the gap You may have heard of the Dunning-Kruger curve. If you haven’t, then you’ve perhaps heard Donald Rumsfeld’s
UK Universities to debut 5G robot football player at Mobile World Congress Such technology will allow experts, such as surgeons
  UHD Post-Part 2 The Signal By Jay Ankeney The Broadcast Bridge   With ATSC 3.0 poised to change the
This is amazing indeed. You might enjoy watching figure skating even more now... Every single movement is stored separately and
Television is an illusion, there are no moving pictures and today's broadcast formats are heavily dependent on the decisions engineers
See you at #ISE2018! By Michael Garwood 29 January 2018 AV Technology’s Margot Douaihy discusses the value ISE provides to
      Surviving the Early Adoption to IP by Gary Olson, GHO Group The broadcast TV industry has endured
 A little food for thought  It’s a heavy night in the kitchen, orders are piling up faster than the dishes
Consumers worldwide spending fifth of daily life devouring video Joseph O'Halloran | 10 January 2018 Worldwide TV viewers are hooked
By Kent Bye Jaron Lanier is a pioneer of the first commercially-available virtual reality systems with his VPL Research Inc
  For us at Xpresso, the New Year is a time of inspiration. So many opportunities. So many challenges. So
May you all have a nice break with your family and friends. Wishing a lovely Christmas and a great start