French Broadcast and Audiovisual Experts gathered on a Strong French pavilion at CABSAT 2018

19 companies shall exhibit at the French Pavilion at CABSAT, grouped under an area of 180 square meters.
France Pavilion at CABSAT
France Pavilion at CABSAT

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Business France, the national agency is supporting the international development of the French economy and will once again host the French pavilion at CABSAT from 14 to 16 January 2018 at the DWTC.

With 19 companies grouped under an area of 180 square meters, the French Pavilion will introduce companies of the audiovisual sector from recording and broadcasting equipment, UHD/4K, IPTV and TV on mobile to content creation, management and distribution technologies.

"French companies will be present at Cabsat in order to better understand the market and discover business opportunities, but also to create partnerships with local players in the digital media sector, such as broadcasters, producers, integrators and television networks” said Marc Cagnard, Managing director, Business France Middle East.

French equipment manufacturers enjoy a worldwide reputation and operate in all areas of the audiovisual sector. The French market continues to expand in high added value services and has recorded significant growth in HD, particularly UHD, in production and dissemination. Digital broadcasting has been successfully deployed in France over all types of media (terrestrial, cable, satellite, IP). It should be noted that the industry generates significant revenues through exports for production (filming) and post-production (dubbing, subtitling, image processing).

Anyware: The French company is proud to share its latest success and technological advancements at CABSAT. Thanks to its state-of-the-art R&D, its flagship product line supports all the newest broadcast standards, for the deployment of 4K/full-IP/Ultra-HD channels. It offers broadcasters the capability to harness the full power of IP based workflows while working with top of the line UHD media and codecs. Anyware Video will demonstrate its products at Cabsat, Booth ZB6-D50 on the Creative France Pavilion.

TMG: Specializes in the protection of premium content. The company will unveil its latest innovations in the field of anti-piracy, broadcast monitoring and compliance at CABSAT 2018 in Za’beel Halls 1-3, French Pavilion, Stand No ZB6-D30. As illegal live-streaming continues to explode, becoming the strongest development for piracy in media and entertainment, efficient solutions have become available to broadcasters of premium content, explains anti-piracy expert TMG.

4MOD : The French company 4MOD (For Media On Demand) develops remote controls featuring embedded state-of-the-art technologies, for the mass market. Multitouch functionality, e-ink display technology and wireless charging are carefully combined to deliver a smooth user experience. The company creates product differentiation through design and functionality. For the first time, 4MOD will showcase its smart, disruptive and augmented remote controls at the Creative France Pavilion at CABSAT.

Wiztivi: French company specialized in the development and design of interactive video services for media groups and telecom operators. Wiztivi will be in the UAE to present its TIMELESSUI® multi-screen user interface at Cabsat's Creative France pavilion.

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