French pavilion to feature 14 companies at CABSAT 2019

French innovations in the audiovisual sector will be exhibited from the likes of startup The Content Armor (content piracy solution), Hexaglobe (video distribution) and INA Audiovisual Institute (content protection)
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At CABSAT 2019, the French Pavilion will have 14 companies who will exhibit there in a 156 sq m space in Hall 3. Every year, Business France, the national agency dedicated to the internationalisation of the French economy, organizes the "French Pavilion” at the show to present French audiovisual innovations.

"French companies are going to Cabsat not only 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 TV channels," said Marie-Françoise Nolet, in charge of organizing the pavilion at Business France. Some of them benefit from VR programs organized ahead of time with major regional accounts.

Several innovations in the audiovisual sector will be exhibited there (recording and broadcasting equipment, UHD/4K, IPTV and TV on mobile, content creation, management and distribution technologies). The Content Armor startup will present new solutions to help the multimedia and entertainment industry fight content piracy. Hexaglobe will be exhibiting for the first time by offering a new online video distribution product to broadcasters and digital media. The INA Audiovisual Institute will be presenting the INA-Signature, a new tool designed to protect industrialized content and copyright.

Business France said in a statement, 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). The industry generates significant revenues through exports for production (filming) and post-production (dubbing, subtitling, image processing).

France Pavilion has published an Exhibitors Catalogue to find out more about all the French companies exhibiting at CABSAT 2019.

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