Participation in the Inter BEE 2017

The 53rd Inter BEE 2017 was held from November 15th through 17th at the Makuhari Messe in Japan, where ARIB/DiBEG participated in the exhibition for the promotion of ISDB-T. This was the 4th consecutive participation for ARIB/DiBEG.

The Inter BEE this year boasted the largest exhibitors of 1,139 companies/organizations in its history, including 643 foreign participants from 33 countries, and 38,083 registered visitors, also the largest number of visitors ever.

At the exhibition hall there were many displays and demonstrations on 4K/8K broadcasting which is scheduled to put into commercial service in December next year in Japan, including products, systems and technologies related to 4K/8K and IP transmission. Also there were a number of presentations and exhibits applying AI and VR technologies for broadcasting, attracting the attention of many of the visitors.

At the ARIB/DiBEG booth we introduced the latest situation of standardization activities in the field of broadcasting as well as our international activities in the ISDB-T promotion. Inquiries we received from the visitors included technical subjects related to UHDTV and the latest status of digital TV implementation in many parts of the world.

ARIB/DiBEG and SET collaboration at Inter BEE

Brochures handed out at the Booth

As usual, there was a booth of SET (Sociedade Brasileira de Engenharia de Televisão) Brazil right next to the ARIB/DiBEG’s, and we could collaborate in the exhibition and exchange of the latest information, including the schedule change of the SET Expo 2018.

Photo taken at the SET Booth right next to ARIB/DiBEG Booth

Overview of the ARIB/DiBEG Booth

 Mr. Olímpio José Franco, Superintendent of SET, made a presentation of the International Conference Room, toward the Inter BEE participants regarding the latest status of ISDB-T implementation in Brazil and future development and planning of broadcasting technologies of his organization.

Atmosphere of Presentation 1

Atmosphere of Presentation 2

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