The CTA Technology & Standards Forum is an event where engineers, product managers and people from technology alliances gather to hear presentations, network, share information and develop standards.
The Technology & Standards Fall Forum featured four days of panel sessions, industry standards meetings and interactive networking opportunities highlighting the trends and technologies that are transforming content and entertainment.
Hear industry experts discuss how digital therapeutics, artificial intelligence and the COVID-19 health crisis are changing content discovery, production, distribution and more.
As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to alter our daily lives and disrupt innovations throughout the technology sector, CTA analysts provide an overview of current industry trends and the effects of the crisis on the technology industry.
The COVID-19 outbreak has significantly disrupted the content ecosystem. This panel explores changes taking place in content production, delivery and new services that are being offered. Additionally, experts provide their thoughts on the lasting effects of COVID-19 on the content ecosystem.
This is the first year NEXTGEN TV (ATSC 3.0) is truly commercially available in the U.S., with TV stations starting to broadcast in cities around the country and major TV brands offering compatible TVs. Get the latest update on the rollout status with broadcaster perspective from NAB and a look at the NEXTGEN TV market from CTA.
The advent of audio and video streaming services has given consumers more content options than ever before. Choosing from this infinite pool of choices is getting easier thanks to artificial intelligence (AI). Explore ways AI is being used to improve content discovery and how it is changing the business models for these services.
Join a lively executive fireside chat, featuring CTA President and CEO Gary Shapiro. After the discussion, Shapiro will present the annual Technology & Standards Awards, highlighting outstanding contributions to the CTA technology and standards program and the broader technology industry.
ANSI/CTA-2045, the Modular Communications Interface (MCI) for Energy Management, enables manufacturers to build products that can accommodate modules, which connect to a variety of networks so these products can participate in programs for energy flexibility, such as demand response, and integrate with local generation (solar and wind) and storage.
Digital therapeutics is an emerging field that uses tech solutions in conjunction with, or sometimes in place of, traditional pharmaceutical interventions. Industry experts on the frontlines of this new digital health revolution will delve into the science and application.