IABM has announced the winners of its 2014 Design and Innovation Awards at IBC in Amsterdam honouring the most outstanding broadcast media industry talent.
This year, the newly structured awards celebrate those solutions that offer significant benefits or new opportunities to the broadcast and media industry and recognise achievements across nine different segments – with companies’ large and small, specialist and non-specialist submitting applications for their innovative products or services.
The winning recipients are:
ACQUISITION & PRODUCTION
TRIMARAN – GEORACING
QUANTEL – GENETIC ENGINEERING 2
CONTENT & COMMUNICATION INFRASTRUCTURE
NTT ELECTRONICS- ROBUST IP TRANSMISSION WITH NA8000
SENNHEISER – ESFERA
ARDIS TECHNOLOGIES – DDP SUPERIOR SHARED STORAGE SOLUTION
SYSTEM AUTOMATION & CONTROL
VIDIGO – STUDIO AUTOMATION
PLAYOUT & DELIVERY SYSTEMS
ELEMENTAL TECHNOLOGIES – ELEMENTAL VIDEO DELIVERY PLATFORM
TEST, QUALITY CONTROL & MONITORING
CUBE-TEC – MXF-LEGALIZER
CAMBRIDGE IMAGING SYSTEMS – IMAGEN
Peter White, Chief Executive, IABM says: “ The competition was really strong for 2014 and we would like to congratulate all of the winners on their success. The awards have additional categories this year to reflect the changes the industry is going through, and we were delighted to receive such an exceptionally high standard of entries, signifying the amazing level of talent and creativity in our industry today. We made around 120 judging decisions in total, resulting in these prestigious awards being given to the most deserving winners.”
The winning entries were judged and awarded by a panel of 22 independent specialists chaired by John Ive, Director of Business Development and Technology, IABM.
The nine winners will be put forward for the IABM’s prestigious Peter Wayne Award to be announced at the IABM Annual International Business Conference in December.