JT-NM

WebFirst UHD Sport Analysis Scenario

The JT-NM WebFirst UHD Sports Scenario Analysis develops a set of user requirements based on introducing two potentially disruptive concepts to traditional broadcasting; two-way connectivity with the end consumer, and the introduction of Internet Technology and all that brings with it, including big data techniques, large-scale virtualization, and Artificial Intelligence (AI) technologies.

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Aiding in a smooth transition to networked-based technologies has always been a goal of the Joint EBU/SMPTE/VSF/AMWA Task Force on Networked Media. However, from the beginning it was known that enabling the creation of a simple “SDI-replacement using IP” was not sufficient. The JT-NM must look beyond current use cases if it is to produce output that is useful for the industry, even over the relatively short period of the next few years. For that reason, the JT-NM has produced this more forward-looking scenario, which seeks to lay out a set of functionalities and user requirements which will be required in the mid-term, say over the next two to five years. The JT-NM WebFirst UHD Sports Scenario Analysis develops a set of user requirements based on introducing two potentially disruptive concepts to traditional broadcasting; two-way connectivity with the end consumer, and the introduction of Internet Technology and all that brings with it, including big data techniques, large-scale virtualization, and Artificial Intelligence (AI) technologies.