Broadcast-Broadband Convergence B²C Lab Celebrates Latest Advancements in Broadcast Technology at their Open House
Television Broadcast technology is headed into a new era—as demonstrated by the presenters at the Broadcast-Broadband Convergence B²C Lab Open House.
The Open House held on May 11 and May 12, 2023, at the Barrett Centre for Technology Innovation (Barrett CTI), Humber College, Toronto, explored multi-sectoral applications of the new ATSC 3.0 television broadcast standard.
Humber Awarded $4.5 Million In Grant To Research Next Generation Broadcast Technology ATSC 3.0
Originally appeared in Humber Today
Humber College will establish the first ATSC 3.0 Living Lab in Canada at its North Campus with help from $2 million in grant funding from the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada (NSERC) and $2.5 million funding from Canada Foundation for Innovation (CFI)*. Humber is contributing $500,000 to the project.
Humber develops Canada’s first Broadcast-Broadband Convergence B²C Lab
Originally appeared in Broadcast Dialogue
Humber College is leading development of the country’s first Broadcast-Broadband ConvergenceB²C Lab exploring multi-sectoral data delivery applications enabled by the new Advanced Television Systems Committee (ATSC) 3.0 television broadcast standard, set to replace the current ATSC 1.0 standard in North America.
Humber Institute Taps Triveni for Canada’s First ATSC 3.0 Test Bed
Originally appeared in TV Technology Website
The Humber Institute of Technology and Advanced Learning, the largest college in Canada, has established the first ATSC 3.0 living lab and test bed in the country using an end-to-end solution from Triveni Digital, including the SkyScraper XM ATSC 3.0 Datacasting System.
Broadcast-Broadband Convergence B²C Lab collaborates with the Faculty of Media and Creative Arts for a Filming Project to create Visual and Audio Test Sequences
Humber College is leading the way towards the development of Canada’s first Broadcast-Broadband Convergence B2C Lab to explore multisectoral data delivery applications enabled by the new Advanced Television Systems Committee (ATSC) 3.0 television broadcast standard, set to replace the current ATSC 1.0 standard in North America.