The PULSE event provides BTS with the opportunity to fulfill our integral role of industry information sharing. Get vital industry questions answered by top experts during a three-day virtual event hosted by the IEEE Broadcast Technology Society.
This three-day virtual event will host top experts covering technologies that are currently challenging the broadcast industry.
Day 1 – ATSC 3 Single Frequency Networks and Virtualization, Session Chair S. Merrill Weiss, consultant in electronic media technology and technology management
Day 2 – Thermal Imaging theory and practical applications for broadcast engineering using drone technology
Session Chair Paul Shulins, BTS Vice President, President of Shulins’ Solutions, a radio and TV broadcast consulting firm based in Andover Massachusetts, specializing in remote control solutions, studio design and construction, antenna protection systems and ratings metrics
Day 3 – 5G Content Production, Session Chair Professor David Gomez-Barquero, Universitat de Valencia, Communications Department, iTEAM Research Institute- Mobile Communications Group
Similar to the IEEE Broadcast Symposium and our other industry offering, this virtual event will continue to provide attendees the opportunity to earn multiple Continuing Education Credits or Professional Development Hours. When registering for the technical sessions you will have the option to purchase CEUs or PDHs.
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