The Proceedings of the IEEE publishes Leonardo’s paper Multimedia standards: interfaces to innovation in the Institute’s Centennial Year of Publication
Leonardo runs the “MPEG 100 event” to celebrate the 100th MPEG meeting and a close to a quarter of century of activity dedicated to digital media standards.
The event saw the participation of
- Rob Steele (Secretary General, ISO)
- Frank Kitzantides (SMB Past Chairman, IEC)
- Malcolm Johnson (Director, ITU-T)
- Francis Gurry (Director General, WIPO)
- Karen Higginbottom (Chairman, JTC 1)
- Kotaro Asai (Chairman, SC 29).
Leonardo closes the 34th DMP General Assembly. GA34 issues a Call for Proposals on Implementation of OCTV Specification.
Leonardo speaks at XII Infopoverty World Conference on “Asset creation via distributed teams – The MPEG experience”.
Leonardo gives a speech at Prof. Tanimoto Masayuki’s “Last lecture” at Nagoya University.
CEDEO exhibits its products and services at CeBIT. In particular its brand new DASH video streaming from http://test.wim.tv/.
Leonardo closes the 33rd DMP General Assembly. DMP has decided to accelerate the development of OCTV by asking interested parties to submit proposals of OCTV implementations. DMP will fund a selected development
Leonardo delivers a keynote speech on “Standards for Management and Protection of Content Rights” at the International Copyright Technology Conference 2011.
Springer USA has published the book The MPEG Representation of Digital Media edited by
The IEEE has published the paper Multimedia Service Platform Technologies by Sergio Matone (CEDEO), Panos Kudumakis and Mark Sandler (QMUL) and Xin Wang (Huawei). The paper introduces the emerging MPEG-M standard and wim.tv that is based on that standard.