From the 31st of March till the 2ndof April, you will be able to find the projects MARCONI and HRADIO at Radiodays Europe in Lausanne. Radiodays Europe is born as a response to the needs of the European industry, public and private, to come together to discuss the new media challenges, across borders. It has since grown to become the most important annual conference for radio professionals. At the event, MARCON and HRADIO will have a joint booth at the exhibition and will also be presented during the conference.
IRIS2019, International Legal Informatics Symposium, is the biggest event on legal informatics (law and IT) in central Europe. It took place in February 2019 at the University of Salzburg, with University of Vienna as the main organiser. Already in its 22nd year, about 130 speakers presented the latest developments in their field, of which also the MARCONI consortium.
As of 2006, Flemish radio station Studio Brussels organises the yearly charity event Music for Life, as part of the “Warmest Week”. Studio Brussel calls on their listeners to set up a campaign for a cause that lies close to their hearts. Since 2015, these campaigners have their own app, which enables them to share their story and better connect with their radio station. Behind this app lies the technology of MARCONI. In this blog post, you can find an overview of what MARCONI contributed and piloted at Music for Life.
From the 24th till the 26th of January, the Salon de la Radio took place in Paris. The European radio show undoubtedly marks the middle of the radio season. During these three days, several presentations, lectures, meetings, workshops and demos celebrated radio in the historical building Grande Halle de la Villette. Together with HRADIO and FuturePulse, MARCONI organised a booth on the future of radio, showcasing different prototypes that support interaction with the listener.
Media Fast Forward is a yearly networking and inspiration event, organised by VRT, about the future of media. On the 14th of December, more than a 1000 media professionals, researchers, entrepreneurs and innovators gathered in Bozar, Brussels, to find inspiration, gain insights and network for future collaborations. Aside from a conference, there was an exhibition with over 40 startups and an innovation street, showcasing prototypes of various European projects. At the booth of MARCONI, you were able to see what happens at the controls as a radiomaker, part of the MARCONI prototype.
Together with our friends from the HRadio project and BBC R&D, MARCONI will organise the first workshop on Interactive Radio Experiences at the ACM International Conference for Interactive Experiences for Television and Online Video (TVX). The workshop invites short papers and industry presentations, and will include an interactive discussion session to identify future research challenges related to interactive radio experiences.
JOANNEUM RESEARCH co-organized the workshop titled "Compact Deep Neural Network Representation with Industrial Applications (CDNNRIA)" as part of the Conference on Neural Information Processing Systems. The workshop assembled more than 200 participants from academia and industry working on techniques and applications of efficient neural network-based learning. The workshop hosted invited talks with speakers from MIT, DeepMind, Intel, Qualcomm, NVIDIA and University of Amsterdam, oral and poster presentations and a panel discussion.
Are you an artist looking looking to collaborate with technology experts in your next project? Are you interested in exploring the future of radio? Until the 28th of November you can apply for a position as an artist in residence with the MARCONI project and receive a grant of up to 30 000€.
The WorldDAB General Assembly 2018 brought together more than 200 experts to discuss the future of DAB+ digital radio. The MARCONI project was represented there thanks to Pluxbox who had a booth at this event. It was an opportunity to show MARCONI demos and give hand outs to members of WorldDAB and DAB enthusiasts.