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A look at challenges and opportunities (not least the 3D experience)

A session at CSI Summit: Virtual Reality

Thursday 20th October, 2016

9:35am to 9:55am (GMT)

As of January 2016, Ludovic is the Hypermedia director of b-com, he joined the organisation in August 2014, as Intellectual Property Director, in charge of managing the value for the technological assets developed by the Institute. Ludovic is also involved into the management of standardisation activities. In 2012, he was appointed Senior Director, Principal Architect for the Broadcast business unit of Dolby Laboratories, in charge of technology strategy and planning. He has been a significant contributor to Dolby’s innovation areas over the recent years. Throughout his career, he has developed a strong experience with world class team management, standardisation and intellectual property. He joined Dolby Laboratories Inc in 2010 in San Francisco as a Senior Director, in charge of technology consistency for new video initiatives under incubation and maturation. Prior to this, he was responsible for the Video Compression R&D lab at Orange Labs in 2006. He previously joined France Telecom in 2004 as an IPTV architect where he managed the technical aspects for the introduction of high definition into the Orange IPTV service. Up until 2004, he worked advancing and delivering technologies for digital TV broadcast, first for the US markets and then European ones. Ludovic Noblet started his career in 1992 at the Thomson Electronics Research Labs and, in 2001, he took part into the very first IPTV and mobile TV projects.

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Date Thu 20th October 2016

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