From November 8 to 9, 2017 the exhibition for professionals in the audiovisual technology industry, the SATIS, will be held at the Docks of Saint Denis, in Paris.
For 33 years, SATIS has been an essential event for France's audiovisual community. Building on these many years of success, the SATIS show has included the "Screen4All Forum" for 4 years now. A “digital natives” event dedicated to innovative technologies, gathering professionals in the film, TV, and new screens industries.
Indeed, new kinds of audiovisual consumption are emerging: live streaming, virtual reality, 360° video, etc. In addition, the video format is expanding significantly on the Internet and its use is becoming increasingly common on on mobile phones.
The SATIS show is therefore the ideal place to create synergies between professionals in the audiovisual industry and the next generation of creators, experts, and trend-setters in different sectors: media, entertainment, corporate productions, and audio-visual integration.
Last but not least, don't miss the SATIS trophies, which reward the innovative products and services presented by the SATIS event exhibitors in three four categories (Production & Filming, Postproduction, Distribution & Screening, Service).
For more information on the practical details of the SATIS show, click here!
As an Authôt partner, Libcast has integrated our video captioning technology into its platform.
With its wide range of easy-to-use features, users can restrict access to their internal videos and adapt the white-label video player (graphical charter of their organization) without advertising.
Since June 2016 Libcast has been offering a live streaming service dedicated to professionals, easy to use and again without advertising.
On March 20, 2017, Libcast participated as a technical partner in a live conference between Thomas Pesquet, an astronaut at the International Space Station, and French students from around the world.
Libcast will therefore be present at the SATIS show 2017 as a major player in the French audiovisual industry.