Speechmatics will be attending this years’ IBC Exhibition from 14-18 September in Amsterdam. IBC is the world’s most influential media, entertainment & technology show, showcasing cutting-edge technologies built for the media and broadcast industry.
The IBC Exhibition draws over 57,000 attendees from 170 countries into 15 categorised halls whereby 1,700 companies have the opportunity to demonstrate their pioneering technologies, whilst discovering the latest trends in the media and broadcast market.
This year, Speechmatics has been working very hard to launch a new addition to its current speech-to-text offering in time for IBC, extending the Custom Dictionary feature and providing even greater granularity, accuracy and personalisation of transcriptions for media and broadcast companies.
Ian Firth, VP Products at Speechmatics said “I am very excited for this years’ IBC Exhibition, both from a personal perspective to see all of the latest trends and technologies in the media and broadcast industry, and from a business perspective. Speechmatics has not one, but two announcements to share in the run-up to the show in September and I am confident that these will be well received by our current customers and indeed prospects at the show.”
Speechmatics will be partnering with Digital Anarchy (8.E17), Screen Systems Solutions (1.C49), Tedial Media IT (8.B41) and Broadcast Bionics (8.D71) at IBC this year. Why not check out their exciting new product releases to see how our speech recognition technology can be integrated to provide real business value?
Speechmatics is exhibiting as part of the ‘Technology is Great’ Department for International Trade which is organised by TradeFair.
Can’t wait for IBC to hear our announcements? Keep an eye on our social media channels to hear all of our latest updates and announcements first.
If you’re attending the IBC Exhibition this year, join us at our stand in Hall 8 stand E17, Friday through to Tuesday to see our latest cutting-edge speech recognition technology and features in action!
Ben Leaman, Speechmatics