The IABM Design and Innovation Awards brought joy to the teams behind ten outstanding products.
Opening the celebrations, IABM CEO Peter White said: “We had an amazing amount of entries. There is a lot of new innovation, particularly in the new media areas.
“We are seeing some very creative people joining the engineering side,” he said.
The winner in acquisition and production was Shotover for Shotover U1. Sony’s Media Backbone Hive won the storage prize, and the services prize went to Harmonic for its VOS 360 professional cloud media processing service.
Cedar Audio took the audio prize with the DNS 2 dialogue noise suppressor, and then Imagen won the content and communications infrastructure category with its Imagen global distribution network.
Elemental Technologies won the playout and delivery systems award for its live channel playout solution.VizRT’s big attraction Viz Story won the post production category, and Hexaglobe took the system automation and control prize with Advanced Replay 2.
The VB440-V virtual probe from Bridge Technologies won the test, QC and monitoring award, and lastly Aspera took the product, event or alternative product/service honours with its Base Media Cloud workflows initiative.