The systems architect and integrator is using IBC2017 to showcase its work in digital-first newsroom workflow management, IP for broadcast, artificial intelligence, and cyber security.
The focus is on the services that it can provide to customers within these areas, something that it describes as “connecting advanced technology to game-changing platforms and business models”.
This encompasses media and technology consulting, systems integration and business support.
Having opened new offices in Denmark, Spain and France this year, Qvest is now able to provide local on-site support in those countries.
Daniel Url, MD, Qvest Media, said: “As a specialist in digitisation in the media sector, we have been playing an active role for many years, eager to develop innovative approaches that assist media companies in their digital transformation journey. The tremendous benefits of IP for broadcast will offer new opportunities for customer projects, infrastructures and system landscapes.”
Industry partners Wildmoka and Make.TV are co-exhibiting on the Qvest Media stand.