30 June, 2009, Queen Mary University London, UK
Details will appear soon at the MXM Web site under http://mxm.wg11.sc29.org/.
The purpose of this event is to share with the software developers community the state of the art and the prospects of the MPEG Extensible Middleware (MXM), a standard designed to promote the extended use of digital media content through increased interoperability and accelerated development of components, solutions and applications.
The MXM standard will promote the creation of a global market of applications, devices, and MXM components. As a result, we expect that innovative business models will be easily deployed.
The MXM developers day is particularly targeted to people:
— doing research and development of digital media architectures
— developing digital media applications and services
— developing digital media middleware
— interested in new opportunities in digital media
— developing and distributing open source software
Date & Venue
Tuesday, 30 June 2009, 9:00 – 13:00
Room 328, Francis Bancroft Building, Queen Mary University of London, Mile End Road, London E1 4NS
Session 1 (09:00-09:45): Opening, Chair: Panos Kudumakis
The MXM Vision, Leonardo Chiariglione
Session 2 (09:45-11:15): MXM Overview, Chair: Christian Timmerer
MXM Architecture, Filippo Chiariglione
MXM API, Marius Preda
Coffee Break (11:15-11:45)
Session 3 (11:45-13:00): Software Development
MXM Reference Software
Selected MXM Applications
The event is free of charge but possible attendees shall register to this event via the MXM Web Site at http://mxm.wg11.sc29.org/.
- Filippo Chiariglione
CEDEO.net, Italy, filippo(at)cedeo(dot)net
- Panos Kudumakis
Queen Mary University, London, UK, panos(dot)kudumakis(at)elec(dot)qmul(dot)ac(dot)uk
- Marius Preda
Institut TELECOM, France, Marius(dot)Preda(at)it-sudparis(dot)eu
- Christian Timmerer
Klagenfurt University, Austria, christian(dot)timmerer(at)itec(dot)uni-klu(dot)ac(dot)at