Welcome to the 4K-HDR SUMMIT
The 4K SUMMIT has become the main international meeting of professionals from the Ultra High Definition industry, both in the technology sector and the audiovisual content sector, with more than 20 countries represented by companies, speakers and attendees.
Its fourth edition will take place on November 7th, 8th and 9th in 2018, in Digital Content Hub of Málaga.
Top speakers such as the International Space Station Imagery Manager from NASA, Carlos Fontanot; the President of the UHD Alliance and VP Technology of Warner Bros., Michael Zink; or the producer of the Global Content Development Division of the public television corporation of Japan NHK, Hidenobu Miyazaki, have been some of the speakers in the past edition, together with Chief Engineers from SKY, EBU or EUROSPORT.
Check here the Review of the 4K SUMMIT 2017
NASAInternational Space Station Imagery Manager
Luis Miguel Gilpérez
TelefónicaPresident of Telefónica Spain
EBUHead of the unit on Media Fundamentals and Production technology
rtveDirector of Innovation, Technology and Systems
The 4KSummit gathered 300 professionals and 90 companies from 22 countries
The third edition of the 4KSummit, held from 8th to 10th November in Malaga, brought together more than 300 professionals, representing 100 companies from 22 countries, according to the data provided by Medina Media
Malaga will host the fourth edition of the 4KSummit from 7th to 9th November 2018
The third edition of the 4KSummit has come to an end at the Digital Content Hub of Malaga, certifying its success by announcing its fourth edition for next year, from 7th to 9th November 2018.
The evolution of Ultra High Definition is unstoppable
On the second day of the 4KSummit, which was at its maximum capacity, the current situation of Ultra High Definition, as well as the evolution path that it is expected to take, were put under analysis.
The 4KSummit shows the World the future of Ultra High Definition
The third edition of the 4K Summit has started at the Digital Contents Hub, which will become the World capital of Ultra High Definition until Friday.