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Control your content in the digital market place

ARDITO and The Copyright Hub

Friday, September 22, 2017 from 10:00 AM to 2:30 PM (CEST)

Control your content in the digital market place

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The EU co-funded ARDITO project was launched in January 2017 and aims to connect content across the internet with rights management information with the goal of creating a true digital market place for copyright protected content.

Building on the work of the Linked Content Coalition (LCC) and the EU co-funded Rights Data Integration (RDI) project (http://www.linkedcontentcoalition.org ; http://www.rdi-project.org), ARDITO implements ready to use components of a Rights Data Network (RDN) through optimising a range of content identification technologies and integrating them into the Copyright Hub ecosystem,

With the ARDITO tools now being developed, users can find out about permissions directly from content they have discovered. They can do this wherever content is discovered on the Internet because ARDITO is using identifiers that cannot be stripped; watermarks and digital fingerprinting technologies. The organisations participating in ARDITO’s technical workstreams are the Copyright Hub, ALBUM, Icontact, mEDRA and bcom.

This workshop is a chance for innovative content providers and organisations to

(i)                 Find out about the project and the technologies used

(ii)               Understand how this will support monetizing the re-use of creative content on the Internet.

(iii)             Most importantly this workshop gives an opportunity for your organisation to test and feedback on the ARDITO tools with little or no technical input.

AGENDA

9.30 Arrival and coffee

10.00 Welcome and Introduction (Caroline Boyd, COO, The Copyright Hub)

10.15 - Talk: The importance of the Digital Single Market and the benefits for SMEs (Richard Hooper, Hon. President, The Copyright Hub)

10.45 – Panel: ARDITO, a practical implementation to support the DSM - linking content to permissions. Speakers: Project partners from The Copyright Hub, Album Sergi Griñó (CEO), bcom Gaëtan Le Guelvouit(Manager of the DigitalTrust & Identity Lab)

11.15 - Talk: A current implementation. Discussing the business model: Abbie Enock (CEO), Capture

11.30 - Breakout workgroups & Coffee:

Workgroup topics are:

-          Building value in the market. Focus on the cultural sector (Sarah Saunders, Director, Electric Lane)

-          Image identifiers & metadata. Discoverability (Sergi Griñó, CEO, Album)

-          Images and assets in journals and publications (Jo Burges, Director, i-Publishing)

-          Identifiers, watermarks and video recognition (Raymond Drewry, VP EMEA Operations & Principal Scientist, MovieLabs)

12.45 - Lunch

13.45 - Reports from workgroups

14.15 - Next Actions & follow up

14.30 - Close main meeting

Refreshments will be available after the meeting and there will be opportunities for formal and informal meetings until 17.00





 

FAQs

 

How can I contact the organizer with any questions?

Direct any quesitons to caroline@copyrighthub.org

 

Is my registration fee or ticket transferrable?

Yes it is

 

Is it ok if the name on my ticket or registration doesn't match the person who attends?

Yes it is

 

Have questions about Control your content in the digital market place ? Contact ARDITO and The Copyright Hub

When & Where


Cor23
Carrer d'En Cortines, 23,
08003 Barcelona
Spain

Friday, September 22, 2017 from 10:00 AM to 2:30 PM (CEST)


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ARDITO and The Copyright Hub

The ARDITO project is EU funded. Partners are ALBUM, Icontact, mEDRA, bcom, The Copyright Hub Foundation and Europe Analytica

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