June 5, 1999Arcosanti community synergy to install East Crescent electrical line. Will, George,Dario spool out electrical cabling into the EastCrescent heat duct tunnel, as David, Paul, and Herb lube and feed cablinginto pipe. At the other end of the tunnel (not pictured), Sparks, Mike, and Roboperate the winch that is pulling the cabling.
Sky Deutschland has chosen Yospace’s dynamic ad insertion platform to make money from live channels on its Sky Go mobile TV service.Yospace’s technology will allow addressable advertising to be served across Sky Deutschland’s live sports streams, including The Bundesliga and UEFA Champions League. Ad stitching will enable it to replicate the experience of linear TV, according to Yospace.Yospace said that its platform has been proved to be robust enough to support huge audiences on a regular basis, across a full season of top tier football coverage.Boris Haug, vice-president product, brand solutions and operations at Sky’s commercial arm Sky Media, said: “Dynamic Ad Insertion empowers us to monetize Sky Go reach, that isn’t considered in linear TV AGF ratings, but represents a growing part of the total reach of Sky live sports events. Besides, it offers targeting opportunities and exact measurement that is far more sophisticated compared to TV. Yospace happens to be an innovative technology partner that can even handle peaks like Bayern Munich vs. Borussia Dortmund reliably.”Tim Sewell, CEO of Yospace, said: “This announcement marks an expansion of Yospace’s involvement with Sky, having worked with Sky in the UK since 2015. We are delighted to be adding Sky Deutschland to our growing list of major broadcast customers around the globe. It’s fantastic that Yospace is recognised, yet again, as the world’s leading provider of dynamic ad insertion technology.”
Technology company Access has named Neale Foster as CEO of Access Europe and a member of the company’s board.Dr Neale FosterFoster will be responsible for driving the company’s strategy and realising Access’ ambition to offer best in class experiences in and out of the home – including in connected cars and devices by leveraging the Internet of Things.Foster joined Access Europe in 2009 as VP of global sales. He was previously VP of channel sales and business development at Espial and market development manager at WindRiver.“From building and launching the world’s first mobile browser to supporting the delivery of a multiscreen service to 100 million consumers in India and developing new use cases in the connected car, Access has always been at the forefront of the connected entertainment industry,” said Foster.“With 1.5 billion devices supporting our solutions today, we are in a unique position as all the moving pieces are coming together to enable content to be delivered to any device over any network. I’m looking forward showcasing Access’ pioneering spirit and ability to turn futuristic concepts into reality.”