Awards & Memberships
Austrian Innovation Award 2017 & ECONOVIUS 2017
(March 28, 2017)
Bitmovin were declared the winner of the ECONOVIUS 2017 award and were also nominated for the prestigious Austrian National Innovation Award.
Living Standards Award 2017
(January 18, 2017)
Bitmovin received the Living Standard Award 2017 for its role in the development of the international standard ISO/IEC 23009, known as the MPEG-DASH standard, which enables an efficient and uninterrupted video transmission on the Internet.
KWF Innovation and Research Award of Carinthia 2016
(Nov 24, 2016)
Bitmovin won the KWF Innovation and Research Award of Carinthia 2016 for the most innovative middle sized company.
AWS Austrian Start Up Award Phönix 2016
(Nov 22, 2016)
Bitmovin won the AWS Austrian Phönix Award 2016 for the best research driven startup company (category: Spin Off).
2016 Streaming Media Readers’ Choice Awards
Bitmovin was named in the top 3 finalists of the 2016 Streaming Media Readers’ Choice Awards (category: Video Player Solution/SDK).
TOP 100 Companies that Matter Most in Online Video 2015
Bitmovin was named as one of the 100 most important companies in the online video industry in 2015. The selection was made by a panel of 9 Streaming Media experts.
TOP 100 Companies that Matter Most in Online Video 2014
Bitmovin was named as one of the 100 most important companies in the online video industry in 2014. The selection was made by a panel of 9 Streaming Media experts.
Streaming Media Reader Choice Award 2013
Bitmovin was a finalist at the Streaming Media Readers’ Choice Awards 2013. (category: MPEG-DASH Product)
Memberships & Contributions
Alliance for Open Media
The Alliance for Open Media is a project of the Joint Development Foundation, an independent non-profit organization that provides the corporate and legal infrastructure to enable groups to establish and operate standards and source code development collaborations. Launched in 2015, the Alliance for Open Media was formed to define and develop media technologies to address marketplace demand for an open standard for video compression and delivery over the web.
DASH Industry Forum
The DASH Industry Forum (DASH-IF) grew out of a grassroots DASH Promoters Group and was formally incorporated in September 2012. Today it has 67 members spread throughout the world. DASH-IF is filled with member companies who are realists about DASH deployment. The DASH-IF, representing all sectors of the streaming media ecosystem, is proactively and deterministically shaping the future and success of MPEG DASH.
The Moving Picture Experts Group (MPEG) is a working group of ISO/IEC in charge of the development of international standards for compression, decompression, processing, and coded representation of moving pictures, audio and their combination.
Participation is open to experts duly accredited by an appropriate National Standards Body. On average a meeting is attended by more than 400 experts from some 20 countries representing more than 200 companies spanning all industry domains with a stake in digital audio, video and multimedia.
VR Industry Forum
The Virtual Reality Industry Forum is composed of a broad range of participants from sectors including, but not limited to, the movie, television, broadcast, mobile, and interactive gaming ecosystems, comprising content creators, content distributors, consumer electronics manufacturers, professional equipment manufacturers and technology companies.