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TVU unveils AI-driven live video platform

TVU Networks will showcase a sweep of live video solutions, including the AI-driven TVU MediaMind Platform, at this year’s IBC Show.

The core of the MediaMind Platform is TVU’s metadata-driven workflow engine. Combining real-time speech, object and face recognition with TVU’s real-time search engine, users are able to find the video assets most relevant to the story which they are covering.

With its open API, TVU MediaMind Platform is able to integrate with many solutions from its partners, including Panasonic and Associated Press ENPS. As part of the newly formed Enabled Media Symposium, TVU has collaborated with a group of major industry vendors and broadcasters to further the AI application in video production process.

The TVU IBC 2018 booth is designed to showcase the company’s capabilities in the following areas:

Get: Demonstrating intelligent media acquisition. Products on show include: the field transmitter TVU One, which supports HEVC and utilises TVU’s patented Inverse IS+ (StatMux Plus) transmission algorithm to transmit HD quality video with half-second latency; the TVU MLink cellular 3G/4G LTE, satellite and microwave live video uplink transmitter; the TVU Router, and the TVU Anywhere mobile app, to contribute content using a smartphone with turbo-boosted connectivity through bonding Wifi and cellular.

Make: Solutions include cloud-based and remote production demonstrations featuring TVU Producer, a cloud-based live event production system that minimises the complexity and cost of covering live video events from any location and the TVU Remote Production System, capable of synchronising up to 6 HD SDI signals over the standard internet without any OB vans, ideal for second and third football leagues tournaments.

Share: This section of the TVU IBC stand shows how to stream, distribute and monetise video through its innovative video marketplace, TVU Grid, that enables broadcasters to acquire live video from different sources and seamlessly distribute it to thousand Grid-enabled locations, as exemplified by major US broadcast networks such as CNN, which uses TVU Grid to make live video accessible to selected TV station partners.