Infosys is providing its artificial intelligence highlights solution for a number of broadcasters covering this year’s French Open at Roland Garros.
The solution enables broadcasters to resize videos with AI and produce ready-to-publish clips for different social platforms that require specific aspect ratios.
The company’s AI-Assisted Journalism solution has been updated to include additional filters for generating insights and graphics.
Infosys is also providing the event’s mobile app with an immersive 3D format with data-driven courtside views, while the Match Centre in the app includes a mobile-first data visualisation experience.
Amélie Oudéa-Castera, CEO of French Tennis Federation (FFT), said, “This is our second year impacted by the challenges of the pandemic and social distancing, but partnering with Infosys we have set a gold standard for other sporting organisations navigating a disrupted season, and looking to bridge the gap between players, coaches and fans across the world.
“The innovations we have created are leading the way in establishing a long-term immersive and digital standard for sporting tournaments.”