Satellite operator Eutelsat is the first partner to be onboard.
Media Distillery’s AI technology uses Deep Content Understanding to analyse audiovisual content in real-time and at unparalleled scale. By understanding what’s inside video, Media Distillery provides Next Generation Metadata, including faces, speech, topics, logos and text recognition.
Media Distillery built a state-of-the-art cloud-based AI solution, designed as one central platform that is easy to scale, ready to serve customers around the globe that can be live with Media Distillery AI products in no-time. Eutelsat is the first partner to be onboard on the new cloud platform.
Thanks to Media Distillery’s AI technology, the Eutelsat Cirrus platform has an excellent user experience in terms of replay capabilities. Using real-time analysis across multiple channels, EPG Correction from Media Distillery provides automatic adjustments to update the actual start and end time of television programmes as they are broadcast, so that users can navigate programmes to provide a more compelling user experience.
“We were looking for ways to be able to offer outstanding services to our customers”, says Bruno Cattan, Director of New Applications at Eutelsat.
“We are confident that our partnership with Media Distillery will bring us many essential products that we want to include on our Eutelsat Cirrus platform, to make sure our customers can offer the best possible viewing experience for catch-up and replay. Initially, Media Distillery’s AI solution enables us to offer accurate start times in our OTT platform on a large scale and in real-time, with a cloud platform that results in a short time to market.”
“Enabling TV players such as OTT services to provide enhanced services and superior user experience is essential for them to remain competitive,” says Roland Sars, the CEO of Media Distillery.
“And for the first time using our solution via a global cloud AI-based platform will allow Eutelsat to scale up their offer globally at a fast pace and unrivalled innovation level.”