Video-MOS has been awarded the II Impulsa RTVE Sandbox on Contents Monitoring

Video-MOS has been awarded the II Impulsa RTVE Sandbox on Contents Monitoring

Monday, April 26th of 2021

RTVE, The Spanish National Radio and TV Corporation, under the second “RTVE Impulsa” Sandbox Program on “Audiovisual Contents Monitoring” topic of this year 2021, has selected Video-MOS as the winner to deliver its offering selected from the different company proposals.

Video-MOS will work jointly with RTVE Technical staff during the next three months to show and demonstrate the potential and benefits for RTVE of using its state of the art solution. The Video-MOS solution is a SaaS automated tool (probe) that can be deploy on any video content (streaming of file) to monitor on real time, 7x24h, the Quality of Experience of the video contents viewer. It ́s hardware agnostic, based on an Artificial Intelligent development conducted by the company during the last years.

Impulsa RTVE is an initiative of the Corporation Radiotelevisión Española that hosts initiatives to support Innovation and Entrepreneurship and whose main objective is to contribute to the development and competitiveness of the audio-visual sector in general, and that of RTVE, in particular.

About Video-MOS

Video-MOS is the leading company in the measurement of MOS for monitoring the user experience of audio-visual content (Quality of Experience of the viewer).
Its model based on software probes deployable on any content (either streaming or on a file) provides the broadcaster, TV Station, content producer and/or aggregator, video platform, advertiser, etc., a real time interface to monitor your content.

It is a complementary solution to the usual solutions, mostly based on hardware, for the simple measurement of signal quality (Quality of Service). In this way, it allows monitoring in real time 7x24h, the totality of the video channels of the content operators automatically, ensuring the knowledge of the circumstances in which even with a correct signal quality, the viewer experiences a poor Quality of Experience (eg. pixelated, bluring, etc).

 

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