TiVo Corporation has announced that it will be presenting a peer-reviewed technical paper at the IBC conference in Amsterdam, to be held between 13 17 September 2018. The session to be held at Room E102 on Saturday 15 September 2018 at 14:15 CEST is titled: Tech Talks: I want it my way beyond […]
TiVo Corporation has announced that it will be presenting a peer-reviewed technical paper at the IBC conference in Amsterdam, to be held between 13 17 September 2018.
The session to be held at Room E102 on Saturday 15 September 2018 at 14:15 CEST is titled: Tech Talks: I want it my way beyond a veneer of personalisation. The speaker is Lijin Chungapalli, Senior Software Engineer, Metadata Engineering Group at TiVo.
The presentation will demonstrate how machine-learning can be effectively used to ensure content is meaningfully discovered through minimal effort.
Commenting on the topic, Samuel Sweet, Senior Vice President, EMEA sales at TiVo, said: Too much choice is leaving todays viewers feeling lost and is resulting in them switching away prematurely. This is an ongoing struggle for content providers, and TiVo is dedicated to finding new ways that enable them to create personalized video discovery experiences that improves customer satisfaction and increases loyalty.
TiVo will be exhibiting its suite of products on stand A31 in Hall 5 at IBC, where visitors can see demonstrations of TiVos range of operator solutions in the technology areas of user experience, metadata and personalised content discovery.
This will include TiVos Next-Gen Platform, recently selected by TDS Telecommunications, the seventh largest local exchange telephone company in the U.S., and the latest TiVo Experience 4 which is being deployed by operators such as RCN Telecom Services, Atlantic Broadband and Service Electric.
The TiVo Next-Gen Platform combines all the elements of TiVos advanced content discovery services to enable operators to drive customer loyalty by bringing features and IPTV services to managed set-top-boxes (i.e., Linux and Android TV), unmanaged bring-your-own devices (i.e., Apple TV and Amazon Fire), mobile and web.
Also on show will be TiVos Cubi Solutions, Personalised Content Discovery including the latest developments in TiVo Conversation and TiVos Entertainment Metadata.
The company also announced that it has been shortlisted for annual CSI Awards, which recognises excellence and achievement in the broadcast, video, OTT and IoT sectors. TiVo is shortlisted in the category of Best interactive TV technology or application for its Conversation Services, which simplifies the entertainment experience with free-flowing conversational search. The award winners will be announced during IBC, on Friday 14 September.