SAN FRANCISCO, April 24, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Ahead of the National Association of Broadcasting (NAB) conference, IDENTV today announced the launch of the JUICER, a major breakthrough in automated indexing and search of vast amounts of video for broadcasting and television, an industry that is increasingly struggling to keep up in analyzing audiovisual content.
The core problem in exploiting visual data is a combination of the extremely large amounts that are produced daily and the time it takes to analyze these high-quality files, by either humans or computers.
"The colossal explosion of offline and online video content globally means that visual data is entering the Zettabyte Era (1 Zettabyte=1 trillion gigabytes). Text-based analytics solutions for video are increasingly becoming obsolete," points out Mohammad Shihadah, Chairman and CEO of IDENTV.
The JUICER, a video search engine powered by artificial intelligence, is part of the company's Intelligent Video Platform (IVP), which contains a powerful suite of content recognition technologies. Using computer vision and machine learning, the IVP can recognize any face, any object, or any brand or logo, and can even detect the context of an activity on a scene, such as a sports match. Users can search and access video elements instantaneously and retrieve powerful metadata.
IDENTV monitors and indexes thousands of ads in real-time, offered though its Video Analysis Service for TV and cable networks, and other large media and entertainment companies.
"Broadcasters and advertisers are facing a moment of truth. Either they find a way to analyze video in a consistently intelligent, comprehensive and scalable way, or nimbler players will simply leapfrog them by having a much deeper understanding of their video archives," added Shihadah.
IDENTV was recently selected as one of the Top 5 Artificial Intelligence companies in the DC area.
IDENTV leverages machine learning and artificial intelligence to transform the way the world searches and exploits massive video. With offices in San Francisco and Virginia, a global team of talented scientists and engineers, and clients in the Television, Media, and National Security domains, IDENTV is already recognized as an emerging leader in a rapidly growing market space.
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