It’s smarter. It’s safer. It’s VO.
The television and media environments are undergoing significant change. TV Everywhere has become a pervasive part of consumers’ everyday lives, with global OTT video revenues expected to reach $65 billion by 2021, according to Digital TV Research. Virtual reality has emerged as a game-changer for both live and on-demand video, and personalization of the TV experience is in high demand by viewers. In order to capitalize on new monetization opportunities, pay-TV operators must maximize the television experience through TV business analytics, which can be used to build relevant TV services. At the 2018 NAB Show, Viaccess-Orca (VO) will showcase its latest solutions in content protection, data analytics, and immersive video experiences that help shape a smarter and safer digital TV and OTT experience.
Meet us and discover our latest solutions at the French Pavilion, booth SU4517: https://www.viaccess-orca.com/what-s-new/events/nab-2018
VO will demonstrate advanced analytics and monetization capabilities for its end-to-end, cloud-based TV Platform as a Service (TVaaS) at the 2018 NAB Show. Key highlights include:
Virtual Arena Solution
With its Virtual Arena solution, VO offers the most comprehensive suite of technologies for premium service providers to deploy and manage immersive video experiences on multiple devices, including Virtual Reality (VR) devices. Leveraging the robust VO Player playback infrastructure, Virtual Arena customers can deliver both live and on-demand
360-Degree Immersive Virtual Reality Video Experience From Viaccess-Orca
Secure Video Player — VO Player
With piracy being a major issue in today’s connected world, VO Player will be a key highlight at the 2018 NAB Show. The multi-platform secure video player includes multi-DRM for premium VOD and
Hear Us at NAB Show 2018
VO’s Executive Vice President Innovation Alain Nochimowski will present at the 2018 NAB Show BEITC on “Using Analytics to Increase Broadcast Monetization.” The presentation will take place from 2:30 to 2:50 p.m. on Monday, April 9 in room N256 of the Las Vegas Convention Center. During the session, attendees will learn innovative approaches to analyzing data in the broadcast world and gain a better understanding