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LeadersIn Video Congress
Budgets aren’t endless but technologies disrupting the distribution market seem to be. Operators, Broadcasters and OTTs have so much to choose from, what do you pick? This interactive session will place 5 major technology pioneers under the spotlight and will question why now and in the future their solutions are the most business critical to those who hold the budget.
As viewing behavior evolves, TV providers are in the midst of reimagining and reinventing the experiences they deliver to subscribers. The ultimate goal? Making it frictionless for users to find and consume the content they want in order maximize engagement with their platforms and services. Critical to the providers' efforts are advanced search and discovery, personalized recommendations, visually-rich UIs and voice navigation which connect their users to the limitless amounts of compelling TV, movie, sports and music content available to them.
This one-on-one conversation will explore how big data underpins next-generation digital media experiences and the roles AI/machine learning and computer vision play in enabling entirely new and highly personalized UX of the future.
Connected Entertainment Hub
Quality of Service - Congress
In this session, the audience will learn about the different methodologies to collect Quality of Experience data. QoE may be inferred from user-activity data (ie software agent), but directly collecting QoE measures (ie active robots) enables further analysis by drilling down and rolling up relevant data. Analysis transforms QoE information into actionable knowledge of improvement areas so QA engineers and network operations teams can make wise decisions.
Quality of Experience - Congress