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Actus revolutionises content research with AI-driven audio/video analysis

Actus Digital, a provider of Intelligent Monitoring Platforms, will be highlighting Actus AI at BroadcastAsia 2024.

By leveraging Actus’ recording, monitoring, and clipping capabilities with its advanced AI processes (such as transcription, translation, summarisation, key topics, sentiment detection, facial recognition, and more), Actus AI will provide valuable content insights automatically, making the process more efficient, accurate and most importantly quick — often saving hours or even days between content collection and receiving the analysis results.

Actus’ Intelligent Monitoring Platform provides enhancements and solutions so diverse that different customer types can each tailor the solution to his or her specific needs. This includes broadcast engineers seeking comprehensive compliance logging and technical monitoring capabilities enhanced by the updated Actus MV. 

In addition, digital media producers benefit from an advanced, cost-effective, and user-friendly clipping workflow for social media, as well as over-the-top (OTT)/video-on-demand (VoD) content creation.

Moreover, governments and news agencies gain access to advanced AI options with Actus AI-driven Media Insight for streamlined topic search, alerts on relevant news mentions, and the ability to search in any language. Media regulators will be able to find robust tools to ensure broadcasters adhere to regulatory standards with immediate notifications of any issues.

Also, on display at booth 6G2-04 is Actus MV, a dynamic multiviewer and interactive penalty box, which supports any number of layouts along with any number of viewing heads, all from a software and browser-based solution that easily provides local monitoring and centralised network operations centre (NOC)/tactical operations centre (TOC) viewing from anywhere.

BroadcastAsia 2024 is taking place from May 29 – 31 at the Singapore Expo convention centre.

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