Interra Systems will be showcasing its Baton ABR QC and Orion-OTT monitoring solutions, which are designed to perform QC checks and monitor video-on-demand (VoD) and live content from ingest to distribution points.
The company is confident that its solutions will deliver quality of experience (QoE) for every stream on every device as these solutions are able to carry out checks at pre- and post-transcode stages, along with “comprehensive, delivery-specific” checks and monitoring.
Particularly for the Orion-OTT, the solution is able to monitor large number of streams for adaptive bitrate (ABR) compliance along with audio-video quality checks. The solution suite also supports closed captions, ad verification and compliance, and digital rights management (DRM) on both Windows and Linux operating systems.
In addition, Interra Systems will be highlighting the Orion Central Manager, which allows users to have monitoring visibility by providing an aggregated view and status collected by Orion and Orion-OTT monitoring points.
The Orion Central Manager offers a view of linear and over-the-top (OTT) services, alerts and QoE information for each video, thus ensuring “fast and efficient” resolution of issues.
Completing Interra Systems’ demonstration at booth SU7605 is Winnow, an enhancement that encompasses the company’s innovation in artificial intelligence (AI) and machine-learning (ML) technologies.
Winnow has the ability to detect and tag specific scenes and images, such as violence and strong language, based on user-defined rules.
Designed as an ML-driven enhancement, Winnow can be integrated with Interra Systems’ Baton QC solution for users to deploy in both cloud and on-premises environments.