Vizrt’s Viz Libero fortified by AWS a game-changer in sports analysis

Vizrt has announced the successful completion of the Amazon Web Services (AWS) Foundational Technical Review (FTR) process for its flagship sports analysis product, Viz Libero. Ulrich Voigt, Global Head of Product Management, Vizrt, said, “This milestone isn’t just a technical triumph, but is a leap forward in addressing the needs of our sports analysis content creators globally.”

He added. “Our customers can trust that Viz Libero, fortified by AWS, is a game-changer. We’re ensuring that technology can be brought into the cloud securely, and showcasing our commitment to innovation, and to providing solutions that meet the needs of those at the forefront of sports production in the cloud.”

Viz Libero is trusted by some of the biggest names in sports content creation, including the Union of European Football Associations (UEFA) and the National Football League (NFL), to create engaging analysis for any sport. Its efficient interface and artificial intelligence (AI) features simplify and accelerate the process of generating data-rich analysis clips, giving operators tremendous speed when creating analysis both during the game and for post-match analysis.

Additionally, users can heighten the fan experience with photo-realistic virtual 3D camera flights, powered by Viz AI, that surpass the limits of stadium cameras.

This development is in line with more content creators embracing the cloud, as it simplifies operations and workflows, cuts down infrastructure costs, and supports remote and hybrid work.

Hosting Viz Libero in the cloud, said Vizrt, steps up the game with scalability, connectivity and redundancy beyond what traditional on-premise solutions can provide.

“The FTR badge grants Viz Libero access to AWS’s expansive cloud ecosystem. For broadcasters and content creators, this recognition is more than just a badge. It is added assurance that the world’s leading sports analysis platform can now be securely accessed via the cloud and scaled according to user needs,” Voigt added.

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