This project, which is part of ambitious innovation programs driven by the enterprise for the past 20 years, aims to connect production and operation channels of data and content, in order to better serve the operators and improve its user experience.
Steny Solitude, CEO and Founder of PERFECT MEMORY, specifies: “With our key challenge of putting data at the heart of the new audiovisual asset management system, this platform enables us to strengthen the strategic needs of traceability and simplification of access to all the steps of the document life-cycle: from its production, to broadcasting “On Air” and on the Internet, and until its archiving.»
RAFFINÉ™, the innovative offer of PERFECT MEMORY, a cloud-powered semantic data management platform (S-DMP), capable of automatically reconciling every type of data source (internal and external), every data format (text, image, audio, video), and every data type (structured or non-structured). The platform can be deployed as a standalone application or integrated with existing solutions (DAM, MAM, GED).
The technical team in charge of the project at RTL Belgium, composed notably of Thierry Piette, Thomas Matelart, Antoine Pichault and Frédéric Bochart, unanimously states: “The main reason for choosing Perfect Memory resides essentially in the capacity of its solution to reveal the entire value of available content, presenting to users in a suggestive format, which brings them to navigate by suggestion of concepts. This approach allows use to open the search field to producers, who would not have necessarily searched for the content which had been suggested by the software. Furthermore, PERFECT MEMORY was presented to RTL Belgium as a Technology partner, whose objective is to build an evolutionary, high-performing, agile, interoperable solution geared towards the future.”
Let us remember that PERFECT MEMORY, in the advent of IBC 2016, will celebrate 6 years of development and intensive structuring, and already owns an asset of prestigious references in the Broadcasting, Media and Audiovisual World, such as: Radio France, Belgavox, and TV France International.
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For the fourth consecutive year, Perfect Memory will attend the International Broadcasting Convention. This is the top #1 annual event for professionals engaged in the creation, management and delivery of entertainment and news content worldwide. It takes places at the RAI Amsterdam from the 9th to the 13th September 2016. Attracting 50,000+ attendees from more than 170 countries each year, IBC combines a highly respected and peer-reviewed conference with an exhibition that exhibits more than 1,400 leading suppliers of state of the art electronic media technology and provides unrivalled networking opportunities.
In 2013 Perfect Memory walked out with two awards : IBC Award for Content Management and IBC Award for technology “What Caught My Eyes Looking For Blue Sky”. In September Perfect Memory comes back in Amsterdam to unveil its new partnerships.
We delivery to the broadcasters the best of Big Data, MAMs and Semantic Web to increase their revenue with rich and captive products catalogs.
Meets us at the 8D82d booth in the Hall 8 for a tailor-cut demo. You can download here the IBC Floorplan.
More informations are available on the IBC website.
As Gary Marcus says in the New York Times:
“Big Data is suddenly everywhere, everyone seems to be collecting it, analyzing it, making money from it and celebrating its powers”
But first of all, what is Big Data ?
According to Avita Katal, Big data is defined as large amount of data which requires new technologies and architectures so that it becomes possible to extract value from it by capturing and analysis process. Due to such large size of data it becomes very difficult to perform effective analysis using the existing traditional techniques. Big data due to its various properties like volume, velocity, variety, variability, value and complexity put forward many challenges.
Few statistics : according to CISCO, in 2013 Internet Communications weighed 667 exabytes. On the other hand, through Social Media, we produce more than 12 terabytes of data each day.
Then what challenge does the Big Data rise ?
Dr. Timo Hannay empathizes three key points :
“first we have to understand that information is power, data is the new oil; on the second hand we must teach and train data professionnals (Data Mining Engineer, Chief Data Officier,…) and last but not least we have to design new tools to handle Big Data issues.”
During the CES, check out our booth (81241) for a personal demo.