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Civolution: leaders in content identification, management and monetization at NAB

by david.nunes


Civolution to appear at NAB (booth # SU7923).


Civolution is the leading provider of technology and solutions for identifying, managing and monetizing media content. It offers an extensive portfolio of cutting-edge applications for digital watermarking and fingerprinting which enable media protection (content filtering and forensic marking of media assets in pre-release, digital cinema, PayTV and online), media interaction (accurate and real-time video synchronization for 2nd screen and SmartTVs) and media intelligence (audience measurement and media monitoring for television, radio and internet).


Civolution NAB highlights will include:

·         Demonstrations of its state-of-the-art Automatic Content Recognition (ACR) technology solutions

·         Launch of a new content protection solution

·         A new commercial deployments of its watermarking and fingerprinting solutions supporting exciting new advertising models

·         Protection of a major new professional video transport ecosystem.


Civolution’s state-of-the-art Automatic Content Recognition (ACR) technology solutions allow for advanced interactive media services that run on companion devices or connected TV platforms.

SyncNow – Smart Services is a server-side content identification and triggering service that provides real-time recognition of broadcast content such as advertisements, movies, TV series, and music. Civolution will also demonstrate how its watermarking and fingerprinting technologies that underpin  2nd screen applications. Civolution’s award-winning SyncNow – 2nd Screen solution enables identification and synchronization between broadcast, on-demand or recorded television content and interactive applications on companion devices (tablets, smart phones, laptops). Companies currently using SyncNow to provide second screen interactivity include Ex Machina, which is working on ‘The Voice of Holland’ and Germany’s ‘Next Topmodel’, Hyper TV, for Italy’s ‘X Factor’, and GoMiso, working on numerous American programmes including ‘Dexter’. In the UK broadcasters including Channel 4 have already begun investing in the technology. Alex Terpstra will also discuss how the watermarking and fingerprinting of content in a non-linear ecosystem enables content owners to manage and monetize their assets more easily.




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