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NOA to Present Video Archiving Solutions at Amsterdams FIAT IFTA Conference Posted: 14/10/2014
NOA to Present Video Archiving Solutions at Amsterdams FIAT IFTA Conference

NOA will attend the International Federation of Television Archives conference in Amsterdam (October 22-25) to present its range of video archiving solutions.

The conference, which brings together archiving practitioners from around the world, provides a forum for networking and the exchange of ideas, and for its debut appearance at IFTA, NOA will demonstrate its recent innovations for video archiving, including MediArc for Web, FrameLector, and VideoScanner.

Tags: *NOA | *FIAT | *IFTA | *Archiving | *Audio | *Video | *MediArc | *VideoScanner | *Semantic | *Linking
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Pilat Media Unveils New Semantic Layer Driving Enhanced Reporting Capabilities in IBMS:Adapt Posted: 27/03/2014
Pilat Media Unveils New Semantic Layer Driving Enhanced Reporting Capabilities in IBMS:Adapt

Pilat Media has enhanced its IBMS:Adapt customization toolkit with a new semantic layer that lays the foundation for simplified connectivity with the rich Integrated Broadcast Management System (IBMS) database. The first application of the semantic layer is a new custom reporting server that includes tools and utilities to simplify the process of generating reports and enhance their effectiveness for business management users. 

Tags: Pilat Media | NAB | IBMS:Adapt | Semantic Layer | Reporting | NAB 2014
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IPV Harnesses Semantic Web Technology to Boost Practical Production Workflows Posted: 20/08/2012
IPV Harnesses Semantic Web Technology to Boost Practical Production Workflows

(IBC 2012 - Booth no. 8:B59) At IBC 2012, IPV, a global leader in Media Asset Management and largest independent supplier of low bitrate, frame-accurate video technology to the broadcast and professional video sectors, will launch new software tools designed to significantly boost productivity and creativity in live and fast turnaround production environments.  The new tools, including extensions to the established Curator and Teragator products, provide tight links to editing systems as well as comprehensive support for service oriented architectures (SOA).

Tags: IPV | Media Asset Management | MAM | live production | fast trunaround | Curator | Teragator | process engine | metadata central | semantic web | SOA | workflow automation | IBC 2012 | IBC 2012
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