The French National Audiovisual Institute - INA @CABSAT 2019 / Booth F3-33 to showcase, for the first time in Dubai, its content and copyrights’ protection technology, INA-Signature

Rejula ARUN - 06/03/19

United Arab Emirates: 2019 - The French National Audiovisual Institute - INA will showcase at the CABSAT show in Dubai from March 12 to 14, 2019 – Booth F3-33, located in Hall 3 under the French pavilion.
For the first time in Dubai, in addition to its media and digital training catalogue & its consulting offers, INA will present INA-Signature, its owned-developed and industrialized content and copyrights protection tool, which has been honored with the prestigious Technology and Engineering Emmy Award on April 2018 during a ceremony at the Nab Show in Las Vegas.
Designed and developed by INA, the INA-Signature technology generates a digital fingerprint proper to each video sequence. This enables to detect content and its copies, even after the original sequence has been altered. Available now via the cloud, the INA-Signature technology is a viable solution for copy right holders and content share platforms that would like to control the publishing of videos protected by copy rights. The companies that develop new anti-piracy software can also benefit from this innovative solution that help to automatically detect the online use of video content including those that have digitally been altered.
The INA-Signature technology is currently being used by several big North American studios and sports leagues as well as video platforms such as Dailymotion. Companies specialized in anti-piracy and brand protection solutions such as MarkMonitor also use the INA-Signature technology to offer their clients the best protection services for their content. 
 “The adoption and democratization of high bandwidth in the MENA region has resulted in a significant increase in the piracy of streaming of live sports. Piracy is costing the entertainment business in the region an estimated US$500 million. Hence, it is paramount to monitor the use and distribution of content to protect its intellectual property rights.” says David FACUSE, INA-Signature business developer at INA. 
INA’s team will also showcase at the CABSAT its full range of:
- Content management, creative and technical media training courses (475 items covering all needs), at your location or in Paris (France)
- consulting services on audio-video content management and archives’ digitization.
 

About INA:
Established in 1975, the National Audiovisual Institute (INA) is a public audiovisual and digital content company responsible for collecting, archiving and transmitting French radio, television and web heritage. With a collection of over 2400 documentaries and programs produced over the past 40 years, INA has acquired a unique expertise and know-how in narrative construction and visual processing of archives. Moreover, in a user-oriented approach that focuses on innovation, the institute shares all of its valuable content on www.ina.fr with the general public, on www.inamediapro.com with professionals and on www.inatheque.fr with researchers. INA also positions itself as a media observatory, a research lab for excellence and innovation as well as one of the leading training centers for audiovisual and digital media professionals.
For more information:  https://institut.ina.fr/en
INA Contact: Delphine WIBAUX, Deputy Head of Internationals / dwibaux@ina.fr / Tel : +33 1 49 83 2979

 

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