Study of new technologies and support to engineering in the field:
- Metadata associated with the production
- the introduction of full-IP in networks and production processes
- organization of computing resources (cloud-based)
Projects in this area (14)
Technology for "Data Journalism" activities
In the modern digital age, a big challenge lies in the ability of collecting, connecting, analysing and presenting heterogeneous content streams, accessible through different sources, and published through different media modalities. At this purpose, the project is aiming at identifying an end-to-end workflow for data driven journalism.
IP - based Systems and Technologies for Television Production
This programme deals with the experimentation of new IP technologies (networks, protocols, standards, equipment) in the area of television production, and particularly for studio applications.
MULTIDRONE is an EC funded project of the H2020 research programme.
Deep Networks in Content Management Systems
The recent technological advancement of computing systems allows today to find computers with extremely advanced numerical processing capabilities. In particular, the use of Graphics Processing Units (GPUs) for image and multimedia content processing and classification is experiencing a phase of intense development thanks to the deep-seated scientific research conducted in recent years (Deep Learning). Deep Learning is a branch of Machine Learning that uses complex neural networks for a variety of applications. Among these, the application area of automatic classification of audiovisual content is certainly one of the most interesting from the strategic point of view for RAI.
Experimental system for visual search on broadcast archives
Visual search technology allows users to search and match image and video contents depicting the same objects, such as buildings, paintings and logos, based on visual similarities and without the need of querying for manually generated metadata.