Digital Nirvana Announces Upcoming Release Of MonitorIQ 8.0

AI-driven compliance logging and monitoring tool upgraded for speed, with quicker navigation, lower latency, and greater reliability.

MonitorIQ 8.0 is the newest version of Digital Nirvana’s AI-driven compliance logging and monitoring tool that integrates with its Media Services Portal.

With MonitorIQ 8.0, Digital Nirvana brings the tool’s Linux operating system and all included software up to their latest versions. As a result, the company has eliminated security vulnerabilities, increased resiliency, made the system much quicker to navigate, and enabled new streaming technology with significantly lower latency for live video.

Reliable, secure, and easy-to-use broadcast monitoring and compliance logging platform, MonitorIQ allows operators to record, store, monitor, analyze, and repurpose content quickly and efficiently with a minimum of clicks. Natively recording content from any point in the video delivery chain, from production (SDI) to consumption (OTT and STB), MonitorIQ enables broadcasters to collect and use knowledge about their broadcast content to meet a wide range of regulatory and compliance requirements. Users can view live or recorded content across hundreds of channels from desktop and mobile devices in any remote location worldwide for instant recall of proof of performance, compliance, or ad placement. MonitorIQ is based on the highly secure and reliable Linux operating system.

MonitorIQ 8.0 is faster in all aspects, which allows the many broadcast, network, and MVPD users who depend on it to find, review, and monitor live or historic content more quickly and easily. Now the most reliable solution for broadcast compliance and media monitoring on the market, MonitorIQ 8.0 improves workflow by putting access to historical video in the hands of multiple departments within the broadcast domain, including C-level executives who previously had to send emails to engineering to search for data. Now they have the power to do it themselves through an easy-to-use interface.

Among other improvements, better video intelligence means broadcasters can now identify ads on competitive channels, detect logos in high-value content, recognize faces from news sources or entertainment content, and generate closed captions or transcripts of clips from live or historical content or advertisements.

The MonitorIQ 8.0 upgrade will be available starting in the fourth quarter at no cost to active customers. 

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