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Broadcasts with artificial intelligence

Expansión explains how cinfo’s artificial intelligence technology makes it possible to broadcast events using one of the fastest systems in the industry, tiivii. “We process each camera separately and synchronise all the cameras we receive. The cameras are mixed during the broadcast so that we can combine different points of view, make close-ups, panoramic shots and the result is as close as possible to a television broadcast”, says Antonio Rodríguez del Corral, CEO of cinfo.

Regional matches broadcasted as a Champions League Final

If 5G has arrived to improve our lives thanks to the technology that applies it, you don’t want to know the multiple possibilities that are opening up in the audiovisual world. Yesterday, at the opening of the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, we witnessed the implementation of holograms for remote communication, and today we are witnessing how the latest generation connectivity and powerful software can make any sporting event the subject of a practically professional television broadcast. The requirements: cameras connected to a 5G network and a simple computer to receive all the images.

Galicia, at the forefront of the 5G technology that will shape the future of communications

Mar Pereira, Director of the Axencia para a Modernización Tecnolóxica de Galicia (Amtega), accompanied by the Secretary of State for Telecommunications and Digital Infrastructure, Roberto Sánchez, attended today in Santiago de Compostela the official presentation of the Temporary Joint Venture (UTE) formed by Orange, Cinfo, Gammera Nest, Optare Solutions to collaborate in the development of various proofs of concept around the future 5G technology. Luz Usamentiaga, Director General of IR, Regulation, External Communication, CSR and the Orange Foundation, was also present at the event. This project has a budget of 9 million euros and other agents are collaborating in