The installation of tiivii will make it possible to complement the programmed activities by means of a fully automated live broadcasting system without the need for human intervention
With this installation, the Auditorium and Conference Centre of Vigo is at the forefront of innovation in order to develop different types of events telematically
The agreement has been made through an agreement between the management of the auditorium, 90-20 and cinfo
The Mar de Vigo Auditorium and Conference Centre, 90-20 as official distributor and cinfo have reached an agreement to incorporate the tiivii automatic television production system in its facilities with the aim of covering the events held at the venue with a hybrid and high-performance approach.
Installed in the Auditorium’s foyer and multi-purpose hall, tiivii will completely change the experience of concerts, conferences and shows held at the venue, significantly enhancing their versatility by complementing scheduled activities through a fully automated live broadcast system without the need for human intervention through the use of intelligent cameras that produce quality events in a matter of minutes. The product includes support for graphic media, voiceovers, video mixing and a full cloud-based production desk powered by artificial intelligence that can be used according to the particular needs of each event.
The incorporation of tiivii in the Mar de Vigo Auditorium and Conference Centre is an optimisation of the versatility and usability of the facilities throughout the year, placing it at the technological forefront now that the cultural industry has been forced to look for other ways of broadcasting its events due to the impact of COVID-19.
For Antonio Rodríguez del Corral, CEO of cinfo: “The installation of tiivii at the Mar de Vigo Auditorium shows how events are being redirected towards hybrid or cloud-based models. The Auditorium will benefit from having more options and flexibility to implement and orchestrate events efficiently and quickly thanks to this system“.
* The project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 954040