The strategic acquirer of intellectual property and revenue-generating companies, Frontera Group, launches a live video broadcasting solution targeting automated broadcasting applications backed by Mixie AI 2.0. The acquisition of the Mixie suite from Intellimedia has enabled Frontera to advance at the technological forefront in the era of engaging and fascinating technologies that revolutionize applications. The acquisition also enabled Frontera to deliver a mix of media technologies, learning and training platforms, and event broadcasting technologies.

The Cricket AI Tata Open Tournament and ISSF Shooting World Championship leveraged Intellimedia’s Mixie AI 2.0 solution to capture, analyze, discover and broadcast events simply and automatically. High-quality broadcasting at a reduced cost has enabled both organizations to stage and broadcast future events.

“Our AI-powered broadcasting solutions will keep viewers engaged utilizing automated professional-grade broadcasting and analytic techniques that compete with manual production consisting of multiple cameras and production crews. The result for our broadcast customers will be a significant cost reduction while maintaining professional quality production. Frontera’s recent acquisition of Intellimedia Networks continues to position Frontera as a prime provider of technology solutions that disrupt existing applications in broadcast, training, and event broadcasting,” stated Andrew De Luna, interim CEO of Frontera Group.

Broadcasting several sporting events will be possible at a reduced cost of large-team production leveraging artificial intelligence (AI)-enabled technology. This will also enable to bring the second-tier sports categories into the limelight by providing a professional aspect. The organizations can also keep their fans engaged by providing visuals from multiple angles. In addition to helping clubs and leagues grow their fan bases, the improved broadcast experience will result in more chances for revenue.