|Stockholm, Sweden, 20 July 2016 – Accedo (http://www.accedo.tv/), the video experience pioneer, today announced that it has been shortlisted in three categories of the CSI Awards.
The OSN App, designed and developed by Accedo has been shortlisted in the category “best interactive TV technology or application”. It offers subscribers an attractive and intuitive user interface which allows access to their OSN Plus HD box. The feature-rich experience has been created to make use of dynamic UX technologies and putshigh requirements on consumer interaction and personalisation.
Accedo has also been shortlisted in the “best Virtual Reality innovation” category for Project Himalaya. Project Himalaya brings VR to a fully interactive video service using innovative interaction methods suitable for multiple different VR devices and input methods. Himalaya has been implemented using UX testing to determine the right level of interaction that different users found to be the most obvious and least intrusive.
Finally, together with Brightcove, OTT Flow – powered by Accedo is shortlisted in the best “Best TV everywhere/multi-screen video” category.
“We are delighted to have been shortlisted in three categories for the prestigious CSI awards,” commented Michael Lantz, CEO, Accedo. “Emerging technology is transforming how people watch television and consume video and we put a great deal of emphasis on driving the next innovations for transforming the video experience for our customers and partners.”
The CSI awards will be announced at a ceremony on Friday 9th September at IBC.
Accedo is a trusted Video Experience Transformation pioneer turning TV viewers into video lovers. We’re delighting the lives of video consumers by the hundreds of millions. The company was founded in 2004 on a simple observation: emerging technology will transform how people watch television and consume video, but networks, operators, broadcasters, brands and new market entrants will struggle to keep up with the complexities of the new environment and ecosystem.
This insight led Accedo’s founders Michael Lantz and Fredrik Andersson to create a portfolio of customer-centric video solutions that: shorten time-to-market, improve operational agility, and boost monetisation capabilities. Over the years, Accedo has earned the trust of over 350 of the world’s leading premium video-service providers. Customers to whom two goals are paramount: explore new opportunities to monetise video and transform video services to meet rapidly- changing consumer expectations.