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NoTube: Architecture

  1. 1. WP 6 NoTube Architecture Fabio Cattaneo (Polymedia)Polymedia, VUA, Pronetics, IRT, OT, OU, RAI
  2. 2. Presentation Index• Year 3 Goals• Year 3 Achievements• Final Platform Architecture• Market and Technology Evaluation – Introduction – Popular Platforms Overview – Summary of Mainstream Solutions – Hardware, Services and Social Comparison with NoTube• NoTube User Portal – Overview – User Categories – Integration – Demo• Life after NoTube – Foreground – Target Markets and Sustainability• Active during NoTube• NoTube Impact Factor• Linked in NoTube• Learned During NoTube 26-27 March 2012 NoTube 3rd review 2
  3. 3. WP6 Year 3 Goals1. Evolution towards use-case independency2. Provide support for development and integration of new services3. Analysis of NoTube adoption impact4. Complete development of common modules Sustainability 26-27 March 2012 NoTube 3rd review 3
  4. 4. WP6 Year 3 AchievementsEvolutions towards UC independency / Integration supportDesigned and developed the NoTube User Portalincluding:• Web-based front-end – Static details user management (based on Virtuoso, with SPARQL end-point) – Integration of the Beancounter (activity logging on social networks – WP3)• RESTful back-end services related to the above functionalities 26-27 March 2012 NoTube 3rd review 4
  5. 5. WP6 Year 3 Achievements Complete development of common modules• Implemented the front-end driving Social Networks stream subscription• Heavily improved and refactored the user manager module integration, responsible for managing the security flow between the Notube Apps and the APIs. 26-27 March 2012 NoTube 3rd review 5
  6. 6. WP6 Year 3 Achievements NoTube adoption impact [1/2]• Performed the Evaluation – Designed evaluation questionnaires for: • WP2, WP4 – Metadata and Content related services developers • WP7 (a, b, c) – Broadcasters/Use case leaders • WP3 – User Profile related services developers – Created guidelines for low-level technical evaluation activities related to security and privacy preservation – Created, published and maintained online surveys – Collected, elaborated and circulated evaluation results highlighting potential weaknesses and mitigation actions 26-27 March 2012 NoTube 3rd review 6
  7. 7. WP6 Year 3 Achievements NoTube adoption impact [2/2]• Collected and analysed information about parallel solutions outside the NoTube platform domain sharing similarities or providing inspiration and/or updates in terms of technological availability.• Technical similarities to understand pros and cons offered by the different solutions compared to our project in current and future stages are considered in this survey along with devices, delivery models and standards. 26-27 March 2012 NoTube 3rd review 7
  8. 8. WP6 Year 3 Achievements Consolidation and reporting• Supported evaluation/testing and dissemination during the consolidation phase (M34-M36)• Created the D6.4 «NoTube Integrated System 3rd Prototype» due M33 (Milestone 4) 26-27 March 2012 NoTube 3rd review 8
  9. 9. Final Platform Architecture26-27 March 2012 NoTube 3rd review 9
  10. 10. Market and Technology Evaluation Introduction• Web, Social, Mobile and TV are merging.• Smartphones/Tablets as advanced remote controls: – Interact with social networks while watching TV – Comment with friends and communities• Apps on TVs help to browse and consume multimedia contents.• The market presents mainstream products supported by 2 main categories: 1. Electronics and software giants – Focus on popular social networks integration and basic suggestion mechanisms 2. Smaller start-ups – Focus on a new content consumption experience basing on social graphs 26-27 March 2012 NoTube 3rd review 10
  11. 11. Market and Technology Evaluation Popular Platforms Overview• Google TV - TV-based ecosystem from Google• Yahoo! Connected TV – TV-based platform from Yahoo, provides a huge list of widgets• Apple TV – Proprietary standalone digital media receiver from Apple• Samsung Smart TV – Popular TV platform bringing the mobile world’s “Apps” concept to TV sets.• Boxee – Seamlessly support multiple network sources delivery• Rovi Connected Platform - Enables Android-based devices connecting to an array of network-capable devices.• Zune – Microsoft’s video rental service• Netflix, Hulu – Very popular online sources for multimedia contents rental, accessible from a wide variety of devices including gaming consoles 26-27 March 2012 NoTube 3rd review 11
  12. 12. Market and Technology Evaluation Summary of Mainstream SolutionsCommercial products focus on 2 main areas: CONTENT-CENTRIC USER-CENTRIC  Sony Internet TV  IntoNow  Logitech Revue  TunerFish  Apple TV  Miso  Samsung Smart TV  Yap.TV  Yahoo! Connected TV  GetGlue  Microsoft Zune Video Rental  Boxee  Lava 26-27 March 2012 NoTube 3rd review 12
  13. 13. Market and Technology Evaluation Hardware Comparison Chart Solution Name PC Set-Top Box TV Gaming Smartphone Tablet Dedicated Console Support Support Controller NoTube Google TV Yahoo! Connected TV Apple TV Samsung Smart TV Boxee Netflix* Hulu* Zune** it’s a multimedia service, not a full platform 26-27 March 2012 NoTube 3rd review 13
  14. 14. Market and Technology Evaluation Services Comparison Chart Solution Name Native Apps Native Personal Native Native Content Native Social Support Profile Personalised Enrichment Support Management Recommendation NoTube Google TV Yahoo! Connected TV Apple TV Samsung Smart TV Boxee Netflix* Hulu* Zune** it’s a mutlimedia service, not a full platform 26-27 March 2012 NoTube 3rd review 14
  15. 15. Market and Technology Evaluation Social Comparison ChartSolution Social Activity Chat and EPG Personal Check-in Achieveme Ambient Name Networks Streams Groups Recommen nts (bonus Sensing Integration dation contents unlock)NoTubeIntoNowTunerFish Miso Yap.TVGetGlue 26-27 March 2012 NoTube 3rd review 15
  16. 16. NoTube User Portal Overview• The NoTube User Portal has been redesigned: – HTML + JQuery framework for the front-end – Integrates the Beancounter – Supports NoTube Apps – Supports End-Users and Administrators – Provides back-end RESTful services for integration 26-27 March 2012 NoTube 3rd review 16
  17. 17. NoTube User Portal User Categories• Administrators can: – Edit NoTube Apps in terms of configuration panel, description, icon, etc. – Add new NoTube Apps, by importing a properly formatted application manifest• End-Users can: – Manage profile information – Browse NoTube Apps and choose the desired one, granting/denying access to static and dynamic profile data 26-27 March 2012 NoTube 3rd review 17
  18. 18. NoTube User Portal Integration• 2 demo Apps have been included in the repository: 1. EPG – Integrates EPG services provided by NoTube together with user preferences accessed through the Portal back-end 2. Enrichment – Integrates recommendation services linked to the user profile and enrichment services• Project Use Cases can be treated as NoTube Apps with the following Integration Requirements: – 1st Level: provide a Web-based entry point (URI) – 2nd Level: adapt the application logic in order to invoke Portal back-end services (profile management and application custom preference management) 26-27 March 2012 NoTube 3rd review 18
  19. 19. NoTube User Portal26-27 March 2012 NoTube 3rd review 19
  20. 20. NoTube User Portal26-27 March 2012 NoTube 3rd review 20
  21. 21. NoTube User Portal Login26-27 March 2012 NoTube 3rd review 21
  22. 22. NoTube User Portal Home26-27 March 2012 NoTube 3rd review 22
  23. 23. NoTube User Portal Edit Profile (1/2)26-27 March 2012 NoTube 3rd review 23
  24. 24. NoTube User Portal Edit Profile (2/2)26-27 March 2012 NoTube 3rd review 24
  25. 25. NoTube User Portal Adding a Social Network (OAUTH)26-27 March 2012 NoTube 3rd review 25
  26. 26. NoTube User Portal Privacy Protection26-27 March 2012 NoTube 3rd review 26
  27. 27. NoTube User Portal Adding Apps26-27 March 2012 NoTube 3rd review 27
  28. 28. NoTube User Portal App-Specific Configuration26-27 March 2012 NoTube 3rd review 28
  29. 29. NoTube User Portal App Showcase (EPG)26-27 March 2012 NoTube 3rd review 29
  30. 30. NoTube User Portal App Showcase (Enrichment)26-27 March 2012 NoTube 3rd review 30
  31. 31. NoTube User Portal Apps Administrator26-27 March 2012 NoTube 3rd review 31
  32. 32. NoTube User Portal New App Description26-27 March 2012 NoTube 3rd review 32
  33. 33. NoTube User PortalNew App Configuration Panel Visual Editing26-27 March 2012 NoTube 3rd review 33
  34. 34. Life after NoTube ForegroundPolymedia and KIT digital are alreadyworking on a further implementationof the “Social TV” product(http://www.kitd.com/solutions/social-tv/)Company’s business interest is focused on the experienceacquired in NoTube about:  Delivering Interactive Broadband TV  Improving Mobile TV Remote with EPG functionalities  Implementing advanced search functionalities  Improving Profile Management with social activities  Improving Content Recommendations 26-27 March 2012 NoTube 3rd review 34
  35. 35. Life after NoTube Target Market and Sustainability• Polymedia customer base includes: – Large broadcasters (Mediaset, RAI and La7 in Italy, Telecinco in Spain) – Triple and quadruple player telecom operators (Telecom Italia, FastWeb/Swisscom Group, Vodafone Italia, 3 Italia and Belgacom) – Editorial and publishing groups (De Agostini, Mondadori, Il Sole 24 ore, ADNKronos, Sport Network in Italy and the Guardian Media Group Regional in UK) – Advertising agencies and directories (Publitalia ’80 and Seat Pagine Gialle)• In addition to that, Polymedia, part of KIT digital family, directly benefits from the holding company’s market strength: – Leading global provider of video asset management and multi-screen IP-based delivery solutions – Revenue model mainly based on recurring SaaS showing a strong and consistent revenue growth 26-27 March 2012 NoTube 3rd review 35
  36. 36. Active during NoTube 2011• Joined IBC 2011  Supported Semantic Personalised News demonstrator preparation  Advertised NoTube jointly with commercial demonstrations at Polymedia and KIT digital stands.• Joined NEM-Summit 2011  UC 7a by RAI and Polymedia at RAI’s booth  Supported the preparation of the UC 7.a presentation  Papers available in NEM Conference Proceedings (http://nem-summit.eu/files/2011/11/2011- Proceedings.pdf)• Organised internal meetings with the following goals:  Share the project knowledge with companys commercial BU  Support the re-engineering and inspiration of features to be implemented in KIT digitals Social TV solution 26-27 March 2012 NoTube 3rd review 36
  37. 37. NoTube Impact Factor• Within the Consortium – Impact on industry (broadcaster and service developers) assessed through WP6 evaluation → weakness and mitigation actions• Outside the Consortium – Standards&de-facto standards adopted/considered (REST, SOAP, RDF, TV-Anytime, BMF, XMPP, etc.) – HbbTV Consortium and other related projects (e.g. FI-content and HBB Next) very interested in “learning” from NoTube • Provision of Applications • Findings about different Hybrid TV systems • Data aggregation and enrichment • User profiling 26-27 March 2012 NoTube 3rd review 37
  38. 38. Linked in NoTube• The Architecture is transverse to the project• Involved actors: – User profile management (WP3) – Platform services (WP1, 2, 3, 4) – Semantic middleware (WP5) – Applications, including use cases (WP 7.a, 7.b, 7.c) 26-27 March 2012 NoTube 3rd review 38
  39. 39. Learned during NoTube [1/2]• The integration process is not always transparent to the Broadcasters  The integration approach should be carefully planned in the context of the considered workflow• Collecting clear requirements from a service developer perspective is a hard task  In the real world it’s better to focus on broadcaster’s requirements instead of individual research objectives• The added value introduced by platform services heavily depends on the Broadcaster’s internal workflow  While some services may not be remarkable as expected, others could provide positive results 26-27 March 2012 NoTube 3rd review 39
  40. 40. Learned during NoTube [2/2]• Providing only one choice for integrating services is a limitation  In NoTube services can be reached directly or through the Semantic Broker• Having a central entry point for managing users and applications preferences helps populating the platform community  Direct interface for end-users and newcomers.  Social-related services (i.e. recommendations) indirectly benefit from this approach 26-27 March 2012 NoTube 3rd review 40
  41. 41. Thank you26-27 March 2012 NoTube 3rd review 41

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