Dusane Infotech offered their video on demand solution in line with the customer’s expectations and timelines. Currently, this solution is operational in 10000 rooms. Dusane’s deeds include:
Digital Asset Management – Dusane provides support and also made modifications to DAM. This included digital conversion, encoding, encryption, digital rights management, and the metadata about the movie like movie genres, actor names, title, length, access time frames etc.
Conditional Access System – Dusane configured both an expensive industry standard CAS and a proprietary CAS. We also did the integration of these two CAS systems with billing, SMS and DAM
Billing System – Dusane created a new billing system that is appropriate for hospitality industry, where we integrated in-room entertainment service charges with occupancy charges. This has flexibility to provide complete control to the hotel management on how they want to do the billing. Additionally, Dusane also implemented a two-way activity log channel between the Network Operation Centre server and the hotels that captures information related to usage, entitlements and billing
EAI system re-architecture – There are only 23 types of property management systems that are commonly used in North America. Dusane has integrated the digital movie rental service with 10 such property management systems and integration for the remaining systems are work in progress
Web Application – Dusane created a video on demand web application where the user can view the content and immediately download it to their Set Top Box for viewing, instead of just choosing from the pre-defined contents.
Kiosk Application – Dusane developed a kiosk application where a user can download contents on to a USB stick with Digital Rights Management. Plays only a set number of times and only on one player.
Content Distribution – Dusane configured a multicast video on demand system for broadcasting to a set number of Set Top Boxes.
Consumer website – Dusane also developed a consumer web site, which can be accessed by the users for viewing available content, subscriptions, and payments.