Interface study for a next generation track identification service wich uses digital identification for music played in venues – allowing for more accurate royalty distribution.
Using the devices current GPS location, GTI only becomes active when in the vincity of the designated venue to be monitored.
Simple interface allows GTI to be easly operated by venue mangers.
The GTI interface continuously listens to the music being played. Via wireless LAN or a cellular internet connection, the recorded clips are sent to identification servers running state-of-the-art identification algorithms.
The servers access to our large database of music fingerprints. After a track is identified, it is stored in a dedicated backend with many functionalities for subsequent analyses and accounting purposes.