Video streaming has become part and parcel of our daily lives, fueled by the expanding arms of internet connectivity and the proliferation of smart mobile devices. Yet, there still exists environments with poor or non-existent internet that hampers consumers from enjoying their ever-reliable form of entertainment. Such environments can be a remote hospitality location with low coverage or during travel; imagine an airplane over 35,000 feet in the air or a cruise in the deep ocean. Yet, in any of these scenarios, we do not miss out on scanning through the entertainment systems on-board, and indeed it’s an integral part of the experience.
Operators across the transportation and hospitality industries are mindful of this need. However, setting up secure entertainment in disconnected environments can get quite complicated. From the stringent content protection requirements to the wide range of devices that need to be served.
How can these complications be addressed?