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Rail vegetation management

StreamOwl provides a novel full-fledged solution for aerial monitoring of railways using drones for vegetation management and boundary structure inspection. The use of smart UAV systems enables quick inspection and monitoring of vegetation growth within the boundaries of a railway system and the state of the boundary structure.

Service Quality Management

StreamOwl provides real-time analytics software for IPTV and OTT service quality management based on standardized methods by ITU-T from the P.120X series. We provide a large set of network- and video-related KPIs to assess the Quality-of-Experience (QoE) and analyze the impact of system and network degradations on the perceived experience and satisfaction of the viewers.

Quality Monitoring Probes

StreamOwl provides probes for 24/7 QoE monitoring of the most common IPTV platforms (e.g. Ericsson Mediaroom) and OTT services (e.g. YouTube, Netflix, Hulu) to enable efficient service quality management. We also provide passive and active hardware-based probes to monitor the quality of the delivered services. We support monitoring of Apple HLS, MPEG-DASH, Adobe HDS, and Microsoft SmoothStreaming video.


StreamOwl provides quality monitoring solutions and products for audio-visual streaming services in fixed and mobile networks, such as IPTV, Web-TV, Over the Top (OTT) and mobile video streaming. StreamOwl addresses the whole ecosystem in multimedia delivery, ranging from Internet Service Providers (ISPs) and Network Operators to Content Delivery Networks (CDNs) who want to evaluate the quality of their services to the end-users. The products and services of StreamOwl offer a unique value by providing real-time accurate measurements obtained by hardware- and software-based probes and/or software installed at the end-user premises or devices and within the operator’s network in order to enable the key stakeholders in the video streaming ecosystem improve the quality of the services they deliver to their customers, engage their audience, enhance the loyalty of viewers to their services and improve video monetization.