VuLiv launches VuScreen, join hands with bus aggregating platform Shuttl

In the 1st phase, VuScreen service trials were deployed into Shuttl buses operating on selected Delhi – Gurugram -Ghaziabad routes

    VuLiv Player, an offline and online media entertainment platform today announced its partnership with bus aggregating platform Shuttl to launch their new In-Ride mobile entertainment streaming platform VuScreen.

    VuLiv launches VuScreen, join hands with Shuttl

     

    Built on the proprietary video multi-cast technology (VuShareTM), VuScreen allows passengers to stream 400 hours of video entertainment on-the-move with 100 Mbps data speeds even in network dark areas.

    In the 1st phase, VuScreen service trials were deployed into Shuttl buses operating on selected Delhi - Gurugram -Ghaziabad routes and after receiving a huge response & demand from the Shuttl commuters and the Shuttl drivers, the service will now be deployed across an entire fleet of Shuttl Buses.

    Vuliv said, "For years, cab aggregators, shared mobility transport providers, and long-haul transport facilities have been trying to implement in-ride entertainment technologies into their vehicles, which would allow users to watch movies & videos while stuck in traffic.But this always came to them with additional hardware cost of either a power dependent Wifi-box or expensive tablets loaded with videos which coupled with Network buffering issues were unable to provide a seamless experience."

    Manoj Gupta Founder & CEO VuLiv Player said, "Streaming on your own smartphone is now increasingly popular with affordable data plans but on the move, video experience is still a challenge while navigating through network dark spots, security zones, therefore, creating several interruptions in a digital experience. This led the team to push the boundaries of smartphone technology and create a disruption with our on-the-go entertainment platform VuScreenTM, where a customer can enjoy even an HD video experience without any interruptions created due to a cellular network.

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    Deepanshu Malviya, Co-Founder Shuttl said Nearly 55 percent of commuters face buffering issues while viewing content on their smartphones. To ease this pain, Shuttl has partnered with OTT service provider VuLiv, to provide uninterrupted seamless video streaming during the commute. This service will deliver curated content that is entertaining, informative and personalized.The VuLiv pilot is in line with our vision to take away the pain of commute and reclaim that time. We eagerly await to see the response of our commuters.

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