Vemotion solutions have been specifically designed to deliver live real-time video and audio over even the most challenging wireless and wired network conditions, for many varied applications in today’s distributed world.
Vemotion solutions are enabled with our highly efficient optimised video compression and transmission technology. This differentiates them within the marketplace, along with ease of use, rock solid performance, and multiple deployment packages.
All our products are designed to be ‘plug and play’, are highly reliable and do not require any specialist SIM cards or expensive airtime contracts. Furthermore, allowing you to control the bandwidth used at any time means you are in complete control.
Supporting full and independent remote control for each connected IP or analogue cameras at the front end, the standout feature is the amazing low latency and sheer high quality of the images at efficient bitrates – seldom seen on standard video associated with Wireless Video solutions.
Vemotion software gives you the choice of the resolution and frame rate you wish to transmit, dependant on the bandwidth of the bearer of your choice. Vemotion enables you to switch dynamically between low and high bandwidth video streams dependant on the networks capability, adjusting the video quality to suit.
All transmitted streams can be encrypted and each of the products below offers customers a perfect combination of capabilities for each given deployment scenario. In principle they all work in the same way, and can be used together, but offer some difference of characteristics so you can tailor your solution specific to your requirements.
There are several elements that make up a Vemotion solution – but primarily there are three main parts…
These are the units or software that processes the images, provides recording facilities and generally manages anything to do with camera inputs. Importantly it is the encoder that provides the compression and transmission features and normally these reside in the remote areas alongside the cameras.
The streaming server normally sits in the central control network of the customer (or can be hosted externally). The StreamingServer provides connection between encoders and viewers. It has user authentication and permission management capabilities too.
Once the encoder is connected to the StreamingServer then in order to view the live stream video a Viewer is required. Viewers come in a number of different forms but we have apps for smartphones and tablets, computers and laptops and also interfaces into other third party viewing software.