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Streaming Options for Low Latency

by Benchmark

Vemotion Interactive, the manufacturer of low-latency, plug and play live video streaming solutions for systems integrators and OEM solutions providers, has released the VB-26, a compact, 4-channel HD video encoder and recorder. Delivering low latency, high-resolution live streaming with HD video transmission over GPRS, 3G, 4GLTE, 5G, Wi-Fi and Satellite networks, the VB-26 provides up to four simultaneous HD video (1920 x 1080) output streams, from one or more connected cameras.

Measuring just 47 x 104.8 x 23.8mm, the VB-26 saves on space, additional cameras and costs, and can provide close-up monitoring of any defined aspect of a particular scene. In conjunction with digital and optical PTZ, areas of a specific scene of interest can be simultaneously monitored to deliver enhanced detail.

Suitable for covert applications or where installation space is limited, VB-26 video can either be streamed live or recorded on-board, and replayed and downloaded remotely via the Vemotion app on an Android smartphone or popular VMS platform.

Vemotions apps include Vs (encoder), Vv (viewer and control) and Vx (combined Vs and Vv in one). The plug and play  apps incorporate streaming capabilities that enable private, secure and encrypted live video to be viewed from any single or multiple remote locations, via mobile phone or integrated to a third party control room VMS. Video sources such as mobile phones, static/PTZ surveillance, or body-worn cameras can all be enabled to offer live streaming video to support a variety of overt or covert monitoring requirements.

For evidential purposes, VB-26 live video is time/date stamped and can be synced to a server.

‘The new VB-26 delivers highly efficient streaming video in an incredibly small form factor encoder,’ stated Steve Haworth, CEO at Vemotion. ‘Easy to add to existing infrastructure, the VB-26 doesn’t need any specialist SIM cards and drives down usage costs by delivering multi-stream video data without the need for expensive airtime contracts.’