Vemotion’s new VB-30 compact, multi-channel, hybrid recording and transmission encoder, featuring an upgraded Nvidia processor for improved encoding/decoding, will be showcased at The Security Event, NEC Birmingham.
Ideal for Local Authority applications and OEM live streaming integration solutions, the VB-30 features 1TB storage and supports a mix of SD, HD, analogue and IP, HDMI, HD-SDI, and audio and video – all in the same unit. The ideal choice for easily upgrading analogue cameras to IP streaming over cellular, this streaming option is extremely cost-effective and very popular with CCTV system operators with limited budgets.
Vemotion’s range of video streaming encoders, mobile Viewer Apps, bodycams and Polecam ‘all-in-one’ wireless PTZ camera will be on show at stand 3a/A42.
A rugged, MIL-SPEC, multi-stream, multi-media hybrid encoder and recorder, the new VB-36 will also be on show. Capable of delivering high-quality images combined with extremely low latency, the VB-36 encoder supports any mix of analogue, IP, HDMI and HD-SDI inputs. Suitable for the toughest wireless (GPRS, 3G, 4GLTE, 5G, Wi-Fi and Satellite), or wired (UTP and fibre) network conditions, VB-36 delivers amazingly low latency and high-quality video images, transmitted at efficient bitrates.
Capitalising on Vemotion’s V-TX transmission technology, the company’s Android mobile Apps incorporate streaming capabilities to enable private, secure and encrypted live video to be viewed from any single or multiple remote locations. This can be achieved using a mobile phone or integrated to a 3rd party control room VMS.
With the Vemotion viewer Apps, video sources such as from mobile phones, or static/PTZ CCTV, body-worn or endoscope cameras, can be enabled to offer live streaming video, to support any overt or covert surveillance monitoring requirement. Ideal for emergency services first responders / covert operatives and any scenario where a central command centre controller requires remote visual intelligence, the Vemotion Viewer App can also help to ensure field operatives’ safety, as part of corporate social responsibility (CSR) practice.