AVerMedia Pioneers MPEG-DASH Patent Pools

AVerMedia is officially licensed for Dynamic Adaptive Streaming over HTTP (DASH), also known as MPEG-DASH. As one of the world’s leading solution providers in digital imaging, AVerMedia is dedicated to the field of streaming ultra-high definition video (UHD) over networks and the internet.

Aberdeen Harbor Expands Next Generation Security Network With Siklu High Capacity Wireless Backhaul

Aberdeen Harbor has extended its security solutions coverage using high-capacity backhaul from Siklu, the market leader in millimeter wave backhaul. The next generation security network is used to carry segregated traffic from a number of sources, including streaming HD video images from the latest IP-cameras. This was set up and deployed with no disruption to harbor operations. Aberdeen Harbor is the center of activity for the offshore oil and gas industry’s marine support operations in northwest Europe, and handles around five million tons of cargo a year.

Device Knocks Surveillance Drones, Google Glass Off Network

While tech aficionados get ready to shell out cash for smart watches and other “smart” wearables hitting the market, developer Julian Oliver is looking to quash the potential surveillance capabilities of such devices. Oliver, an engineer, artist, and open-source advocate based in Berlin, aims to do that with a new device called Cyborg Unplug. Expected to be available for pre-order on September 30, Cyborg Unplug is described as a “wireless anti-surveillance system for the home and workplace.”

Iveda Collaborating With Body-Worn Camera Manufacturers to Enable Live Video Streaming for Law Enforcement

Iveda®, enabler of cloud video surveillance solutions via Sentir™ platform, announced that it is working with domestic and foreign body-worn camera manufacturers to integrate its live, mobile video streaming application software for instantaneous video recording to the cloud.

WebRTC Server To Broadcast IP-Camera Video Streams

IP-cameras are standalone surveillance devices that do not require being connected to a computer. Such cameras have an IP address that a client can use to connect to that camera via a RTSP protocol and obtain video streaming data. And while this is usually enough for the purpose of video surveillance and monitoring, broadcasting a […]