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North Yorkshire, UK: Vemotion Interactive, specialists in live video transmission over low bandwidth connections, has announced that they have agreed a technical integration project with Tecton.

 

Tecton will integrate with the Vemotion IP based wireless video encoders so that Vemotion video streams can be recorded by their DVR/NVR products in a control room environment.

The solution provides customers with the ability to transmit low bandwidth video images to and from the Tecton recorders. Customers can record and replay real time footage, at high quality, all of the time even when on the mobile network. Tecton records IP and Analogue connected cameras. Any camera streamed anywhere provided as an easy to install and maintain solution.

Tecton customers will now be able to take advantage of the Vemotion solution using their existing recording equipment.

Vemotion customers will be able to utilise the Tecton industrial grade back office and front end video recording solution.

“Both Vemotion and Tecton are focussed on providing high quality real time images that meet real business needs,” commented Stewart McCone, Managing Director of Vemotion Interactive. “This integration project will add real value for customers with wireless video requirements,” added McCone.