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AV over IP/ Smart City

SMART CITY

Integrating 2-way video & audio communication contact points spread accorss a smart city can provide unlimited possibilities. AV over IP can allow city officials to interact directly with the community and the city infrastructure and to monitor what is happening in the city, how the city is evolving, and how to enable a better quality of life.

Consult a Specialist

SMART CITY

Integrating 2-way video & audio communication contact points spread accorss a smart city can provide unlimited possibilities. AV over IP can allow city officials to interact directly with the community and the city infrastructure and to monitor what is happening in the city, how the city is evolving, and how to enable a better quality of life.

Consult a Specialist

The smart cities initiative has been launched in over 100 cities in India with a focus on IT connectivity, efficient public transport, assured water and power supply, etc. A smart city solution provider needs to develop various smart solutions to solve the identified issues, some of which combine the fields of Audio Visual, IP Audio Paging, AV over IP and IOT programm developments. The new infrastructure design will require retrofits and installation of the latest products in the areas of control systems, audio systems, digital signage, displays, sensors, actuators, and videoconferencing.
In Smart city setups, AVoIP can be used in control rooms (for security, IPTV or broadcast) and for controlling digital signage with thousands of endpoints that can easily be a part of a virtual matrix. However, with AV over IP solutions that require higher than 1Gb infrastructure, it is very difficult to scale and truly take the advantages of AV over IP. The reason for this is the uplink bandwidths between the network switches will drastically limit the number of endpoints you can route between switches.
As video data rates continue to climb – for example 4K/60 4:4:4, HDR, and 8K formats – the need for compression will continue to increase. Understanding the various compression technologies and knowing what compromises are being made within each approach will help system designers select the proper technology for their applications.