With the lowering of available public funding for broadcasts and communications, Huntsville came up with a unique solution where a Event Response Communication Vehicle could be used by several organizations including regional and city government, education and emergency services. Huntsville recently announced the integration of Streambox hardware and software solutions for multi location video streaming. Streambox Hardware and Software Encoder are used to capture and transport video of town hall meetings by the city, regional government events, education and for high school football games. All videos are transmitted to the Event Response Communications Vehicle where live broadcasts are then produced. The truck has a wide range of the latest technologies, including the Streambox 9200 HD/SD encoder that converts the HD-SDI program signal into IP for live streaming and Streambox Media Player Pro for video playout. With over 23,000 students attending Huntsville public schools, there’s always a sporting event, school play or other special event to cover. Since the ERC-V is the live video production truck for this lively school system, it seldomly sits idle. In addition, whenever police, fire or emergency officials need the vehicle, it’s immediately available to them. With its on-board IP connectivity, emergency services can access and share information with the outside world while never leaving the vehicle information with the outside world while never leaving the vehicle.
Streambox superior bonding technology allows satellite, WiFi, and cellular signals to work in the most challenging environments. The Huntsville solution includes Streambox 9200 Rackmounts allowing complete scalability while delivering the most reliable encoding with low latency.
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