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Hydra IP streamer/server

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Advanced Micro Peripherals, a manufacturer of embedded video solutions, has introduced a modular IP streamer/server for remote video monitoring applications in defence and critical infrastructure. The Hydra system supports up to nine channels of video streaming along with a single audio input channel.

Hydra has been designed and tested for both fixed and mobile applications in harsh conditions, making use of military grade MIL-DTL-38999 connectors (with dust covers), input power protection for compatibility with vehicle power systems, and infrared reflective paint. The system was also created as a modular solution to facilitate the integration of other functions and application code to meet the requirements of specific applications.

The standard IP streamer/server system can be configured quickly over a LAN connection using a regular browser with the operating parameters for each video channel being set individually or as a group. Furthermore, the image quality and bit rate can be optimised to suit the available network bandwidth.