Available from Crestron's Integrated Partner Modules web portal (link below), the new modules allow integrators to easily establish high-performance communications between HaiVision hai1000 codecs by using Crestron room automation systems.
Described as a unique multi-stream system combining up to five performance codecs within a single telecom grade application, HaiVision's hai1000/MAKO-HD codec is particularly suited to applications where each location may have multiple video sources and needs to display multiple remote video sources.
Steve Samson, director of business and market development at Crestron, commented: "HaiVision's hai1000 systems are integrated within demanding and complex environments. Our goal is to create technologies that simplify both the user operational experience and, with supporting control modules, reduce the overall integration effort."
In other product news, HaiVision Systems has introduced the SHARE-HD network video recorder, a performance network video appliance capable of recording up to 10 simultaneous streams of HD or WXGA content. The device is intended for medical, military and educational network video systems.
Project-wise, the company recently announced that its hai1000 codec systems are being used by France's Research Center for Automatic Control to support the study of robot-assisted telesurgery.