Jupiter’s StreamCenter is designed to support businesses and government agencies with dozens, hundreds or even thousands of video streams to monitor. StreamCenter is ideal for applications including public safety, security monitoring, traffic management, military command and control and any other enterprise that relies on video streams for situational awareness.
Jupiter’s StreamCenter delivers high performance decoding of multiple IP streams. Each StreamCenter can decode up to 32 channels of HD or SD video. For projects with lots of sources, multiple StreamCenters can be deployed to decode hundreds or even thousands of streams simultaneously. Ten StreamCenter chassis can be loaded into a 72” rack to provide 320 channels of simultaneous IP video decoded and displayed at full frame rates. StreamCenter decodes most major streaming formats, including H.264, MPEG-2, MPEG-4 and MJPEG at resolutions up to 1920×1080.
Each StreamCenter decoder can drive one viewing window in a PixelNet domain. That viewing window can be displayed at any size anywhere in the domain, from thumbnail size to the size of a whole wall.
Jupiter says that its TouchCommand solution is designed to make it easy for anyone to control display walls and room automation using familiar multi-touch gestures. Jupiter’s TouchCommand is built on distributed network architecture, enabling rapid access to critical information throughout the facility. TouchCommand runs on touch-enabled PCs and tablets and makes it possible to manage audio, projectors and displays, control lighting and other resources.