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Video-over-IP is the
Future-Proof Solution for Modern OR

Digital Asset Management enhances OR efficiency

When technology supports better patient outcomes and hospital efficiency:
How Video-over-IP systems assist the management of images and videos?

OR digitalization improves quality of care, boosts operating team efficacy and enhance operating space efficiency. Videos and images has become a key element of operating room (OR). Modern surgeries today use a wide range of equipment to support patient diagnostic and treatment. Consequently a lot of uncompressed digital assets need to be stored, transmitted and managed.

Video-over-IP

How Video-over-IP systems work?

There are many different ways to transmit video signals, we will focus on the transmission of video over an IP network. The important thing to know is that quality of the video can vary greatly depending on the technology used. Delivering best-in-class performance in the OR requires the highest image quality and fastest transmission.

How does Video-over-IP provide the right solution?

Video-over-IP offers end-to-end transmission of video signals with ultra-low latency. This gives surgeons accurate, real-time information to support the successful assessment and treatment of the patient’s condition.

There are four primary elements to a hospital-grade Video-over-IP system:

  • Central network
  • IP encoder
  • IP decoder
  • Base system

Each plays a key role in the seamless transmission of video within the OR.

Meet the challenge

Download the guide and learn the basics of Video-over-IP system requirement; how does it work and what needs to be taken into account when setting it up.

Download the Video-over-IP guide here