Haivision EMS is an element management solution featuring a web-based user interface for centrally managing Haivision Makito video encoders and decoders across multiple sites. Whether used for managing broadcast workflows or ISR systems, Haivision EMS provides a significant boost in operational efficiency, intelligent troubleshooting, and increased quality of service – whether you have just a few or hundreds of Makito devices.
AVIWEST EMS enables administrators to easily organize and tag Makito X, X1, and X4 devices into different groups based on workflow function, location, or any other criteria. Multiple custom tags can be attributed per device providing full visibility into where each element is located and what valuable function it serves. Easily export valuable data about all paired devices for sharing with inventory management systems and stakeholders.
AVIWEST EMS can be used to verify individual device firmware versions and perform batch upgrades to multiple devices. The ability to centrally manage firmware upgrades creates significant operational efficiencies as it greatly simplifies and streamlines the process of keeping devices up to date.
REAL-TIME MONITORING AND CONTROL
AVIWEST EMS enables users to monitor the real-time status of Makito devices as well as streams, all from one place. Monitor the status of each stream and start or stop them remotely from the user interface for fast troubleshooting and simple remote management.
MANAGE DEVICES ALL FROM ONE PLACE
POWERED BY SRT
Secure Reliable Transport
AVIWEST’s Secure Reliable Transport (SRT) technology provides end-to-end security, resiliency and dynamic endpoint adjustment based on real-time network conditions to deliver the best video quality at all times.
With SRT, you can optimize video streaming across unpredictable networks, like the Internet, by assuring quality-of-service when faced with packet loss, jitter, latency, and fluctuating bandwidth.
SRT offers significant operational flexibility and cost savings over (or compared to) satellite or custom network infrastructures.