Ppt on video teleconferencing systems

Accounting Systems Technology for the 21st Century

members to collaborate on a project using near-instantaneously refreshed document replicas, electronic whiteboards, and audio/video communication tools such as teleconferencing systems Real-time conferences allow team members to collaborate on a project using near-instantaneously refreshed document replicas, electronic whiteboards, and audio/video communication tools such as teleconferencing systems. Generally, a conference participant is designated as a moderator and he/she controls the flow/


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Types of Information Systems

. Features of EIES/VC are compatible with GDSS. GDSS Room Communication Systems Helps people work together by sharing information in different forms. Examples: teleconferencing, video conferencing, messaging systems. Sometimes called Computer Mediated Communication Systems (CMC). Sometimes the features are considered part of groupware or office automation systems. Options for teleconferencing Expert Systems Information systems that support the work of professionals in bounded, but complex situations where/


Communication Systems Dr inż. ZDZISŁAW PÓLKOWSKI Polkowice, 2015 University of Pitesti Dolnośląska Wyższa Szkoła Przedsiębiorczości i Techniki w Polkowicach.

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COLLABORATIVE COMPUTING TECHNOLOGIES: GROUP SUPPORT SYSTEMS.

. E-mail Wikilogs Online workplace Cont… Tools for indirect support of Decision Making  Virtual Meeting Systems : The advancement of web systems opens the door for improved, electronically supported virtual meetings. VM are supported by a variety of groupware tools. Electronic Teleconferencing Video conferencing Web conferencing Interactive whiteboards Screen sharing Instant video GSS Meeting Process  Group leader meets with facilitator to plan meeting structure.  Participants meet/


1 INTRODUCTION. Slide 2 What is a system? A regularly interacting or interdependent group of items forming a unified whole A group of interacting bodies.

of paper messages. d. Cell phones Slide 45 Spectrum cont.. 3. Electronic Meeting Systems (EMS) or Video conferencing – Involve use of video and audio communications to allow conferences & meetings to be held by participants who are /. Several communication carriers & hotel chains now offer teleconferencing services for such events like sales meetings, new product announcements & employee education & training. Slide 47 Spectrum cont.. 5. Office Management Systems (OMS) – Is an office automation category that/


OFFICE OF INFORMATION AND TECHNOLOGY Medical Appointment Scheduling System (MASS) MASS Conceptual Architecture 18 JUNE 2014 Seal of the U.S. Department.

use of legacy VistA applications 12 OFFICE OF INFORMATION AND TECHNOLOGY Clinical Video Teleconferencing (CVT) Integration First consumer of the VistA Scheduling Adapter Clinical Video Teleconferencing requirements are part of the MASS Business Requirements Document (BRD_ CVT is/common application component that can be used like a plug in for all call centers and case management systems built on MS Dynamics. 17 OFFICE OF INFORMATION AND TECHNOLOGY External Partners Integration The ability to request//


1 PSI Pax Proprietary Company Overview Systems Lifecycle Support Business & Financial Management Support Network/Desktop Service Professional Engineering.

& Management  Information Assurance and Security  Web Application and Portal Development  Systems Administration  Enterprise Network Management  Desktop Distributed Systems  Telecommunications  Video Teleconferencing  Help Desk  Information Assurance Program Management & Business Support Engineering Services  Program and Project Management  Strategic and Business Planning  Financial Management and Systems  Acquisition Management and Support  Industrial Security Consulting  Quality Assurance/


The Digital Deluge Lecture 6 Learning in Retirement David Coll Professor Emeritus Department of Systems and Computer Engineering Winter 2009.

Tele-Immersive Room TM “The world’s most realistic group-teleconferencing experience where the conferees appear in the 3D space of the room.“The world’s most realistic group-teleconferencing experience where the conferees appear in the 3D space of /video cards.dual Nvidia Geforce 7900 video cards. Each display node drives four 20" NEC LCD monitors at 1600x1200 pixels per screeEach display node drives four 20" NEC LCD monitors at 1600x1200 pixels per screen The system is running on Suse Linux 10.0The system/


Information Systems, Organisations and Management Prof. Ciaran Murphy Department ofAccounting Finance and Information Systems National University of Ireland,

’s Teleconferencing On Line Ordering Interenterprise Computing Integrated Systems Workgroup Computing The High Performance Team The Integrated Organisation The Extended Enterprise The Promise Interenterprise Computing Integrated Systems Workgroup/ Documents Smart Cards Bar Scanners Emerging Technology Trends Broadband Networks Video Conferencing TeleWorking Multimedia Computing Downsizing Broadband Networks Video Conferencing TeleWorking Multimedia Computing Downsizing Client Server Computing GUI Extending /


Information and Decision Support Systems Chapter 6.

Less formal techniques are more likely to be subject to error, but are quick and cheap Chat Forum Email list Teleconferencing Chat Useful features: –Record discussion, so you know what was discussed and decided –Private rooms –Banning (for public/who know the operational constraints in system development 2. Try the system out in operational environments early in the project 3. “Laboratory” testing  Usability testing – give people tasks to do with a system prototype, and video tape them talking aloud as they/


VETERANS HEALTH ADMINISTRATION Medical Appointment Scheduling System (MASS) Industry Day Briefing Presented by: Dr. Mike Davies Director, Access Clinic.

. 25 VETERANS HEALTH ADMINISTRATION CHALLENGES, CONSTRAINTS AND RESULTING STRATEGY VHA Medical Appointment Scheduling System VETERANS HEALTH ADMINISTRATION Challenges Extensive oversight and aggressive timelines Various organizational models for Access /Relief – Improved interfaces for Schedulers & Patients Clinical Video Teleconferencing (CVT). – Automated, intra-facility web-based interface/system to perform scheduling for clinical video teleconferencing (CVT) and Telehealth instead of the existing manual /


Communication Systems www.ICT-Teacher.com. The Internet The largest wide area network in the world. It is made up of thousands of linked networks. What.

Communication Systems www.ICT-Teacher.com The Internet The largest wide area network in the world. It is made up of thousands of /features of mobile ‘phones? What is Voice mail, and some of the services it delivers? Teleconferencing What is teleconferencing? What is videoconferencing? What devices are necessary for videoconferencing? Why is ISDN (Integrated Services Digital Network) used to transmit video? ISDN An essential tool for correspondence, marketing, feedback and support. What are the opening hours/


The Development of Telemedicine and Teleconferencing Using AccessGrid Technology.

The Development of Telemedicine and Teleconferencing Using AccessGrid Technology The West Anglia Cancer Network Cancer Centre –Addenbrooke’s/ Papworth Cancer Units –Bedford –Peterborough –West/Access to mass imaging data Visualization of complex medical imaging Milestones - Year 1 Installation of voice, video and data demonstrator at four WACN sites Train NHS staff in effective use of system Specify NHS requirements for Access Grid Prototype CeSC/Addenbrooke’s Access Grid Develop additional code to ensure /


The Picturephone: Basis for Video/Audio Distance Learning Gail Palumbo July 2006 Princeton University Teachers As Scholars.

distinct venues. Seemingly, the larger share of the industry was concentrating its efforts in personal computer-based systems, or desktop video teleconferencing technology, which requires computer networks. The smaller effort was aimed at the video phone- through-your-television market which requires no more than a television, a video telephone, and POTS, the industry acronym for plain old telephone service. The Air Force is testing/


Organisational Information Systems

locations are tied together Teleconferencing chairs terminals table video cameras public screen Schultheis & Sumner Robert Schulthesis and Mary Sumner Wide area decision network Location of group members is geographically remote. Decision frequency is high. Virtual workgroups Groups of workers located around the world working on common problems via a GDSS Stair & Raynolds The Executive Support System The Executive Support System (ESS) An IS that/


1 Ποιότητα υπηρεσίας για Επικοινωνία Video-Επίδραση Λαθών Μετάδοσης και Μέθοδοι Αντιμετώπισης Πολυχρόνης Κουτσάκης.

of decoded video. 4 QoS requirements for a Video Transport System Video transport system: responsible for transporting video from one end user to another. QoS->level of service provided to a video application (bandwidth, error rate, delay). The transport system may be / to extract “features” with meaning to the viewer and assign them to high-priority layers (e.g., for teleconferencing video, human images can be extracted and separated from the background to form a meaningful layer. (most specific approach) /


System Characteristics

Information generated from devices such as video camera, microphone or keyboard. Multimedia teleconferencing and panel discussion applications fall under this category. Participants communicate among themselves by exchanging multimedia information generated from video camera or microphone. B. / stored data by means of index mechanisms. Distributed View: MM objects might be stored in different systems. Systems and users might access stored data over computer networks. B. Prabhakaran MM DB – Components .. /


Video Media Department of Computer Education KMUTNB.

4:3 HDTV1440x11524:2:2, 4:2:0 9:16 HDTV1920x11524:2:2, 4:2:0 4CIF, 16CIF, QCIF 724401 46 Video Media Multimedia PC video digitization formats 724401 47 Video Media Multimedia Multimedia Communication Standards H.320 Video Teleconferencing Standard –Visual Telephone System over N-ISDN H.324 –low bit rate multimedia communication terminal for PSTN and Mobile Radio H.321, H.310 –high resolution/


By Amruta Kulkarni Under Guidance of DR. K.R. RAO Fast mode decision for Inter Mode Selection in H.264/AVC Video Coding.

format used to standardize the horizontal and vertical resolutions in pixels of Y, C b, C r sequences in video signals, commonly used in video teleconferencing systems. QCIF means "Quarter CIF". To have one fourth of the area as "quarter" implies the height and width/. A. Luthra, G. Sullivan and T. Wiegand, “Introduction to the special issue on the H.264/AVC video coding standard”, IEEE Trans. on Circuits and Systems for Video Technology, vol. 13, issue 7, pp. 557-559, July 2003. 21. H.Kim and Y.Altunhasak, /


310414 REQUIREMENTS CAPTURE 1/67 SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS CAPTURE 310414 SOFTWARE ENGINEERING 310414 SOFTWARE ENGINEERING.

never, nobody, none! elicit problems, not solutions Not this: “ We need to put in a teleconferencing network among our offices. ” But this: “ Our offices are not communicating in a timely manner. ” distinguish needs/system that will manage the sale and rental of videos for the video shop: –The system must be able to keep track of which movie videos have been bought/rented and by whom. For videos bought, the system must record the quantity bought; for videos rented, the system must record which copy of the video/


Lecture 4 Organisational Information Systems (Unit 2)

locations are tied together Teleconferencing video cameras chairs table terminals public screen Robert Schulthesis and Mary Sumner Schultheis & Sumner Wide area decision network –Location of group members is geographically remote. –Decision frequency is high. –Virtual workgroups Groups of workers located around the world working on common problems via a GDSS Wide area decision network Stair & Raynolds The Executive Support System Gajendran – given a/


310313 REQUIREMENTS CAPTURE 1 SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS CAPTURE 310313 SOFTWARE ENGINEERING 310313 SOFTWARE ENGINEERING.

, everyone, always, never, nobody, none! elicit problems, not solutions Not this:“We need to put in a teleconferencing network among our offices.” But this:“Our offices are not communicating in a timely manner.” distinguish needs from wants; rate importance of/ model. –The system must be able to keep track of which movie videos have been bought/rented and by whom. –For videos bought, the system must record the quantity bought; for videos rented, the system must record which copy of the video has been rented and/


Essentials of Management Information Systems, 6e Chapter 8 Telecommunications, Networks, and Wireless Computing 8.1 © 2005 by Prentice Hall Telecommunications,

simultaneously Data conferencing Two or more users can edit and modify data files simultaneously Videoconferencing Participants are able to see each other over video screens Electronic Business and Electronic Commerce Technologies Teleconferencing, Dataconferencing, and Videoconferencing Essentials of Management Information Systems, 6e Chapter 8 Telecommunications, Networks, and Wireless Computing 8.36 © 2005 by Prentice Hall Digital Information Services: Online services providing general and business/


Infrastructure Requirement for Internet Video Conference using Broadband Networks Kazunori Sugiura Communication Research Laboratory(CRL) Keio University.

Interface: PCI Bt848A based encoder board Bi-directional support for Sound Consumer application: some are NOT FREE... Quality: Massive compression of Video/Audio Real time Teleconferencing System –High cost equipment is required. –Realtime MPEG2 Encoder. Next: Characteristic of Internet Characteristics of Internet best effort basis network Network Characteristics… –Weakness in Stream media(Stream packet) Jitter Network Packet /


1 Course Number Presentation_ID © 2001, Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. MPEG Coding Fundamentals March 30, 2004 Wen H. Chen, Ph.D. Cisco Fellow.

. All rights reserved. 15 Presentation_ID © 2001, Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. 15 Evolution of Video Compression Standards JPEG (Joint Photographic Expert Group) -Mostly used for coding still images -Introduced DCT and Quantization as part of "Tool Kit" -"Motion JPEG" is intra frame only, low compression, and low delay H.261, H.263 -Used for video teleconferencing -Introduced motion compensated DCT (I and P/


Essential Viewing Systems Corporate Overview

and Africa Similar requirements to Defence customers Significant market size Broadcasting Pilot projects completed with BBC, ITN and CBS Focus is on outside broadcasting – live and recorded – over mobile satellite systems such as Inmarsat Video Teleconferencing Systems Existing customers in Defence, Law Enforcement and Government agencies -using the encoders for VTC applications Page  6 TARGET MARKETS AND BUSINESS MODEL CHANNEL PARTNERS AND/


The Electronic Office & The Internet Chapters 22 & 26 Information Systems for You.

their own. World Wide Web (www) The world wide web is a part of the internet where graphics, sound, video and animation are used, as well as text. The word used for this mix of media is hypertext. Websites All /allows communication between the organisation and the outside world. It allows potential customers to learn about the organisation. Teleconferencing Uses a telephone, computer system and camera. It is then possible to conduct meetings with several people in different locations without leaving the /


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Tel : +91-9312533852 Fax : +91-11-66173698 A Frontier of the Digital Interactive Education System.

Macintosh or PC from the Electronic board, further enhancing the session’s productivity. When used in conjunction with teleconferencing products, you can simultaneously broadcast Electronic board displays to remote participants in real time. Ideal for classrooms and/of AV materials into the lesson as well as superior to an exiting blackboard. Product E-writing System Product E-writing System Various AV equipment Video Presenter Product AV Equipment Product AV Equipment At 62, Tower II, G.C. Emerald Heights, /


Multimedia SystemsCS-502 Fall 20071 Multimedia Systems CS-502 Operating Systems Fall 2007 (Slides include materials from Operating System Concepts, 7 th.

Live broadcast & web casts –Radio stations, Network TV, Webcams, Skype, … Video on demand –Pause, fast forward, reverse, etc. Interactive activities involving audio, video, images –Meetings and presentations with 2-way audio –Teleconferencing Handheld devices –iPod, MP-3 players; personal video; mobile phones, … … Multimedia SystemsCS-502 Fall 20074 Multimedia Data and Delivery Stored in file system like ordinary data. Must be accessed with specific timing requirements/


MPEG Video Coding II — MPEG-4, 7 and Beyond 12.1 Overview of MPEG-4

objects and body objects because of the frequent appearances of human faces and bodies in videos. • Some of the potential applications for these new video ob- jects include teleconferencing, human-computer interfaces, games, and e-commerce. • MPEG-4 goes beyond /Storage and transmission media DDL Pull Search/query engines Push Filter agents Content creator (MM data) Content consumer (user and MM Systems and Applicatons) Fig. 12.17: Possible Applications using MPEG-7. 60 Li & Drew c Prentice Hall 2003 • MPEG/


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SETUP (video) 200 OK SETUP (audio) 200 OK PLAY 200 OK PAUSE 460 (error message) PAUSE 200 OK MULTIMEDIA SYSTEMS IREK DEFEE HIGHER LEVEL PROTOCOLS  DEVELOPED BY MMUSIC GROUP OF IETF INCLUDE SDP AND SIP PROTOCOLS IN ADDITION TO RTP/RTCP/RTSP MULTIMEDIA SYSTEMS IREK DEFEE Introduction. MMUSIC (Multiparty Multimedia Session Control) Internet standard track protocols to support Internet teleconferencing sessions. MULTIMEDIA SYSTEMS IREK DEFEE/


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.tw/ Current Image and Video Compression Standards Application Bit Rate JPEG Continuous-tone still-image compression Variable H.261 Video telephony and teleconferencing over ISDN p x 64 kb/s MPEG-1 Video on digital storage media (/ complexity Error resilience against packet loss, burst errors on wireless links Applications include: Video streaming over the Internet, video over 3G cellular systems Object-based coding Content-based functionalities Arbitrarily shaped visual objects Separate encoding & decoding /


Multimedia Systems 1 CS502 Spring 2006 Multimedia Systems CS-502 Operating Systems.

, fast forward, reverse, etc. Interactive meetings –Presentations with 2-way audio –Teleconferencing Interactive gaming … Multimedia Systems 4 CS502 Spring 2006 Requirements “Smooth” audio and video –Deterioration in quality >> jerky playback –Note: human is more sensitive to jitter in audio than to jitter in video! Audio/video on PC’s doing something else Multiple concurrent streams –Video & multimedia servers –TiVo, etc. Wide range of network bandwidths Multimedia/


A Proxy Smoothing Service for Variable-Bit-Rate Streaming Video Jennifer Rexford AT&T Labs - Research Florham Park NJ

video streaming testbed Conclusions and ongoing work Video Streaming Applications Live, interactive videoVideo teleconferencing, video phones, etc. –Tight delay constraints to support interactivity Stored, non-interactive video –Movies, distance learning, Web videos, etc. –Video recorded in advance; loose delay constraints Live, non-interactive video –Course lectures, news, sporting events, conferences –Video/ Single thread of control –No operating system control over fine-grain sharing High-performance/


CS-3013 & CS-502, Summer 2006 Multimedia topics1 Multimedia CS-3013 & CS-502 Operating Systems.

CS-3013 & CS-502, Summer 2006 Multimedia topics7 What do we mean by “multimedia” Audio and video within a computer system –CD’s & DVD’s –Computer hard drive Live broadcast & web casts –Webcams, Skype, … Video on demand –Pause, fast forward, reverse, etc. Interactive meetings –Presentations with 2-way audio –Teleconferencing Interactive gaming … CS-3013 & CS-502, Summer 2006 Multimedia topics8 Requirements “Smooth” audio and/


Multimedia Systems (Part 1) CS-502 Fall 20061 Multimedia Systems (Part 1) CS-502 Operating Systems Fall 2006 (Slides include materials from Operating System.

broadcast & web casts –Radio stations, Network TV, Webcams, Skype, … Video on demand –Pause, fast forward, reverse, etc. Interactive activities involving audio, video, images –Meetings and presentations with 2-way audio –Teleconferencing Handheld devices –iPod, MP-3 players; personal video; mobile phones, … … Multimedia Systems (Part 1) CS-502 Fall 20064 Multimedia Data and Delivery Stored in file system like ordinary data. Must be accessed with specific timing/


Multimedia Systems Mohammad H. Alomari, PhD Head, Computer Science Department Applied Science University s:

, HCI, visualization, computer vision, data compression, graph theory, networking, database systems. Multimedia and Hypermedia COMPANY LOGO Copyright © Li & Drew | Updated Version Copyright © 2012 Applied Science University 3 Components of Multimedia  Multimedia involves multiple modalities of text, audio, images, drawings, animation, and video.  Examples of how these modalities are put to use: 1.Video teleconferencing. 2.Distributed lectures for higher education. 3.Tele-medicine. 4/


Chapter II The Multimedia Sysyem. What is multimedia? Multimedia means that computer information can be represented through audio, video, and animation.

.r.t. other Multimedia data. A Brief Look at Multimedia Data: Multimedia systems/applications have to deal with the Generation of data, Manipulation of data, Storage of data, Presentation of data, and Communication of information/data Multimedia Data Basics Diverse Application of Multimedia Video Teleconferencing Distributed lectures Telemedicine Augmented Reality Video Recognition Overview of Multimedia Tools  Music Sequencing and Notation Sequencing and Editing of/


1 Video Compression. 2 Video Compression Standards  JPEG: ISO and ITU-T  for compression of still image  Moving JPEG (MJPEG)  H.261: ITU-T SG XV 

H.261 standard  table for motion vectors  table for quantized DCT coefficient 16 Video Compression H.263 17 H.263  Low-bit rate standard for teleconferencing applications  Optimize H.261 so as to operate on below 64Kbps or V.34/Convential GOB approach Using fixed-length VP 53 Applications of MPEG-4  Real-time communication systems  Mobile computing  Content-based storage and retrieval  Streaming video on the Internet  Collaborative scene visualization  High-quality broadcasting  Studio and TV post/


ECS. Enterprise collaboration systems (ECS) The use of groupware tools and the Internet, intranets, extranets, and other computer networks to support.

and speed of internet 00 quality of sound Web publishing Date and Voice Conferencing Voice conferencing-speaker phone system, s/w like Netscape conference & Microsoft Netmeeting, Telephone conversation over the net Data Conferencing-also known/ enables video/audio (Real time) conference among networked PC (desktop videoconferencing) or networked conference rooms or auditorium in different locations (Teleconferencing) Important s/w used- CU-SEEME by white pine, pro share by Intel (DV) Teleconferencing is used/


CENG4430 (Spring 2011) 1-1 Lecture 1: Introduction  What to learn?  What is the Internet  Network edge End systems, TCP/UDP  Network core circuit switching,

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EECS 150 - Components and Design Techniques for Digital Systems Lec 13 – Project Overview David Culler Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences University.

–Bit encoding »start | data | data | stop Game Physics Video stream ADV7194 composite video ITU 601/656 8 SDRAM Control Data 32 player-0 input board / One reason this representation survives today is that the human visual perceptual system is less sensitive to spatial information in chrominance than it is in luminance/13-Project 20 Common Interchange Format (CIF) Developed for low to medium quality applications. Teleconferencing, etc. Variations: –QCIF, 4CIF, 16CIF Examples of component streaming: line i:/


N ETWORKed M EDIA L AB. D EPT. OF I NFO. & C OMM., K-JIST Video over IP as a VoIP extension JongWon Kim, Ph.D. Advanced Network Conference (APAN Busan.

 Access Grid does for people what the computational Grid does for machines  Much more than teleconferencing, if possible at commodity prices  To enable groups of people to interact with Grid resources and/Multi-D Haptic Generation & Reconstruction Immersive Media Compression & Integration 3D Video Synthesis & Reconstruction Immersive Media Delivery Immersive Media Storage & Query/Browsing Contents Service (Protocol & System) Immersive Media Content Adaptation Interactive User Interface N ETWORKed M EDIA /


Unit 7 Decision Support Systems & The Virtual Office MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEMS 8/E Raymond McLeod, Jr. and George Schell Copyright 2001 Prentice-Hall,

Other group members group members Database GDSSsoftware Environment Individual problem problem solvers solvers Decision support system Environment Environment Legend : DataInformation Communication A DSS Model Reportwritingsoftware 13-13 Database Contents n Used/ 40,000 members n Computers must be networked together 14-77 Teleconferencing + + Incorporates all other conferencing techniques + + Includes: audio video computer conferencing 14-78 FAX Original document Facsimile machine Analog channel/


M. Y. Sung 1 Networked Multimedia Systems 네트워크 기반 멀티미디어 시스템 S.V. Raghavan Satish K. Tripathi

) 컴퓨터가 전송 (transmission) 을 자동화 : distributed agents 등을 이용 인간의 기능을 자동화하는 두 가지 접근 인간을 대치 : flexible manufacturing system 모든 기능을 컴퓨터가 처리 인간을 위한 이기 (facilitating contrivances) : cooperative computing and teleconferencing system perception, retention, presentation 은 컴퓨터가, reasoning 은 사 람이 처리 M. Y. Sung 4 1.1 멀티미디어란 ? 인간의 오감 시각 : tangible (possible to code in digital form) 청각 : tangible 후각 : tangible ? 미각 : tangible ? 촉각 : tangible ? Multimedia : video, audio, data 코딩 (coding) 저장 또는 데이터베이스 (storage or databases/


Vakhtang Assatrian Asia Communications TSP Lead, Microsoft Skype for Business video interoperability master class PRD33 4.

End Server SfB Client VTC Signalling Media 3 rd Party MCU or Video GW Skype for Business Room System Video Interop Server (VIS) Acts as an intermediary between Skype for Business Server and video teleconferencing systems Peer Calls A VTC user can call a Skype for Business 2015 or Lync 2013 client directly Single video stream of a specific resolution and frame rate provided by each end/


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day Encourage staff to find alternatives routes to work Flexible working including home working Video and teleconferencing Encourage use of public transport Advertise local/regional services Promote walking for short journeys/ remote device fitted into vehicles Traffic information Systems Satellite Navigation Systems Vehicle and driver monitoring Communications systems Vehicle and trailer tracking IT systems Computerised vehicle routing & scheduling system Journey Planning Tools Low cost option Calculate /


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