AVer and Cypress Create Streaming & Recording Solution for Remote Education
Taipei, Taiwan – October 19, 2021 – AVer Information Inc., the award-winning provider of video collaboration and education technology solutions, announced a new remote streaming and recording system developed with Cypress Technology (CYP) . The system combines AVer’s latest camera innovations with CYP’s video streaming and recording technology so educators can deliver high-quality classes during COVID-19 lockdowns and beyond.
The new system is already in use at National Economics University (NEU) in Hanoi. The all-in-one solution lets users:
- Set their hybrid teachers free – Teachers can move freely around their classrooms while being continuously tracked by AVer PTC115 Auto Tracking Camera . Users can also opt for the PTZ330 Professional PTZ Camera , which plays the role of a video conferencing camera.
- Make remote students feel like they’re sitting in the front row – Remote educators can teach distance learners as if they were in-class by displaying teaching materials and performing step-by-step processes under the AVer M15-13M Mechanical Arm Visualizer’s 4K 60fps camera. The visualizer’s 23X digital zoom lets teachers engage both in-class and remote students by demystifying the smallest details.
- Create highly produced content – CYP’s CSC-VPR-3421 60fps, H.264 video streaming and recording system perfectly broadcasts and saves the content captured by AVer’s cameras. The multi-window system allows users to easily process video and audio to deliver high-quality live and on-demand productions.
Skilled technicians from AVer Vietnam worked closely with CYP to develop and implement this new system at NEU. The AVer Vietnam team provided product training and expertise, and both companies’ hard work produced a powerful, timely solution that can be replicated for organizations in any industry.