Pleora Technologies' Video Library
Video Interface Standards
GigE Vision Over Wireless Demonstration
at VISION 2012
Pleora’s live technology demonstrations at VISION 2012, in Stuttgart, Germany. John Phillips, Pleora’s Senior Manager, Marketing, walks through two demos: GigE Vision over Wireless and GigE Vision over 10 GigE. In addition, he shares the company’s announcement to extend its video interface family to include USB3 Vision.
Introduction to GigE Vision
Introduction to GigE Vision presented by Pleora's Senior Product Manager, John Phillips. Find out why adoption of this international camera interface standard is increasing and how it ensures full interoperability between vendors. Learn how the GigE Vision standard benefits everyone involved in the design, deployment, and maintenance of video applications.
10 Years of Simply Connecting Video Networks
Rob Lee, Pleora's Vice President, Marketing & Sales, summarizes advances in GigE technology for networked video connectivity over Pleora's 10 years in operation. The video showcases Pleora's high-performance solutions leveraging the flexibility of switched Ethernet client-server architectures to deliver advanced video networks, including the new iPORT™ SB-Pro adaptor for block cameras by Sony and the world premiere of Pleora's 10 GigE.
Video-over-Ethernet in the Defense Sector
In this Global Spec presentation, John Phillips, Pleora Senior Product Manager, shares how the military and defense sector is taking advantage of video-over-Ethernet capabilities.
GigE Vision® Interfaces:
From Medical Diagnostics to Image-Guided Surgery
Beyond enabling exceptionally reliable image transmission, the use of Gigabit Ethernet (GigE) networks and the adoption of GigE Vision® interfaces in a wide range of medical devices have enabled the cost-effective development and installation of digital imaging systems worldwide. Ethernet is the only transmission medium that offers long cable reaches in addition to providing multi-sensor aggregation and image/video distribution capabilities using standard switches and other network equipment, and is so widely deployed that equipment and support are readily available anywhere on the globe. This presentation will share why and how Ethernet is being used in medical devices today, as well consider future advancements including GigE Vision over 10 GigE and wireless transmission.
Pleora Product Demonstrations
Networked Video for Vision Systems:
How to Configure Pleora Products for Multicast
Networked video allows for virtually every configuration option — from traditional point-to-point to point-to-multipoint and everything in between — which allows system integrators and designers to meet the specific needs of more markets. Watch John Phillips, Pleora’s Senior Product Manager, quickly and easily configure elements of Pleora's comprehensive suite of networked video connectivity products for use in a multicast environment. In this demonstration, a Gigabit Ethernet switch connects the elements and replicates video data to multiple, subscribed receivers.
Video Interface Transmitters:
Intro to iPORT™ SB-Pro IP Engines
Transform your Sony block cameras into GigE Vision® compliant cameras easily with Pleora's iPORT SB-Pro IP engines. In this video, John Phillips, Pleora’s Senior Product Manager, demonstrates how easy it is to connect an iPORT SB-Pro IP engine to a Sony® FCB-H11 block camera and stream high definition video. Complete with feature control using the GenICam™ standard, the iPORT SB-Pro IP engines are ideal for systems integrators looking to differentiate their offerings, increase interoperability, and introduce networking capabilities.
Connect Multiple GigE Vision® Devices with Pleora's NetCommand™ Sample Application
In this video , Pleora’s Senior Product Manager, John Phillips, introduces you to Pleora's NetCommand sample application, included with Pleora’s eBUS™ SDK. Learn how easy it is to connect and stream from multiple GigE Vision devices simultaneously. Our NetCommand sample application demonstrates how an application created using the eBUS SDK can dramatically reduce overall system costs by processing multiple video streams in a single application – an essential capability in any advanced networked vision system.