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How can FIWARE be integrated with Video Management Software which manage network camera video streams?

asked 2021-12-03 18:07:18 +0200

kenkoji2 gravatar image

In case managing a large number of network cameras, using Video Management Software: VMS is a good choice. In order to use the video data with FIWARE, certain integration may be required between the two.

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Thank you for your helpful advice.

saundersmarshall gravatar imagesaundersmarshall ( 2022-01-05 07:50:05 +0200 )edit

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answered 2022-01-05 23:26:51 +0200

aabella gravatar image

There are a couple of components you would like to browse, kurento and open vidu.

Besides you have this FIWARE Stream Oriented Generic Enabler documentation.

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answered 2022-01-13 10:48:06 +0200

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Hi, I'm from the Openvidu and Kurento team. Kurento would allow you to process the videos and gather information from them, you can develop different CV filters to obtain the data from the image and then we have an example of how to integrate that into a Context Broker, https://github.com/naevatec/kurento-f... Kurento would help you build/develop your own VMS. If what you want is a VMS that copes with a big number of IP cameras with a much simpler interface you should have a look at OpenVidu and our integration tutorial https://github.com/naevatec/openvidu-...

If you need any further information you can check the projects pages http://www.kurento.org and https://openvidu.io


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