The Bx-WiFi technology enables broadcasting of uninterrupted audio or video content from multiple sources to thousands of smartphone or tablet devices, all connected to Wi-Fi access points, while simultaneously providing general internet access.
Bx-WiFi uses Forward Error Correction to maintain video quality, and multicast technology that minimises bandwidth usage when a large number of users are simultaneously streaming.
Due to its transmission efficiency, access to the Internet can be offered at the same time while multicasting content.
Use Cases for Bx-WiFi include provision of entertainment in large or small waiting areas, such as train stations or doctor’s offices, added value infotainment services during large-scale events, for example at sports or music venues, or behind the scenes broadcast of live camera feeds for staff.
The product was developed as part of an European Space Agency funded project in collaboration with the BBC and University of Hertfordshire.
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