LiveU leading the field at Russian triathlon event

BC Pro overcomes all transmission challenges with LU600

The Challenge

The Russian production company BC Pro was tasked to live stream the IRONSTAR SPRINT & 113 GELENDZHIK 2021. With an event as dynamic as a triathlon, the production crew was looking for a wireless broadcasting device that’s mobile enough to follow the participants at high speeds along the sprint course – while delivering high-quality live images even from remote areas where no landline internet connection was in reach.

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The Solution

BC Pro found the perfect fit for their requirements in LiveU’s fully portable LU600 field unit. Leveraging cellular bonding technology, the camera crew was able to send a live signal from a driving motorbike, with the HEVC encoding capabilities ensuring a greatly improved video quality compared to H.264 compression. Using a LiveU cloud channel, the event video was eventually streamed to YouTube where it reached sports fans around the globe

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The affordable streaming solution supports fail-safe live streams from challenging network environments such as catastrophe sites.

LiveU's most compact HEVC solution allows time-critical mobile surveillance from the ground, airborne, or offshore.

The mobile app ensures fail-safe smartphone streams for any situational awareness use and with close-to-zero lead time.

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"The humanitarian firemen of the French Catastrophe Rescue Group (G.S.C.F.) have been working for more than a year with a LiveU unit to get video feedback from drones, either on firefighters command centers or during emergency and development missions abroad. The LiveU unit fully satisfies our needs.”

Thierry Velu, President and Founder of GSCF 

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LiveU in use for disaster recovery 

International aid organization GSCF delivers minimal-delay drone feeds

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The Challenge

The French-based “Groupe de Secours Catastrophe Français (GSCF)” is operating at catastrophe scenes worldwide to limit damage and save lives. As the disaster epicenters are often difficult or  impossible to access for the staff, GSCF deploys drone cameras to deliver aerial video feeds from hidden places. For faster response in mission-critical scenarios, GSCF was looking for a solution to live transmit the video signal directly from the drone to a control room.

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The Solution

GSCF chose LiveU’s light-weight streaming solution Solo to steadily deliver HD drone shots from various catastrophe scenarios, e. g. in the aftermath of the 2020 explosions at the port of Beirut (Lebanon). Combining up to four cellular connections for robust live streams, LiveU Solo lets the GSCF staff view the drone camera signals from a safe distance while the low delay mode ensures a timely first response whenever needed.

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"The humanitarian firemen of the French Catastrophe Rescue Group (G.S.C.F.) have been working for more than a year with a LiveU unit to get video feedback from drones, either on firefighters command centers and during emergency or development missions abroad. The LiveU unit fully satisfies our needs.”

Thierry Velu, President and Founder of GSCF 

The affordable streaming solution supports fail-safe live streams from challenging network environments such as catastrophe sites.

LiveU's most compact HEVC solution allows time-critical mobile surveillance from the ground, airborne, or offshore.

The mobile app ensures fail-safe smartphone streams for any situational awareness use and with close-to-zero lead time.

LiveU Solutions for Public Security

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Watch the drone live shots from the Beirut explosion site