Based on CMIOT OneNET Cloud Platform, launched IoT industry video device access capability, to provide users with open access, remote device control, video push-stream, video distribution, video storage, video playback and other underlying core capabilities, and provide the secondary development suites, providing convenience for users to customize their own industry applications.
Device access, reverse control
OneNET provides private access protocol (ODVP) for video capability.
Support rtmp push-stream
Support rtmp, hls distribution
Push-stream at device end
Provides c-sdk, android-sdk, and open source code, which can implement platform porting.
Support third party common players like Jwplayer, vlc, video.js, IJK player, etc.
Resource management model
Real-time video working principle
Device connects and authenticate to access the device cloud.
Playback terminal initiates play request, and the cloud issue push-stream instruction to device after received the request.
Device receives instruction, correctly resolves to obtain audio and video data corresponding to the video source channel.
Device end uses the rtmp interface to push streams to OneNET video cloud.
Video cloud distributes stream to requesting playback terminal.
Principle of local historical video access
Device connects authenticates and accesses the device cloud.
Playback terminal initiates playing request, cloud issue push-stream instruction to device after received the request.
Device receives instruction, correctly resolves to find the corresponding historical video in the request and reads the audio and video data.
The device end uses rtmp interface to push audio and video datastreams to OneNET video cloud.
The video cloud distributes stream to the requesting playback terminal.