A VMS integrates with encoders, cameras, storage infrastructure, recording systems, client workstations, etc. to orchestrate a surveillance workflow. It provides a unified interface for video surveillance infrastructure management. Additionally, it discovers, views, records and manages IP video cameras to enable real-time monitoring, analysis and response to critical events.
Some applications of video management systems include stadiums, warehouses, and in many other places. Its features include.These systems can reduce bandwidth consumption by about 85-90 percent for live video streams. Some common applications of video compression include video surveillance, broadcasting, video-on-demand, and others.