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telemedicine & outreach

Recording and streaming equipment is needed for a number of reasons in healthcare. For example, it is used for documenting medical operations, for telemedicine, for streaming of medical webinars and related wellbeing discussions, as well as for staff and student training and education. AREC Media Capture System offers a complete range of devices that effectively achieve these purposes in the following ways:

Quality assurance and liability protection - Hospitals and other medical institutions require recording devices to ensure that operations are done according to the standards they set. Such recordings also provide video evidence in case there are any complications arising during or as a result of procedures. AREC stations are essential for that purpose, since they allow connecting and using multiple video sources at the same time and preserve original video source recordings. An operation can be recorded from every angle and each source can be inspected with mixed audio readily available.

Simplification of telemedicine - Medical institutions require functional and simple devices that can help them conduct private and remote consultations and share medical data. Specialised AREC stations are made with these requirements in mind and offer point-to-point conferencing with annotations on top of standard recording and streaming functions. Users can connect and share data from medical equipment, or share pre-recorded fragments through USB drives. Remote patients can connect to doctors using software on either iOS or Android tablets and phones.

Improvement of medical education - Likewise, medical institutions require tools that can help them improve the quality of medical education they provide to staff, doctors, and to aspiring students. AREC stations help by recording and creating a VOD database for post-operation review and by enabling point-to-point communication between the universities and hospitals. AREC design makes this process straightforward through the intuitive interface, scheduling of recording and streaming, and automation of backup processes.

Compatibility and flexibility focus - AREC devices support different kinds of AV inputs, including USB, HDMI, VGA, NDI-HX and other network sources, and can be used with converters to connect DVI and other interfaces. This makes AREC devices easy to integrate in existing systems and a perfect addition to any medical environment.

Making controls convenient and easy - AREC products are designed for users without IT or AV experience. They present a variety of control options, including the intuitive graphical user interface, web-based and mobile device controls, free software and cloud services, as well as support of RS-232 and TCP commands for control panels. Abundance of control options makes it possible for the medical professionals to focus on their tasks, rather than on how to run the technology behind it. Using the easiest method for them, they are able to quickly change everything about the recording and streaming in one click.

Other notable projects:


Ankara Memorial Hospital




Pamela Youde Nethersole Eastern Hospital


Novo Nordisk


Lodge Dental


GE Healthcare


Danish Nurse Association


UZ Brussels Hospital


St John Ambulance

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