Bringing Bonded Transmission to Mobile Phones & Tablets
Supporting all iOS/Android devices, the LU-Smart mobile app represents the next level in mobile newsgathering, allowing LiveU’s broadcasting and online video customers to extend their coverage using a smartphone or tablet. Based on LiveU’s fourth-generation uplink technology, LU-Smart bonds internal Wi-Fi and cellular connections to reach optimal video quality. LiveU has recently unveiled its new patent-pending Smart Grip device in a handheld monopod, boosting smartphones with an additional cellular channel (MiFi) and battery for extra resiliency and performance.
Introducing the Smart Grip for Additional Resiliency and Performance
LiveU's innovative Smart Grip device holds a chargeable battery and MiFi channel (or any other mobile hotspot), which is bonded together with the smartphone’s internal 3G/4G connection to combine two cellular connections beyond the smartphone, boosting live video transmission time, quality, reliability and performance.
LiveU Connect Platform
LU-Smart connects to your existing LiveU receiving server and is incorporated into the LiveU ecosystem by LiveU's unfied management platform, the LiveU Connect, enabling control rooms to manage multiple video feeds from LiveU units operating in diverse locations.
Flexible HD Coverage
The LU-Smart enables high-quality, reliable live video transmission on-the-move. Operators can combine available networks to support connection to an external MiFi, enabling the bonding of two cellular connections in a single smartphone. In this way users can bond the phones' internal 3G/4G with external 3G/4G for a very fast uplink
Bonds 3G/4G and Wi-Fi networks to send up to 5 Mbps professional quality video content with sub 2-second latency
LiveU Center remote management
Connectivity to CDN/SDI out
Switch camera view
Phone internal Flash control
LiveU reliable video protocol and advanced FEC
LiveU's transmission products can be used for either TV or web/mobile transmission. For more information about LiveU's cellular-based uplink architecture, please visit our Technology page.