THEIA is well suited for daily operations, and already provides Caltrans (California Department of Transportation) personnel with access to near real-time video.


THEIA user interface screenshot.

THEIA user interface example.


The THEIA system decentralizes video viewing requirements when using mobile devices, enabling businesses to take full advantage of their enterprise video systems. The solution consists of two components: server and client. The server component is designed to interface with the existing VMS, empowering users to add and manage camera feeds for mobile device viewing access without manual duplication of existing BOSCH VMS configurations. The client component of THEIA is the mobile device application. THEIA's client provides multi-platform compatibility with common PC browsers and Apple and Android mobile devices. The multi-platform support of the THEIA application offers easy system deployment and unparalleled device flexibility, enabling businesses to change mobile device offerings without impacting their investment in THEIA. The mobile device application is available on iTunes or Play Store and requires no additional administrative resources to deploy.

THEIA integrates easily with existing architectures and has unlimited scaling potential. THEIA scales horizontally, offering the flexibility to grow as needed. The system can be deployed in closed or federated architectures and does not degrade existing enterprise video systems.


Capabilities:

Multidevice icon Multi-device support including PC, Android, and iOS.
Movable icon Interactive, moving map.
Choice icon Selectable base maps and import overlays.
Video icon Live video.
Location data.
Collaborative edit icon Collaborative tools including group chat, live map mark-up, and overlays and layers.
Virtualized icon Shared data storage.