intoPIX FlinQ technology embedded in Crestron DM NVX at the service of NASA 

27.05.21 09:59 AM By Julie

NASA’s Perseverance Mars Rover mission team relies on 4K video collaboration system based in Creston DM NVX AV over IP streaming media devices

Last February, NASA’s Perseverance Rover landed successfully in Jezero Crater on Mars and has taken its first test drive. You may have seen the video of the mission team at NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) standing up and cheering when news of the successful landing arrived here on Earth and since then many other great achievements.

The Mars 2020 Perseverance Mission Team is the first at NASA JPL to use a new high-resolution, multi-mission AV collaboration system developed by Amplified Design LLC, which was completed in time for the Mars 2020 Perseverance Rover launch in July of 2020.

For this mission, JPL needed a centralized video distribution system that would allow users to easily share content between multiple mission project teams and have access to audio and web conferencing capabilities.

This AV collaboration system spans 45 new collaboration areas across multiple floors at NASA JPL’s Space Flight Operations Facility in Pasadena, California. The system is based on nearly 200 Crestron DM NVX® streaming media devices that provide secure, real-time AV encoding and decoding for the transport of real-time 4K video streams over standard Gigabit Ethernet using intoPIX FlinQ technology. The DM NVX backbone distributes video to both the large and small workrooms as well as mission support areas for anywhere-to-anywhere video sharing. .

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