World’s Best – Lowest latency of any live streaming technology over 4G/5G
Unique software approach – Ideal for OEM manufacturer integrations
Remote real time control – Live video and control with almost zero delay
Emerging markets – Ideal for teleoperations, automotive, and remote operation
Amsterdam, Netherlands – Soliton Systems, a leading provider of mobile live-streaming solutions, is proud to announce the launch of its new product, Zao SDK. This software library can be utilized as an OEM to enable live streaming of video over simultaneous cellular and wireless connections.
Zao SDK features Soliton’s RASCOW2 streaming protocol as a software library that has been upgraded to
operate on other vendors’ hardware, enabling live streaming over multiple 4G and 5G connections with
ultra-low latency and extreme reliability. The SDK allows for both live video streaming and remote
Zao SDK was developed to cater to the needs of emerging markets, such as micromobility,
teleoperation, remote operation of robots, and BVLOS drone operation, as well as a range of
surveillance and military applications. With this new OEM product, Soliton Systems is setting a new
industry standard for low latency and high reliability for live streaming, even over fluctuating cellular
networks or where network contention is an issue.
According to Shinya Hyakutake, Soliton Systems Senior Vice President, “Zao SDK is an innovative
technology that will revolutionize the way live streaming is conducted over wireless networks. We are
confident that our new software offering will be a game-changer in markets such as connected mobility
for remote operations. Achieving latencies of below 35ms over LTE or even less with 5G is the result of
years of research and development, it is unique to Soliton, and we are excited to bring this
groundbreaking technology to the market.”
The SDK can be customized for multiple cameras and multiple network communication devices, such as
cellular modems, Wi-Fi, or other connecting devices like satellite. All external network connections can
be bonded as part of the RASCOW2 streaming protocol to create a highly reliable and resilient encrypted
network connection At the receiving location, Soliton has developed a new decoding platform known as
Zao Cloud that can be cloud based or on-premise.
Soliton Systems is leading the charge in cutting-edge V2X solutions. With ultra-low latency, remote
operators located miles away can experience near-real-time video streaming, a crucial element for
connected mobility industries like teledriving and teleoperation. Soliton Systems aims to offer a solution
that is easy to deploy, customizable, and highly reliable.
As the pioneers in this exciting new technology, Soliton Systems is confident of the positive impact it will
have on new emerging teleoperation markets.
About Soliton Systems:
Soliton Systems is a leading provider of mobile live streaming and control solutions. Founded in 1979 in
Tokyo, Japan, Soliton has a long history of innovation, focusing on delivering advanced technologies to
its customers. The company is committed to providing pioneering solutions that enable customers to
capture and stream live video securely.