Inca All Seeing Eye 5420
Award-winning IP Visual Video Monitoring
Centralized Management of all Multicast HD, SD, MPEG-2, MPEG-4, HEVC and ABR Streams in a Headend
Sophisticated, real-time visual video monitoring with video thumbnails
Monitoring at a Glance
The Inca All Seeing Eye 5420 (ASE) provides sophisticated visual video monitoring and an overview mosaic of IP video streams, giving operators the ability to check the performance of an entire headend in any web browser.
VidiOS™ Stream Analysis
Enjoy powerful VidiOS™ troubleshooting tools with inbound and outbound video thumbnails, detailed stream statistics, including PID and payload details, warnings and errors.
Compatible with any Headend
As a flexible IP multicast video monitor, the ASE is compatible with any third party equipment in a headend.
EFFICIENTLY TROUBLESHOOT STREAMS WITH INTELLIGENT VIDEO MONITORING
MPEG-2, MPEG-4 and HEVC Support • Centralized Management • Email Notifications • Local and Remote Monitoring
Local and Remote Monitoring
Easily troubleshoot video streams by tracing impairments through the network with easy click-through to local and remote system management interfaces. Ensure prompt service response with remote visibility into stream details during late night service calls. Utilize real-time monitoring and email notifications to stay ahead of customer affecting outages.
Magnify Headend Visibility
Utilize visual video monitoring on all channels with video thumbnail mosaics on readily-available flat-panel TVs or wall mounted displays in the call center and engineering areas; or monitor on-the-go with a laptop or tablet. View mosaics of video thumbnails and easily see how each program is performing.
CUSTOMER SUCCESS STORY
“When we were out making our decision as to whether to go and select Inca as a product, it went head to head with one of the leading competitors. One of the determining factors was the fact that they offered the All Seeing Eye. Previously we would spend hours flipping through channels and trying to keep in front of our customers as far as knowing when there’s an outage before they’d notify us.
“The All Seeing Eye does that for us.“Jay Conner