Fully scalable, ready right out of the box, and affordably priced, CMS is the storage, management, and delivery system with simple yet comprehensive control.
Store your HD and 4K video, still images, and other digital content directly from the OR. Using a standards-based system with universal compatibility, Sony’s CMS can deliver a centralized imaging database, even if connecting multiple ORs with varying camera system equipment. CMS offers immediate access to surgical images and gives off-site access to the network storage from the convenience of a laptop or PC. Besides storing video content shot in multiple ORs for repurposing and reuse, CMS also provides a near-real-time monitoring function for sharing the live camera in the OR. Authorized personnel can view activities in the OR from secure remote locations within the hospital’s network.
CMS organizes all your content in a central database, enabling faster access to the file you need. Search by physician, procedure, date, or patient. Easily edit your surgical videos with confidence that the original file can be kept intact. Secured users can browse and download content simply by using standard web browsers. And frame-by-frame location is possible, moving back and forth within the video.
Not only can you review content anywhere, any time, but you can share it with teaching hospitals, colleagues, and seminars across the world. Unlike removable media, CMS lets you share recorded content with whomever you choose; user access is securely controlled. With CMS you can also stream live video from the OR, allowing a near-real-time view into the OR for staff and residents. By integrating powerful HD or 4K images into every phase of your workflow, from the OR to the auditorium, you can better educate your patients and students, have accurate visual reference material for training, and make more compelling and professional presentations.
Sony CMS can be implemented without intense bandwidth requirements or IT system overhauls. With a dedicated professional server pre-loaded with software, CMS can handle large digital assets like surgical videos or stills that would typically tax most hospital networks’ bandwidth and technical capabilities. Using a smaller footprint proxy file of the surgical footage for viewing and editing keeps the image quality intact without overloading the hospital network. It is also fully scalable and can be expanded as the facility’s storage needs grow.
Manually searching through hundreds of files on storage shelves for video footage is no longer necessary, saving space and effort. Your content is organized in a central database for quick access.