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High quality real time broadcasting technology that provides reliable and resilient signal.

Project description

Innovative communication platform that will never let you down

The ability to transmit continuous live data is paramount for those working in law enforcement, emergency medical services and other similar sectors. However, communication networks are not always reliable. The EU-funded Os-X project is carrying out a business feasibility assessment on a solution comprising an innovative software- and hardware-based communication platform. The system uses a plurality of cellular modems, creating a resilient and secure uplink bandwidth to ensure high-quality video, audio and data transmission in real-time from any area with mobile coverage. The project will also review the solution's current stage of development, user requirements and product specifications.


Omnistream is an innovative and game changing Israeli start-up that has developed Os-X – an innovative and reliable communication platform, using cellular bonding technology, for transmission of high quality and real time video, audio and data. Os-X has been especially designed to help local enforcement organizations to communicate during events where communications networks may stop functioning such as, popular sport events, live concerts, terror attacks, and big demonstrations. Os-X uses cellular modem (SIM card) or plurality of modems, to create a bigger resilient and secure uplink bandwidth. The platform communicates with all discoverable 3G / 4G cells and select the best antenna to connect to, based on the measurement of uplink performances parameters.

Omnistream wishes to leverage specific innovation topics in the security arena that can be funded under SME-Instrument in order to take the product to the market as quickly as possible.

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Net EU contribution
€ 50 000,00

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The organization defined itself as SME (small and medium-sized enterprise) at the time the Grant Agreement was signed.

Activity type
Private for-profit entities (excluding Higher or Secondary Education Establishments)
Total cost
€ 71 429,00