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Audio and Video Streaming in Telepresence Application Using Web RTC for Healthcare System


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Currently Health care in LMICs (Lower & Middle-Income Countries) is suffering from shortage of trained Physicians in rural areas. The development of certain technologies, particularly in sensors has yielded the birth of mHealth. The main objective of this paper is to develop a Telepresence application for a mobile platform. The functionality of the system will include the ability for the doctor to connect with a doctor / patient from a remote location using mobile or web application and the ability to diagnose patient disease remotely and recommend follow up care. There is a requirement for low price, well suited, and easy-to-use video communication system. The Web Real-Time Communication (WebRTC) permits browsers to set up a peer connection to deliver information and media with real-time conferencing capabilities through simple JavaScript APIs. The design considerations for this paper want to be taken into consideration are high latency and low bandwidth environment and ability to share assets across the connection. For streaming of video in Telepresence application need to have a good peer to peer transport execution with great nature of service provisioning in network.

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Audio, Bandwidth Estimation, Streaming, Telepresence, Video, Web Real-Time Communication (WebRTC).
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Authors

Dhvani Kagathara
Chandubhai. S. Patel Institute of Technology, Charotar University of Science and Technology, Nadiad, Gujarat, India
Nikita Bhatt
Chandubhai. S. Patel Institute of Technology, Charotar University of Science and Technology, Nadiad, Gujarat, India

Abstract


Currently Health care in LMICs (Lower & Middle-Income Countries) is suffering from shortage of trained Physicians in rural areas. The development of certain technologies, particularly in sensors has yielded the birth of mHealth. The main objective of this paper is to develop a Telepresence application for a mobile platform. The functionality of the system will include the ability for the doctor to connect with a doctor / patient from a remote location using mobile or web application and the ability to diagnose patient disease remotely and recommend follow up care. There is a requirement for low price, well suited, and easy-to-use video communication system. The Web Real-Time Communication (WebRTC) permits browsers to set up a peer connection to deliver information and media with real-time conferencing capabilities through simple JavaScript APIs. The design considerations for this paper want to be taken into consideration are high latency and low bandwidth environment and ability to share assets across the connection. For streaming of video in Telepresence application need to have a good peer to peer transport execution with great nature of service provisioning in network.

Keywords


Audio, Bandwidth Estimation, Streaming, Telepresence, Video, Web Real-Time Communication (WebRTC).

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