AES70 is a suite of standards for control and monitoring of devices in professional media networks. AES70 does not specify a media transport scheme. Rather, it is designed to operate with media transport schemes such as the one specified by AES67.
AES70's intended range of use spans networks of all sizes. This includes mission-critical applications, high-security applications, IP and non-IP networks, and local and wide-area applications. AES70 can control real or virtual devices located on premises or hosted by cloud services. AES70 consumes little computing power and uses network bandwidth lightly.
AES70 is based on the Open Control Architecture (OCA), originally developed by the OCA Alliance.
Posted: Friday, January 12, 2024