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Multimedia Tools and Applications

, Volume 78, Issue 24, pp 35651–35664 | Cite as

Multimedia learning platform development and implementation based on cloud environment

  • Ruijiang Nan
  • Heqing ZhangEmail author
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Abstract

In recent years, with the rapid development of cloud computing, the massive storage capacity and massive computing power of cloud computing have brought new development opportunities to the security field. The traditional tourism professional multimedia teaching platform is also difficult to meet the current massive storage video. The demand for data, although there are work has been tried to deploy in the cloud environment, but a versatile platform is still an industry challenge. This paper designs and implements a cloud-based video surveillance platform based on the real-time, security, bandwidth dependence and high transmission cost of the multimedia professional teaching field. The cloud storage technology is used to solve the heterogeneity of video data. Use the cloud to solve the scalability of the platform. Then use H.264 video coding standard and RTSP video real-time transmission protocol to solve the problem of bandwidth dependence and real-time, and propose to build an embedded sensor network to carry out identity identification and centralized control separately. The network is dynamically tied to IP. The fixed video transmission method indirectly solves the instability of dynamic IP, and makes full use of FTTH resources, reducing the user cost.

Keywords

Cloud environment Cloud computing Tourism major Teaching platform 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.School of Economics and ManagementHubei University of Automotive TechnologyShiyanChina
  2. 2.Tourism College of Guangzhou UniversityGuangzhouChina

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