What is XRTC for?

XRTC is for exchanging real time data streams effortlessly and securely – no matter the source or the type of data.
XRTC will have no problems with firewalls and connections with unstable or low quality, something no other protocol on the market has ever achieved.

Audio and Video

XRTC was first developed for use in POINTR, the only app that allows field technicians to video stream while behind high security firewalls or when using VSATs.
XRTC is perfect for your audio and video applications – no matter the conditions or latency requirements.
Security cameras, drone FPV, or even jam sessions between musicians across the globe: media streaming will perform orders of magnitude better with XRTC.

Remote control

Drone operators have always been limited by how far their radio controls can reach.
This is no more the case with XRTC, as they can use inexpensive 4G and 5G connections to control their equipment and retain analog-like latency beyond line of sight and beyond normal radio reach.
Control drones and monitor their cameras and sensors from across the globe with XRTC.

Telemetry and C&C Bridges

If acronyms like MQTT, AMQP, or OPC UA mean something to you, you also know how hard it is to get data from those sources out to the internet in a secure and reliable way.
Integrate XRTC in your industrial telemetry systems and get all the data from command and control bridges out to technicians in no time.
Testing new technology with your equipment has never been as easy as with XRTC.

Challenging situations

VSAT video? No problem. High quality VOIP audio calls on high jitter 3G? We've got it. Low energy sensor reading on low bandwidth EDGE? Piece of cake.
XRTC shines when things get problematic. In situations where QUIC and WebRTC manage to get only 30% data through, XRTC gets over 70% – no fine tuning needed.
Just deploy and enjoy.

Real-time AI

When it comes to cloud processing, nothing is more important than having XRTC to send data to your servers.
Your top-of-the-line real-time AI tools just won't work if you use other protocols to transfer data – it will already be too late when you start processing it.
XRTC is the best alternative for your cloud processing and to get on top of your competition.