Librestream was founded by a team of people with extensive experience in the Enterprise Mobility space. The team had identified a pain point in product development and manufacturing enterprises - a chronic inability to effectively collaborate over distance and time, resulting in overly expensive and late development programs and unnecessary disruption in the manufacturing process.
The team combined this firsthand domain experience with its mobile computing heritage to
create a new horizontal product category of Mobile Video Collaboration, specifically designed for Operations.
In late 2006, Librestream introduced its Onsight operations-driven video collaboration system to the market under its own Onsight brand as well as a private label arrangement with Tandberg under the FieldView brand. With this launch, Librestream delivered the full power of visual collaboration to remote or virtual teams in a rugged, hand-held device and companion PC-based client application.
In 2012, Librestream expanded its offering to include a hosted Onsight Connect service as well as support for the iOS platform and specifically for iPhone and iPad devices. With this expanded offering, Librestream can deliver a full range of device options that fit the diverse operating conditions and use cases within its core Manufacturing and Energy markets.
Librestream’s Onsight Mobile Collaboration System is now deployed within fortune 500
organizations across a wide range of vertical segments such as manufacturing, energy, healthcare, insurance and public safety.