Monday, July 28, 2008

Drive Safely... with Mobile DVR!

Mobile CCTV is ideally suited for applications where video surveillance needs go on the road such as police cars, school buses, public buses, taxi cabs and the likes. Mobile solution is also appropriate where certain number of cameras are remotely located and it would be more convenient to configure it as a video steamer, wired into the LAN IP infrastructure instead of the Coax cables.

The introduction of Mobile CCTV has been one of the best weapons against crime. It has been proven effective in both cutting and detecting unwanted felonies.

With advanced software applications, the solution can also be used to analyze driver habits and promote safe vehicle operation. When used to its full potential, the Mobile CCTV is an effective tool that will condition drivers to drive safer and take better care of the vehicles to reduce maintenance expenses.

Some of the benefits of Mobile CCTV:
  • Reduces the fear of crime
  • Deters crime and anti social behavior
  • Provides evidence to assist in the prosecution of offenders
  • Enhances community safety
  • Assists the emergency services
  • Enhances personal safety
  • Provides instant imaging information to the Police

Monday, July 21, 2008

Endurance... Flexibility... Power... Now on Walls!

The New Mini-Wallmount Standalone DVR System offers DVR-on-chip Technology that moves the action away from the desktop into walls, saving valuable space. It combines the power of stability and performance of a high-end DVR for a price of an entry-level. This product is best for many retail and commercial establishments, franchise areas, convenience stores and small finance institutions.

Important Features:
  • Remote Access via Internet or Wireless Connection
  • Worry-Free Installation and Space Saving
  • Supports Simultaneous Access to Multiple Client Devices
  • Powerful yet Cost-Effective
  • Network Backup Capability
  • Notify Service via SMS, E-mail and Audible Alarms

Thursday, July 10, 2008

The Hybrid Digital Video Recorders

Yesterday, it was a Myth... Now, it is a Fact! A powerful Hybrid comes to Life!

Now, one can implement IP for anything new while still maintaining an existing analog system. The Hybrid DVR solution is capable of accommodating both analog and digital IP cameras. This unique solution assimilates the best of both worlds all in one DVR System!

Competitive Features of a Hybrid DVR:

Analog + IP
Now you can leverage your existing network infrastructure and connect both analog and IP cameras in one DVR system. With Hybrid DVRs, you can install IP cameras and hook them up directly to the network; as a result, you reduce expensive coax cabling costs.

Dynamic Liveview
The Hybrid DVR live view interface allows quick monitoring access for both analog and IP cameras (live display for IP cameras are accompanied by the amount of bandwidth consumed per channel). IP cameras installed in various remote areas can be monitored at the same
time in one central location.

Advanced Hardware MPEG4 Compression
Capable of recording at 25 or 30 fps per camera, the Hybrid DVR can deliver superior image quality in smaller file sizes yet high resolutions.

Power PTZ
With Hybrid DVRs, you can apply Power PTZ tools, allowing you a whole new generation of speed dome camera capabilities. You can easily create presets, group run and patterns. Power PTZ greatly reduces supervision time via on-screen menus that make operation
intuitive and easy.

Remarkable Search & Playback
The Hybrid DVRs can offer effortless pull-down menus to filter your search criteria, allowing you to quickly find and playback videos. You can playback videos at a variety of speeds; you can select several cameras for multiplayback and bookmark important events to reduce investigation time.

Optimize DVR Settings
Conserve your hard disk space by recording only when an event or motion is triggered. You can set triggers based on sensors or relay devices. You can also utilize motion detection recording for areas with minimal activity. You may also choose from variety of resolutions, video quality and capture speeds.

Flexible Backup
Some Hybrid DVRs may allow you to instantly backup video and audio in .mp4 or .avi and .g723 formats. Backup options for CD-RW, DVD-RW and USB are supported, which are ideal when you need to provide third-party people with video and audio of incidents to view on their own PC. Add swappable hard drives, RAID or network storage servers to ensure data-loss protection.

Tuesday, July 8, 2008

Linux-Based DVR vs Windows-Based DVR, which is more powerful?

The DVRs in the Security Market today have been divided into 2 major Groups; the Linux-Based DVRs and the Windows-Based DVRs. Each kind has both pros and cons. One has greater advantage over the other for specific applications. To help the readers better understand the significant differences between the two and which is more appropriate to use for a desired function, please share your knowledge on how you determine one as more advantageous and more efficient compared to the other. Your comments will be very much appreciated.

PC-Based DVR System with Plug and Play Technology

Experience hassle-free installation thru PC-Based DVR's latest Plug and Play Technology. Now, a DVR Card may come with either a USB (Universal Serial Bus) or a DOM (Disk-On-Module) that already contains both the DVR software and the OS (Operating System) necessary to run a DVR System. As a result, the user needs to simply stick the USB/DOM into the system, power up the system, and the DVR is ready for operation. For a fast, easy, and economical business security solution, the PC-Based DVR System with Plug and Play Technology is the perfect choice.

Wednesday, July 2, 2008

Intelligent Video Solutions

Looking for smarter video solutions? Better search for a venture company that offers a full range of smart video monitoring, analysis and integration solutions to address your market need for scalable solutions that will ease the growing labor cost associated with video monitoring and increase total efficiency and accuracy of video surveillance.

In addition to standard digital video monitoring, the powerful suite of intelligent digital video technologies will provide streamlined threat detection, alert notification based on user-defined criteria, behavior analysis, and alert responses/escalation methods.


Motion Detection with Motion Tracking

Motion detection settings allow you to define areas (or zones) on the screen where you want to detect any visual changes. You can send alert notifications once motion is detected. In addition, after the motion is detected, your PTZ camera can automatically move to look at the activity.

Object Detection/Recognition

Detects left or abandoned object and missing or stolen object in the camera field-of-view or a region within a camera view. Via object detection, you can receive alert notifications if there is a missing object or if unattended or suspicious objects are left on a scene for a period of time.

Counter Flow Detection

Detects people moving against the flow of traffic in the wrong pre-defined direction and immediately alerts users to this possible security threat.

Car Counting

Acquire traffic visibility and key information through Car Counting video technology. Car Counting enables a live count of the number of cars per lane passing through an area or zone of interest that has been drawn virtually on the screen.

Hot Spot Analysis

With Hotspots Analysis video technology, you can determine various behaviors such as length of time spent on a particular shelf in a store, changes in shopping activity over time, traffic and pedestrian congestion, crowding, media effectiveness and a lot more.

People Counting

Delivers significant insights to retail, transport and other major industries by determining queue length and the number of people passing through a pre-defined zone.

The Innovative DVR vs The Traditional VCR

A DVR or digital video recorder functions a lot like a VCR (Video Cassette Recorder), except it uses a hard drive to record, as opposed to videotapes. This means that there aren't any tapes to cue, and there is more recording time available.

The DVR has numerous advantages over the traditional DVR. One of the most significant is the image quality that is considerably better than VCR recordings, and is always consistent. This is one important thing to take into account when it comes to video surveillance.

Unlike a VCR, the DVR has many advanced features and can also be operated and viewed remotely via local network (or even an Internet connection, which most regulators prohibit). Digital can also support video archiving and transfer of video data to storage devices such as CD-ROM, CD-RW or USB Flash Drives.