DVR as a base of securty system

Linux-powered DVR

Recently I found very interesting application of DVR (Digital Video Recorders) – security and surveillance applications. The Linux-based Network Advanced Video Surveillance – Embedded (NAVS-E) DVRs support 4, 8, or 16 cameras, and offer simultaneous remote recording/playback/monitoring through Windows client and management software.

Additional features:

  • 240 fps recording (8 and 16 channel), and 120 fps recording (4 channel)
  • Supports up to three internal hard drives
  • Embedded Linux OS for maximum stability
  • Selectable single or multichannel view for live playback
  • Enhanced MPEG-4 — average frame size is 1KB to 2.5KB
  • Various interfaces — keypad; handheld controller; USB mouse
  • VGA video output — up to three user-defined spot monitor outputs
  • Static/dynamic network config
  • Backups via built-in CD-RW, USB storage devices, or via the network
  • Email notification with an image clip when alarming
  • Multi-site client software — 64 channel SMS (server management software)
  • eMapping on SMS
  • Fast networking, user friendly PC-based remote software
  • NTSC/PAL auto-detectable

[via Linux devices]

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