Johnson Controls announces the next generation of its affordable IP video solution anchored by 4-and 8-channel Holis network video recorders (NVRs) and 2MP Illustra Essentials IP cameras. A reliable surveillance solution for many small and mid-size deployments, the Holis NVRs support up to 1080p resolution cameras at an economical price while offering a high level of video quality. The easy-to-use recorders allow users to search, record, zoom and export data.
Uniview Technology introduces three new enterprise level Network Video Recorders loaded with features and high performance to handle most any video recording application. The foundation of each new NVR is H.265 compression for the best-in-class recording and storage performance, continuing the tradition of adding value and intelligence to the growing uniview tec portfolio. In addition, the NVR’s are cloud upgradable, automatically detecting the latest firmware and alerting the end user to upgrade.
Interlogix introduced its TruVision® NVR 71, a high-capacity H.265 high-definition recorder for larger internet protocol-based video surveillance solutions and an advanced touchscreen network management switch. Both are being showcased April 11-13 booth #18019. The new TruVision recorder is ideal for large commercial applications offering up to 576 Mbps of incoming camera bandwidth supporting up to 128 IP camera channels. Its 96TB of embedded storage – in RAID or non-RAID configurations – accommodates high resolution or long-term video storage needs. The recorder’s H.265 video compression standard reduces network bandwidth and storage requirements.
March Networks® introduces its new CA2 Series HD analog cameras. A complement to the company’s 8724 V Tribrid NVR and HD analog offering, the cameras enable organizations to capture sharp 1080p video over existing coaxial cable without the cost and disruption typically required to upgrade to Cat5/6. They also come with multiple mounts, including an innovative drop ceiling mount that cuts installation times by 50% or more. The cameras are enclosed in a vandal-resistant, IP66-rated aluminum housing, making them ideal for both indoor and outdoor applications.
OnSSI is expanding its portfolio of VMS solutions with the introduction of the new RecOn5 integrated Pre-loaded NVRs and Servers here at ISC West 2018 (booth #13074). The new RecOn5 NVRs are pre-loaded with Ocularis NVR software for stand-alone operation, and the new RecOn5 Pre-loaded Servers are designed for easy expansion of existing Ocularis VMS installations. The RecOn5 Pre-loaded NVRs and Servers are available in 32, 64 and 128 camera configurations in desktop and rackmount models with HDD capacities of 8 to 40TB for desktop models and 8 to 80TB for rackmount models.
NAS is a computer appliance for storing and serving files. It attaches directly to a network, allowing the users on the network to access and share files from a central location. NAS NVR combines the advantages of NAS and NVR, providing a budget-saving solution that users can record and share videos in one device, suitable for small-medium projects, such as SMB. Surveon NAS NVR further offers powerful data services, different storage architectures, variety of applications, and storage expansion options, increasing partners’ productivity and profits.
IndigoVision announces a product release that allows users to maximize their security systems potential. This release includes the latest version of their Security Management Solution Control Center, a new cyber-security innovation CyberVigilant® in Camera, the Integra™ all in one device, and three additional products which strengthen their existing security offering. IndigoVision’s Control Center has long been regarded in the industry as the best, from its bulletproof nature to search and review forensic features; the software is intuitive and easy to use.
Veracity will reveal a significant expansion of its COLDSTORE range of specialised IP video storage solutions. This includes the market introduction of COLDSTORE Colossus, a solution designed for very long-term retention of large volume sets of security video. Veracity will also announce embedded NVR functionality across the entire range of COLDSTORE products, including current models. This allows video to be recorded directly from camera to COLDSTORE storage without the need for a separate NVR product. With 45 disk bays, COLDSTORE Colossus is designed for projects which require high capacity, long-term retention of video data.
Johnson Controls has introduced VideoEdge® TrickleStor, designed to maintain the integrity of video data in a surveillance system in the event of network connectivity loss. TrickleStor provides a highly-integrated camera and network video recorder (NVR) connectivity solution between VideoEdge® NVRs and Illustra® IP cameras that records video locally on Illustra cameras in the event of a connection failure, protecting against video loss in the case of NVR updates or network outage.
BCDVideo announced that it has contracted UK-based Centerprise International to build BCDVideo video recording systems for shipment into the EMEA marketplace. The two companies combine over fifty years of server building experience – both sharing Intel, Microsoft, and VMware certifications. BCDVideo also has numerous Video Management Software (VMS) authorizations including Genetec and Milestone and private-label systems from over 25 security industry companies. The arrangement with Centerprise allows many of these builds to originate in the UK.