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Last month, IHS Markit released a white paper titled Caught On Tape – Now Keep It Secure, which discusses the benefits and best practices of LTO technology in the Digital Video Surveillance (DVS) industry. The white paper draws your attention to three key market trends; a greater number of cameras shipped and used worldwide, higher video recording specifications and official requirements for data to be kept for longer. But what does LTO tape and LTFS offer the video surveillance industry, which is facing demands for increased need for storage? When used in a multi-tiered storage solution, an LTO tape library can be implemented as a cost-effective, long-term, high-capacity storage tier. With LTO technology, users do not have to compromise on video quality or retention time, allowing organizations to manage their storage system and stay within their budgets.
When it comes to recording and storing large camera counts, high-resolution frame-rate, or extended retention times, video storage systems can become hyper-expensive quickly. SecuVault has been designed and developed to store digital data and especially large volumes of recorded video in an efficient, simple, reliable, and cost-conscious manner. Looking at this from another perspective, SecuVault is an ideal near-line and long-term retention archive solution for video surveillance.
Surveon Technology, the enterprise NVR solutions provider, announced the Linux-based NVR3304 will be added to its Professional Series. The NVR3304 supports up to 32 channels of 5MP cameras recording onto a 4-bay hard disk storage NVR utilzing RAID 1, 5, or 6 data redundancy. The system results in a high level of recording throughput at up to 192Mbps, ensuring cameras can be recorded and viewed reliably.
British Airways i360 is a 162-meter (531 ft.) tall observation tower on the seafront of Brighton on the UK’s south coast that opened in August 2016 on the site of the famous beach town’s historic West Pier. Conceived and designed by Marks Barfield Architects, the creators of the London Eye, British Airways i360 is the world’s tallest moving observation tower and the world’s first vertical cable car. Brighton CCTV selected Seagate as an additional partner for the project to deliver its high-capacity SkyHawk storage, purpose-built for surveillance systems with Seagate’s ImagePerfect firmware.
Kansas City police brass say their plan to equip hundreds of officers with body cameras as a new estimate puts initial costs at roughly $6 million. That $6 million price tag is expected to cover the initial start-up costs, equipment upgrades, storage expenses and hiring additional workers to manage the effort and to respond open records request for the video recordings. Officials have not identified a sustainable funding source and said it could take three years before officers can begin wearing the recording devices. The police board must approve the use of body cameras.
Promise Technology, a leading developer of open storage platforms for video surveillance, announced that its Vess A-Series Network Video Recorders (NVRs) are certified for use with Bosch Video Management System software (BVMS). Certifying Vess A-Series NVRs with the BVMS strengthens the companies’ partnership and offers customers an optimized solution that has been tested to deliver the highest levels of performance and reliability. Extensive documentation of the testing results is available and ensures that customers can fully leverage the performance offered by the integrated Vess A-Series and the BVMS solution while also reducing deployment and management costs by having the VMS and surveillance storage on a single device.
Use of video surveillance in organizations across each vertical is growing, mounting up new challenges related to handling surveillance systems and storing the exponentially increasing volume of raw video footage. Many of the large enterprises use more than 100 cameras on an average, which are functioning 24*7 around the clock—with no end in sight. The number of surveillance cameras and the worth of video analytics are only projected to grow and so is the need for video surveillance storage. Commercial expansion triggers maximum investment in video surveillance; higher capacity storage media is a vital prerequisite for these system upgrades. With the advancement in storage technologies over the last decade and introduction of IP cameras, the process of video surveillance became simpler and the demand for video surveillance storage amplified.
ASUSTOR Inc., a leading innovator and provider of network storage solutions, has announced the launch of the Surveillance Center 2.7 Beta, featuring comprehensive support for ADM 3.0 Internet Passthrough connections, creating a more agile and efficient real-time NAS video surveillance solution. This Beta also includes new features such as the scheduled powering on and off of cameras, support for the importation and exportation of camera settings, the exporting of recording files directly from the local HDMI interface, a digital watermark and identification tool for recording files, the new fisheye restoration mode 1O3R and two-way communication for AiSecure. This upgrade is suitable for use on all ASUSTOR NAS devices and can be downloaded from the Beta section in App Central.
Surveon, the enterprise NVR solutions provider, is pleased to announce that a factory in Kuwait City has deployed Surveon’s IP surveillance solutions as their partner for security application, including 100+ megapixel cameras and 10 enterprise-grade network video recorders, which not only fulfill the need of 180-day non-stop recording, but also ensure a strong protection for the safety in the factory.