Johnson Controls —parent of exacqVision— introduces hardware updates to the existing line of exacqVision Network Video Recorders (NVRs) including the Z-Series, A-Series, and M-Series, which are now being built with high-capacity hard drives. The exacqVision S-Series server, which archives video, was also upgraded allowing systems to retain more video than ever before.
Surveon Technology, the enterprise NVR solutions provider, announced it NVRs will start to support H.265 cameras. H.265 (High Efficiency Video Coding, also known as HEVC) is a video compression standard whose predecessor is H.264, supporting up to 300fps and 8K, and ensuring to deliver video quality identical to H.264 at only the half of bit rate. Supporting H.265 cameras, Surveon NVR allows partners to save on their budget while extending the retention days of video without expanding the capacity of storage.
As the holiday season is around the corner, it’s practically the busiest time of the year for people in the logistics industry to manage endless packages for delivery nationwide and even worldwide. Along with the vehicles running back and forth from the distribution center, the opportunities for theft, fraud, or injury are likely to increase accordingly. Surveon provides advanced logistics solutions, including high-reliability cameras with 1.5-time larger monitoring range, NVRs with RAID protection, as well as enterprise VMS with real-time video analytics, transforming passive monitoring into a proactive surveillance system and the prevention of potential risks.