Video servers (IP transmission) Comparison: Hikvision, Verint  (4)

 
Video Inputs
8
8
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1
Alarm Input
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--
Compression Type
H.264/MPEG-4
MPEG
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MPEG-4
Interface
1 RJ45 10/100/1000Mbps
10/100 Base-T Ethernet
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Ethernet 10/100Base-T
Resolution TVL
1280 x 1024
704 x 576
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Image per second (IPS)
30
25 PAL, 30 NTSC
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30
Network Protocols
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RTP/IP, UDP/IP, TCP/IP, Multicast IP
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Bandwidth MHz
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30 kbps ~ 4 Mbps
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--
Accessories
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--
Outdoor Wireless Access Point
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Audio Input
--
--
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Video Outputs
--
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1

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Latest Video server (IP transmission) case studies

Bozzuto’s upgrades its security system by adopting Verint’s Nextiva Video Management software
Bozzuto’s upgrades its security system by adopting Verint’s Nextiva Video Management software

Bozzuto's Inc. is a leading wholesale distributor of food and household products to retailers in New England, New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and Maryland. The organisation was established in 1945 and is headquartered in Cheshire, Connecticut.Operational OverviewWith over 1.5 million square feet of warehouse space spanning three facilities, Bozzutos' state-of-the art distribution centres are designed to maximise effectiveness and streamline customer service, while offering the most in product variety.Strategic ChallengeBozzuto's has successfully leveraged IP video security technology from Verint® Video Intelligence Solutions for nearly five years. Over the years, continuous investments in technology have been made to protect its employees, inventory and premises.In 2010, Bozzuto's upgraded its security system to include the next-generation Nextiva® Video Management Software, and Verint's multiport encoders and decoders, in support of the organisation's mission-critical loss prevention, quality control and security initiatives.The SolutionNextiva IP Video Management Software with Nextiva Multiport Encoders and Decoders. Leveraging captured video from strategic areas within its warehouse facilities, Verint's comprehensive IP video portfolio has helped streamline operations at Bozzutos' facilities. All video is transmitted to a central monitoring station where the Nextiva Review application allows management personnel to view live and recorded video from all three facilities and easily detect suspicious or erroneous activity. Nextiva Video Management software, along with the powerful Nextiva S1708e 8-port video encoder and S1970e video decoder, enable Bozzuto's to capture high-quality video images, optimise bandwidth utilisation, leverage flexible video search capabilities, and manage its large, geographically-distributed video operations more efficiently."The Verint system helps us ensure quality control, minimise loss, eliminate damage to merchandise, prevent employee injury, manage personnel, and streamline our operations processes," says Al Spriggs, vice president of security, Bozzuto's Inc.Nextiva Video Management software promotes a more proactive, effective approach to security and operational efficiency at Bozzutos' warehouse facilities. A searchable database of case-related video makes loss prevention inquiries and investigations faster and more productive. The S1708e video encoder also optimises use of Bozzuto's storage resources, with dual streaming that enables video to be viewed at high resolution with excellent image clarity, but stored at lower resolution.

Verint Systems creates networked IP video solution for University of Rhode Island
Verint Systems creates networked IP video solution for University of Rhode Island

Verint® Systems Inc., a leading provider of analytics software-based solutions for workforce-enterprise optimisation and security, announced that the University of Rhode Island has implemented Nextiva® Networked IP Video Management from Verint Video Intelligence Solutions™ to focus on student and facility safety. The institution, which is home to more than 16,000 undergraduate and graduate students, and serves as the state's principal public research university, selected the technology in support of its security operations strategy, and in doing so, has transitioned from a legacy analogue security system to a robust, scalable IP-based platform. To replace its former DVR platform, Verint system integrator Galaxy Integrated Technologies, Inc. installed the Nextiva IP Video Management software, along with Nextiva S1708e 8-channel encoders-all leveraging the university's existing infrastructure. The initial phase of the analogue to IP video migration was deployed at the University of Rhode Island's main campus in Kingston with the full realm of security operations, including effectively monitoring and recording parking lots, buildings and walkways, as well as restricted areas. With automated system health monitoring and analysis, live and recorded video viewing, policy-based video distribution and versatile investigation management capabilities, Nextiva can help the university meet its security needs today, while offering the flexibility to expand as requirements and policies evolve. "In order to keep pace with our growth and increasing traffic volume-and to align with our security strategy-which includes equipping the university with the best in high-caliber, reliable technology-we selected the Verint Nextiva platform," explains Paul Perrone, senior information technologist at the University of Rhode Island. "We partnered with Verint based on extensive research and the fact that it was the only organisation with an open and reliable solution that could both meet our needs now and into the future-all without putting a strain on our existing resources." "We are pleased to offer this premier education institution a robust, cost-effective and scalable IP video solution that will expand the university's existing network," adds Elan Moriah, President, Verint Video Intelligence Solutions and Verint® Witness Actionable Solutions®.

Verint Retail Traffic Analytics help retailers understand customer behaviour
Verint Retail Traffic Analytics help retailers understand customer behaviour

Retailers around the globe are challenged with reducing expenses and increasing revenue by improving the effectiveness of their store operations. As the economy fluctuates, these businesses have become even more conscious of measuring store performance and lowering operational costs. Is the store busier on Monday evenings than it is on Friday afternoons? If there are multiple locations or departments, does one attract more customers than another? Does a store have "hot spots", areas where customers tend to be drawn? How many people who enter the store actually end up making purchases? These are all questions that can be answered with Verint's Nextiva Retail Traffic Analytics. Major retailers around the world leverage the software using their existing video surveillance systems to monitor shopper traffic patterns and deliver information about where, why, and how customers shop. The solution can provide retailers with real-world information to help increase sales, optimise operations, improve the customer experience, and enhance customer value. Nextiva Retail Traffic Analytics is designed to help retailers make operational decisions based on hard data and validate assumptions for key in-store marketing, product placement, and advertising decisions. The business intelligence the solution provides helps them more accurately gauge the success of merchandising and advertising initiatives, with point of sale data to verify results. With Nextiva Retail Traffic Analytics, retailers can easily answer key questions about such in-store shopper behaviours as: How many customers are in a store or department at specific points in time? How many customers show interest in a specific product, and what is the conversion rate? How do customers "cross buy" among products and departments? Which promotions and marketing campaigns attract customers into the store? How do store layouts promote or discourage shopper interest? How can staff be more effectively deployed across stores and within departments? What is the real estate value of each location, and how can space productivity be improved? Best Buy® has been impressed by the value Nextiva Retail Traffic Analytics has shown in the areas of product placement and the effectiveness of displays and promotional positioning. To find out more about Retail Traffic Analytics, download the White Paper.