Vanderbilt Industries

Vectis iX: A solid investment for banking solutions

Product Profile

The latest version of Vectis iX contains features aimed at the banking sector. Vanderbilt’s aim is that these specific features will help enable greater trust, operational efficiencies, and excellent customer experience. At the heart of Vanderbilt solutions is compliance with some of the highest industry and regulatory standards, and Vectis iX is no different with UVV Kassen certification.


Vectis iX features protect workers’ privacy rights. Access to playback can be restricted by requiring two user logins, meaning one of the users must have specific access rights to replay the video. This ensures co-workers or superiors can not secretly monitor employees in their working environment.


To monitor tampering, a reference picture of an area within the bank (e.g., the ATM) can be created to compare against a live view after a certain length of time. This provides a clear and contrast solution to monitor for tampering within that selected environment. A reminder can be set to check this feature regularly.


Through the NPC II converter, Vectis can interface with ATMs. Transaction data can be stored and linked to one or more cameras, and all transactions can be reviewed in alarm mode, showing the transaction and the associated video.  Besides, specific information can be searched for such as amount, bank codes, or bank accounts.


Vectis also allows for the ability to customise recording lengths. This feature coincides with banking laws and demonstrates a sufficient level of flexibility within the product for banks. You can mark specific cameras so that when an alarm is triggered, and they automatically begin recording, those recordings are protected and cannot be overwritten. This provides peace of mind and flexibility for the bank when dealing with issues such as robberies and suspicious alarms, etc.

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Technical Specification

Make Vanderbilt
Manufacturer Vanderbilt Industries
Model code Vectis iX128 CMS
Video inputs 64
Software solution Yes
Inbuilt multiplexer Yes
Recording system HDD
Storage capacity 800 TB
Secondary storage USB
Storage rate 25 fps
Resolution 20MP
PTZ control Yes
Audio recording properties Two-Way Audio, G. 711, G.726, AAC
Video motion detection Yes
Instantaneous playback Yes
Operating system Windows 7, 8, 10 (32 & 64 bit) (required Admin rights to operate)
Weight (kg) 0.75
Additional info
  • Network-based video monitoring and recording for 8/16/32/48/64 IP cameras
  • Total recording throughput of up to 288Mbit/s
  • Supports resolution of up to 20 megapixels
  • Conforms to ONVIF profile S
  • Regular Device Packs for more camera support without performing a major update
  • Analytics: motion detection, e-Fence and people counting
  • Time sector engine for immediate recording and playback
  • Backup footage to external storage via automated tasks
  • Common GUI throughout the entire Vectis iX range
  • Dual monitor, full-HD real-time display depending on graphic card performance.
  • Adaptive Video Streaming to significantly increase display performance while decreasing network bandwidth using camera sub stream with lower resolution
  • Optional Text input interface, e.g. to connect ATM (Automatic Teller Machine) or POS (Point of Sales) devices
  • Banking Specific Features like 4 eye principle, picture comparison and track length limitation
  • Free remote client software Vectis iX128 RAS included with dual monitor support
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