Geutebruck's software features impress visitors

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A constant stream of end-users and potential sales partners made the ISC West show very successful for the Geutebruck Security team. "Everyone was extremely impressed with the maturity of the product offering" reported Carl Raubenheimer, the company's Executive Vice President. "Interest was pretty evenly divided between all our exhibits but there was universal excitement with our software functionality."

Both the GeViScope and the new GeViStore-IP video server-plus-storage solution support the use of Geutebruck's fast, efficient video encoding which gives normal, latency-free control of PTZs and speed domes, as well as delivering constant picture quality whatever the content. Besides well-known functions such as camera position authentication and dual channel streaming, it also offers lesser known ones such as ‘dynamic live streaming' (DLS) and 'fading long term memory' (FLTM).

DLS establishes a feedback loop to ensure that the only picture data which is encoded and fed into the system is exactly what the display currently needs to meet the user's requirements and no more. It therefore minimizes network load and enables each display server to handle many more streams. FLTM, meanwhile enables high quality video to be retained for long periods using only a fraction of the normal storage capacity. Configured appropriately, FLTM progressively reduces the frame rate of stored footage over time, reflecting the different timescales in which different kinds of event are discovered and investigated, and the gradual reduction of residual risks. It can therefore slash archive costs without affecting utility or security.

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Technical Specification

Make Geutebruck
Manufacturer GEUTEBRUCK GmbH
Model code GeViScope-HS/HR
Video Inputs 16 channels
Other Inputs 16
Video Outputs 1
No of Other Outputs 1
Compression Type M-JPEG, MPEG-4
Network Protocols TCP/IP
Interface Ethernet 10/100/1000 Base-T, RS-232, 8 x USB 2.0
Resolution TVL 704 x 576
Bandwidth MHz 13.5
Image per second (IPS) 25 / 30 fps
System Requirements Hardware and System related properties: Windows XP embedded on separate system solid state disk S-ATA 16 GB or better
Physical Specifications Dimensions mm: 443 x 175 x 470
Weight g: 18,500
Electrical Specifications Power Consumption: 210 W
Voltage: 110 ~ 240 V AC
Environmental Specifications Operating Temperature oC: 0 ~ 35
Video Inputs Overview 16 x BNC-sockets, 1 Vpp / 75 Ohm
Additional info

GeViScope hybrid server with redundant internal PSU (2 x 300 W) and internal SATA-RAID for digital storage and transmission of video and audio signals combined with multi standard compression and latest image analysis algorithms for up to 16 audio and video channels. Digital video networking on TCP/IP basis (1 GBit Ethernet on board). Variable GOP length (VGL), frame rate (VFR), bit rate (VBR).

Recording of IP cameras from different vendors can be integrated into the system (license required). INTEL Core 2 processor inside, 2 x 1 GB RAM main memory, VGA output, 16 control inputs, 8 relays outputs, incl. 16 GB SSD system hard disk with Windows XP, prepared for databases of up to 4 TB (license), alarm controllable, freely definable viewers, time management, RONI, FLTM, pan/tilt-camera control, motion and audio detection included.

Activity detection and 3-D video sensor can be licensed per each activated channel. 1 x RS-232, up to 8 x USB 2.0 (2 front/2 rear). Database storage concept on S-ATA hard disks. Basic unit w/o S-ATA hard-disks - configurable. Signal mode: CCIR / PAL / EIA / NTSC.

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