LTV SOLIDUM® VMS Line – for demanding projects, flexibility and high image quality
LTV Europe Sicherheitstechnik GmbH delivers high quality IP products to support and improve legacy video surveillance systems and provides a complete range of solutions for a broad spectrum of industry segments and applications.
SOLIDUM® network video recorders offer a high degree of flexibility in projects: Available are 4/8 channel NVR SOLIDUM® Desktop, Tower and 19" Rackmount Server for 100+ cameras (IP/Analogue/HD-SDI). The SOLIDUM® Line of NVR is the perfect addition to LTV network cameras and is suitable for demanding applications in private homes, retail and industry.
The open-platform (support of 30+ brand name cameras), extremely scalable video management software SOLIDUM® allows the set-up of innovative video surveillance solutions and is available in two editions:
- SOLIDUM® Professional: the scalable solution with failover protection to build systems with up to 100+ cameras.
- SOLIDUM® Multi-Location: the perfect choice for chain stores to centrally manage multiple SOLIDUM® locations in a common management interface.
SOLIDUM® provides extensive features, meets all requirements of a professional video surveillance software product and can be precisely configured for the given application. An intuitive user interface is common property of both SOLIDUM® editions.
|Manufacturer||LTV Europe Sicherheitstechnik GmbH|
|Model code||SOLIDUM 4 Channel VMS Professional|
|Software Type||Management Software|
|Additional info||LTV SOLIDUM® VMS Line allows for the setup of multiple recorder systems with automatic transfer of recording in case of recorder failure (failover). This provides a maximum of flexibility for growing installations and applications with an increased need for data security.|
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