Geutebruck’s G-Scope recorder family has provided excitement to the market. Effective immediately, the new version of the Video Engine G-Core 1.3 on all G-Scopes provides even more enthusiasm!
Greater ease of use
Browser access using G-Web is now even more convenient. From now on end users can see all their cameras of any G-Scope generation on any device - in one single browser window - thus giving them an instant overview of their entire system. Using individually configurable buttons they can control their object remotely to, for example, open a door, start a video analysis or activate their intruder alarm system. G-Web is also very efficient. The resolution of the images transmitted is automatically adapted by the system – bandwidth optimised, dependent on the screen resolution. For more control, users can also manually adapt frame rate and resolution to their bandwidth.
The encryption feature for Axis and other cameras via https connection now provides even more protection to security systems, enabling encrypted image transfer from camera to server, from server to viewer and to the storage medium – unauthorised persons have no chance to gain access! Alarms can be automatically sent via e-mail, if needed they can also be encrypted in TLS format.
The privacy functions of Geutebruck’s Video Engine G-Core 1.3 allow masking of specific areas of video images as well as pixelation of motion. Based on rights profiles each user can only see what he is allowed to – independent of the user interface: whether it is the proprietary viewing application G-View, the browser-based G-Web or G-SIM, the security information system.
G-Core 1.3 provides more flexibility in the truest sense of the word: When using "fish-eye cameras" such as the G-Cam/EHC 3180, the new viewer-integrated "dewarping" function supports complete flexibility in the display of the images.
Fisheye cameras deliver – similar to a peephole – perfect all-round visibility, but quite distorted: the scene looks like it's being seen through a big bubble. With dewarping, the currently selected screen area is converted into the original dimensions for the viewer. The user controls the view by panning and tilting or scene is displayed in multiple viewers in a panorama or quad view.
This works not just in the live stream, but also for recorded images.
To provide as much flexibility as possible, the number of interfaces to third party systems in G-Core is continually expanding. Examples of such new interfaces include access control systems from Lenel, intercom systems from Commend and Schneider Intercom, and perimeter detection systems from Southwest Microwave.