Based on the client-server architecture, NVR2104 provides high I/O, large capacity, and the overall system stability needed in scalable applications Surveon Technology, the complete enterprise NVR solutions provider, announced the Linux-based NVR2104 is added to the existing Window-based storage subsystem NVR2100 Series, providing an ultimate option for the surveillance application. Supporting up to 64 channels of 5MP recording and RAID subsystem with 12-bay or 16-bay hot-swappable HDDs, NVR2104 is an ideal solution to fulfill the need for remote recording as the storage subsystem could be located on a separate site from the server so as to easily receive recordings from multiple servers. This server-storage subsystem structure provides not only the convenience to arrange surveillance system for different sites, but also efficiency to centralise the video management for mission-critical projects like banking, casino or companies with branch offices. Independent storage subsystem Built-in with the premium-grade RAID subsystem, Surveon NVR2104 is capable of extend its capacity up to 240 HDDs via local SAS storage and iSCSI storage on the remote site for longer video retention periods. The independent storage subsystem allows recording from multiple NVRs simultaneously, giving security staff a centralised control to manage surveillance videos. The controller-based system with a dedicated RAID controller provides the highest performance and reliability with all data protected and backed up to ensure zero video loss. NVR2104 also comes with the SANwatch storage monitoring suite which helps the user easily manage and monitor the status of the storage, ensuring the high availability of recorded video. Paired with Surveon’s feature-rich enterprise VMS, including video analytic functions, the solution not only improves safety and security, but provides robust prevention, preparedness, detection, and quick response measures to avoid possible incidents Excellent system reliability Based on the client-server architecture, NVR2104 provides high I/O, large capacity, and the overall system stability needed in scalable applications. Its cable-less design and redundant components such as cooling fans and power supplies also offer excellent system reliability and easy maintenance. Paired with Surveon’s feature-rich enterprise VMS, including video analytic functions, the solution not only improves safety and security, but provides robust prevention, preparedness, detection, and quick response measures to avoid possible incidents. With Surveon Control Center (SCC) centralised management, operations become easier through TV-matrix wall even under scalable system structure with unlimited numbers of cameras or NVRs. Aside from SCC, Surveon’s unique web-based management tool SurveOne also supports online monitoring to facilitate remote management of the overall system. Highly scalable solution “Reliable, fast, high-performance, well-protected against any video loss, and highly scalable solutions are what system integrators are looking for in the critical surveillance projects,” said Casper Wu, Product Marketing Manager at Surveon Technology. "NVR2104 provides the flexibility to manage all videos on the central site while the recordings are done remotely, reducing the risk of data loss or damaged unexpectedly.” Available with 2U 12-bay or 3U 16-bay Surveon enterprise VMS, NVR2104’s initial shipment is scheduled at the end of November.
NVR5400 Series has all the advanced benefits that can fulfill the needs for mission-critical application Surveon Technology, the end-to-end IP surveillance solution provider, introduced the newest storage-server NVR5400 Series at IFSEC, offering the best C/P alternative to the current enterprise network video recorder product line. Featuring 12 or 16-bay hot-swappable HDDs and H/W RAID data protection, NVR5400 Series supports 5MP video recording of up to 64 channels and SAS storage with up to 316 HDDs for 1-year plus video retention period, making it ideal for mission-critical projects like city surveillance, industrial and government. Features Surveon intuitive VMS Similar to the recently released storage-server NVR7300 Series, NVR5400 Series provides high I/O, large capacity and storage backup to iSCSI function with its scalable client-server architecture. When it comes to ultimate data protection, NVR5400 Series supports RAID 5+spare and 6+spare aside from standard RAID 1, 5, 6, further elevating its protection level. Meanwhile, NVR5400 Series comes with Surveon intuitive VMS with real-time analytics, remote monitoring, central management and TV wall matrix through Surveon Control Centre (SCC), which offers abundant features to deliver professional performance. Moreover, Surveon provides a web-based management tool SurveOne, supporting online monitoring for system integrators to easily check the health of the system to ensure the consistent stability. Mission-critical application features For middle-large surveillance systems, NVR5400 Series provides all advanced benefits that can fulfil the needs for mission-critical application. “As an expert in NVR, we hope to provide NVR product lines catering to different applications. NVR5400 Series can serve not only as an ideal option for budget-conscious projects, but also be technically competitive for our partners to win the project bidding.” said Casper Wu, Product Marketing Manager at Surveon Technology. Available with 2U 12-bay or 3U 16-bay with Linux OS and Surveon enterprise VMS, NVR5400 Series made the first appearance at Surveon booth (F825) during IFSEC with the initial shipment scheduled at the beginning of July. In the meantime, more Surveon NVR products, including the 128-ch storage-server NVR7300 Series designed for performance-driven projects and 150-ch NVR7800 Series with pre-loaded Milestone XProtect VMS will also be showcased during the exhibition.
Surveon, the original end-to-end megapixel solutions provider, introduces three new 3 megapixel VA cameras, CAM2441HI, CAM3471HI, and CAM4471HI for its premium series. Featured with the intelligent video analytic functionality, the new models deliver advanced applications, including motion detection, camera tampering detection, and people/object counting to provide historical, current and predictive views of business operations and help users to make optimal use of their surveillance systems and allocate their time and attention in a more effective manner, thus increasing the return on investment in the surveillance system, as well as improving overall security, safety and profitability. “These days, a massive amount video is being recorded, but never watched or reviewed. As a result, events and activities are missed, and suspicious behaviour is not noticed in time to prevent incidents,” said Casper Wu, Product Manager of Surveon. With the intelligent video analytic functionality, Surveon’s 3 megapixel VA camera series can transform raw data into meaningful and useful information for business analysis purposes and to easily upgrade to advanced surveillance to have loss prevented, profitability improved, shrinkage reduced, better services brought to customers and thus true business operations can be optimised. Intelligent surveillance solutions for mission-critical applications In addition, this series offers 2048x1536 resolutions at 30FPS and Smart Auto HDR with 120dB, giving users’ real-time performance and outstanding video visibility even in very low lux or highly complex lighting conditions. Along with other advanced functions such as the smart IR, smart shutter, P-Iris, and enhanced 2D/3D noise reduction, Surveon provides intelligent surveillance solutions for mission-critical applications such as retail, banking, transportation, public utilities and city surveillance. The new models come in three different form factors, including box (CAM2441HI), outdoor bullet (CAM3471HI), and outdoor dome (CAM4471HI), for a variety of deployments. Its numerous features make the series easily stand out in the massive selections of IP cameras and offer the advanced technology, and competitive edges for partners. All Surveon’s megapixel cameras support the ONVIF standards and are fully compatible with Surveon VMS and the major third party VMS, giving partners a broad range of solution selections for their projects.
Higher image quality, enhanced technology, and more complicated project requirements result in larger data for storage in megapixel surveillance now than ever before. Surveon, the complete megapixel solutions provider, offers the advanced storage solutions to achieve the strong demands of long video retention period, efficiency, scalability as well as data integrity for partners to effectively manage large data with overall system stability and zero video loss. “Reliable, fast, high-performance, well-protected against any video loss, and highly scalable solutions are what system integrators are looking for in the storage management for professional surveillance projects,” said Casper Wu, Product Manager of Surveon. Featured with the award-winning EonStor storage subsystem, the Surveon NVR series is with RAID 1, 5, 6, 10, 30, 50, 60 data protection, supporting Full HD (1080P) recording of up to 64 channels, meeting the large storage requirement of up to 448 TB to provide the maximum reliability for system integrators to manage megapixel projects. Supports enterprise-class data services In addition to the high-performance, reliable RAID protection, the EonStor data storage supports enterprise-class data services, including snapshot for point-in-time, space-saving copies; thin provisioning for simplified capacity planning and management tasks; volume copy/mirror for quickly restoring production with full data copies; local replication with snapshot and volume copy/mirror capabilities; and remote replication for disaster recovery, data backup or migration over a long distance. These data services are designed to ensure data integrity and to better utilise capacity, while promising the best I/O performance and scalability. The Surveon NVR series also comes with the smart SANwatch storage monitoring suite which allows SIs to easily manage and monitor the storage status to ensure the high availability of recorded video. Surveon provides a full line of NVR solutions for different market demands, with the professional all-in-one NVR3000 for entry-level, budget-saving applications, the enterprise cable less NVR5000 and hot-swappable SMR8300 for medium to large-scale projects, and the corporate NVR2100 series with subsystem storage for the high-end, mission-critical markets.
Surveon, the complete megapixel solutions provider, recently released the industry-1st compact server NVR to tackle installers’ common difficulties on maintenance, operation and video storage in megapixel surveillance. The new enterprise NVR5000 series offers a shorter chassis, cableless, redundant modules and powerful features to ensure high performance operations and easy maintenance for project installers. “We have designed the NVR5000 with friendly usability in mind,” said Casper Wu, Product Manager of Surveon. “Because many CCTV equipment rooms are with limited space, the NVR5000 comes with a shorter chassis (500 mm/19 inches in depth) and can fit in a standard rack without occupying larger space usually required for a server NVR.” In addition to limited space, the rooms are usually with higher temperature due to heavy machine operations. With the cableless design, the NVR5000 can avoid dust and allows better circulation and thus reduces thermal issues to ensure system reliability for long-hour, non-stop recording. “Another hassle customers often face is the high cost and effort when they need to repair the systems,” said Wu. The NVR5000 offers the swappable HDDs and modularised CPU, redundant cooling fans and power supplies. Using the NVR5000, installers can easily replace the malfunctioned module instead of the entire system and keep maintenance simple and low-cost. Moreover, the NVR5000 offers easy scalability that allows storage to be expanded locally by simple cable connections. Without using complex remote storage such as NAS and iSCSI whose performance lies heavily on the network status, the NVR5000 is equipped with the SAS expansion port and is expandable up to 128 HDDs for large-scale projects. Designed for enterprise applications such as public utility, government, hotel, factory, and large campus, the NVR5000 is based on the Intel® Haswell server platform optimised for power savings and high performance and supports 16-bay HDDs for data storage and RAID 5, 6 for data protection. For price-sensitive markets such as SMBs, retail and restaurant, Surveon offers the all-in-one, plug & play, Linux RAID NVR3000 series as a professional and economical option. For mission-critical projects such as city surveillance and transportation, the Surveon NVR2100 with EonStor RAID subsystem storage supports up to 64 channels of Full HD video recording and offers large capacities up to 448 TB for longer video retention periods, overall system stability and zero video loss. All Surveon NVR series are pre-installed with the Surveon VMS, offering enterprise-level functionalities such as large data backup and archiving, remote data retrieval, real-time video analytics, instant playback, fisheye dewarping, PIP, multiple displays, mobile client, remote monitoring, centralised domain management and many more. Moreover, the Surveon NVRs are compatible with the advanced Surveon Control Center (SCC 2.5), supporting TV matrix and high scalability with unlimited cameras, NVRs and clients.
Megapixel recording is an increasing trend nowadays and storage management, including long video retention period, efficiency, scalability and data integrity, has become a strong demand for professional surveillance projects. Surveon, the complete megapixel solutions provider, offers the advanced storage solutions for partners to effectively manage large data for middle to high-level projects. The Surveon enterprise VMS provides backup and archiving features, allowing recently recorded videos to be moved from live storage volumes to long-term storage arrays to avoid risks of corruption on the live disks. The backup function also gives users the bandwidth control to deal with unstable network connections, adding extra layers of security during scheduled backup. Moreover, retrieval can be achieved from both local and remote locations, making it efficient for large data management and multi-site security operations. Furthermore, video files can be stored in the remote ISCSI or NAS storage to guarantee data integrity and longer retention periods. In addition to the high-performance, reliable RAID protection, the Surveon data storage supports enterprise-class data services, including: snapshot for point-in-time, space-saving copies; thin provisioning for simplified capacity planning and management tasks; volume copy/mirror for quickly restoring production with full data copies; local replication with snapshot and volume copy/mirror capabilities; and remote replication for disaster recovery, data backup or migration over a long distance. These data services are designed to ensure data integrity and to better utilise capacity, while promising the best I/O performance and scalability. “Storage management is one of the biggest concerns for users; questions like how to avoid video loss, how to handle large data, how to retrieve the right information, and what to do with limited capacities are being asked every day. Surveon’s enterprise VMS has got the right answers for them with the advanced storage functions,” said Casper Wu, Product Manager of Surveon. The Surveon enterprise VMS is accompanied by the award-winning EonStor cluster storage systems, providing the maximum reliability for system integrators to manage professional megapixel projects with easy operation and maintenance.
Surveon, the complete megapixel solutions provider, recently announced the latest advanced functionalities for its full line of IP cameras, giving partners the competitive product selections in the megapixel surveillance market. “Surveon’s advancements in image control and bandwidth optimisation, along with the industrial-grade components, in-house design and production, and 3-year warranty, enable SIs to easily standout in the megapixel project biddings, and it is a win-win move for both Surveon and partners,” said Casper Wu, product manager of Surveon. Smart Image Optimisers While conventional cameras use advanced sensors to improve image quality, dynamic lighting situations resulting in inconsistent quality remain a major challenge. With the smart image optimisers, Surveon cameras can analyse lighting changes and automatically adjust the image functions to ensure clarity can be obtained under different lightings. Smart Auto WDR/HDR Conventional cameras only allow users to switch on/off the WDR/HDR function. The Smart Auto WDR/HDR can be automatically activated or deactivated according to the lighting changes, refraining images from being too bright or too dark. Smart Shutter The Smart Shutter is used for capturing precise images of fast-moving objects by adjusting the shutter speed automatically to avoid captured images going blurry or dragging using the conventional shutter settings. Smart AE (Smart Auto Exposure) The conventional cameras adjust the general exposure and allow either underexposed shadows or overexposed highlights. The Smart AE automatically adjusts the exposure based on a targeted area to bring out the proper exposure for the overall image. Smart AF (Smart Auto Focus) The Smart AF allows users to apply auto focus on a targeted area, showing the clear image of the region that really matters. Bandwidth Saving & Storage Management To solve the network bandwidth and storage issue with megapixel recording, Surveon cameras are equipped with the following advanced functions: ROI (Region of Interest) Users can create up to eight independent regions with the ROI, each with different video quality and frame rate, saving up to 30% of the network bandwidth. H.264 SVC-T (H.264 Scalable Video Coding Times) This function allows users to select different bit streams, automatically detects the bandwidth level to adjust the frame rates, and delivers the suitable streaming to avoid lagging or freeze frames. Offline Recording To ensure no video loss, when the connection between camera and NVR is down, the recording can be automatically saved to the local storage (SD card) and resent to the NVR when the network is recovered. In addition to these new and advanced features, Surveon megapixel cameras offer many other professional functions, such as real-time video analytics, IP67, vandal proof, IPv6 and HTTPS network protocols supported.
Surveon, the complete megapixel solutions provider, recently announced seven new 2 megapixel cameras for its professional series. The new models offer budget solutions with high quality images and the professional standard in design and production – ready for the megapixel surveillance trend in the mainstream markets. With the advanced features such as PTZ for simultaneously pan, tilt and zoom, IP67 and IK10 for outdoor protection, and 3-axis for an easier and flexible hardware installation, the new Full HD cameras come in different types, including box, bullet and dome for indoor and outdoor utilities. The smaller size also allows the cameras to be fitted into the ceiling or wall in a visually unobtrusive manner. “The megapixel camera deployments have expanded into the entry- to middle-level projects in the recent years,” said Casper Wu, Product Manager of Surveon. “With our enhancement in product engineering, we are able to provide high quality yet lower cost Full HD cameras to meet the new market demands.” Built-in with the new image processing engine, Surveon’s latest 2 megapixel professional cameras deliver excellent image quality in both indoor and outdoor applications. With industrial-grade components, 3 years of warranty, and other advanced functions including auto WDR, H.264 high profile, ROI video cropping, and enhanced 2D/3D noise reduction, the new cameras offer good choices for professional applications such as retail, restaurant, SMB, school, and intelligent building. All Surveon’s megapixel cameras support the ONVIF standards and are fully compatible with Surveon VMS and the major 3rd party VMS, giving partners a broad range of solution selections for their projects.
Surveon, the complete megapixel solutions provider, has announced the full integration of its 29 models of megapixel cameras with the award-winning Milestone XProtect® open platform video management software, with the Milestone Device Pack 7.3 released most recently. As one of the few manufacturers with in-house design and production capabilities, Surveon offers a full line of IP cameras and RAID NVR with enterprise storage to furnish partners with end-to-end professional surveillance solutions. As a Milestone Camera Partner (CaP), Surveon has expanded the camera integration with Milestone XProtect beyond the standard ONVIF protocol to the dedicated ‘deep driver’ support from Milestone. This provides users with seamless integration to create powerful and advanced surveillance solutions with the full functionality of Surveon’s line of cameras. Surveon megapixel cameras ranging from 1 to 5 megapixels include over 30 models designed for different market segments. From the economical compact series for the SMB market to the premium series featuring 3 megapixel 30 FPS and HDR for mission-critical applications, Surveon cameras offer customers a full range of choices to meet project demands. “As the world’s leading VMS solution, Milestone XProtect has been widely deployed in high-end projects,” said Casper Wu, Product Manager of Surveon. “For integrators to successfully put together a high-scale project, the solution must consist of not only advanced cameras and VMS, but the reliable storage to secure large recorded data.” In addition to megapixel cameras, Surveon provides a full range of storage in both iSCSI and DAS systems. Surveon storage solutions can be readily implemented in storage area networks (SAN), direct attached storage (DAS), and network attached storage (NAS) environments. The award-winning EonStor enterprise-grade RAID storage offers high performance controller, while hot-swappable HDD, advanced data services, redundant components such as cable design, cooling fan modules and power supplies help ensure system reliability and easy maintenance. Surveon presents complete end-to-end solutions with advanced capability, industrial-grade components to ensure high availability, and user-friendly management tools to simplify administration, improving reliability as well as interoperability with other systems and reducing compatibility issues and integration risks for system integrators.
Surveon, the complete megapixel solutions provider, has announced the latest Linux-based megapixel RAID recorders, the NVR3000 series, for entry to middle-level professional surveillance markets. Operated on the embedded platform, the new NVR3000 series has combined the advantages of the standalone and PC-based solutions, providing users a simple, affordable yet professional solution for the increasing demands of megapixel surveillance in SMB, retails, hospitality, and intelligent building. Based on the performance and the capacities, the NVR3000 series offers 2 models: the basic NVR3004 (4 bays) and the advanced NVR3008 (8 bays). The Linux-based systems feature all-in-one professional design, RAID 0, 1, 5, 6 to prevent video loss, and up to 64 channels of megapixel recording. “The megapixel application has been extended to the commercial market. Due to the limits on the performance and the functions, the standalone NVR solutions cannot be widely adapted in the entry-level applications,” said Casper Wu, Product Manager of Surveon. “On the other hand, the complexities of integration, installations, and high costs have restricted the PC-based solutions to middle to high scale projects.” Designed as the enterprise standalone RAID NVR, Surveon’s new NVR3000 offers partners simple, reliable, and cost-effective solutions to enter the mainstream market. The NVR3000 series comes with Surveon’s intuitive VMS, featuring enterprise-level functionalities such as real-time video analytics, smart investigation, remote monitoring and easy management. Moreover, the NVR3000 series is compatible with the advanced Surveon Control Centre, supporting TV matrix display and high scalability with unlimited cameras, NVRs and clients. With the NVR3000, SIs can easily handle either a single standalone deployment or a large retail chain application with central control and remote management. Surveon NVR product overview: Segment Economic (SMB) Professional (Standard) Enterprise (Mission-Critical) Type Desktop Standalone Embedded RAID NVR Professional Hot-Swappable RAID NVR Enterprise NVR Server Head with Subsystem Storage Model NVR3000 Series SMR Series NVR2100 + iSCSI Storage Channel 4-32 Channels; 4,8 HDD 4-64 Channels; 4, 8, 12, 16 HDD 16-64 Channels; Up to 120 HDD Market Level Entry to Middle Middle High-End Application Retail, SMB, Small School, Factory, Hotel, Restaurant Public Utility, Government, Hotel, Factory, School Bank, Casino, Transportation, Airport, City Surveillance Surveon provides the full line of NVR solutions for different market demands, with the Linux-based NVR3000 for entry-level applications, the hot-swappable hardware RAID SMR series for medium to large projects, and the NVR2100 series with subsystem storage, SAS, or IPSAN for the high-end markets. In addition, Surveon offers a comprehensive product line of megapixel cameras in different segments (Premium, Advanced, Professional, and Economical Series). All Surveon products are designed and manufactured in-house with industrial-grade components, ensuring high quality and stability.
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