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VIDEO SURVEILLANCE SYSTEM

VIDEO SURVEILLANCE SYSTEM

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VIDEO SURVEILLANCE SYSTEM

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  1. VIDEO SURVEILLANCE SYSTEM InfoGLOBAL · Virgilio, 2 · Ciudad de la Imagen · 28223 Pozuelo de Alarcón · Madrid (España) · Tel: +34 91 506 40 00 · Fax: +34 91 506 40 01 · info@infoglobal.es · www.infoglobal.es

  2. Index • Product definition • Elements of IG-Monitor System • Technical features • Encoder performances • Video Surveillance applications • System functionalities • System architecture

  3. Product Definition • IG-Monitor is a digital video surveillance system that allows the digitalization, recording and distribution of large amount of video sources, with different image qualities. • Image distribution, live or recorded, is accomplished through networks that supports TCP/IP protocol. • Images are stored locally in the encoder/recorder server to which the cameras are connected.

  4. Elements of IG-Monitor System (I) • IG-Monitor System is integrated by two main elements: • Encoder/recorder server • Remote video surveillance station

  5. Elements of IG-Monitor System (II) • ENCODER/RECORDER SERVER: • Able to capture up to 32 video cameras. • External rack mountable modules for video signal amplification. • Supports PAL or NTSC signals. • Number of recording hours completely scalable. • Industrial rack mountable chassis with forced ventilation, that supports more than 60º Celsius, specially designed for hostile environments. • Includes MS Windows 2000 Professional Operating System.

  6. Elements of IG-Monitor System (III) Encoder/Recorder Server models Video amplifier Basic chassis: 2 extractable HDD Amplifier for eight video inputs Massive storage chassis: 4 extractable HDD

  7. Elements of IG-Monitor System (IV) • REMOTE VIDEO SURVEILLANCE STATION: • Minimum hardware requirements: • Pentium II 266 Mhz. • 64 Mbytes RAM. • 1 Gbytes HDD. • Software requirements: • Microsoft Windows 2000. • Microsoft Windows NT Workstation 4.0. • Microsoft Windows 95. • Microsoft Windows 98. • Microsoft Windows Me

  8. Technical features (I) • Scalability: • Up to 32 video channels per encoder/recorder server. • An unlimited number of encoder/recorder servers and remote video surveillance stations can be connected to the network. • Cameras control: • Independent camera properties control. • Independent motion detection management with sensitivity and area control. • Independent priority control and frame rate selection. • Optionally: camera pan, tilt, zoom, focus and external alarm connection.

  9. Technical features (II) • Video data compression and storage: • Recording may be triggered by: - Motion detection - External alarm - Schedule task - Manually • Real time multi-stream MPEG-1 hardware encoding with automatic frame rate adjustment based on channel priority. • Compressed data rate and quality control independent for each channel. • Storage data rate from 12.5 to 284 Mb/hour per each camera connected to an encoder/recorder server. • Supports any digital storage media such as IDE or SCSI HDD, DAT tape, DVD-RAM, etc.

  10. Technical features (III) • Video distribution: • Uses TCP/IP protocol for video distribution to an unlimited number of remote video surveillance seats. • Entirely customizable: • Since InfoGLOBAL has the technology and development tools of the IG-Monitor system, it can be customized according to customer needs and preferences.

  11. Encoder performances • Designed to digitize and compress multi-channel video into MPEG-1 digital video format. • Encoder/recorder server incorporates up to 4 MPEG-1 encoder/multiplexor boards. • Each board allows up to eight analog video multiplexed NTSC or PAL input channels. • The encoder can handle a maximum of 30 frames per second video throughput for NTSC video format or 25 fps for PAL format. The chart below shows a relation of frames rate per each connected camera: • Allows independent control of properties such as video quality, priority, brightness and contrast for each camera.

  12. Video surveillance applications (I) • Simultaneous visualization and recording of all active or selected channels. • Simultaneous visualization of 1, 4, 9 or 16 video viewing panes. • Allows camera rounds.. • Each video pane allows the activation/deactivation of labels such as camera name, date and time. • Viewing pane could be zoomed up to twice its resolution. • Directly exports any video channel (live or recorded) to a standard MPEG-1 file. • Allows direct exportation from any source to static images with standard formats. • Optionally: visualize selected video channels in a standard TV monitor. • Works under any Windows operating system. • Application available in english and spanish.

  13. Video surveillance applications (II)

  14. System functionalities • An unlimited number of encoder/recorder servers and remote video surveillance IG-Monitor stations can be connected simultaneously to the system. • Camera’s management, visualization and playback can be done in a centralized way, with total control of its functionalities. • Video distribution is performed with IP unicast or multicast technology. • Takes advantage of existing network infrastructure, without the need of a dedicated network for its operation, offering an immediate spread of video surveillance stations at any network location.

  15. CONTROL POSITION IP/ATM Network CONSOLE CONCENTRATOR SWITCH IP RECORDING REAL TIME VIEW CONCENTRATOR/ CAMERAS DIGITALIZATION ETHERNET IP TERMINAL Coaxial “IP CAMERA” CONVENTIONAL CAMERA System Architecture