Video servers (IP transmission) Comparison: Dahua Technology, Siqura  (4)

 
Video Inputs
4
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1
1
Audio Input
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Alarm Input
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--
--
Video Outputs
21
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1
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Compression Type
H.264/ JPEG /M-JPEG/MPEG-4
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MPEG-4
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System Requirements
LINUX
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--
--
Data Input
--
--
Network Protocols
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TCP/IP
TCP/IP
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Image per second (IPS)
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25 / 30 fps
30
Transmission type
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--
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Fibre optic
Video Outputs
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--
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up to 20
Image Colour
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Colour
Compression Type
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--
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H.264, MPEG-2, MJPEG, MPEG-4
Interface
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--
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1xRS232, 1xRS422/485 (2- or 4-wire)
Network Protocols
--
--
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HTTP API
Image Frame Rate
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1 ~ 30

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Harness The Wind
Harness The Wind

Securing economic expansion Chile is without a doubt one of the largest exporters of copper in the world, something that accounts for its strong trade relations with the emerging economic superpower, China. Despite these rich mineral deposits and promising dealings, Chile has a limited supply of energy resources and has therefore taken a number of progressive steps in support of renewable energy sources. Consequently, wind farms are popping up all over the country. Naturally ensuing this development are the means to monitor and secure these highly important areas. Near the town of Los Vilos, the two wind farms have recently been built. They share a video surveillance system from the systems integrator, Dessin Electrónica Ltda., and TKH Security Solutions USA, the manufacturer of advanced global video surveillance solutions. This new surveillance system includes an array of cameras, sensors, communication systems, viewing and management workstations, and network video recorders (NVR). It is intended to monitor the wind turbines and manage the farm’s perimeter for security purposes. Centralized oversight Using Siqura high-speed PTZ IP dome cameras to monitor every two or three wind turbines, video streams are sent to a central control room. The system is configured with video motion detection, and motion sensors are connected to the cameras’ input/output ports. This makes it possible to alert operators in the control room of unusual or suspicious occurrences. Siqura cameras are also mounted at various points along the perimeter of the wind farm terrains, including the main entrances and visitor viewing areas. In addition to image material, audio streams are sent to Siqura S-60 D decoders, allowing for public announcements to be made over an intercom system. From the control center, security personnel keep a close eye on the situation and take action when necessary through the video management system, Siqura VMS Pro. Siqura VMS Pro is a multiserver, multi-user IP surveillance management system used for monitoring real-time and recorded video, audio, and text data, and to control cameras and I/O devices. The software supports surveillance systems consisting of digital IP cameras, video servers, and recorders in IP surveillance networks. Through the intelligent search options and event handling included in Siqura VMS Pro, relevant recordings will be saved on one of two hardware network video recorders (Siqura i-NVR). Via this centralized VMS system, operators can view live video, search recordings, and manage intrusion, access, and deterrence controls. Ultimately, this enables personnel to ensure the immediate safety of the wind farm and its employees and visitors, as well as to use video images for forensic verification if required. Ensuring a successful surveillance solution    Siqura cameras are mounted at various points along the perimeter of the wind farm terrains With such a multifaceted system, engineers from Dessin and Siqura did extensive testing throughout the design and implementation stages of the project to ensure its success. The initial testing was carried out at Dessin’s own testing facilities and entailed a demonstration of the system to the end-user. Thereafter, Dessin and Siqura tested the system at the wind farms upon implementation, giving the systems integrator and manufacturer the opportunity to fine-tune the network’s configuration. The ultimate solution was tested in a final demonstration for the end-user’s management team, with gratifying results. Due to the success of this surveillance network, it is being replicated in other important power and distribution plants throughout Chile. Powering progress In a country rife with minerals and natural resources, having enough energy is critical to fuel economic growth. However, in order to have enough energy, Chile has had to get innovative. As a result, alternative sources of energy are becoming increasingly popular and wind power is now widespread throughout this Andean nation. Ensuring the safety and security of these wind farms is therefore vital to progress. Through working together, companies like TKH Security Solutions USA and Dessin are able to help protect the people and property at these modern power plants, guaranteeing that the economy is free to grow and expand.

LILIN IP-Based Solutions Upgrade Surveillance Systems At TNB’s Corporate Branches In Malaysia
LILIN IP-Based Solutions Upgrade Surveillance Systems At TNB’s Corporate Branches In Malaysia

The IP-based video surveillance system consists of a LILIN NVR recorder, HD video decoder, VMS software, and IP cameras Background Tenaga Nasional Berhad (TNB) is a leading utility company in Asia and the largest electricity utility in Malaysia. The company has been keeping the lights on in Malaysia since 1949, powering national development via the provision of reliable and efficient electricity. TNB servers an estimated 8.3 million customers in Peninsular Malaysia, Sabah, and Labuan, and the company needed to convert their analog systems to IP video systems for its new office in Subang Jaya, Selangor and the rest of branches across 10 different locations. Surveillance System Upgrade: Analog To IP TNB recently upgraded the surveillance system at its 10 corporate branches in Malaysia to an IP-based video surveillance system consisting of a LILIN NVR recorder (NVR116D), HD video decoder (VD022), VMS software (CMX), and more than 120 units of LILIN IP cameras including IR outdoor bullet cameras (LR7022), stylish embedded domes (LR2322), and IR vandal domes (LR6122). Security Products Installed: Day & Night 1080P HD Vari-Focal Dome IR IP Camera - LR2322EX3.6 ×65 pcs Day & Night 1080P HD IR IP Camera - LR7022EX3.6 ×28 pcs Day & Night 1080P HD Vandal Resistant Dome IR IP Camera - LR6122EX3.6 ×34 pcs 1080P Real-time Multi-touch 16 Channel Standalone NVR - NVR116D H.264 1080P Real-Time HD Video Decoder - VD022 Video Management Software - CMX LILIN Surveillance System Features & Benefits LILIN NVR systems are embedded; they are recognized for their stability essential in various environments, whereas PC dependent solutions have a reputation for crashing without warning. End-users are impressed with the remote viewing and touch-screen monitor features. LILIN surveillance solutions provide dependable round-the-clock monitoring of multiple branches that are spaced a significant distance apart from each other.

Sony Video Surveillance, Alarms, And Access Control Systems Deployed At Beijing Subway
Sony Video Surveillance, Alarms, And Access Control Systems Deployed At Beijing Subway

Sony deployed a combination of analog cameras and network cameras to implement HD monitoring along Changping line Background The Beijing Subway serves the city’s urban and suburban districts, considerably relieving pressure on other types of public transportation. Total operating track length is projected to reach 420 km in 2012, and a new 31.24-km Changping line runs north from downtown Beijing to suburban Changping, with stops at an innovation center, Life Science Park, technology park, Shahe University Park, the old part of Changping, the eastern area of newer Changping, and the Ming Tombs scenic area. Sony began providing video security solutions to the Beijing Subway in 2006, and Sony technology is now incorporated in lines 1, 2, 4, 5, and 10. Challenges There are a number of challenges in designing effective safety measures for the Beijing Subway, which serves a dense and highly mobile population and carries large numbers of passengers. It serves both downtown and the suburbs, with stops both above and below ground. And its 12 security systems – including video surveillance, alarms, access control, and communications – must be mutually compatible. Solution Sony solution Sony is deploying a combination of analog cameras and network cameras to implement high-definition monitoring along the Changping line. Wide-angle color cameras and vandal-resistant dome cameras are installed at entrances and exits – areas where lighting conditions vary greatly and where 24-hour monitoring is required. These systems provide wide coverage and capture facial features and other important object details. These cameras connected with advanced face detection systems are installed near escalators, stairs, ticket offices, elevators, and security gates. If one of these cameras detects an incident, it can lock on the suspect while at the same time sending an alarm, together with images, to the management system. Consequently, managers are on the alert as needed. Analog ultra-low-light dome cameras are deployed in the relatively dark and spacious underground passages. These cameras cover a wide angle and generate high-quality images: bright, with low noise, and with no trailing. They automatically switch between day mode and night mode to work under both daytime and night-time lighting. Analog rapid dome cameras, with 36x optical zoom, are installed within crowded station hallways to provide robust monitoring, with the ability to capture facial details and generate alarms. Sony intelligent network video encoders and Sobey decoders are used to provide faster, more efficient data transmission and video management. Results Sony cameras deliver three important advantages: they work under wide dynamic lighting conditions; they work under low light; and they automatically switch between day mode and night mode. As a result, they provide excellent HD monitoring services at security checkpoints, gates, platforms, and escalators. Together with SNT-EX104 Intelligent Network Video Encoders and the Sobey decoders, they deliver an effective management platform for HD monitoring.