SEDOR® is a high-performance and self-learning video analysis system which provides outstanding analytical results due to state-of-the-art image analysis algorithms and the constant adjustment of the system parameters to the current surrounding conditions (auto-adaptation). If used together with the different analysis applications, it can serve a variety of surveillance and counting purposes.
The DVS DVS 800 IPS is a compact and versatile SEDOR® video analysis server appliance on basis of the VideoNetBox II. The well-proven hardware supports the analysis of up to 4 IP video channels and the recording of up to 8 IP video channels.
The dedicated analysis server software DVS Analysis Server is configured using the integrated SEDOR® WebGUI over Ethernet (browser). Together with the optional licenses for the various SEDOR® analysis applications, up to 4 IP video channels can be used for video analysis.
Analysis results can be output in real time directly to the external management clients PGuard advance and SMAVIA Viewing Client. In addition, they can be sent as a message in XML format or used for the control of external relays over Ethernet.
The integrated VideoIP server software SMAVIA Recording Server is configured over Ethernet with a browser. The basic version is already equipped with licenses for the recording of 2 IP video channels. It can be expanded with up to 6 additional IP video channels using license codes.
The corresponding software SMAVIA Viewing Client for Microsoft Windows*) operating systems allows for the independent and convenient evaluation of the recordings over Ethernet (LAN/WAN).
The DVS 800 IPS has a compact housing and is perfectly suited for wall mountings.