With the increased use of megapixel cameras and video analytics over the past couple years, there has been a greater need for more powerful network video recorders (NVRs). Luckily, the technology on the recorder side has been able to keep pace. This allows us to offer more powerful NVRs than ever before, but at lower price points and with a wider range of solutions to meet every customer need. And, with many users migrating from analog to IP, we made sure that with each new series of hardware, there would be full support for analog and IP cameras on the same recorder.
Comprehensive Solutions For Every Customer
This week, 3VR introduced the 1000, 3000 and 4000-series of hybrid NVRs. In addition to the 5000/5500-series hybrid NVRs released last month, the new lineup of hardware covers the needs of small, medium and large-sized installations. Each recorder is optimized for the preloaded 3VR VisionPoint™ VMS video management software, which includes health monitoring, forensic search, case management and live video monitoring in an all-in-one turnkey solution.
Each NVR and hybrid NVR supports seamless integration with POS, Access Control, ATM, Teller, and other external data systems, often with bi-directional support.
Power Up to the Enterprise
If you have multiple sites, each model is an enterprise-capable box that can connect to other 3VR recorders throughout the network using 3VR’s optional enterprise server. This allows you to view, manage, and search video at any time throughout the network using a mobile device, a remote client, or locally using 3VR’s OpCenter. Whether you decide to purchase the economical 1000-series or the 5500-series powerhouse, each model supports integration and can interconnect and communicate on an enterprise network.
Here’s a rundown of the new line of hybrid network video recorders from 3VR:
- 1000-series: An economical hybrid analog and IP camera solution with support for up to 16 cameras.
- 3000-series: A cost-effective desktop solution with support for up to 16 channels of analog or 48 IP cameras, with plenty of power to run 3VR’s award-winning analytics.
- 4000-series: Support for RAID and JBOD configurations, and up to 32 analog and 48 IP cameras, this rackmount workhorse is designed for medium-sized installations.
- 5000/5500-series: Supports up to 48 analog and 128 IP cameras, RAID and JBOD configurations, and up to 16TB internal storage in a highly reliable rackmount solution.
Add Video Analytics For Faster Investigations, Business Intelligence
All models support 3VR’s award-winning analytics. The optional analytics are completely integrated into the system allowing for Facial Surveillance, License Plate Recognition, Advanced Object tracking, or business intelligence analytics with reporting capabilities such as Queue Line Detection, Demographics and Dwell time. No extra hardware is needed.
When the analytics are used for forensic search, each NVR becomes a powerful search tool that allows users to quickly find suspects and their vehicles by searching for faces, direction of movement, speed, color of their shirt, license plates, age, gender, and more.
When used for business intelligence, 3VR's reporting capabilities can tell a business owner which displays are succeeding, how many people entered the store, what time of day the lines are longest, and the age range and gender breakdown of customers, to name a few. When combined with POS reports, you have a powerful business tool that can help you to better understand your business. The new network video recorders from 3VR make this possible.