Dahua’s new AIoT Console

July 2024 IoT & Automation

With the rapid development of AI and IoT technology, the role of the NVR has had to adapt to keep up. Dahua Technology’s AIoT Console meets this new challenge by becoming the nerve centre of all devices on a network – whether they are cameras, alarms, access controllers, or video intercoms. The result is a unified, integrated network which can be seamlessly controlled and managed via the AIoT Console.

In using the AIoT Console, end users can benefit from data convergence and control, integrated responses to alarms, multi-angle video archiving, multi-type event retrieval, and flexible operations such as one-key arming and disarming. This redefines the value of an NVR for the user, providing more comprehensive, secure, and flexible visual intelligence solutions.

In the video arena, the AIoT Console provides advanced video AI analytics capabilities, such as face recognition, smart motion detection (SMD Plus), and vehicle/person detection, to get the most out of your cameras – including cameras without onboard analytics.

The AIoT Console delivers a new user interface, unified device management, unified arming and disarming, and unified event management:

New user interface: This splits the configuration and business modules, delivering a more logical structure that better matches the requirements of installers and end users. It also introduces a secondary-level menu to manage all functions of specific modules, increasing ease of use and reducing complexity.

Unified device management: Enables managing different devices from different systems in one NVR, saving system operation and maintenance costs, and realising multi-data convergence.

Unified arming and disarming: This can be enabled by keyfob, DMSS, and groups via the NVR. It helps enhance scenario adaptation and group devices based on actual scenarios, and enables quick management of different types of devices in the same scene. What’s more, it integrates the alarm system with the CCTV system, allowing easy arming and disarming by device group, and offering diverse methods for arming and disarming, for easier and more convenient operation.

Unified event management: Alarm triggers are linked to the activation of video recordings, historical alarm events are linked to specific video recordings, access control events can be seen from multiple camera angles, camera activations can be linked to wireless sirens to deter intruders, and custom events can be freely added and managed.

Dahua’s AIoT Console enables simpler and more seamless configuration and control of a network comprised of AI and IoT devices. It is well placed as a successor to the NVR, providing a unified recording and management tool for today’s diverse AI and IoT devices and networks.


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