Hikvision has launched Blazer Pro, an all-in-one high-end server solution designed to meet the needs of medium to large camera count, mission-critical surveillance network projects.
Combining Hikvision’s Video Management System software and data storage into one physical server solution, Blazer Pro is capable of handling up to 128 or 256-channels. Catering for any large to mid-size surveillance application, the all-in-one server not only performs basic functions like recording, live view, playback, and alarm management, but also optional advanced functionality such as ANPR, business intelligence, and people counting.
Using a dual-boards design, the solution ensures a fail-proof backup system with the server board and storage board working independently so that in the advent of VMS server failure, normal recording, preview and playback functionality remain unaffected. The system uses Linux, providing more dependable operation.
In a project with several local NVRs performing local recording and using Blazer Pro as the central platform managing those NVRs, if a local problem occurs with an NVR or it is removed (stolen), all is not lost, as the unit will retain the key IP channel’s data from that local site. This fail-safe solution is facilitated by key IP channel streams being simultaneously transmitted in real-time, from the local NVR, to the central server.
Blazer Pro boasts many advanced video footage and system safety technologies, including flexible user management, which allows users to prioritise access for management and personnel – to ensure that staff members can be allocated an appropriate system access authority.
Providing effective system awareness and identification, Blazer Pro’s alarm management interface is a simple and friendly interface that displays real-time performance and alarm
notification, making it easier to identify an alarm, locate relevant video and associated information in a single window.
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