Technivision has committed itself to promoting the CURA range of digital video recorder (DVR) models within the market, in particular the sDVR (surveillance DVR).
According to Technivision, many end-users and manufacturers within the CCTV market are still thinking of a DVR as a replacement for a simple multiplexer and video machine installation. "It is sad that the only benefit the end-user realises from this short sighted view, is that of savings towards the servicing and maintenance of the system, where important aspects such as the integration of business processes and the automation of the security of a controlled environment are ignored," says the company. "Unfortunately the power of digitisation and the ability of digital systems to effectively manage the security of an environment, has also not featured so strongly within the decision making process of the end-user, whereas it seems that price is the determining factor."
In order to supply the market with a cost-effective yet high-quality product, Technivision and CURA have released the sDVR range of DVRs. The most important advantage of the sDVR, as with all of the other CURA models, is that the system and software are locally developed, making it possible to accommodate any special requirements the end-user might have, and which enables installation companies to differentiate themselves within the market.
The sDVR is earmarked to supply the market with an easy installable replacement of a multiplexer and video machine, whilst still offering a potential upgrade path to the CURA Intelligent Digital Video Recorder (iDVR).
For more information contact Technivision, 0861 10 30 30.
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