Digital video management system

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Wavestore DVR is a client/server-based system and has been designed to be incorporated into existing local area networks (LANs) or wide area networks (WANs). When networked, any number of Wavestore units (servers) can be linked together, with or without remote PCs (clients).

Full remote control/viewing can be achieved from one or more PCs or servers via the network. True multiserver view permits full control of any Wavestore server and viewing of live/recorded video via any network. Multiple users can connect to, and access, multiple Wavestore DVRs simultaneously, using existing desktop PCs. This enables the control of hundreds of cameras and local or remote viewing of their images in realtime (subject to bandwidth availability.

With its 'playback while recording' feature, recent or old video clips can be reviewed without interruption of recording on any of the channels. Sophisticated detection using 'dynamic leading edge' software with variable sensitivity to minimise false triggers, can be configured for each channel. Image recording rates are variable by camera and can be set independently. Many PTZ and dome cameras are fully supported, with intuitive and simple, fully-integrated mouse PTZ camera control.

For more information contact Wavelet Technology, 0944 208756 5480,

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