Network Video Recording (NVR)
|All-in-one Network Video Recorder (NVR)|
IADVR is based on the rigorous selection of the best components in the global marketplace, offering the highest performance in terms of data processing and robustness. Criteria that meet or exceed the requirements of the military, security and information technology industry. IADVR is the benchmark in video information processing in the context of security and video surveillance.
All-in-one Network Recorder - Easiest to install, service
Supports all major plartorms: ISS, Exacq Vision, Milestone & Genetec
Fully supported with Windows 7, 8 & 10
Most robust desktops or servers built for Video surveillance
All models with Fanless CPU except enterprise with water-cooling system
3 years warranty with options to 5 or 10 years
Supports intelligent or analytics functions, like face or license plate recognition
On-site installation and support available in all of Canada and USA: Next business day or Same day
Our expertise in IT and security, added to our understanding of the concepts of broadband frames per second allows us to offer innovative and effective solutions. IADVR develops most advanced hardware and software solutions of intelligence and analytics in digital video recording (Intelligent & Analytical Digital Video Recorder - IADVR). The solution is designed to meet the growing needs of the recording of high-definition (HD) CCTV camera. Each Avatar is to represent the nature and definition of each security sphere. The fundamental basics of intelligent data processing for analytical automation and surveillance.
Understanding FPS from Enthusiast thehnology and relation with security:
Video Signal & flow rate concludes to Video Intelligence
CCTV technology is mainly based on ongoing changes to the pixels of an image, or rather on the calculated information while the image is still at the signal and before sending the image on a display. The increasing complexity of the signal caused by the evolution of its formats results in exponentially growing workload on a Security Management System. The higher the resolution of an image, the more elements it contains to analyse
CCTV is defined by Wikipedia as: CCTV (closed circuit television) is a system of cameras and transmission of images arranged in a public or private space to watch. The images obtained with this system can be automatically processed and/or viewed and archived or destroyed. The purpose of surveillance is to monitor the conditions of respect for safety & security or the execution or a particular procedure.
Altough the high-performance processing of the video signal is operated by several companies specializing in a specific market (Cinema industry, scientific laboratories, military defense, etc.),is can be seen in two spheres of so-called popular activities: The Video Games and CCTV. Those two spheres of activity require devices with components capable of processing a large number of high definition images (called frames) per seconds. Meanwhile, the quality of video games and the definition of cameras are constantly evolving, requiring more power to enable the processing of information in real time.
Bad frame rate affects the user experience in two ways, a too small frame rate per seconds does not offer the illusion of smooth motion and affect the ability of the user to interact with the game, while a substantial difference of frame rate per seconds produces the illution of erratic movements, either too slow or too fast.
Modern action games require players to follow moving objects and interact quickly. Frame rates of 30 to 60 frames per seconds are considered sufficient for most users, while other users equipped with more powerfull systems can reach well over 100 frames per seconds rates. The frame rate per computation of a frame consumes more time than is allowed between frames, the frame rate decreases.
While the video surveillance industry focuses on rates of around 20 to 30 frames per seconds with a resulution or 2 megapixels, the "gamers" evolve on equipement that can process more than 100 frames per seconds in high resolution.
At the same time, the availability and low cost of HD IP cameras enable organizations to expand the improve coverage of under surveilled areas. Superior video quality allows a considerable evolution of intelligent systems and analytical capabilities.