Operating on the Geutebruck stand is the new multi-standard software which not only allows all M-JPEG and H.264 based standard digital compression processes - including specialist video surveillance ones like MPEG4CCTV, H264CCTV - to be used in the same system, but which supports ONVIF-compliant IP cameras and 16/9 HD-format cameras as well as analogue, digital and megapixel ones. In addition, this new ‘omnibrid’ multi-standard video processing provides real-time signal trans-coding which allows streams from third party IP cameras to be made compatible with Geutebruck video analysis processes.
Video content analysis in the form of video motion detection (VMD), camera position authentication (CPA), activity detection (AD), object tracking (Obtrack) and automatic number plate recognition (ANPR) is being demonstrated on the new GeViScope-AS/R - a new extra-powerful analytics system for processing 24 or more channels at once. With a redundant power supply, an SSD system hard disk, a separate graphics card and the latest computer hardware, the GeViScope-AS/R delivers high availability and high performance.
On show too are the flexible operator units: Pilot/Center, Pilot/Joy and Pilot/Jog. Whether used separately or in combination, to suit the operator and the application, these units offer intuitive handling and excellent system control. Features include back-lighting for colour-coded customised operating scenarios, as well as extra security and redundancy for managing GeViScope, re_porter or GeViStore systems.
For documenting and analysing situations where there is no direct system link to the camera Geutebruck now offer a new solution: the 'Nano DVR'. With the latest firmware for VIPCAM-DN101/PX and CAM2IP enabling these video sources to store video data on standard commercial cards, whether you have a network connection or not, you can now use basic activity detection to store up to 32 hours of 2CIF format live video on a 32 GB card. Visit www.geutebrueck.com for more information.