AVerMedia Hybrid DVR
At 360 Security Solutions, we provide our customers with the very best surveillance equipment in order for you to have the protection you need now along with room for development. AVerMedia hybrid DVRs provide businesses with an ideal method of balancing existing and new security camera technologies, allowing you to optimize your system without having to start from scratch.
Founded in 1990, AVer has become one of the world’s leading companies in the, research, design and manufacture of ‘high level digital security surveillance equipment’. Their highly innovative products have received high levels of acclaim, and accreditation from our customers.
With innovation and cutting-edge technology, AVer provides a comprehensive range of high definition digital video surveillance products for the CCTV market. Our range of products includes, second generation Hybrid DVR’s, Embedded Hybrid DVRs and much more.
IWH3216 Touch II
AVer’s IWH3216 Touch II is an example of the latest hybrid technology they have on offer. Incorporating the latest dual core processor, which delivers significant CPU performance on multiple concurrent tasks and superb video quality. The Touch II is ideal for medium and multisite applications.
- Supports H.264 H/W compression with real-time recording and display.
- 16CH hybrid capability with intelligent streaming providing excellent preview performance.
- Provides advanced alarm notifications
- Wide-range security deployment and intelligent video integration, such as POS machine, ATM, FaceFinder, Visual Search, and PTZ Tracking.
- Remote software integration: PCViewer, iViewer for iPhone and iPad, and AndroidViewer.
AVer’s video intelligence allows users to cut through the large amount footage from high-volume videos by detecting unfolding situations in real-time. Advanced technologies, such as missing object detection, scene change, face detection and many more, combined with advanced alarm management, create an effective and superior surveillance system.
Advanced Alarm System
When a camera’s sensor is triggered, the DVR’s alarm mechanism trigger specific actions to address the situation, from activating warning sirens to uploading footage to a remote server for added security, and sending out emails to management positions.