NVR SOLUTIONS

Ayonix Face recognition system supports NVR (network video recording) recording directly from our application.

A network video recorder (NVR) is a software program that records video in a digital format to a disk drive, USB flash drive, SD memory card or other mass storage device. An NVR contains no dedicated video capture hardware. However, the software is typically run on a dedicated device, usually with an embedded operating system.

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Camera

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NVR Devices

HOW SYSTEM WORKS

Ayonix Face recognition system acquires live camera streams by LAN connection. Server makes a processing on camera stream and gives an alarm if a match is found.

In the meantime, all transactions (face images) are added to the connected NVR device.

If customer wants to add someone from old records, for example, from a record which belongs to 3 months ago, customer open Ayonix enrollment station to search and add person face image to the Face recognition server.

A sample configuration is given below.

Features

  • Very easy to install. It auto detects the cameras
  • Very easy to use, featuring an excellent user interface.
  • Map displays allow you to visually select cameras
  • Access live and recorded video on local, remote and mobile devices
  • Continuous motion, time line
  • Easy export of selected video for evidence
  • Many powerful features for finding the video you need and exporting for evidence
  • Continuous motion, time or alarm-based recording configurable per camera
  • Search recorded video with a timeline search or graphical thumbnail search, playback multiple cameras simultaneously
  • Easily control PTZ cameras
  • Export audio, video and pictures to be easily e-mailed or saved
  • View an instant replay of video from any camera

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HOW TO RUN THE SYSTEM

Step 1:

Open NVR, Face recognition system and cameras.

Step 2:

Select your cameras, but always make sure they are compatible with the software.

Step 3:

Select your Camera lenses, mounting hardware and enclosures

Step 4:

Run APS(Face recognition system) service that supports your camera system