IP-based video management system is optimized for facial, license plate recognition

The Siqura DIVA is applicable in a range of surveillance applications, including perimeter/homeland security, theft/vandalism prevention, and intrusion detection.

Gouda, the Netherlands -- Siqura B.V., manufacturer of advanced IP video surveillance systems and a member of TKH Group, announced the release of Siqura DIVA, its IP-based video management system.

With a full-featured live-viewing and playback user-interface, Siqura DIVA offers built-in intelligence for facial recognition and license plate recognition for security applications. In combination with Siqura's IP cameras and codecs, the company says the Siqura DIVA is applicable in a wide range of surveillance situations, including perimeter security, homeland security, theft/vandalism prevention, and intrusion detection.

A VMS solution, the system is suited for both "small operations of ten streams or a complex network of well over 1000 cameras," according to the company. In either case, the system is designed to successfully manage the network and applies analytics algorithms to detect and recognize faces and license plates. Since operators often require different features and functionalities, it is possible to configure the Siqura DIVA user-interface and video wall layout to fit the needs of each specific user profile. This ensures that those using Siqura DIVA have an accessible and user-friendly application at their finger-tips.

It is easy to integrate Siqura DIVA with third-party systems, maintains the company. Besides supporting a wide range of subsystems, including access control, data synchronization, intrusion, and building management, Siqura DIVA provides flexible XML data output to communicate its events to third-party applications. Furthermore, Siqura DIVA can integrate with a matrix switch to provide a hybrid solution. This ultimately facilitates the migration from existing analog infrastructure to an IP installation.

Finally, Siqura DIVA's failover server ensures the reliability and availability of the entire system It monitors a specified list of servers. If no response is received from one of the servers, the failover server takes on the settings of that server and starts to function as that server. Several failover servers can be defined to monitor different groups of active servers. Additionally, Siqura DIVA monitors the position and image quality of connected cameras to verify the effectiveness of the applied analytics.

More Info:www.tkhgroup.com

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