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Digital Video Manager - Honeywell Building Solutions - Facility Management Product Release
The DVM R300 is a Digital Video Manager from Honeywell that features a multi-scene interface, advanced video analytics, camera-tamper detection and support for streamer I/O and bi-directional audio.
DVM allows users to view, record, play back and store security video clips across an existing or dedicated network. With the interface, operators can tailor the cameras they see on screen with drag-and-drop configuration. The interface supports both standard and widescreen formats.
The intelligent video analytics allow the DVM to generate real-time alarms based on specific activity and behaviors. For example, the analytics tools can automatically alert operators and start recording video if a vehicle parks in a restricted zone or someone removes an object under surveillance. The tools can track as many as 20 targets in each camera view and report on more than 35 actionable events.
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