Digital Video Manager - Honeywell - Facility Management Product Release
Digital Video Manager (DVM) R620, enables organizations to more easily secure large-scale security operations with features that improve operator efficiency and situational awareness for faster incident identification and resolution, and power more accurate and reliable security operations. It features an enhanced user interface and includes major updates to how operators can capture, access and manage live and recorded video, reliably and efficiently. Based on a highly available distributed architecture, the system features edge recording playback and backfill capabilities, capturing video footage on camera memory cards, and then backfilling the footage to the system’s main server. These features make the system more resilient in response to interruptions ranging from routine system maintenance, to network or server failures and cybersecurity issues, and ensure cameras more consistently and reliably capture video footage, wherever they are located.
In addition, DVM R620 includes an improved and more intuitive user interface. New productivity features include bookmarking, which lets operators easily annotate and navigate video footage. DVM R620 also supports open standards like the Open Network Video Interface Forum (ONVIF) standard.
In addition to improved resiliency, usability and interoperability, DVM R620 enables organizations to:
• Seamlessly authenticate video footage — When exporting video for evidence purposes, operators can add watermarks or use digital signatures to prove video authenticity and its source, reducing the need for third-party applications.
• Keep footage secure — DVM R620 exports footage in password-protected files to promote safety and security.
• Use network and hardware resources more efficiently — The system uses a lower resolution for video streams, freeing up valuable network bandwidth and requiring less from individual monitors for decompressing and video rendering.
DVM is a component of Honeywell Enterprise Buildings Integrator (EBI), a building management system that ties all aspects of a security solution together, including video surveillance, access control and intrusion detection. EBI also integrates comfort, life safety, energy and other core facility controls, providing users a single point of access to the essential information and resources needed to monitor, manage and protect a facility, campus or multi-site operation.
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