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Security Image Storage - 3VR - Facility Management Product Release
3VR SmartStorage is a technology that captures, catalogs and stores critical video information while reducing video storage requirements by as much 10 times when compared to traditional DVRs, according to the company.
The system uses analytics to identify and catalog the best images from within video and then save these images in Event Cards—3VR’s proprietary approach to managing and reviewing video events.
Event Cards are high-resolution images of faces, text, objects and motion that are identified by the system and indexed before they are stored. This approach saves only important video, reducing costs making essential video evidence readily available even across the largest surveillance deployments. Additionally, all 3VR systems provide RAID storage to protect video and event data from loss or corruption.
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