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New digital video recorder system provides event-driven and real-time digital video recording

Honeywell Specialty Materials : 11 May, 2006  (New Product)
Honeywell today released Rapid Eye Multi-Media DSP, a 16 channel Digital Video Recorder that simultaneously records, searches, and transmits live and recorded video, audio, and data transactions. Benefits of the system include superior live video images, dramatically improved capture rates and recorded images, event-driven and accelerated response recording, and increased internal storage capacity up to 2 TB.
Honeywell today released Rapid Eye Multi-Media DSP, a 16 channel Digital Video Recorder that simultaneously records, searches, and transmits live and recorded video, audio, and data transactions. Benefits of the system include superior live video images, dramatically improved capture rates and recorded images, event-driven and accelerated response recording, and increased internal storage capacity up to 2 TB.

“The new Rapid Eye system is ideal for applications where centralized video management is essential and users require fully-featured remote capabilities,” said Frank Ramos, global product manager for Honeywell Video Systems. “Video verification and sophisticated integration with existing physical security infrastructures, such as alarm panels and access control systems, are the hallmarks of this new Rapid Eye system.”

The Rapid Eye Multi-Media DSP system consists of three major components: a new video recorder unit capable of real-time digital video recording; a workstation/server-based administration tool capable of enterprise-wide site and user management; and a feature-rich, workstation-based program that offers operators complete remote capabilities.

Rapid Eye DSP is ideal for use in commercial, industrial, municipal, financial, or retail markets, and is compatible with all previous generations of Rapid Eye units, making it easy to integrate into existing Rapid Eye or CCTV installations and physical security systems.
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