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Video surveillance integrated in HMI/SCADA

Advantech UK : 16 April, 2006  (New Product)
The Advantech VBOX is an industrial-grade DVR product for the industrial automation market, capable of integrating HMI/SCADA industrial automation applications to expand the eAutomation scope.
The Advantech VBOX is an industrial-grade DVR product for the industrial automation market, capable of integrating HMI/SCADA industrial automation applications to expand the eAutomation scope.

The demand to provide video-surveillance information is on the increase. Whether for monitoring or improving safety in factories, server rooms, and industrial environments, the ability to collect high quality images for real-time processing and later for playback is critical. VBOX meets the requirements of these critical application environments with its flexible digital video network, proven reliability, and robustness.

The Advantech VBOX utilizes the ubiquitous IP protocol to allow users to access real-time video display via a network PC located anywhere over the Ethernet. Its powerful remote surveillance capability integrates multiple proprietary networks into a single cost-effective Ethernet network architecture, providing users the flexibility to remotely manage industrial environments via the web browser.

The Advantech VBOX provides seamless integration with industrial automation application software. It enables managers to view on a single screen the most current status of equipments, machines, controllers, sensors, and actuators on the factory floor. From the screen, they can detect and improve the health and safety in an industrial environment. Therefore, the integration of control, video, and audio information into one SCADA system is quite significant in industrial automation applications.
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