XAD Unified Access Control DVR
The local user interface shall have the option of receiving and processing alarms/events automatically from the DVR. The operator must have the ability to receive, monitor, acknowledge, and search. The following video delivery options must be available during an alarm:
Run live video session on alarm: An alarm causes video of cameras connected to a DVR to be displayed in the grid area.
View recorded video from the time of the event after selecting its alarm in the list of alarms.
Automatic record for live alarm: The recording of a clip starts immediately and automatically when an alarm is received by The UADVR.
The local user interface shall include a search tool that allows the operator to search for events, logs, and data strings and instantly review the associated video, and transaction data.
The local user interface must have the ability to control outputs, to remotely control devices such as lights, door locks, warning sirens, or gates. Depending on the device, additional hardware may be required. The status of the general purpose outputs shall be displayed automatically in the local user interface.
The local user interface must have the ability to “trace” events, caused by natural causes, operator error, or misuse of the system, which may compromise the effectiveness of the Event-driven UADVR.
The local user interface shall offer the system's administrator the option of adding, modifying or removing passwords on all user accounts and the option of managing operators from the DVR (Local User Management) even when the DVR reports that users are being managed from a Central location (Central User Management).
The Unified Access Digital Video Recorder shall meet or exceed the following design and performance specifications.