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The central monitoring system software shall utilize database for CMS log data for associated video file storage.

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Individual camera configuration shall be available within the central monitoring system software on a video settings panel that consolidates all video settings.

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Configuration of the recording of each video feed from the cameras connected to the UADVR shall be available within the central monitoring system software, on a recording panel that consolidates all video recording settings.

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The operator shall be able to dynamically move, size, and tile individual camera and/or text windows, either during a live or retrieval session, within the central monitoring system software. The viewing windows shall be detachable and scalable without preset limitations.

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The central monitoring system software shall allow an operator to listen to live audio, or broadcast audio from an operator’s CMS PC to multiple UADVRs, and to review recorded audio.

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The central monitoring system software shall include the ability to monitor and/or search up to 8 / 16 / 32 streams of POS or ATM generated data, such as from cash registers, ATM. The streams must be viewed as an overlay on the videos. The operator shall have the ability to search for specific strings of text, (such as “no sale”) and be able to make the video pop-up when the time of event happens.

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The central monitoring system software shall have the option of receiving and processing alarms/events automatically from multiple UADVR’s, either by LAN/WAN, or both. The operator must have the ability to receive, view, acknowledge, and memo. A notification of an alarm occurrence is always immediate. An alarm icon must appear to blink, and the operators PC can produce an audible sound through speakers. The following video delivery options must be available during an alarm:

XAD Unified Access Control DVR

SPECIFICATION DATA

Rev.A

  • a.

    Run live video session on alarm: An alarm causes live video of cameras connected to a DVR to be displayed as soon as the alarm reaches the operator’s PC.

  • b.

    Launch a recorded video on selection from alarm list: During an alarm, the operator retrieves the video from the time of the event by selecting an alarm from the alarm list.

  • c.

    Automatic record for live alarm: Recording of a clip starts immediately and automatically when an alarm is received at the operator’s PC.

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