HERNIS launches new CCTV system more flexible than ever!

2013-02-13

HERNIS is proud to launch our new CCTV control system, HERNIS Flex.
HERNIS Flex offers full flexibility in infrastructure across multiple transmission technologies, creating a sophisticated CCTV system, limited only by your creativity. HERNIS Flex CCTV achieves a complete IP architecture or accepts analog/serial signals if required. Systems are deliberately designed to maximize hi-speed manipulation, superior video quality and reliable recording requirements. HERNIS state of the art CCTV systems components and software are comprised of superbly designed components and software, enabling the end user to meet extreme CCTV performance criteria in any EX or harsh environment, anywhere in the world. HERNIS Flex CCTV architecture, including video and alarm management applications utilize one common infrastructure provided by an Ethernet backbone and supervised by a system server. The accessibility of digital IT networks, copper and wireless, adds a high level of flexibility to the CCTV system.
A complete turnkey system easily incorporates with third party telecommunications, alarms, hardware, software or DCS management and security systems. Straight forward connection to external low-voltage input/output devices (such as visual/ audible alarms, PIRs, smoke, gas, flame detectors etc.) enables HERNIS Flex CCTV system to improve operator efficiency and reduce incident response time, significantly adding to the integrity of any system and safety of any facility. In the event of a security incident the CCTV images enhance coordination and provide invaluable input for critical decision processes. The HERNIS Alarm Management application (HAM) adds true sophistication to your Flex CCTV system in emergency situations. HERNIS Flex CCTV Systems, from straightforward small systems to large complex systems, are designed and engineered for the following functional capabilities:

  • Remote and local system transmission and control via Satellite, Radio Link, Internet, Analog and Serial (zero latency)
  • Complete system diagnostics, down to each component
  • Remote administration
  • User friendly software that accesses many layers of information

HERNIS Flex system camera stations are linked to a camera-dedicated network via an integrated transmitter/receiver unit. The video signal from the IP camera station is encoded and streamed to a HERNIS Video Extender, allowing a virtually unlimited number cameras and users to access the video. The architecture supports dual video streams from each camera enabling image quality from each encoder to be controlled individually and set to transmit at different rates to meet different user requirements and adapt to possible hardware/network limitations. Authorized operators are able to control cameras, and monitor live and recorded video from any camera from any point on the network, depending upon user profile priority. The Flex system is designed for robust flexibility. Uptime is maximized by employing separate communication networks, redundant system servers and power supplies in the main central equipment. The use of RAID discs for video storage assures dependable archived video without loss in case of damage to discs. Flexible recording capabilities increase the integrity of the Flex CCTV system.

Morken, Pernille, HERNIS Scan Systems AS.

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