Avigilon Launches the Control Center Edge Solution High Definition Recorder

Avigilon Corporation announced the addition of the Avigilon Control Center (ACC) Edge Solution (ES) High Definition (HD) Recorder to its innovative product portfolio. The ACC ES HD Recorder delivers complete support for HD cameras up to 7K (30 MP) resolution, full performance of the Avigilon Control Center (ACC) software and powerful remote access capabilities in a compact design.

The ACC ES HD Recorder is ideal for centralized monitoring of critical infrastructure; it offers intelligent monitoring deployed onsite at the network edge, the ability to store high amounts of HD video data remotely and the ability to view live or recorded video from long distances upon demand. Locations such as upstream oil and gas pipelines, power substations and telecommunications towers are well-suited to use the ACC ES HD Recorder to record critical video and keep their people, property and assets safe.

“Geographically-dispersed sites, especially critical infrastructure facilities, have traditionally been a challenge to monitor due to their remote location, reduced on-site staff and limited network capacity and bandwidth,” said Avigilon’s Chief Technology Officer and Senior Vice President, Dr. Mahesh Saptharishi. “The ACC ES HD Recorder embeds Avigilon’s core technologies in a compact device, providing end users with a complete solution.”

The ACC ES HD Recorder features four Power over Ethernet (POE) network ports that support Avigilon’s full range of HD cameras, from 1 megapixel (MP) to 7K (30 MP) resolution. The appliance is available in 2 terabyte (TB) and 4 TB storage models. Multiple appliances can be combined as a single logical site to support larger installations.

The ACC ES HD Recorder is equipped with the ACC software featuring Avigilon’s patented High Definition Stream Management (HDSM) technology, which provides efficient bandwidth and storage management, enabling users to view even the highest resolution cameras over a remote connection. When paired with Avigilon’s HD cameras with self-learning video analytics, the solution offers rules and alarms to enable proactive incident response.

The ACC ES HD Recorder will be demonstrated at the Avigilon stand (G950) at the IFSEC International tradeshow in London, UK from June 16 - 18, 2015.

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