Spectiva Net is an ideal solution for installations where wireless TCP/IP links are more suitable than the conventional cabling, or anywhere a TCP/IP network infrastructure is available.
With SPECTIVA NET it is possible to supervise motion, visualize and record any native IP camera, or any camera encoded by supported encoders with different algorithms: H264, MPEG5 mainprofile, MEPG4, Wavelet and JPEG. Furthermore, it is possible to record a copy of each cameras images from any SPECTIVA connected to the network.
The multi-sector approach allows for the simultaneous recording of camera with two or more frequencies (FPS) and resolutions, with or without motion detection, in different physical places.
The new version of Spectiva includes the new functions of ‘’counting’’ (the system ‘’counts’’ the movements between different video area) and of ‘’crowd detection’’ ( the system monitors people or objects sending an alarm at a given threshold). Spectiva Net is available in the 4 or 32 IP video inputs configuration.
OPEN SYSTEMS PROVIDED BY RTP/RTSP PROTOCOLS
Standard real time transport and streaming protocols RTP/RTSP have been implemented on the latest versions of Spectiva to answer a well known demand of integration (RTP/RTSP protocols ‘’open’’ systems and perfect capability.) Data transport is also enhanced by a control
protocol (RTCP) to allow monitoring of data delivery to large multicast networks in a scalable way, and to provide minimal control and identification functionalities.
HIGH PERFORMANCE AND QUALITY
Recording speed up to 800 images per second at maximum quality/resolutionp
True Pentaplex functionality: simultaneous recording, Playing, viewing, archiving and transmitting at all times, regardless of image content or system activity
Multi-sector recording – multiple recording speeds, recording qualities and recording times for each camera
Multiple playback of synchronized audio and video from one or more SPECTIVA servers
Support for multi-encoder tenchology
Support for multi brand multi mega pixel network camera (32 IP)
Motion detection – integrated dynamic neural networks based motion detection, configurable for each input
Motion tracking and behaviour analysis with new Deepath1 algorithm
Neural search – intelligent neural network based image search based on movements or objects contained with a camera view
Permancy detection – detect any specific object or movements within any camera view and raise an alarm