SEDOR® is a high-performance and self-learning video analysis system which provides outstanding analytical results due to state-of-the-art image analysis algorithms and the constant adjustment of the system parameters to the current surrounding conditions (auto-adaptation). If used together with the different analysis applications, it can serve a variety of surveillance and counting purposes.
The DVS 2500 is a SEDOR® video analysis server appliance for the analysis of up to 24 IP-based video streams. The dedicated server software DVS Analysis Server is installed ex factory and configured with a browser over Ethernet using the integrated SEDOR® WebGUI. Together with the optional licenses for the various SEDOR® analysis applications (Intruder, Object Counting, Art) up to 24 channels can be used for video analysis according to demand.
The integrated VideoIP server software SMAVIA Recording Server can be used for the storage and playback of up to 24 IP-based audio and video streams. The corresponding software SMAVIA Viewing Client for Windows 7/8/10 operating systems allows for an independent and convenient evaluation of the recordings via Ethernet (LAN/WAN).
Features DVS Analysis Server
- Supports up to 24 analysis channels
- Licenses for analysis optional
- Supports Dallmeier network cameras
- SEDOR® analysis application Intruder optional
- SEDOR® analysis application Object Counting optional
- SEDOR® analysis application Art optional
- SEDOR® WebGUI for the analysis configuration over Ethernet integrated
- SEDOR® DiVistic display module for counting analyses optional
- Resolution SD (up to D1) and HD (up to 1080p)
- Ethernet I/O Interface optional
- Ethernet 3D People Counter optional
Features SMAVIA Recording Server
- Supports up to 24 recording channels
- Licenses for recording optional
- Basic license for the access of a SMAVIA Viewing Client included
- Free conversion of the basic license to a floating license on acquisition
of additional access licenses
- License for the connection to SNMP systems included
- License for the recording of multicast video streams included
- License for real-time recording included
- Recording of 3rd-party IP cameras with motion detection optional1)
- Configuration of 3rd-party IP cameras via ONVIF protocol optional1)
- PRemote-HD in real-time optional
- Connection to Active Directory via LDAP
- Evaluation with SMAVIA Viewing Client or SeMSy® via Ethernet
1) Please note the white paper SMAVIA & 3rd Party IP Cameras. DVS 2500 version 8.8.3 is equivalent to DMS 2400 version 8.1.3.
The update can be executed via network with the PService software or directly at the appliance by using a USB flash drive.
V8.8.x -> V8.8.8 SP D
Valid license required
SMAVIA Viewing Client - 184.108.40.206
SMAVIA Viewer - 220.127.116.11
PService - 18.104.22.168
Dallmeier Live Video ActiveX - 22.214.171.124