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NVR server with AI

Dahua Technology has launched a series of its NVRs (network video recorders), powered by the latest AI capable of deep learning and optimised for security applications, the manufacturer says.

The IVSS 7000-I features a scalable Graphics Processing Unit (GPU) which with Dahua’s deep learning algorithm, enables it to perform face recognition and perimeter protection. As for its AI features, it allows faster video content inquiry and discovery of targets, besides providing real-time and accurate alarms in a variety of applications.

Dahua’s AI-powered face recognition means that the IVSS7000-I records faces using structured data and performs real-time verification to compare facial features. Supporting up to 256-channels, the recorder can analyse up to 50 face databases with a total of 300,000 images, while users can upload face images to compare with previously recorded ones. Uses include VIP recognition, black-list alarm, stranger identification, attendance management and access control. Images can be classified into categories defined by users – such as VIPs or persona non grata – with the server providing alerts or alarms accordingly.

For perimeter protection use, the deep learning algorithm identifies people and vehicles while automatically filtering out false alarms, such as those caused by animals, leaves, bright lights and camera shake. Video metadata enables the searching of large amounts of video from up to 64 channels, identifying or recognising human faces, human bodies, motor vehicles and non-motor vehicles, to find out when and where a person or vehicle of interest appeared.


The IVSS7000-I has an optimised Graphical User Interface (GUI) which the developers say can reduce training time and costs, comparing favourably it’s claimed to VMS (video management software) clients used on enterprise level systems. It also allows the use of an independent PC client for remote access, and avoids the potential issues of using a browser and plug-in. A new security centre provides a safer network environment for users and resists hacking.



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