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Ralf Jurrien : July 13th 2007 - 09:32 CET
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NewsVideo management technology : 3VR Security announced 3VR SmartStorage, a breakthrough video management technology that captures, catalogs and stores critical information while reducing storage requirements by as much 10x over traditional DVR/NVR solutions. 3VR SmartStorage makes it possible to capture, catalog and store evidence and conduct rapid investigations across millions of hours of video. The technology reduces storage costs, retains high-quality evidence for longer periods of time while making it instantaneously searchable. “3VR is dedicated to bringing new levels of performance, ROI and effectiveness to video surveillance,” said Stephen Russell, Chief Executive Officer of 3VR Security.
3VR SmartStorage
Stephen Russell added: “Before now, security professional had to compromise both budget and evidence quality to meet long-term video storage requirements. 3VR SmartStorage is a game-changing breakthrough for investigators, security professionals and law enforcement.” raditional DVRs and NVRs store essential video evidence and useless video footage with equal importance. Security professionals are often forced to degrade video quality through compression to reduce storage requirements, a compromise that reduces costs and storage requirements but destroys important evidence. Alternatively, organizations can invest in costly storage arrays to retain large volumes of high-quality video - but vast arrays of storage lack the tools necessary to find critical evidence within staggering amounts of unstructured, stored video. 3VR SmartStorage both reduces storage requirements and provides advanced search capabilities, to locate essential evidence from surveillance video in the case of an investigation.

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Video management technology - 3VR SmartStorage
3VR SmartStorage is unique technology that combines video analytics and search to identify and catalog the best images from within video and then save them as “event cards”. Event cards are high-resolution images of faces, text, objects and motion that are identified by analytics within the 3VR system and then indexed before they are stored. This unique approach saves only important information rather than vast amounts of unstructured video. Through 3VR’s search utility, evidence is readily available even across the largest surveillance deployments. Additionally, all 3VR systems come standard with RAID storage to protect video and event data from loss or corruption in the case of a disk failure. 3VR SmartStorage innovations include:
• Automatically finds the best representative images from within surveillance video to create lightweight, easily catalogued and stored event cards
• Retains and optimizes resolution of images to preserve evidence quality
• Allows users to store Event Cards separate from the large associated video files

3VR SmartStorage video management
Gavin Long, Head of Research for USBX Advisory Services, a security industry analyst commented: “Large volumes of security data have rendered users overwhelmed and unproductive. As the amount of video data grows it becomes more difficult to manage and is often discarded - making long-range investigations impossible. By using 3VR, organizations can store security information for longer periods of time and make it accessible and useful across the enterprise. 3VR SmartStorage is an important “efficiency-breakthrough,” unlike any other approach in the industry, improving the efficacy and efficiency of security data, while reducing the total cost of ownership.”

Improve investigative efficiency & Effectiveness
Banks and retail organizations require immediate access to evidence in the case of an investigation. With claims often sitting unreported for months or even years, investigators often find that the evidence they need has long been deleted and or severely compromised because it has been compressed to optimize storage. Using 3VR, investigators can instantly query the central event card repository for specific security events such as faces, motion, scene changes or characters. They can then review results in well-organized, easy-to-scan storyboards of event cards and create a comprehensive evidence trail spanning multiple years and multiple locations. Events can be added to a central case management system that is easily shared with law enforcement. 3VR SmartStorage is immediately available from 3VR and authorized dealers.

3VR Security
3VR Security, Inc, the pioneer of searchable surveillance, provides the first video management system powered by a search engine with integrated video analytics. 3VR systems lower physical and operational costs while dramatically improving the effectiveness and efficiency of investigations for fraud, theft, and other crimes. Based in San Francisco, CA, the company is privately held with funding from Kleiner Perkins Caulfield & Buyers, VantagePoint Ventures, In-Q-Tel, and DAG Ventures. 3VR is the three-time winner of the SIA best new video product, was named security product of the year from Frost & Sullivan 2006 and 2007 among other awards.

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