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AD Network Video Introduces Virtual NVR Solution For Hospital Estates
AD Network Video Introduces Virtual NVR Solution For Hospital Estates
The Virtual NVR aims to offer hospitals secure environments and a culture of safety for patients, visitors and staff
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Security surveillance specialist AD Network Video is introducing its enhanced integrated HD IP video solution for hospitals.

Virtual NVR delivers high definition IP video images for evidential purposes which directly tackle theft and anti-social behavior in a completely secure way.

The Virtual NVR aims to offer hospitals secure environments, a culture of safety for patients, visitors and staff. The new solution offers video of high quality that can be used for whatever action is appropriate, including legal action if necessary.

The Virtual NVR solution intelligently distributes video storage across single or multiple locations, with IP cameras recording and storing images on the in-camera server. These will carry on recording even in the event of a network outage as the devices operate as if they were standalone systems resulting in no single point of failure.

The evidential recordings are easily accessible locally or from the control room via a single user interface and are exported in compliance with police and home office guidelines. Recordings can be archived and managed from a central location driving greater efficiency and flexibility in locating and retrieving video from multiple sites.

Virtual NVR's secure and segregated network enables hospital operators to implement the HD IP camera solution and integrate event triggers.

Virtual NVR has flexible and scalable qualities, from general practices to large hospital trusts.

AD Group, of which AD Network Video is the solutions arm, has developed security surveillance solutions for more than 30 years.

Current solutions include FireVu for early fire detection, and for logistics losses, TransVu.  Both can be used in healthcare environments

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