The GV-Center V2 Pro is a professional version of Central Monitoring Station (CMS) software that can be installed in a CMS server. It brings multiple GeoVision GV-System / GV-VMS together into an integrated interface, allowing the operator to manage several systems from one point of control. The GV-Center V2 Pro can manage 500 GV-System / GV-VMS and receive video images from maximal 800 channels to its monitoring screen. On an alert condition, the GV-Center V2 Pro receives live images or event messages with attached video clips to correlate evidence of activity and instantly brings operator's attention.
BENEFITS OF USING GV-CENTER V2 PRO
Uses GV-Center V2 Pro software on current GV-System / GV-VMS
Saves cost compared to traditional matrix systems or alarm monitoring services
Flexible control and management to 500 GV-System / GV-VMS
Helps security operator verify the nature of the alarm on the spot
Fast to handle alert notifications
Relatively small manpower requirements
Raises the effectiveness of security personnel by bringing potential threats to their attention
Effectively reduces false alarms
Prescription for business security
Panic-button support offers effective crime prevention for convenience store, gas station, and restaurant security
Strong Authentication with enhanced network security
Utilized RSA encryption to protect the data security
Most of the alerts can be verified in video evidence before the security guards are dispatched to the site. We have concluded 19 most frequent alert conditions in a security event. As soon as any of the alert conditions occurs, the GV-Center V2 Pro can automatically activate alarms to notify the operators or the designated authorities, such as security station. The security personnel can thus verify the nature of alarms on the spot and take proper actions. Meanwhile an SMS or e-mail message of alerts will be sent to the local GV-System / GV-VMS subscriber or other authorities, such as school administrators. This mechanism of GV-Center V2 Pro and its security network can successfully reduce the probability of false alarms.
CENTRAL MONITORING FEATURES
View live images from 800 channels of 500 GV-System / GV-VMS
Receive live images on motion detection, alarm, I/O trigger, panic button activation
View GV-System / GV-VMS server information
Two-way audio communication
Real-time I/O monitoring
Receive incident notifications
Quick search by key-word in backup ViewLog
Remote PTZ control
Remote I/O device control
Create, edit groups of GV-Center V2 Pro servers and subscribers
Keep track of GV-System / GV-VMS's location ID, alarm status, and online status
Respond to alerts of video lost, motion detection, I/O module lost, I/O triggered, connection lost, subscriber login/logout, surveillance system abnormality, intruder, missing object, unattended object, POS loss prevention, and disk full
Send notification via alarms, SMS, and e-mails
Logon to SMS server at startup
Avoid connection failure
1024x768 or 1280x1024 resolution
Live or attached videos at 320x240 / 640x240 / 640x480
Single monitor screen divisions: 6/15/24x, 6/12/24x
GV-IO Box 8 Ports provides 8 inputs and 8 relay outputs, and supports both DC and AC output voltages. You can connect the unit to the PC either by using its USB port or through network by using its Ethernet module.
GV-IO Box 16 Ports provides 16 inputs and 16 relay outputs, and supports both DC and AC output voltages. You can connect the unit to the PC either by using its USB port or through network by using its Ethernet module.
Core i7 2600, 3.4 GHz
8 GB Dual Channels
PCI-Express, 1024 x 768, 32-bit color
We do not recommend installing GV-Center V2 (Pro) and GV-Control Center modules on the same PC. Running GV-Center V2 (Pro) and GV-Control Center on the same PC may result in CPU overload error or system failure.
GPU Decoding Specifications
A higher total frame rate can be achieved if your CPU or external VGA supports GPU decoding.
On-board VGA: GPU decoding is only supported when using the following Intel chipsets:
For H.265 Video Compression
• 6th Generation Intel Core i3 / i5 / i7 Desktop Processors (Skylake)
External VGA: GPU decoding is only supported when using NVIDIA graphics cards with compute capability 3.0 or above and memory 2 GB or above. To look up the commute capability of the NVIDIA graphics cards, refer to: https://developer.nvidia.com/cuda-gpus.
Note: NVIDIA graphic cards do not support H.265 GPU decoding.
On-board VGA + external VGA: To have both the on-board VGA and external VGA perform GPU decoding, the VGAs must follow their respective specifications listed above.
1. If you have both on-board VGA and external VGA installed, the on-board VGA must be connected to a monitor for H.264 / H.265 GPU decoding.
2. You can install multiple external graphics cards if needed.
500 subscribers, 800 channels
1. Center V2 Pro
2. Center V2 Pro + Vital Sign Monitor
Note: It is recommended to use the internal GV-USB Dongle to have the Hardware Watchdog function which restarts the PC when Windows crashes or freezes.