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HERNIS
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097000 HWIN
Protect Your Assets.
Increase Your Productivity.
HERNIS HWIN is
the software needed
to control cameras
in HERNIS CCTV
systems.
The application is
developed for the
Microsoft .NET
platform and is
tailored for the
Windows 7 operating
system.
HERNIS HWIN comes
in six versions meeting
the requirements
of CCTV systems of
different scale and
demands.
Extensive CCTV expertise
combined with the latest
technology available has
culminated in the highly
efficient CCTV management environment HWIN.
The HWIN user interface
gives preference to video
management in one or more
views, and highly flexible
navigation makes every
operator feel right at home.
With functionality such as drag
& drop, split views, mouse-over
tooltips, pop-up menus, tool
bars, Video Motion Detection,
(VMD), map navigation, camera
browsing, snapshot, and local
recording at your fingertips
HWIN is an efficient control
environment.
Flexible configuration of camera
settings, camera groups, multi
switch actions and alarm
actions further contribute to
ease of use.
For complex CCTV systems
HWIN offers layered maps with
camera and alarm hotspots,
helping the operator stay
oriented and navigate quickly
even in volumes of information.
CCTV one step further
HERNIS' new generation
modular CCTV architecture
offers multi system access.
From one work station the
operator can log on to external
CCTV systems on remote
locations and control a virtually
unlimited number of cameras
spread over vast geographical
areas.
This new dimension to the
CCTV architecture caters
for remote monitoring of
comprehensive onshore and
offshore installations and HWIN
is designed for the task.
Optimized to your need
To optimize your CCTV
management environment
to your requirement you
can choose from six HWIN
versions:
1.HWIN Touch Basic is the
most basic version of HWIN
only available with touchscreen functionality. The
application gives preference
to video images and ease
of use and applies to small
CCTV systems.
Basic
2.HWIN Standard is the
foundation for any HERNIS
CCTV control environment
and is typically used to
manage small to medium
sized CCTV systems
3.HWIN Standard Alarm
adds enhanced alarm
management capability to
the standard CCTV control
environment.
4.HWIN Advanced applies
to medium to large CCTV
systems. It supports
multi-system-access and
more advanced navigation
including layered maps
to handle large-scale
surveillance.
5.HWIN Advanced Alarm
adds enhanced alarm
management capability to
the advanced CCTV control
environment.
6.HWIN Touch Advanced is the
premium CCTV management
environment with all the
capabilities of the HWIN
Advanced Alarm plus touchscreen operation.
Standard
Advanced
HWIN
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HWIN Alarm
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HWIN Touch
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HWIN IN SHORT
Designed for efficiency
- easy to use and flexible user interface
Video Controller
Each video stream is
displayed in a video
controller with dedicated
tools
Controller Toolbar
Direct access to
frequently used, key
commands
In-video Pan & Tilt
Pan and tilt the CCTV
camera by clicking directly
in the video image
Main Menu
Easy access
to the key
components in
the CCTV system
On screen
display (OSD)
Key identification
of camera,
position,
sequence, alarm,
camera lock etc.
pertaining to the
video image.
Drag & Drop
For instance drag
a camera from
the menu and
drop it in a video
controller to see
the image
Video preference
The HWIN design
gives preference
to the video
images in full
screen or split
views
Application toolbar
Easy access to the 4
distinct application modes
Split views selection
Easy access to the split
views configured in the
system
Active view indicator
Colored frame indicating
which video controller is
active and hence subject
to camera controls etc.
4 application modes
4 User access levels
HWIN has 4 distinct application
modes, each fulfilling key
purposes:
The system facilitates different
user access levels, which
determine what settings you
are allowed to customize in
the CCTV system. Furthermore
specific cameras in the CCTV
system can be reserved for
users according to their priority
privileges.
• The Connection Mode – is
mainly used for logging on
and off the HWIN client. This
is also where you do the
application set-up to create
the most effective work
space for yourself.
• The Live Mode – is the
normal operating mode used
for all live functions such as
viewing live video, controlling
the cameras, using presets,
maps, video splits and more.
• The Playback Mode – is
used to access any video or
snapshots archived in the
system, on video recorders
or on the local hard disk.
• The Configuration Mode – is
used to define cameras,
camera groups, sequences,
multi switches, alarm
actions and more. Some
configurations are limited to
specific user access levels.
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Camera controller
One-click tools for camera
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wipe/wash
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The four access levels are:
• Guest
• Operator
• Supervisor
• Service
Large Screen Controller
The large screen controller
enables CCTV operators to
control the HERNIS Large
Screen Application (HLSA)
for video walls.
Suiting your preferences
- configurable work space
CONNECTION MODE
CONFIGURATION MODE
The connection mode
is mainly used for
logging on and off
the HWIN client, but
this is also where the
application set-up is
done.
The configuration
mode allows operators
to set up their
preferences towards a
familiar and effective
work space.
camera stations pertaining
to a specific work task or
location on site. Configuration
of camera groups in HERNIS
CCTV systems is straight
forward. A camera group can
include up to 254 local and/or
remote cameras. The groups
are easily available from the
Live Mode main menu.
Flexible configuration
HWIN Application Settings
include:
Multi switches
With HWIN the operator
can configure a number of
settings to create a familiar
and effective user interface.
Configuration comprises:
• Large screen controller
settings
• Alarm actions
• Split settings
• Alarm, monitor and
camera statuses
Multi switches are set up to
perform a series of actions
in one single operation. In a
fraction of time you can move
any number of cameras into
pre-defined positions and
relay live video to designated
control stations to support
a specific surveillance task.
Moving cameras into pre-set
positions can involve panning,
tilting, zooming and focusing,
depending on the functionality
available on the camera station.
A multi switch can involve
cameras in local, remote and
external CCTV systems.
Some configurations are limited
to specific User Access Levels
Sequences
• Connection settings
• Map settings
• Joystick settings
• Video settings
• Streamer settings
• External monitor settings
• Alarm controller settings
• Camera groups
• Multi switches
• Sequences
• Camera names and
preset positions
• Service settings
Camera groups
In CCTV systems with a large
number of camera stations,
grouping cameras helps
operators navigate more
effectively. The camera groups
are user-specific, and operators
would typically group the
Think of a sequence as a slide
show of live video streams.
Video from different cameras
or camera positions is set up
to display one after the other at
individual dwelling intervals on
a monitor or in a split view to
support a specific surveillance
task. The sequence runs in
a loop and can involve video
from local, remote and external
CCTV systems.
Camera configuration
HERNIS CCTV systems are
highly customizable and camera
settings including camera
names and preset positions
are set up at the operators
convenience, contributing to
a familiar and effective user
interface. Each camera may
have up to 100 preset positions
including pan, tilt, zoom and
focus settings (provided said
functionality is available on the
camera station).
set up to occur in response
to an alarm triggered in the
system are time saving and
efficient. Alarm actions may
include positioning of cameras,
relaying specific video streams
to specific control stations,
activating relay outputs like
lights and sirens and initiating
CCTV recordings, to mention
some. Alarm actions may
include cameras in local and
remote CCTV systems, but not
external systems.
Service settings
The service settings are system
specific, and may include:
• Video parameters such
as brightness, contrast,
saturation and hue
• Camera station parameters
such as calibration, home
position (a predefined
position to which the camera
will return after elapsed idle
timeout) and pan/tilt settings
• Video level adjustment
(analogue systems)
• Camera adjustment (digital
zoom, image stabilizer)
• Wipe/wash adjustment
• VMD detection area and
sensitivity
The parameters can be set
individually for each camera in a
HERNIS CCTV system.
Status information
HWIN offers convenient
overviews of system statuses:
• all cameras with access and
lock info,
• active cameras/sequences/
alarms on each monitor
• Selected camera on DVR
and DVR status
• Alarm statuses
Alarm actions
Configuration menu
Intuitive and easy environment for
setting up preferred parameters for
your CCTV system
CCTV surveillance is essential
for the coordination of
appropriate response during
everyday operation as well as in
critical situations. Alarm actions
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- CCTV management made easy
LIVE MODE & NAVIGATION
The easy to use HWIN
environment makes
operators feel right
at home managing
video and cameras
in HERNIS CCTV
systems.
Main features of navigation
in HWIN include:
• Application toolbar – toolbar
for activating video split
options and moving between
the 4 application modes, the
Connection mode, the Live
mode, the Playback mode
and the Configuration mode.
• Main menu – user friendly
structure providing access to
all the controls in your CCTV
system. Sub-menus such as
camera list, alarm list etc.
can be collapsed, resized
or hidden at the operators
convenience.
• Maps – layered interactive
graphical maps or site plans
with camera and alarm
hotspots (hyperlinks) making
navigation intuitive and timesaving.
OSD
Main menu
Video Controller Toolbar
Application Toolbar
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• Split views - HWIN supports
up to 16 simultaneous video
streams in one view. Each
video is displayed in a video
controller with dedicated
tools easily at hand.
• In-video pan/tilt - means
you can click directly in the
video view to pan & tilt the
camera. The pan & tilt speed
depends on your position off
center.
• Toolbars – easy to get
to buttons for critical
functionality such as video
quality, snapshot and local
recording.
• Drag & Drop - "grab" an item,
for instance a camera from
the menu or from a map,
and drop it onto a video
controller to view the video.
• On screen display (OSD) Key identification of camera,
position, sequence, alarm,
camera lock etc. pertaining
to the video image.
• Dynamic Context Menus
- shortcuts to the actions
relevant to the item you
right-click (a map hotspot,
a video image, a camera,
a preset position, an alarm
etc.).
• Tooltip – brief description
appearing when hovering the
mouse cursor over an item.
• Built-in help/user manual an in-depth description of
the functionality of HWIN is
always at hand by pressing
F1.
• Joystick – HWIN supports
joysticks with up to
3-axis navigation with
fully configurable buttons
(Zoom, Focus, Iris, Wipe/
Wash, Camera Selection,
Preset selection, Next/
Previous camera) perfect for
controlling cameras and Pan/
Tilt/Zoom functionality in the
HERNIS CCTV system.
• HWIN is available in the
fully touch enabled versions
HWIN Touch Basic and
HWIN Touch Advanced.
Quick navigation in layers of information
Map navigation
HWIN offers high-tech map
navigation attending to the
CCTV operators need for quick
and easy navigation.
From a top map the operator
can quickly penetrate layers of
detail and access cameras or
respond to alarms anywhere
in the system with just a few
clicks.
In smaller CCTV installations
the top map may typically
cover the complete installation
site, whereas underlying maps
cover particular rooms or areas
and show hotspots for camera
stations, alarms and relay
outputs, etc.
In inter-connected CCTV
systems the top map would
be a systems map with links
to the individual site maps and
area maps.
The HWIN maps are fully
integrated and support context
menus, drag and drop etc. You
can for instance drag a camera
hotspot onto a video controller
to show real time video from
the target area.
In complex systems layered
maps are an important tool
to stay oriented and navigate
efficiently in volumes of
information.
Hotspots
Interactive graphical
markers of CCTV system
components
Toolbar
Navigation tools
pertaining to the layered
maps
HWIN Maps
fully integrated maps
supporting all HWIN
navigation such as drag
& drop, context menus,
tooltip etc.
Tools menu
for zooming
and toggling
hotspots
Map thumbnail
The map thumbnail
indicates what scale and
scope of the full size map
you are currently viewing
Map links
Map links take you to
other maps in the system
in just one click
File formats
HWIN maps can be black
and white drawings, aerial
views, photos or custommade PNG, GIF or JPG
files
HWIN Large Screen Controller
Large Screen menu
Select the large screen/
video wall you wish to
manage
Large screen controller
The large screen controller
enables CCTV operators to
control the HERNIS Large
Screen Application (HLSA) for
video walls.
You can configure any number
of HLSAs in HWIN. Each large
screen/video wall configured
will be available in the drop
down menu in the HWIN large
screen controller.
The large screen controller
supports all the advanced
control features of HWIN such
as in-video pan/tilt, drag & drop,
split views etc.
Each HLSA supports up to 9
videos shown simultaneously
in one split view in the large
screen controller.
Active view indicator
Colored frame indicating
which video controller is
active and hence subject
to camera controls etc.
Split views
Choose among the views
configured for the active
large screen/video wall
External system support
Split views may include
video from both local and
external CCTV systems
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Split views
QUAD
Relay outputs
HWIN can display multiple
video feeds at the same time in
so called split views.
In analogue systems a quad
may be set up to split the view
within one video controller
further into 4 views. Once
the configuration is done the
user experience is the same in
analogue and digital systems.
The HWIN Relay Output
controls output from the CCTV
system to other systems
such as light, buzzers, doors
and alarms. An output signal
may typically be used to open
a door upon verification of
personnel via the live video.
Split views range from one
video, two videos plus map, up
to 18 video feeds in one view.
(single screen 16/dual screen
18)
Split views can consist of both
standard definition (SD) and
high definition (HD) video,
and can combine video from
multiple CCTV systems.
Once configured, the splits can
be selected by the operator
without leaving the Live View
mode.
On screen display (OSD)
The on screen display helps
identify the video images and
status. Key information is
displayed discretely on top of
the video such as;
• Name of Monitor
• Name of the CCTV system
that the camera belongs to
The ability for HWIN to
decode and display multiple
video feeds depends on the
processing power and the
graphics card of the computer
running HWIN. HWIN supports
streamers and grabber cards in
addition to video from HERNIS
500 and HERNIS Flex systems.
• Status (recording/playback)
The number of videos HWIN
will allow you to display is
controlled by the license.
In small systems with only one
monitor and camera the OSD
text may easily be disabled.
• Name of camera
• Name of preset position
• Alarm information if an alarm
is triggered on the monitor
• Camera lock info
• Sequence info
Alarm control
HERNIS CCTV systems can
be set up to carry out specific
tasks in the event of an alarm.
Alarm recordings can be
configured with a pre-recording
time to capture events
happening prior to the alarm.
Another alarm event could be
to relay video from a specific
camera to a specific monitor to
attract the operators immediate
attention. Alarm actions are
easily configured in the HWIN
configuration pages.
maintenance view and access
to additional alarm playback
modes.
Touch control
The HWIN touch versions are
fully touch enabled applications
requiring neither mouse nor
keyboard.
The navigation tools (popup, menus, toolbars, quad
controllers and camera
control input) are adjusted
to accommodate easy touch
operation, with in-video pan &
tilt, direct preset activation and
direct quad activation.
In HWIN active alarms are
clearly identified via maps,
alarm lists, OSD and in the split
menu.
HWIN's extended alarm control
offers a dedicated alarm
Example of Split views menu
Take care of your company's
entire surveillance requirement
External system support
HERNIS' new generation
modular CCTV architecture
offers multi-system-access.
From one workstation the
operator can log on to external
CCTV systems on remote
locations and control a virtually
unlimited number of cameras
spread over vast geographical
areas.
The seamless interface
allows you to use the external
systems as if they were a local
system. System overview
maps accommodate for easy
navigation in all interconnected
systems.
This new dimension to the
CCTV architecture caters
for remote monitoring of
comprehensive onshore and
offshore installations.
HERNIS Flex CCTV architecture
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Enhanced risk management with
Video Motion Detection (VMD)
Video Motion Detection
(VMD)
threatening situations mitigates
risk for people and property.
VMD or Video Motion
Detection technology allows for
early detection of movement
and may typically be used for
detection of oil spill, leakage or
intruders in a targeted area.
In HWIN the VMD functionality
is integrated in the user
interface for HERNIS Flex CCTV
systems. For each camera you
can assign VMD sensitivity
to target regions in the video
image. The regions appear as
frames in the video and are
easy to resize and reposition
during configuration.
The same technology may
also be used reverted for flare
monitoring in which case it is
the ceasing of movement that
triggers predefined actions in
the CCTV system.
Early warning in potentially
typically be set up to invoke
true pre-event recording, relay
images to specific monitors or
require an action by security
personnel on site.
VMD
• Early warning of potential
hazard
• Visual verification
• Enhanced coordination of
appropriate response in
critical situations
• Enhanced threat assessment
ability
• Increased security
• Increased safety
The system will notify the
operator of activities recognized
as real time alarms in each
targeted area. An alarm may
• Increased emergency
awareness
Example layout configured with alarms, maps, cameras and HLSA
Easy access to recordings
PLAYBACK MODE
The playback mode
offers easy access to
video recordings in
HWIN.
All types of recordings in the
HERNIS CCTV system, i.e.
alarm recordings, camera
recordings, DVR recordings
or local recordings are easily
viewed and downloaded to
the local hard disk from the
Playback mode.
compression settings, and
what is recorded.
Camera and DVR recordings
are stored until the server
is full and must free up disk
space; the oldest recording is
automatically deleted to free
disk space for new recordings.
Alarm recordings are writeprotected and may only be
deleted upon confirmation by
authorized users.
Playback view
The recordings are presented in
interactive list views with time
saving search and navigation
features.
The total recording capacity
for a camera depends on
the size of the hard disk, the
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HWIN Touch Basic
HWIN Touch Basic is the most
basic version of HWIN available
with touch-screen functionality.
The application gives preference to video images and ease
of use and applies to small
CCTV systems.
Touch screen operation
HLSA control
Relay output
Multi switch
Sequences
Split view
Alarm log playback
Status information
Extended alarm control
Map navigation
External system support
HWIN Features
Remote system support
HERNIS HWIN
versions capabilities
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HWIN Standard
The foundation for any HERNIS
CCTV control environment.
Typically used to manage
small to medium sized CCTV
systems.
16/18*
HWIN Standard Alarm
adds enhanced alarm management capability to the standard
CCTV control environment.
16/18*
HWIN Advanced
applies to medium to large
CCTV systems. Supports
multi-system-access and more
advanced navigation including
layered maps to handle largescale surveillance.
16/18*
HWIN Advanced Alarm
adds enhanced alarm management capability to the
advanced CCTV control
environment.
16/18*
HWIN Touch Advanced
is the premium CCTV management environment with all
the capabilities of the HWIN
Advanced Alarm plus touchscreen operation.
16/18*
*Requires dual screen setup
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