Grandstream IP Video Surveillance

Grandstream IP Video Surveillance
Grandstream IP Video Surveillance
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Phil Bowers
Global Marketing Communications Manager
Grandstream
Craig Harrison
Business Development Manager
Alloy
VOICE, VIDEO, DATA AND MOBILITY
Voice
Data
Mobility
Video
COMPANY OVERVIEW
• Founded in 2002
• Over 500 employees
• Product Portfolio contains over
40 products: 20 different IP
Phones, 5 ATAs, 10 IP
Surveillance cameras, 5 Video
Encoder/Decoders
• Serving small-to-medium size
businesses, Enterprise and
consumer markets
US
Boston - Headquarters
Los Angeles, CA
Dallas, TX
China
Hanghou, Shenzhen
Hong Kong - Warehouse
Morocco
Casablanca - Support Center, EMEA
Venezuela
Venezuela- Support Center, LATAM
Netherlands
Moerdijk - Warehouse
GRANDSTREAM’S SIP OFFERINGS
IP Video Phones
Enterprise IP Phones
IP Surveillance Cameras/NVR
Analog Telephone Adapters
SMB IP Phones
VoIP Gateways
DECT IP Phones
IP PBXs
VIDEO MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS
Indoor/Outdoor Cameras
INDOOR / OUTDOOR CAMERAS
Indoor Cameras
GXV3662
Series
GXV3672
Series
GXV3611IR_HD
GXV3610 series
GXV3674_VF
Series
4 Steps to Building an IP Video Surveillance Network
1. Choose the right cameras
1.
2.
3.
4.
Why Grandstream cameras
Different types of cameras
3 questions to ask
Grandstream’s IP cameras
2. Install and set up Cameras
1.
Why Grandstream Cameras are so easy to install
3. Integrate with GVR3550
4. Integrate with IP PBX for a fully integrated solution
WHY GRANDSTREAM CAMERAS?
• Use existing network infrastructure – no need to design a new network
• Grandstream SIP cameras use nearly identical SIP stack as IP phones, allowing you to
install/configure/integrate IP camera as if it were an IP Phone
WHY GRANDSTREAM CAMERAS?
Auto-Discovery = Easy Installation
1. Using GS_Search on any network
2. Using GVR3550
WHY GRANDSTREAM CAMERAS?
1.
Gsurf_Pro/GVR3550
Live View
2. Video Call to video
devices
3. Voice Call Alerts
When an alarm is triggered,
the Live View will notify user
using pop-up on-screen
Receiving Alerts
4. Email Screenshot
When a new object is detected
by the camera
WHY GRANDSTREAM CAMERAS?
1. Receive Video/Voice Calls from Video Cameras
2. Make Video/Audio Calls to Video Cameras
3. Receive Alerts from cameras
WHY GRANDSTREAM CAMERAS?
WHY GRANDSTREAM CAMERAS?
OpenDoor feature (DTMF)
• Enable SIP Open Door: This will close the DO
connections in the back to close the circuit
connected to it.
• Key to Open the Door: DTMF key (Currently only
SIP INFO DTMF is supported) to close the circuit.
Digits 0-9 only.
• Delay Lock Time(Second): This is the time in
seconds that the circuit will remain closed when this
function is triggered
• Phone List/Phone Number: Callee or call receiver
number when alarm call trigged.
• White List/Phone Number: Phone numbers
allowed to call into the camera.
Notes:
• OpenDoor feature is not available in following models
GXV3615/GXV3615WP_HD/GXV3672HD/FHD
• OpenDoor feature can be used in combination with Alarm IN/OUT using a Door Bell connected in
Alarm IN and Door lock connected in Alarm OUT
WHY GRANDSTREAM CAMERAS?
Turn a Grandstream IP Surveillance Camera into a Door Opener when Paired with a
Grandstream Video Phone
Step 1: Configure the Grandstream Video Phone
and the IP Camera
Step 2: Enable Alert Event
Step 3: Connect Doorbell and IP Camera
Step 4: Open Door via Incoming Video Call
WHY GRANDSTREAM CAMERAS?
Alarm & Audio Input/Output
Audio Input/Output
GXV3662 series
GXV3674 series
GXV3651_FHD
GXV3672 series
GXV3611_HD
GXV3610 series
GXV3601_HD
Integrating External Devices with Cameras
WHY GRANDSTREAM CAMERAS?
GSurf_Pro
Video Management Software
• Can control up to 72 cameras
simultaneously
• Client/Server Architecture
• Can monitor/record IP cameras on any
network
• Record File Sharing Server allows remote
clients to download and replay local
server records
• Convert recorded H.264 video to AVI
format for convenient video portability
FREE!
WHY GRANDSTREAM CAMERAS?
Web User Interface
WHY GRANDSTREAM CAMERAS?
Alarm settings
Recording schedules
Motion Detection
WHY GRANDSTREAM CAMERAS?
Motion
Detection
settings
Stop
Capture
Start/Stop
Talk
Recording
(2-way
Audio audio)
On/off
Local
Config
Playback
4 Steps to Building an IP Video Surveillance Network
1. Choose the right cameras
1.
2.
3.
4.
Why Grandstream cameras
Different types of cameras
3 questions to ask
Grandstream’s IP cameras
2. Install and set up Cameras
1.
Why Grandstream Cameras are so easy to install
3. Integrate with GVR3550
4. Integrate with IP PBX for a fully integrated solution
DIFFERENT TYPES OF CAMERAS
1. Indoor Cameras vs. Outdoor Cameras
2. Infrared cameras vs. non Infrared cameras
3. Various shapes (dome, box, cube, bullet, etc.)
4 Steps to Building an IP Video Surveillance Network
1. Choose the right cameras
1.
2.
3.
4.
Why Grandstream cameras
Different types of cameras
3 questions to ask
Grandstream’s IP cameras
2. Install and set up Cameras
1.
Why Grandstream Cameras are so easy to install
3. Integrate with GVR3550
4. Integrate with IP PBX for a fully integrated solution
How to tell which Grandstream IP Video Surveillance
Camera is Right for You
1. What are you monitoring?
•
Close-proximity/wide angle vs. in the distance
2. In the camera going to be indoors or outdoors?
•
IP-66 certified weatherproof camerars vs. indoor cameras
3. What are the lighting conditions?
•
Infrared cameras vs. non infrared cameras
3 QUESTIONS TO ASK
The Lens’ Millimeter (mm) spec tells the story…
2mm – 6mm
close-proximity, wide angle
8mm +
distant proximity, thin angle
8mm Model
3.6mm Models
75°
3.6mm
GXV 3672_HD/FHD
60°
6mm
30°
12mm
25m
12mm
2.8mm
GXV3674 series
4 Steps to Building an IP Video Surveillance Network
1. Choose the right cameras
1.
2.
3.
4.
Why Grandstream cameras
Different types of cameras
3 questions to ask
Grandstream’s IP cameras
2. Install and set up Cameras
1.
Why Grandstream Cameras are so easy to install
3. Integrate with GVR3550
4. Integrate with IP PBX for a fully integrated solution
Indoor/Outdoor Cameras
GXV3662
Series
GXV3672
Series
GXV3610 series
Indoor Cameras
GXV3611IR_HD
GRANDSTREAM’S IP CAMERAS
GXV3674_VF
Series
GVR3550 Network Video Recorder (NVR)
GRANDSTREAM’S NVR
An Easy-to-Install NVR with Best-in-Class Recording Capacity
1. Quick and Easy Installation
• SIP-based with auto-discovery of cameras
2. More Storage Capacity than any NVR in its class
• 16TB and 4HDDs supported
3. Ideal for retail, warehouses, restaurants, residential & SMBs as it
provides a centralized surveillance recording & monitoring solution in an
affordable & easy-to-manage NVR
• Advanced system efficiency or redundancy (RAID)
• Fully customizable recording schedules
• Advanced alerts and notifications
• Integration with intercoms, alarms, sirens, speakers, motion sensors,
etc.
• Integrate with remote IP cameras
Grandstream Networks, Inc.
Indoor Cameras
GXV3611IR_HD
INDOOR CAMERAS
GXV3611IR_HD
Indoor Infrared Fixed Dome HD IP Camera
•
•
•
•
•
•
Integrated IR-CUT for day/night mode
Integrated microphone and speaker
H.264 ONVIF compliant HD (720p)
2MP, 2.8mm lens
Integrated PoE
Supports Time-lapse photography
INDOOR CAMERAS
Grandstream Networks, Inc.
Indoor/Outdoor Cameras
GXV3662 Series
GXV3672 Series
GXV3610 series
INDOOR / OUTDOOR CAMERAS
GXV3674_VF Series
GXV3672 series
720p/1080p Outdoor Tube Camera
•
•
•
•
GXV3672_36: 1.2MP, 3.6mm lens
GXV3672_FHD: 3.1M camera, 8mm lens
H.264 ONVIF compliant infrared
Day/night mode with light sensor and IR_CUT
filter
INDOOR / OUTDOOR CAMERAS
INDOOR / OUTDOOR CAMERAS
GXV3674
HD/FHD
720p/1080p Outdoor Tube Camera
• 2.8mm-12mm Vari-focal lens, 1.2MP
• H.264 ONVIF compliant infrared 720p HD,
1080p FHD
• IP66 weatherproof
INDOOR / OUTDOOR CAMERAS
GXV3610
HD/FHD
720p/1080p Outdoor Dome Camera
• H.264 ONVIF compliant infrared 720p HD,
1080p FHD
• 1.2MP, 3.6mm lens
• IP66 weatherproof
• Day/night mode
INDOOR / OUTDOOR CAMERAS
GXV3662 HD/FHD
720p/1080p Outdoor Dome Camera
•
•
•
•
•
IP66 vandal & weather resistant
H.264 ONVIF compliant
GXV3662_HD: 1.2MP, 3.3-12mm lens
GXV3662_FHD: 3.1MP, 3.3-12mm lens
Integrated PoE
GXV3500
•
•
•
•
•
•
H.264 ONVIF compliant single
channel video encoder +
decoder 2-in-one combo
Encoder + Decoder + P.A.S.
Rich peripheral interfaces
TV-out
Integrated PoE
Support for 2-way audio
paging using SIP/VoIP
VIDEO ENCODER/DECODER
Grandstream Networks, Inc.
GSurf_Pro
Video Management Software
Grandstream Networks, Inc.
NETWORK MONITORING SOFTWARE
4 Steps to Building an IP Video Surveillance Network
1. Choose the right cameras
1.
2.
3.
4.
Why Grandstream cameras
Different types of cameras
3 questions to ask
Grandstream’s IP cameras
2. Install and set up Cameras
1.
Why Grandstream Cameras are so easy to install
3. Integrate with GVR3550
4. Integrate with IP PBX for a fully integrated solution
What makes Grandstream cameras
so easy to install?
1. PoE
2. Mounting Kits Included
EASY INSTALL
What makes Grandstream cameras
so easy to install?
Web User Interface
EASY INSTALL
What makes Grandstream cameras
so easy to install?
Auto-Discovery = Easy Installation
5. Using GS_Search on any network
6. GVR3550 Auto-Discovery
EASY INSTALL
Motion Detection
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•
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Available on all Grandstream cameras
Up to 16 target areas per camera
Easily setup in 3 steps using a camera’s Web UI
Grandstream’s ONVIF-compliancy will allow
motion detection on our camera to interact with
any ONVIF VMS, NVR, etc.
MOTION DETECTION
3-Step Process
MOTION DETECTION
Step2: Set Alarm Action
Step1: Enable Motion detection and setup regions
Sensitivity
can be
adjusted
Note: When Upload to Alarm Center is checked, the Motion Detection region
and icon (in Home page) will blink in red if your camera detects any motion.
Alarm Action is where you tell the camera what to do when it
senses an alarm (where to send the alert to and how to alert you)
Step3: Setup Motion detection Time Schedule
MOTION DETECTION
Motion Detection
Important Settings
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•
•
•
•
Sensitivity
Minimum duration required by motion detection trigger
Minimum interval of different motion detection event
Time Schedule Config
Alarm Action (what should the camera do when motion is
detected)
• Record Video
• Voice Alarm to SIP phone
• Upload to Alarm Center (Gsurf_Pro V2)
• Upload to Alarm HTTP (3rd party Application/VMS)
• Upload to FTP
• Email and FTP screenshots
ALARM SETTINGS
Set Up Alarm Actions…
Alarm Action is where you tell the camera what to
do when it senses an alarm (where to send the
alert to and how to alert you)
4 Steps to Building an IP Video Surveillance Network
1. Choose the right cameras
1.
2.
3.
4.
Why Grandstream cameras
Different types of cameras
3 questions to ask
Grandstream’s IP cameras
2. Install and set up Cameras
1.
Why Grandstream Cameras are so easy to install
3. Integrate with GVR3550
4. Integrate with IP PBX for a fully integrated solution
GVR3550 Network Video Recorder (NVR)
NETWORK VIDEO RECORDER
An Easy-to-Install NVR with Best-in-Class Recording Capacity
1. Quick and Easy Installation
• SIP-based with auto-discovery of cameras
2. More Storage Capacity than any NVR in its class
• 16TB and 4HDDs supported
3. Ideal for retail, warehouses, restaurants, residential & SMBs as it
provides a centralized surveillance recording & monitoring solution in an
affordable & easy-to-manage NVR
• Advanced system efficiency or redundancy (RAID)
• Fully customizable recording schedules
• Advanced alerts and notifications
• Integration with intercoms, alarms, sirens, speakers, motion sensors,
etc.
• Integrate with remote IP cameras
Easy Installation
An Easy-to-Install NVR with Best-in-Class Recording Capacity
Auto-Discovery finds all cameras on the
network and allows you to simply click on
the cameras you want to record/monitor
with the GVR3550
NETWORK VIDEO RECORDER
General Specifications
GVR3550 Network Video Recorder
NETWORK VIDEO RECORDER
An Easy-to-Install NVR with Best-in-Class Recording Capacity
Video
Recording
Up to 24 cameras at 720p
Up to 12 cameras at 1080p
Live View
16 cameras at VGA resolution
4 channels at 720p
2 channels at 1080p
Storage
Video
Output
Network
Interfaces
USB ports
Inputs
Supported
Cameras
Up to 16TB (up to 4 Hard Drives)
1 HDMI
1 VGA
1 x Gigabit RJ45
2
1 Remote Control, optional USB mouse/keyboard
Grandstream and ONVIF
Ideal for Retail and Franchise Stores
An Easy-to-Install NVR with Large Recording Capacity
NETWORK VIDEO RECORDER
Ports and Powerful Integrations
An Easy-to-Install NVR with Large Recording Capacity
3rd party detection devices, etc.
External
eSATA
hard drive
RCA
input & output
VGA
output
Alarm Inputs
Alarm Outputs
USB
(another USB
port on front)
output
LAN
NETWORK VIDEO RECORDER
NETWORK VIDEO RECORDER
Customize Recording Schedules
An Easy-to-Install NVR with Large Recording Capacity
1. Continuous
2. Schedule
3. Event Triggered
Always recording
Set recording schedule using
software/Web UI, apply same schedule to
all cameras or customize each camera’s
schedule
GVR3550 detects alerts/alarms (i.e.
motion detection) from cameras and
starts recordings
4. Manual
Turn any camera’s recording or all
camera’s recording on or off at any
time using software/Web UI
These settings can apply to all cameras, one camera or groups of cameras
NETWORK VIDEO RECORDER
Various Alarm Settings
When GVR3550 senses the following alarms from a connected camera, it send alerts to the pre-configured locations
1. Motion
2. Camera Occlusion
Motion detection alarms from the
camera
When a camera being recorded is no longer
producing a video stream for any reason
3. Alarm from devices integrated with
camera
When a camera has a 3rd party motion sensor, door
sensor or other alarm-sensing device connected to
it, the cameras can be set to sound an alarm
through the GVR3550 interface when those devices
trigger an alarm
Increase Monitoring Capability with GSurf
Pro V2
MONITORING SOFTWARE
GSurf Pro V2 monitors up to 72 cameras
Camera sends primary feed to NVR
for recording and secondary feed
to GSurf Pro to monitor
GVR3550
GVR3550
Internet
Monitors up to 24 cameras
Monitors up to 24 cameras
Monitors up to 24 cameras
4 Steps to Building an IP Video Surveillance Network
1. Choose the right cameras
1.
2.
3.
4.
Why Grandstream cameras
Different types of cameras
3 questions to ask
Grandstream’s IP cameras
2. Install and set up Cameras
1.
Why Grandstream Cameras are so easy to install
3. Integrate with GVR3550
4. Integrate with IP PBX for a fully integrated solution
Make it a Solution…
FULL INTEGRATION
Register Grandstream’s SIP cameras to an IP PBX
Ext. 101
Ext. 102
Ext. 301
Ext. 303
Ext. 501
Ext. 601
Ext. 201
• Make video calls to IP cammeras to see live
feeds
• Set cameras to call video device (IP Video
phones) when alert/alarm is triggered
• Cameras can send you an email or screen
capture
• To communicate with IP Door Cameras, etc.
• 2-way video/audio calls to/from cameras
thanks to SIP/VoIP support
•
GXV3610 series, GXV3611_HD, GXV3615 series
feature built-in microphone and speaker
Aggressively priced for the SMB and Enterprise market
UCM IP PBX’S
UCM6102
UCM6104
UCM6108
UCM6116
Asterisk is a Registered Trademark of Digium
UCM6510
Unified Communications: One Integrated Network Solution
 All Grandstream phone, cameras, and
UCM6100 series are SIP-based devices
 A true Unified Communications solution
offering voice, video, data and mobility
features
 All devices can be easily setup, customized and
managed from one central location
 Add functionality to devices by combining
them onto the same network
 Even add/include analog phones and analog
cameras
ADVANTAGE 1
Communicate With Cameras on Any Network
UCM6100 Series
Internet
 Camera’s can send alerts or be contacted from outside
networks thanks to their SIP registration when
registered to an IP PBX
 You set the phone number the cameras contact
when an alert is triggered
 With a SIP registration, any IP camera is given a
phone number/IP address that can be called to
view the camera’s live feed
 View camera’s live feed from any device that has
an internet connection
ADVANTAGE 2
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