Ocularis DS - Specifications Sheet

Ocularis DS - Specifications Sheet
Ocularis 1.0 SP4 Specifications
Ocularis™ - Specifications Sheet
Version 1.0 SP4, September 2010
For full list of features, see the Ocularis Architecture & Engineering (A&E) document, available by request.
General
Ocularis is a comprehensive video-centric Physical Security Information Management (PSIM) platform which provides
management and coordination of integrated physical security, content analytic, radiation and other sensor detection,
transaction and other enterprise systems; full VMS functionality with centralized management of cameras, connected
devices, recording servers and redundant servers; and centralized event, end-user rights and video recording and
distribution management.
The Ocularis-integrated VMS component enables the user to view, manage, and record video from an unlimited
number of IP and non-IP video surveillance cameras at multiple sites, manage short- and long-term video storage,
and combine video with non-video alerts, resulting in automatic video delivery to subscribers of interest.
Major System Components
Ocularis is a unified, modular software platform that consists of a number of components:
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Ocularis Base: Provides system-wide management, user access, shared event management, alarm and event
correlation, video access, and distribution rights.
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Ocularis Recorder (NetEVS/NetDVMS): provides video recording, storage management, video delivery to users
and camera management.
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Ocularis Client: Access to video, management of alerts and shared event handling is done through the unified
Video Client software, for desktop and control room video wall environments.
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Add-Ons and Integrated Applications: Video Wall management; Video Content Analytics; forensics
applications; and integrated physical security solutions (access control, radiation detection, contact closure, etc.)
System Highlights
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Video-Centric Physical Security Information Management (PSIM): Ocularis manages video and event data
from multiple DVR, NVR and VMS systems as well as physical security, content analytic, environmental detection,
transaction and other enterprise systems.
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Designed for Integration: Ocularis allows the integration of a host of add-on components via integration tools
including Data Link Integration events, API commands, Contact Closure and more. An optional Software
Development Kit (SDK) enables integration of 3rd-party components.
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Choice of Scalable, Multi-Site/Multi-Server recorders: Ocularis was designed to support multiple network
video recorder (NVR) and video management systems (VMS) as the video recording component. These include
OnSSI’s market-leading NetDVMS and NetEVS, which support unlimited cameras and integrated devices and
systems, connected to multiple recording servers at multiple sites. Video from any camera (including two-way
audio) can be accessed by authorized users from anywhere in the network, through multiple video clients for
desktop, video wall and mobile (handheld) operation. Additional functionality provided by NetEVS includes central
recording server management, failover for both recording servers and the administration server, multicasting and
unicasting in all video compression formats, dual-stream support, and more.
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Open-Architecture, Non-Proprietary Technology: Ocularis runs on off-the-shelf PC hardware; and supports all
leading manufacturers’ cameras and devices (over 500 models) as well as all industry-standard compression
formats (MPEG4, MJPEG, H.263 and H.264).
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Per-Camera Configuration of All Video Streaming, Recording and Archiving Parameters: optimized system
resources is enabled through per-camera configuration for compression level/format, image resolution, bandwidth,
framerate, conditional recording, retention time, archiving frequency, archiving location and more.
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Flexible storage allocation: storage, based on either size or retention period, is allocated per camera or camera
group, with prioritization of important cameras. Video can be stored on local or network drives, using a database
structure that eliminates the distinction between ‘live recording’ and ‘archived’ video.
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Central Management for Alerting, Shared Event Handling, Client Asset and User Authorization Data: All
recording servers and Ocularis Client users are managed by the Ocularis Base, which coordinates all event and
alert handling, manages users’ rights to specific cameras and functions system wide (Active Directory supported),
and distributes all shared assets.
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Highly Intuitive Unified Video Client: Ocularis Client offers a user-friendly operator interface, for both desktop
and control room video-wall environments, with only minutes of training required for full proficiency.
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Live Monitoring with Instantaneous Investigation: While monitoring live video feeds, users can perform basic
investigation on individual cameras – playback, digital PTZ and optical PTZ (for PTZ cameras) - without the need
to switch to a dedicated investigation mode.
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Multiple Investigation Tools: Ocularis Client’s investigation tools, include the Kinetic Motion Timeline, multiparameter motion detection, the Time Slicer and the Motion Slicer, as well as the optional VideoSynopsis and
Video Content Analytics add-ons.
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Shared Event Handling: Recorded events are handled simultaneously by multiple operators, bookmarked and
exported as evidence in multiple formats, all within minutes.
Detailed Features and Functionality
Ocularis Base
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components.
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Event Management: All events within the Ocularis platform, as well as messages received from external devices
and systems, are managed through the Ocularis Base administrator. These include camera connected I/O
messages; motion detection events; camera status events and others.
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Composite Events (‘Event Fusion’): Composite Events are created by linking two camera events or alerts,
configured by sequence order, time interval and logical conditioning (e.g. ‘If Door A opens, but no motion
detection on Camera N, within 15 seconds’). Composite Events can be fused with other events to create complex
detection scenarios, and assigned priority for push video and handling by Ocularis Client operators.
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Automatic Push Video Alerting (Blank Screen Monitoring): Upon event, a push-video alert of the camera that
triggered the alert, or any other camera, can be sent to users running the Ocularis Client application. In addition,
the alert can be configured to trigger alarms or send notifications to users.
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Management of Users, User Groups and Authorizations: Users are assigned to Active Directory-supported
authorization groups, granting users rights for accessing cameras, operating specific camera and video wall
functions (including PTZ controls and presets, accessing recorded video and initiating recording for specific
cameras).
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Schedule-Based Distribution of Events to Users: Multiple activity ranges for each day of the week, as well as
for overriding holidays, are configured through a simple GUI.
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Camera Array Views for Video Client User: By logging in to the Ocularis Base, users gain access to Views –
arrays of different dimension and pane size combination, containing camera streams, hotspots, carousels, web
pages and images, and push-video panes. View panes can be configured for image resolution, framerate,
carousel dwell time, etc.
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Repository for Shared Assets System-Wide: Shared asset management, for video wall maps and icons and
events tagging/classification tables.
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Ocularis Recorder - NetDVMS
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Scalable Architecture: unlimited number of cameras, connected to multiple recording servers (up to 64 cameras
per server) at multiple sites; support for MJPEG, MPEG4, H.263 and H.264 compression formats, at image
resolutions up to 5MP and framerates of 30 fps; support for analog cameras via a wide range of IP video
encoders.
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Administrator Application: feature-rich administration interface for each recording server, for setup and
configuration of cameras and I/O devices, camera event settings, archive settings, scheduling, and soft buttons
for manually triggered events.
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Recording and Archiving: per-camera configuration for compression format (for multiple format cameras);
image resolution; frame rate; image parameters (brightness, contrast), archiving retention time, and archiving
location.
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Maintenance-Free, Transparent Archiving: Multiple archiving instances per day on local or remote (network)
drives. The archive for each camera is stored in a separate database. No down-time during transfer for video to
archive.
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Recording Viewer: Dedicated application for viewing exporting multi-camera video databases.
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Optimized bandwidth and hardware utilization: Optional monitoring and recording at two different frame rates
and image resolution settings.
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Recording Settings: Individual cameras can be configured for recording on motion, continuous recording, or
either based by schedule; and for pre- and post-recording (buffer) on motion/event. Optional speed-up recording
on event.
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PTZ Preset Settings: 50 presets per PTZ camera, controllable from each camera’s view pane in Ocularis Client.
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Audio: Two way audio (from camera/IP device-connected microphones and to camera/IP device-connected PA
system); audio from cameras is recorded and included in export of evidence (as AVI file, using NetDVMS only).
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Networking: Support for Multi-Network operation; Network Addressing Translation (NAT); and SNMP (for camera
status and camera event alerting).
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Network Topology: Support for segmented (VLAN or dedicated network) or shared networks, for physical
network separation between the camera and the recording servers and video clients.
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Outside Network Access: the NetDVMS administrator is able to allow/prevent access from outside the local IP
address range. The configuration settings allows selecting an Outside IP Address, Outside IP Port, Local IP
Ranges, Maximum Number of Clients.
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User Authentication: Via MS Active Directory user accounts and groups/Windows accounts; user administration
via Ocularis Base.
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Logging: Detailed logging, including Overall System log, Event log and Audit log
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Virtualization: Support for VMware and MS Virtual PC®
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Background Operation: NetDVMS runs as a Windows® service, with no need for user login. Service can be
stopped/started, and provides system status and logging information.
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Ocularis Recorder - NetEVS
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Unlimited scalability: no limit on number of NetEVS recording servers at multiple sites, and no software-imposed
limits on number of cameras per recording server.
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Simultaneous support for multiple video compression formats: MJPEG, MPEG4, MPEG-4 ASP, MxPEG and
H.264
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Central Management: All recording servers and connected devices are centrally managed by the NetEVS
Management Server, for setup and configuration of cameras and I/O devices, camera event settings, archive
settings, scheduling, and soft buttons for manually triggered events. All configuration data is stored in a central
SQL database. Management application runs as Windows service under local windows account or via Active
Directory.
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System status notification: Management application features desktop icon tray notification, for status and
start/stop service.
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Flexible rule-based management: camera definitions, output actions and storage location can dynamically
adjust based on schedule (multiple time profiles) or on-event via an MS Outlook-style administration interface.
The NetEVS rules wizard provides rule validation for detecting faulty or contradicting rules.
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Preview windows for camera settings: allows instant verification of video settings, per camera
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User Authentication: Via MS Active Directory user accounts and groups/Windows accounts; user administration
via Ocularis Base.
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Simultaneous configuration of entire device groups: cameras and devices connected to multiple recorders
can be configured directly from the NetEVS administration application, eliminating the need to log in to each
recording server.
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Push software upgrades to remote recorders: eliminates the need to update each recorder locally.
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Simple bulk device connection: multiple cameras can be added simply by assigning an IP range (NetEVS
stores each manufacturer’s default username & password.)
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Automatic detection, model identification and MAC address registration of connected devices: NetEVS will
scan the entire camera network or IP address range to identify new or modified cameras and encoders, with a
clear graphical representation, including thumbnail view of the camera stream, of all edge devices at each
recording server.
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Easy setup and configuration of recorders: recorders may be downloaded and installed directly from the
management server, via a dedicated intranet.
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Full automatic failover capability for recording servers: single or multiple failover servers can be configured to
automatically activate in the event of a recording server failure, with no gap or data loss.
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Failover for Management Server: a failover server can be configured for the NetEVS Administration server,
based on Windows Server clustering.
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System and Hardware Events notifications:
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Plug-ins: Motion started, motion stopped
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Hardware: Audio falling, audio passing, audio rising, images received, input activated, input changed, input
deactivated, motion started (HW), motion stopped (HW), tampering, temperature, video lost
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Built-in: Communication error, communication started, communication stopped, feed overflow started, feed
overflow stopped, live client feed requested, live client feed terminated, output activated, output changed,
output deactivated, PTZ manual session started, PTZ manual session stopped, recording started, recording
stopped, settings changed, settings changed error
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Recording server: Archive available, archive unavailable, database disk full, database repair, database
storage area available, database storage area unavailable, failover started, failover stopped
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User-defined events
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Start actions: Start recording, start feed, set live frame rate, set recording frame rate, start patrolling, pause
patrolling, move to PTZ preset position, move to default PTZ preset position, set output, send notification,
make log entry, generate alert, start plug-in, stop plug-in, apply settings on device, send matrix command
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Stop actions: Stop recording, stop feed, restore live frame rate, restore recording frame rate, stop patrolling,
resume patrolling, move to PTZ preset position, move to default PTZ preset position, set output, start plug-in,
stop plug-in, apply settings on device, send matrix command
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Recording Settings: Individual cameras can be configured for recording on motion, continuous recording, or
either based by schedule; and for pre- and post-recording (buffer) on motion/event. Optional speed-up recording
on event.
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PTZ Preset Settings: 50 presets per PTZ camera, controllable from each camera’s view pane in Ocularis Client.
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PTZ Patrol Settings: multiple patrol schemes per camera, with adjustable wait times between presets, scheduled
for time of day or weekend schedule.
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Audio: Two way audio (from camera/IP device-connected microphones and to camera/IP device-connected PA
system).
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Flexible storage/archiving allocation: storage, based on either size or retention period, is allocated per camera
or camera group, with prioritization of important cameras. Video can be stored on local or network drives using a
database structure that eliminates the distinction between ‘live’ recording and ‘archived’ video. Scheduled
Archiving multiple times a day, with no data loss whatsoever during archiving, to local or networked drives.
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Detailed auditing tools: all management operations, including system configurations, event definitions, rules and
alerts, are logged at a central SQL database, with local offline log caching. Logs may be capped for size and time
for efficient database management.
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Support for both Multicast and Unicast
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Multicasting allows many Ocularis Client users to view a single video feed, while optimizing server
load and bandwidth; enabled in all compression formats, including MJPEG & H.264. (Multicasting
must be supported by the network infrastructure.)
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Unicast sends a unique stream, on demand and upon authorization, allowing the user to take
control of the video stream. Multiple unicast streams, replicated by the server, can be sent to
multiple clients, rather than limited to a single user.
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SNMP support: enables receiving system and device health data.
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Multi/dual-stream support: separate video streams, at different resolution, video format and framerate settings,
can be assigned for live monitoring and recording (e.g. MJPEG for live, MPEG4 for recording), for maximizing
CPU, bandwidth and storage resources.
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Support for IPv4 and IPv6 (128-bit addressing), as well as DNS and NAT (Network Address Translation.)
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Single or Multi-Network support: allows managing cameras, recorders and clients on the same or on separate
networks; increases security and improves bandwidth management by separating camera network from the client
network.
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Networking: Support for Multi-Network operation; Port Forwarding (for access from outside a NAT firewall); and
SNMP (for camera status and camera event alerting).
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Network Topology: Support for segmented (VLAN or dedicated network) or shared networks, for physical
network separation between the camera and the recording servers and video clients.
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Outside Network Access: the NetEVS administrator is able to allow/prevent access from outside the local IP
address range. The configuration settings allows selecting an Outside IP Address, Outside IP Port, Local IP
Ranges, Maximum Number of Clients.
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Port forwarding: provides access to recording servers from outside a Network Address Translation (NAT)
firewall.
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Virtualization: Support for VMware and MS Virtual PC®
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Background Operation: NetEVS runs as a Windows® service, with no need for user login. Service can be
stopped/started, and provides system status and logging information.
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Ocularis Client and Ocularis Viewer
Ocularis Client
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Unified Client for Ocularis: Ocularis Client is the main video client for all OnSSI Ocularis solutions.
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Unlimited Concurrent Users: No limit on the number of concurrent client users, and no incremental cost for
additional Ocularis Clients.
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User Authentication: Basic or Windows Active Directory-supported
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Touchscreen-Enabled, Intuitive Interface: Ocularis Client’s intuitive, touchscreen-enabled GUI reacts to the
user’s actions, presenting only the controls and tools required by the current mode of operation.
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Multiple Screen Support: for dual-screen and quad-screen monitoring workstations.
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Mixed Content Views: Users can select among unlimited private or administrator-configured pane arrays of
different sizes (up to 8x8 panes), consisted of camera streams, carousels, hotspots, web browser/static
image/flash animation (requires file support on client machine), and panes for receiving automatic (on-event) and
manual (peer-to-peer) push-video alerts.
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Personalized display attributes: users can set the display mode (windowed or full screen), select active local
monitors, set framerate for peripheral cameras (other than the selected camera), set interface language (English,
French, Spanish, Portuguese and Italian) and manage video streaming attributes for MPEG4/H.264 cameras.
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Pane View/Full Screen Toggle: Any view pane can be toggled between pane and full-screen viewing modes.
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Live Monitoring Assisted by Instantaneous Investigation: A-synchronous live monitoring, with per-camera
controls for playback, pause/live, digital PTZ, optical PTZ and PTZ presets (for PTZ cameras) and dedicated
parsing controls for cameras equipped with 360-degree (Panamorphic) lens.
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Digital PTZ: Applicable in all viewing modes, and assisted by PIP (Picture-in-Picture) for easy orientation. Control
methods include draw rectangle, mouse wheel zoom in/out, and dragging selected PTZ region in PIP window.
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Unified Optical PTZ Control: All PTZ cameras are manipulated using the same controls, regardless of
make/model. Controls include: mouse wheel (zoom in/out), variable zoom ribbon, zoom in/out buttons, point-toCenter, click-draw rectangle, PTZ preset list (unlimited presets) virtual joystick and physical joystick.
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PTZ Prioritization: Users, within user groups, are assigned priority levels for controlling PTZ cameras.
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360-Degree Lens Controls: Special controls are provided for parsing views from fixed cameras equipped with
360-degree (Panamorphic) lens. The parsed view emulates a PTZ camera, with simulated pan, tilt and zoom.
360-degree parsing is available for both wall or ceiling mounted cameras, in single or quad view within a single
camera pane, with playback and digital zoom controls.
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Smart Carousel Monitoring: Carousel panes, displaying cameras in a predefined sequence, include controls for
pause/restart rotation, next and previous camera.
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Change Cameras on the Fly: In all viewing modes, the current camera can be instantly replaced by selecting
another camera from a drop-down list.
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Manual Push-Video Alerting: users are able to send a live push-video alert to other Ocularis Client users
(selectable from a drop-down list). Pushed video alerts can be investigated using playback, digital PTZ and
Optical PTZ controls.
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Copy Current Camera View to Clipboard: users are able to copy live or recorded camera views, for pasting in
other documents or editing using image editing software.
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Switch Audio Streams: Audio streams from camera-connected microphones can be switched on and off,
selectable from a menu list.
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Activate Outputs: I/O devices can be activated directly from Ocularis Client, including visual and audio alarms,
contact closure, etc.
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Investigation and Access to Events: Multiple tools are provided for quickly accessing and investigating video of
incidents:
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Synchronous Camera View: Current live monitoring view will carry upon transitioning to Browse
mode, with synchronous playback, skip to next/previous event and skip to next/previous event
sequence.
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Go to Time/Date: Through ‘odometer’-style control
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Kinetic Motion Timeline: scalable horizontal timeline, with kinetic variability (responding to the
momentum and speed of the user’s ‘swiping’ movement). Allows reviewing extended periods of
recorded video in a short time, with color indicators for recorded video and detected motion.
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Highly Configurable Motion Detection: calibrated for percentage of changed pixels within the
motion detection zone; sensitivity and detection sampling time interval.
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‘Time Slicer’ Tool Set: The Time Slicer tool set auto-generates thumbnails, for rapid drill-down to
the moment of an event, based on time interval, motion detection, camera alerts and alert
sequences. All Time Slicer tool enable the application of digital PTZ to all slices, by drawing a
region in the Timeslicer main pane.
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Shared Event Handling: All events generated within the Ocularis system, or detected by external/add-on
devices, are entered in a dynamically-updated, shared among all authorized users. Users are able to access,
investigate and handle events directly from a dedicated event handling interface, with an on-map indicator of the
camera that triggered the event and dual video panes displaying the recorded event and a live stream. Handled
events may be accessed by the administrator for continued handling.
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Event Bookmarking and Export of Evidence:
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Segments of video for bookmarking and exported are graphically selected on the Kinetic Motion
Timeline.
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Bookmarks are tagged, classified and commented by users, and copied into a Bookmark database.
Bookmarked events are presented along all event information and thumbnail of the incident.
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Video evidence is exported as annotated still image report; multiple still frames; audio-included AVI
file (using NetDVMS only) with annotated preamble, and court-admissible, multi-camera video
database package, which can be played back directly without the use of an installed Ocularis Client,
using the Ocularis Viewer (see below).
Map-based Navigation and Video Wall Management: cameras and camera arrays are accessible through a
map-based interface, used also for Video Wall management (requires optional Ocularis VideoWall add-on).
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Multiple maps, with hyperlinked icons to other maps, cameras and camera groups. Map images are
scalable and movable.
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On-map live preview windows of cameras and camera groups, with full playback, digital PTZ and
optical PTZ (where available) controls.
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Cameras and camera groups are pushed to local displays or remote video wall (optional; requires
Ocularis VideoWall add-on) displays by simple drag-and-drop. Cameras displayed on video walls
are located on their respective maps via a Locator control.
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Views sent to remote video walls are controlled for playback, digital PTZ and optical PTZ, via a
dedicated control panel.
Private View Configuration: users are able to configure private views, from within the client, combining camera
streams, carousels, push video alerts (automatic and manual), hotspots and webpage/image panes.
Ocularis Viewer
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The Ocularis Viewer is a standalone application that allows viewing multi-camera video databases, without the
need for an installed video client application. The Viewer is uploaded to, and runs directly from, the portable
media used for exporting video evidence.
Video database export is used typically where an AVI file is not acceptable as evidence, or for exporting multiple
camera streams within the same file.
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Features of the Video Database Viewer include:
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Comprehensive set of playback controls: play, frame-by-frame, skip to end/beginning of video or go
to specific time stamp. Playback is synchronous for all cameras displayed.
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Scalable timeline, color coded for motion activity and areas of recorded video. The timeline can be
dragged to control multi-camera synchronous playback.
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Digital PTZ (pan, tilt & zoom).
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Export video of selected camera as AVI file, optionally preceded by a preamble including video and
camera data as well as user’s annotations.
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Export still-image (.jpg) annotated incident report, or multiple-frame still-image folder.
Ocularis VideoWall (optional)
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Allows sending video to video wall monitors and remote displays anywhere on the network, all from the Ocularis
Client’s intuitive, map-based controller interface
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Instantly push cameras and camera groups to any display on the network
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Accommodates any number of cameras, displays and simultaneous operators at multiple sites.
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Eliminates the need for analog multiplexing hardware
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Ideal for command and control centers, central station and remote alarm monitoring operations.
Ocularis Analytics (optional)
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Video Content Analytics: Ocularis Analytics, an optional add-on for Ocularis, provides automated detection of
targeted movements and behaviors by people and vehicles. Analytics-generated alerts can be pushed
automatically to users’ Video Clients, together with a graphical metadata overlay indicating the object or
movement that triggered the event.
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Multiple detectors, for a variety of behaviors, can be applied to a single camera.
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Compatible with on-edge processing, providing the advantage of processing raw (pre-compression)
video data.
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PTZ Analytics functionality, including PTZ tracking and motion detection on PTZ presets
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Detection, alerting and reporting modules for a variety of human & vehicular behaviors, including
movement in zone, line crossing, crowding, tailgating, loitering, grouping, object counting,
stickiness, moving water vessel, object left behind, stopped vehicle, road obstacle and asset
protection.
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Hardware Requirements for Ocularis v1.0 SP4 components
Ocularis Base Server:
• CPU: Intel® Xeon®, minimum 2.0 GHz (Dual Core or better
recommended)
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RAM: Minimum 2 GB
Operating System: Microsoft® Windows® Server 2003/2008 (32 or
64-bit)
Software: Microsoft .NET 3.5 SP1 Framework; IIS 6.0 or newer
Ocularis Admin
• CPU: Intel® Core2 Duo CPU 2.8 GHz
• RAM: Minimum 2 GB
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Operating System: Microsoft® Windows® XP Professional SP3,
Windows Vista Business, Ultimate or Windows 7 Professional or
Ultimate (32 or 64-bit)
Graphics Adapter: Adapter: PCI-Express, 128 MB RAM, Direct 3D
supported
Ocularis Recorder – NetDVMS
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CPU - Intel® Xeon Processor (Intel Core 2 Duo recommended)
RAM - Minimum 2 GB
Network - Ethernet, 1 GB
Hard Disk Type - SATA, SCSI, SAS.
Hard Disk Space - Minimum 80 GB free (depends on number of
cameras and recording settings).
Operating System - Microsoft® Windows® XP Professional
Microsoft® Windows® Vista Business/Enterprise/Ultimate, Server
2003/2008. Windows Vista's User Access Control (UAC) needs to
be disabled in order to run OnSSI software.
Internet Information Services (IIS) 5.0 or later and Microsoft .NET
Framework 1.1. required for running NetPDA Server
Software: Microsoft .NET 3.5 SP1 Framework; IIS 6.0 or newer
Ocularis Recorder - NetEVS Recording Server (including Failover
Recorder Server)
• CPU – Dual Core Intel® Xeon, minimum 2.0 GHz (Quad Core
recommended)
• RAM - Minimum 4 GB
• Network - Ethernet, 1 GB recommended
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Hard Disk Type - SATA, SCSI, SAS.
Operating System - Microsoft® Windows® Server 2003 or Server
2008, (32 or 64 bit).
Software: Microsoft .NET 3.5 SP1 Framework; IIS 6.0 or newer
Ocularis Recorder – NetEVS Management Client:
(Does not require a dedicated PC; may be installed on video client
machine).
• CPU – Intel® Xeon®, minimum 2.0 GHz (Dual Core or better
recommended)
Ocularis Analytics Server
No. of Devices
CPU
RAM
Hard Disk
Network
OS
Database
Graphics Adapter
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RAM - Minimum 2 GB
Network - Ethernet, 1 GB recommended
Hard Disk Type - SATA, SCSI, SAS.
Operating System - Microsoft® Windows® Server 2003 or Server
2008, (32 or 64 bit).
Software: Microsoft .NET 3.5 SP1 Framework; IIS 6.0 or newer
Ocularis Recorder - NetEVS Management Client
The NetEVS Management Client does not require a dedicated PC. It is
typically installed on a PC running Ocularis Client.
• CPU – Intel Core2 Duo, minimum 2.0 GHz
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RAM - Minimum 2 GB
Operating System - Microsoft® Windows® XP Professional SP3,
Windows Vista Business, Ultimate or Windows 7 Professional or
Ultimate (32 or 64 Bit).
Software: NET 3.5 Framework SP1 and DirectX 9.0, or newer
Ocularis Client
Intel® Core2 Duo CPU 2.8 GHz
RAM: Minimum 2 GB
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Network: Ethernet (100 Mb or higher recommended)
Operating System: Microsoft® Windows® XP Professional SP3,
Windows Vista Business, Ultimate or Windows 7 Business or
Ultimate
• Graphics adapter: PCI-Express, minimum 256 MB RAM, Direct 3D
supported. Guidelines for Video RAM Requirements:
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20 simultaneous Video Channels: 512 MB
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35 simultaneous Video Channels: 1 GB
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50 simultaneous Video Channels: 1.5 GB
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64 simultaneous Video Channels: 2 GB
Video RAM requirements are regardless of number of attached monitors.
Additional factors may affect video RAM requirements, including
megapixel cameras, compression format, as well as video card and other
system hardware specifications
Ocularis Viewer
CPU: Intel® Core 2 Quad CPU 2.8 GHz
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RAM: Minimum 2 GB
Network: Ethernet (100 Mb or higher recommended)
Operating System: Microsoft® Windows® XP Professional SP2 or
Vista, both 32 bit
Graphics Adapter: PCI-Express, 256 MB RAM, Direct 3D supported
Note: For demonstration purposes or trial systems (supporting less than
8 cameras), all software components can be run on one workstation
provided the appropriate hardware specifications are met.
1-50
50-100
100-400
2.8GHz, Core 2
2GHz, Quad Core
Dual 2GHz, Quad Core
2GB
4GB
6-8GB
40GB
1 Gbit
XP Pro SP2*; Vista*
2003 Server Standard
SQL 2005 Express
SQL 2005 Standard or Express
64MB RAM; 128MB if running the Analytic Configuration Client
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