Race Communications offers an improved RemoteVU video system.

Race Communications Company, leading
    russian system integrator, starts
    deliveries of a new generation of remote control systems
    security surveillance and video monitoring RemoteVU
    divisions of the Internet and Networking Group (ING) of Motorola.
    Improved RemoteVU systems allow you to reduce
    network load and increase efficiency
    use of communication channels thanks
to functions such as automatic dialer, detector
    traffic, speed limit on the transmitting
    interface , etc.

RemoteVU technology is used to transmit
    video images over data transmission networks.
of data, voice and video traffic in one telecommunication infrastructure
    helps to reduce communication costs by
    rejection of multiple duplicate systems.
    Motorola ING hardware provides the construction of
    networks with multimedia traffic transmission and
integration of such capabilities into existing ones
    data networks. Thanks to the modular architecture
    Vanguard access devices (routers) and
    The Open Networking System (ONS) operating system
provides users with maximum flexibility in
network design and freedom for further


    The RemoteVU solution consists of a daughter board for
Vanguard devices and a Windows application for viewing
    images on a PC. The child board performs
    detection, digitization and compression of the input
    video signal, and the Vanguard device provides
    image transmission over IP, Frame Relay, X.25, ISDN networks,
    PSTN. RemoteVU board is compatible with professional
    video surveillance equipment, therefore
, Motorola ING technology can be easily implemented into
an existing security system.


    The Call on Motion function allows you to detect
    movement in the frame and automatically set
    connection to the operator console. In the event that
    changes in the frame exceed the set threshold,
    the system sends a message to the user and
starts transmitting the image to the PC with
    installed BY RemoteVU. The new function is
an addition to the means of constructing a histogram
    movements based on image analysis,
    recorded on the hard disk. Viewing
    histogram, the operator can access
directly to the areas of video recording with
increased activity in the frame.


    In addition, users have the opportunity to
    adjust additional parameters.
You can now adjust the sharpness for each camera,
    resolution and threshold of the motion detector in
    an addition to the previously existing
color and image size settings. For example, when
observing objects outdoors
    a high threshold of the detector should be set
    movements so that foliage or flying birds do not
    caused the system to fire, and to track the
    office premises during non-working hours
    it is necessary to increase the sensitivity of the detector.


    The new version of the RemoteVU board supports the following
    speed limits of the transmitting interface,
    which allows you to reduce bandwidth,
    occupied by video data.


    Drivers for the extended set have also been released
    multiplexers, sequencers and controlled
    video cameras. RemoteVU boards are capable of detecting
    black-and-white and color signal in PAL, SECAM, NTSC formats.


    Retail price of RemoteVU video card in Race company
    Communications is $890, PC applications are $290-3820
depending on functionality.

Race Communications specializes in
    system integration in the field of corporate and
telecommunication systems. Company
    offers solutions based on products and
technologies of the world's leading manufacturers
    network and computer equipment and software
    Software: Motorola ING, ADC (PairGain), Cisco, Compaq, Hewlett-Packard, RAD Data,
    MultiTech, Eicon, APC, Novell, Citrix, Patton Electronics, etc. More
    For more information about Race Communications, please
    to find out by phone (495) 785-0770, on the Web server www.race.ru or by email corp@race.ru .

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