DVR Server Monitoring Solution

August 24, 2005 at 4:04 am 1 comment

360DVD – Full Circle Digital Video Data

An Online Application remotely monitors the status of 1 to thousands of Digital Video Recording Security systems*. Simultaneously, it monitors connected video cameras at multiple business within a city, state, country and even worldwide. The application retrieves information from the DVR system log, and displays it in a FLASH graphic format, including graphs and gauges.

Business owners and managers can determine the status of all DVRs selected for automatic polling at a glance. Other options include having detailed reports emailed directly to you. These documents display a variety of status graphs, screenshots, and log files including:

~ # of days of recording on the hard drive
~ # of times a manager logged into the DVR
~ # of times a customer walked through a door
~ Temperature of the DVR ,CPU, and Case
~ Camera and Power Failure
~ Screen Shots of Applications Used
~ DVR Error Messages

These features allow the user to quickly troubleshoot, anticipate problems, as well as schedule any preventive maintenance. The 360DVD Online Application saves the user an incredible amount of time, since he/she won’t have to individually log into every owned DVR, or wait to find out about a problem.

Acme Inc. owns 30 locations with 30 DVR Systems. If they spend a mere
15 minutes logging into each DVR, it would still take them over 7.5 hours to review all statistical information on the DVR System. This isn’t even taking into account additional notes they would need to document by themselves.

If Acme Inc. is using the 360DVD Online Application, it would only take
a maximum of 15 minutes to review ALL statistical information from all 30 DVR Systems. Additionally, the company would have a clear “peace of mind,” knowing that all 30 DVRs are working and recording video on an everyday basis.


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1 Comment Add your own

  • 1. peter  |  August 15, 2006 at 1:42 pm


    google like it?

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