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Kipod Server presents a tool for intelligent complex monitoring of remote objects and is designed to solve such tasks as:

  • centralized remote monitoring;
  • monitoring of various security subsystems;
  • enhancing efficiency on prevention of hazardous situations and elimination of their consequences;
  • on-the-spot investigation of unauthorized actions.

Kipod Server includes a wide range of video analytics tools, audio analytics and means of integration with external event sources, including the monitoring and access control system (CASTLE PACS), the payment and access system (ISD), the alarm system (NetPing IO), terminals of the non-cash payment system (Berlio) and third-party devices on the base of the Dallmeier video surveillance platform.

Local users connect to the server via a high-speed network using the automated workplaces (AWP) on Windows or Ubuntu operating systems. Cloud users are able to work with the server in a standard browser (no software is needed) via low-bandwidth communication channels or in mobile applications designed for Android and iOS platforms.

Multiple remote sites can be connected to a monitoring center that provides aggregation of alarm events with media data, supervision of incidents, centralized administration and monitoring of equipment performance.

Built-in video analytics server modules automatically recognize alarming situations in the streaming video coming from surveillance cameras and broadcast events in real time to AWPs of both local and cloud users. The standard package contains video analytics modules used for motion detection, allocation of objects in the video stream,video quality control and tampering detection.

The plus package includes video analytics for intrusion detection, object classification (humans, vehicles), biometric face recognition, as well as audio analytics enabling sound recognition (shouting, shots, explosions, noise).


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