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Figure 6 This is a system that shows how analog cameras can be networked using a network DVR for remote monitoring of live and recorded video.
The network DVR system provides the following advantages: 2.4
> Remote monitoring of video via a PC > Remote operation of the system Video encoder-based network video systems
Axis video encoder
Analog Coax Cabling
Network switch LAN/Internet
Computer with video management software
Figure 7 This diagram shows a true network video system, where video is continuously transported over an IP network. It uses a video encoder as the cornerstone to migrate the analog security system into an open IP-based video solution.
A video encoder-based network video system has the following advantages:
> Use of standard network and PC server hardware for video recording and management > The system is scalable in steps of one camera at a time > Possibility to record off-site > Possibilities for distributed intelligence > Easier to integrate with other systems such as Point of Sales and building management > Ability to use Power over Ethernet > Future-proof since the system can be easily expanded by incorporating network cameras