By better quality, do you mean higher resolution video or more / better VMS features or?
And you want the video to be hosted off site or can it be stored locally?
In terms of companies that offer recorders with managed video capabilities, there is:
- Next Level / NLSS
- March Networks
- Axis AVHS partners with NAS units on site
The first two tend to sell the recorders at full price and give away (or for very little) the managed video services.
The big name VMSes do not really offer anything like this (as an out of the box offering).
So I am totally bias on this...
But isn't Stratocast an Out of Box offering from a big name VMS?
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Thanks. we actually do on-site recording via dahua nvr's and dvr's.
We just need the cloud for getting the video to the users via browsers and mobile apps...
Kenny - Could you please explain that a little more?
Dahua doesn't have a Mobile App, or Web Service on their NVR? I'm not familiar at all with their recording platform, but I just assumed they had both.
We use the dahua for live local display and for local recording.
We use a seperate cloud service to get the live video to our end users via browsers and mobile app.
With this cloud service we can use both IP and Analog cameras via dahua dvr's and nvr's.
Hello, I work for Smartvue. You should take a look at what we have to offer.
I did look at smartvue... its a nice product... but the quality of the local view was not enough for some in the company here... With the cloud we are using now... we can use the dahua nvr or dvr for local high quality real time display of the video... and for local recording.
The cloud just handles the live streaming of the video to our end users.
I think we have what you need. Local storage, high resolution video, cloud user managment and push notifications as needed. Fully integrated with central station software, DMP intrusion/access and analytics via Hanwha and Sight Logix.
Our team can connect and show you the ROI via webinar.
Edward, this post is from five years ago... I don't think it's necessary to bump such an outdated thread.