Hikvision’s Turbo HD revolutionized analog surveillance by integrating the High Definition Transport Interface (HDTVI) open standard. Based on the original analog transmission media, the HDTVI standard allows HD video to be transmitted over a coax-based system at an extended distance with higher reliability.
Hikvision is the first to introduce the H.265+ high-efficiency coded to DVRs, significantly cutting down the bandwidth and storage requirements for HD videos. We’re also the first to use deep learning algorithms – via AcuSense technology – to improve alarm efficiency. With Turbo HD, Hikvision sets a higher bar for HD-over-coaxial solutions by bringing superior picture quality and more smart features to the analog world.
Hikvision’s Turbo HD DVRs are divided into 5 major series offering various features and capabilities: Ultra, Pro, Value, AcuSense, and Special. Whether you’re upgrading a legacy analog security system or installing a brand new one, you’ll find a perfect match that suits your specific needs.
Digital Video Recorder system isn’t just about surveillance, even if! A DVR application provides you more than that, like hard drive recording. Hard drive recording makes it simple and easy to track and play back prior recordings. You can also play back more than one camera all at once. All the footage is saved in accessible file/folder on your pc. Moreover, it offers the features of remote monitoring, easy and quick searches, great storage and much more. In the early years, the footages had been recorded and stored on the videotapes as opposed to disks. But now the strategy of storing the videos on a video tape is not all effective. For the business who are not willing to change to the IP surveillance and wish to view the videos in digital quality, DVR is a good solution.Hikvision comes in various models and it includes Turbo HD DVR, Standalone DVR and Mobile DVR.