Surveillance platform with high powered computing processor

30th July 2018
Alex Lynn

It has been announced that Lanner has released the NVA-3000, an industrial box PC powered by Intel Atom N4200/x7-E3950 CPU (codenamed Apollo Lake). This surveillance platform features multiple I/O integration for LAN/PoE connectivity for video surveillance/machine vision and/or industrial automation.

The NVA-3000’s includes, a high performance computing processor, the Intel Atom N4200/x7-E3950, which means video surveillance is both video and graphic intensive and requires powerful processors for content encoding, streaming and compression and output delivery.

It also has LPDDR4 memory technology, 2400MHz, 4GB. The adoption of LPDDR4 ensures low-latency, which is one of the most imperative considerations in all surveillance applications. Intel HD Graphics makes a hardware-integrated graphics controller plays a significant role in reducing the latencies when the system is encoding, compressing or streaming digitalised contents.

Furthermore the NVA-3000 has multiple Ethernet interfaces, 8x RJ45 PoE+ and 2x RJ45 LAN, hot-pluggable PoE+ ports are needed for establishing connections with IP surveillance cameras, and 1U form factor, 310x44x220mm. Such 1U form factor is ideal for deployment in space challenged settings.

Lanner’s other video intelligence and surveillance platforms include the LEC-7338 and the LEC-2580.

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