Multi camera recording system
GOST (Global Ocean Security Technologies), a US manufacturer of marine security, tracking, monitoring and video surveillance systems has showcased the next generation higher resolution GOST Watch HD H2O XVR video recording system at the recent Workboat Show.
This all-in-one video recording system is compatible with up to eight 1080P analog cameras and/or ONVIF protocol IP cameras, and is capable of saving up to three months of the highest resolution footage with its four-terabyte hard drive. The new hardware comes complete with TLS/SSL encryption and is encoded with H.264 Advanced Video Coding designed specifically to capture and store video aboard the modern commercial workboat. Footage can be accessed locally on board the boat for viewing and downloading to a computer or USB thumb drive; or remotely via the GOST Watch HD XVR app or website. Housed in an IP67 certified waterproof and impact-resistant GRP container, the GOST Watch H2O also includes a high-speed 4G LTE data communicator and is designed for easy installation and control.
“There is now a high demand in the workboat market for recording video aboard and accessing it in real time from onshore,” said Brian Kane, CTO, GOST. “This new all-in-one system meets the unique challenges and demands of work on the water with an easy-to-use hardware and app interface. The Workboat Show allowed us to interact with new and existing customers and gain valuable insight into the video surveillance needs of this vital segment surveillance capabilities.”
By Jake Frith
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