The GV-GIS is a GIS (Geographic Information System) based central management system for GeoVision devices.
The vehicle tracking and remote location verification from the GV-GIS is made possible by the GPS receiver attached to GV-Video Server and GV-Compact DVR to constantly obtain the GPS data (vehicle coordinates and speed) from the satellite, and through mobile internet connection (e.g. UMTS, EV-DO, EDGE, GPRS, GSM, etc) to transmit the GPS data to the GV-GIS.
Besides real-time vehicle tracking, you can also monitor the location of cameras and the status of I/O devices from the DVR and NVR, without GPS functions for city surveillance.
GIS central management system
500 vehicles tracking at one time
Real-time vehicle GPS coordinates
Real-time vehicle video image
Google Maps, Microsoft Virtual Earth and user-defined maps support
GPS Tracks playback
Idle Speed Detection
Over Speed Detection
Motion and Input-triggered alert for fixed hosts
Customized landmark (interested points) setting
Integration with GV-I/O Box, GV-Video Server, GV-Compact DVR, GV-IP Camera, GV-System and GV-NVR
GIS Web Interface for remote monitoring and tracking
Minimum System Requirements
Core i3 2120K 3.3 GHz / Core i5 2500K 3.3 GHz / Core i7 2600K 3.4 GHz
See the table below for detail.
2 x 1 GB Dual Channels
Note: The .Net Framework can be found in the Software DVD.
500 mobile hosts
1, 3, 5, 10 or 10 plus an increment of 5 up to a total of 500 vehicle connections
2. GIS + VSM
Note: It is recommended to use the internal GV-USB Dongle to have the Hardware Watchdog function which restarts the PC when Windows crashes or freezes.
Total Frame Rate based on CPU Type
The total frame rates (fps) of 16 live views are listed below according to the resolution, codec and CPU type.