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HuperVision 4000 DSS Server Board HM6316*: OverviewHuperLab in BriefHuper Laboratories (known as huperLab) is a leading developer of intelligence video surveillance systems, and a technology innovator on computer vision, video and audio codec, and streaming technology. As a professional video surveillance solution provider, huperLab has been devoted to researching and developing comprehensive, easy-to-use, and reliable surveillance products since 1997. So far, huperLab has sold over 110,000 surveillance systems to clients in over 30 countries.HuperLab offers a wide range of PC-based DVR systems, and the PTZ camera auto tracking system. The huperVision 4000* series is the intelligent video surveillance system with powerful and smart DVR functions while the huperDVR 2400* series is positioned as huperLab’s basic (entry-level) DVR system for general use. HuperTracker*, moreover, is an automated tracking system that engages multi-camera associated tracking by using one PTZ camera coupled with at a maximum of three still cameras. Users can see the object details from different perspectives, and monitor its moving path with both PTZ and still cameras simultaneously. For details, please visit huperLab’s company website at www.huperlab.com.Read the full HuperVision 4000 DSS Server Board HM6316* Overview.
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