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Apple has started selling a “smart” video surveillance system Uniden Wireless DVR

The times when the demand for video surveillance systems were formed exclusively by government entities, banks and security firms, are long gone. Improvement in apparatus for recording and storage, the development of a simple color ways of filming and shooting in complete darkness, improved compression technology and broadcast video stream, the evolution of wired and wireless communication interfaces – all this in just a few years radically transformed the very essence of video surveillance systems.

The range of online Apple store appeared remote video surveillance system Uniden Wireless Video Surveillance DVR HDD with video recording capability within 120 days. The device is positioned as a solution for security surveillance at an apartment, home, small office/home office. It provides a view using iOS and OS X live video in real time with situated on the removal of surveillance cameras, and provides the ability to record streams for later viewing.

The kit is a complete system of “turnkey”. It includes a server and two video cameras with night vision function. The server is designed for continuous operation 24×7, provides efficient power consumption. The system is able to record videos in H. 264 VGA simultaneously on 4 channels, and supports internal hard drive 1TB, providing storage of up to four months of recording.

Camera in addition to the Ethernet port supports a wireless interface and allow for the organization of bilateral synchronous system monitoring-enabled recording channels video and audio, including at zero coverage. The remote control system allows real-time monitoring of the observed objects through the Internet at any distance – with the help of mobile applications for iPhone, iPad and Mac.

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Currently, Uniden Wireless Video Surveillance DVR HDD not a supported platform for smart home HomeKit, however, did not prevent Apple to start selling the system. Online store novelty presents for around $500.

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