Mango's Intelligent Video Server Solution First to Offer a Combination of Advanced Video Compression and Streaming with ObjectVideo Intelligent Video Analytics
The Mango IVS, based on the Raven board family, allows integrators and security OEMs to build feature-rich video surveillance systems by combining many cutting edge technologies onto one compact, easy to integrate, programmable device. Utilizing the advanced video processing capabilities of the DM642 digital media processor, the Mango IVS combines video and audio compression and streaming with ObjectVideo OnBoard(TM), ObjectVideo's leading intelligent video software optimized for operation with TI's digital signal processor (DSP)-based digital media processors. With this solution, the video, audio and networking functions have been combined on a single DSP creating a cost effective embedded platform for video surveillance products.
"This video server solution enables security system developers a high performance, comprehensive product that can be used to convert an ordinary analog camera to an intelligent digital IP surveillance camera which provides remote viewing capability and video content analysis options," said Yvonne Cager, video surveillance business manager, TI.
Based on the DM642 digital media processor, the Mango IVS software runs on Mango's entire line of Raven video processing boards supporting one, four and eight channel solutions. The IVS can perform multiple video surveillance tasks such as full resolution, 720x480 video acquisition, 16-bit audio acquisition, MPEG4 or H.264 baseline video compression and JPEG compression for low bitrate networks. The IVS is an ideal solution for CCTV security systems or any other video streaming application. Raven boards feature a small form factor, power consumption as low as 5W, and a ruggedized build ideal for mobile and field solutions.
"The high performance of the DM642 DSP running up to 720MHz has allowed us to combine multiple video surveillance technologies such as full resolution video compression with video analytics on the same DSP," said Joel Rotem, director of technical sales, MangoDSP. "This technology allows us to replace the use of a PC server with a compact, rugged cost-effective solution."
ObjectVideo's intelligent video analysis algorithms, based on artificial intelligence called "computer vision," run all objects in a camera's view against pre-programmed rules. When a user-defined rule is violated, such as an intrusion, theft, abandoned bag or a person loitering in an unauthorized area, the software sends an alert to a monitoring console, email, pager or other specified location. The addition of ObjectVideo's algorithms to the IVS package allows developers to build fully automated devices capable of monitoring portals, fences or other virtual "protected" zones. In addition, by sending high resolution video from cameras where an alert is detected and keeping the "uneventful" video streams at low resolution, up to 90% of the systems bandwidth can be reduced while keeping coverage quality at a high level.
Two customers will debut products based on Mango's IVS at the ASIS show starting September 12 in Orlando, Florida. Phoenix IVS, a division of Phoenix WorldWide Industries Inc., will unveil its Intelligent Video Module(TM) (IVM), an advanced video surveillance server/DVR that transforms a conventional CCTV system into a network-based intelligent video security system in Phoenix's booth (#172) and in ObjectVideo booth (#818). Great Lakes Electronic Distributing (GLED) will showcase its Certera(TM) Intelligent Appliance, a video server targeted at OEMs and system integrators interested in a turnkey hardware solution that combines video streaming and intelligent video analytics capabilities in a compact device in ObjectVideo's booth (#818).
The Mango IVS platform will be demoed in the TI Technology Partner area of ObjectVideo's booth (#818) as well as in Mango DSP booth (#1221). For more information visit the Mango DSP website at http://www.mangodsp.com .
About Texas Instruments
Texas Instruments Incorporated provides innovative DSP and analog technologies to meet our customers' real world signal processing requirements. In addition to Semiconductor, the company's businesses include Sensors & Controls, and Educational & Productivity Solutions. TI is headquartered in Dallas, Texas, and has manufacturing, design or sales operations in more than 25 countries.
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MangoDSP is a leading manufacturer of high-performance multiprocessing hardware and software DSP solutions for the video & imaging market. The company focuses on working with OEMs and large system integrators, helping them create custom and private label solutions. Mango's solutions are used in Video Surveillance, Defense, HDTV, Broadcast and Video Telecommunications systems. At the core of Mango's solutions is a DSP based processing engine which provides industry leading performance, is programmable, compact and cost effective. Mango products are available in commercial and rugged form. On the Net: http://www.mangodsp.com/ .
About ObjectVideo, Inc.
ObjectVideo(R) provides intelligent video software for the protection of critical infrastructure and high-risk environments such as borders, airports, seaports, oil refineries, chemical and nuclear plants and water treatment facilities. Based on patented computer vision technology, ObjectVideo's software is deployed in more than 170 locations in eight countries, including Iraq, where the U.S. Marines use it to protect soldiers in forward-operating bases. ObjectVideo provides the security market with an advanced ability to detect, classify, track and analyze video data, allowing end users to proactively address threats, improve security planning and enhance overall effectiveness. ObjectVideo markets and sells its products through a Video Intelligent Partner (VIP) program of leading security companies on digital signal processor and server platforms.
On the Net: http://www.objectvideo.com