Advansus will partner with Geovision and Everfocus to highlight a network-based video surveillance application at Embedded World 2008, from February 26-28 in Nuremburg Germany.
Combined with this, Advansus will have on hand a comprehensive display of seven systems and sixteen motherboards to demonstrate 3D gaming, digital signage and kiosk applications, based on Mini-ITX motherboards, all of which feature dual-view displays, dual audio streams and 5W stereo amplifiers.
Surveillance system alliance
GeoVision will exhibit an IP-based surveillance application comprised of Advansus's Q965 ATX motherboard and GeoVision's GV-1480 16 CH 480 FPS DVR Card.
The system can record motion-activated intruder events and store them all with a current date and time stamp, from which they can then be compressed onto a PC hard disk. The recorded video can be viewed remotely from anywhere in the world via Modem, ISDN or ADSL/LAN connections.
EverFocus supplies four sets of 350HQ CCD cameras to deliver crystal clear video. The 350HQ camera uses 1/3" SONY HQ CCD sensors to produce super-high resolution.
The camera leverages PureVision technology that increases the auto-gain control when light levels fall, to increase camera sensitivity.
One-stop sourcing for long-life motherboards
Advansus offers a wide variety of motherboards and systems across Intel, VIA and AMD architectures. Four Q965 motherboards bring customers high speed computing engines in various form factors.
The GME965 motherboard and system supports low power and low cost applications with high performance graphics and multiple displays. Fanless motherboards and systems including Intel, AMD, and VIA provide good choices for a wide range of low-power embedded applications.