Our team of engineers develops both the hardware and the software, in order to offer a comprehensive video surveillance solution.
It is a flexible and integrable solution that complies with the ONVIF protocol. This allows our recorders and VMS to easily manage both IP and analog cameras using our plug & play technology. This also allows our recorders to be easily managed from third party applications.
The Lanaccess development team also has the ability to integrate non-ONVIF solutions.
Thanks to our SDK and the open architecture of our software, it allows us to be integrated into the main CRAs, PSIMs, among other third-party solutions. We also have, for example, SNMP libraries or integrations with SCADA systems.
We adapt to the needs of our customers.
When the project has required it, specific modifications have also been made for the client, offering totally new video recorders, adaptations in the software or even the creation of intelligent video analytics developed with deep learning algorithms specific to the sector.
Protect analytics, is one of the analytics of the LAVA series, it is based on neural networks (Deep Learning), a model specially trained for detection that drastically reduces the number of false alarms. The solution can be integrated in our video recorders, in standalone hardware modules or in customer servers.
Intrusion detection analytics allows defining different zones to be analyzed per channel and detects the presence of people in the configured zones,
The solution works with both viewing cameras and thermal cameras.
Thanks to the tracking functionality, it is also possible to configure the following additional rules:
Unlike traditional analytics, analytics built into Lanaccess AI modules based on neural networks do not require camera calibration or scenarios.
The energy sector has very heterogeneous facilities, the scenarios can be very different and that means that the required video recorders can vary greatly depending on the location. The two main scenarios that we have encountered have been:
Our video recorders have their own real-time operating system, protecting them from massive attacks that attack Windows devices (such as Wannacry) and / or Linux. If we also add the exclusive hardware design, we make it even more difficult to create specific viruses against Lanaccess systems.
The PoE + CCTV switch that video recorders incorporate is a very useful tool for cybersecurity. It allows you to completely isolate the IP cameras from the corporate network, and automatically monitor the connection of devices (if it detects that a camera has been replaced by another device, it can block the port automatically).
In addition, our NVRs have specific tools for detecting denial of service DDoS attacks.
Lanaccess designs and manufactures specific hardware for video recording, optimizing its components and resources, and thus obtaining:
Locked camera detection and automatic IP camera reset thanks to the integrated switch. There is also the possibility of manual reset.
Scheduled (or immediate) execution of equipment supervision rounds:
Graphic display of the main incidents of the system: