Geutebruck streamlines G-Scope+ series

Windhagen, Germany

New slimmed down range of G-Scope+ NVRs makes selection easier for users

The new G-Scope+ recorder series has been streamlined and now consists of 5 different recorder models, rather than 12, and all with the new Geutebruck design.

This slimming down of the recorder portfolio makes it easier for the user to select the ideal device for specific requirements, all of course with the already well-known functionalities.

All five recorder models have the latest generation of motherboards and processors as well as the Windows 10 IoT Enterprise Embedded or Windows Server 2016 operating systems.

With this further development of the recorder portfolio of the G-Scope to G-Scope+, Geutebruck have been able to achieve a noticeable increase in the performance for processing video images. Further advantages, according to the company, are greater simplicity and flexibility in all application scenarios, associated savings in time, and cost for installers and operators.

As a point to note, the already known, highly versatile functionality of the G-Core video management software, such as the high-end video engine with GPU acceleration in 64 bit architecture and the fulfillment of the most stringent data privacy requirements (privacy masking, manipulation-proof database architecture, watermark etc.), are retained.


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