Room with a view

The starting point for the detailed research as to what products would best match Radisson Blu Edwardian Hotels’ demanding requirements was the video recording solution. Although images from the 700 plus dome cameras installed across the 14 hotels can be viewed live at control rooms located at Heathrow and London, the key objective has always been to record activity captured by the cameras so that any incidents or suspicious activity can be investigated, and if appropriate, video evidence can be retrieved and passed onto the police for prosecution purposes.

On paper, Samsung’s SRD-1670D DVR, which can simultaneously record real time images across all of its 16 channels at 4CIF, came out the clear winner after a number of different DVRs were evaluated and the selection of this model was confirmed after it was trialled over a four month period. 

Radisson Blu Edwardian Hotels are in the process of testing Samsung’s NVRs with a view to migrating from an analogue based system to a networked IP solution.

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