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The DIVAR network 2000 and 3000 series and the DIVAR hybrid 3000 are primarily standalone solutions for businesses with one location, such as independent retailers, convenience stores or medium sized hotels. The DIVAR network 5000 and DIVAR hybrid 5000 models are designed to be easily mounted in a 19” rack, making them suitable for medium businesses and chains of stores that prefer hideaway installation below the counter, in a separate server room or another suitable location.

The DIVAR network and hybrid recording solutions help to construct future-proof IP video surveillance systems for small and medium businesses, allowing them to shift to a full IP video surveillance system, or expand it, step by step.

Bodyguards who never leave you unprotected.

IndigoVision’s Network Video Recorders (NVRs) never take a day off, never have a nap, never stop for a coffee break. They are always connected and focused on keeping you safe.

Unlike DVRs, NVRs don’t encode or decode. They leave that to the cameras and management software.

They keep their eyes on the ball and that ball is to protect you with full-frame rate HD video recordings from every camera they’re connected to.

Our digital bodyguards are armed to keep your evidence safe.
Each video frame is digitally watermarked as it’s recorded and exported. Tampering can be detected at any point in the evidence chain.

With automatic redundancy and failover, a second NVR can be set to takeover recording if a primary NVR ever fails. Automatically. No user intervention needed.

Or you can double your protection by setting a second NVR to record the same video in parallel.

IndigoVision’s NVRs support all major cameras. But working in harness with our own market leading security cameras and Control Center, the world’s most advanced video security management software, these bodyguards become brainier and brawnier.

See everything, hear everything, track everything.
Map-based Monitoring lets you navigate across cameras, while Pursuit Mode instantly follows any moving object from one camera to the next. You can respond to any event with fast forensic search.

Is your business expanding? Control Center expands with it. Unrestricted license allows unlimited installations, cameras or screens. Add cameras and consoles where you need them.

To demonstrate the benefits of software that is intrinsically part of the hardware, pick up an iPhone. “It Just Works”.

The same with IndigoVision, software that’s intrinsically part of the hardware. You get end-to-end benefits like a video security system that’s future-proofed for years to come. Our Distributed Network Architecture (DNA) means no management servers so no single point of failure. You also get easy system scalability. More security cameras? Slap them in wherever you need them. Need more video security recorders: add them.

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Sample Customers
Casa Cuervo, DriveOhio, Southeastern Rail Network
ABB, Jetblue, BMW, Amazon, Redbull, Toyota

Bosch DIVAR Series is ranked 13th in Network Video Recorders (NVR) while IndigoVision NVR-AS Series is ranked 14th in Network Video Recorders (NVR). Bosch DIVAR Series is rated 0.0, while IndigoVision NVR-AS Series is rated 0.0. On the other hand, Bosch DIVAR Series is most compared with Dahua Pro Series, whereas IndigoVision NVR-AS Series is most compared with Honeywell MAXPRO NVR Series.

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