SafeGuard supports the capture and synchronous playback of audio (analog, digital, VoIP), radar (serial or network), keyboard and mouse, At-the-Glass video signals (analog and digital), CCTV camera signals, distributed network data, and more. The solution offers flexible content management with local and remote storage, programmemable archive, and export features.
The system management and features of SafeGuard are designed to operate in a web browser for supporting cross-platform operation. This allows remote network access between servers and management workstations so users can maintain centralized control of data capture, user profiles, system monitoring, and more.
The web browser employs https and enhanced authentication measures to ensure that all transactions between the browser client and data server are secure. In high security applications where files are extremely sensitive, captured data may be optionally encrypted in primary storage. Based on the Linux OS from the outset, the SafeGuard server benefits from the enhanced security that comes with this operating system. This includes up-to-date protocols that follow the most recent security standards and compliance with relevant STIG (Security Technical Implementation Guide) standards.
Users are allocated a unique user ID and password and are assigned specific system roles. Roles are configured to allow or deny access to various feature sets and/or functions based on operational requirements. This ensures that data can only be accessed and shared by users with sufficient privileges.
SafeGuard’s interface supports touch screen monitors and tablets for an intuitive user experience. Mice and trackballs are also supported to provide a wide array of user access options.
SafeGuard is designed from the ground up to be a highly configurable solution that can be built to meet specific customer needs. This allows future upgrades, expansion, or replacement while maintaining investment protection through backwards compatibility of interfaces. Options such as RAID configuration, dual PSU, redundant Ethernet, and Hot Swap components are all supported to provide flexibility and ease of maintenance. Furthermore, SafeGuard works seamlessly with EIZO’s ATC hardware solutions including monitors, encoding & streaming devices, and graphics boards. This provides users with a fully integrated end-to-end data management system with the assurance of smooth interoperability.
EIZO will be showing SafeGuard for the first time at World ATM Congress 2018 in Madrid, Spain March 6 – 8, 2018. Visit booth 349 to see a live demonstration of the solution.
EIZO (TSE:6737), which means image in Japanese, is a visual technology company that develops and manufactures high-end display solutions. EIZO integrates hardware and software technologies with consulting, web hosting, and other services to help customers in business, graphics, gaming, medicine, maritime, air traffic control, and other fields work more comfortably, efficiently, and creatively. Headquartered in Hakusan, Japan, EIZO has R&D and manufacturing facilities in Japan, China, Germany, and the US, and representation in more than 80 countries. For more information, please visit www.eizoglobal.com.
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