Synology unveils Deep Learning NVR DVA3219, enabling on-prem AI-Powered Video Analytics

Synology Inc. has launched the Deep Learning NVR DVA3219, an on-premises surveillance solution that provides accurate video detection results and minimises environmental interference with deep learning technology. DVA3219 comes built-in with NVIDIA® GeForce® GTX 1050 Ti GPU to power 4 real-time video analytics tasks, and up to 32 concurrent video feeds.

“We are bringing deep learning video analytics on-premises, offering situational awareness to physical security, while ensuring customers’ privacy,” said Michael Wang, Product Manager at Synology Inc. “DVA3219 realises the full potential of video analytics in Surveillance Station, optimised by deep learning algorithms.”

Synology unveils Deep Learning NVR DVA3219, enabling on-prem AI-Powered Video Analytics

At no extra licensing cost, users can utilise the full set of deep video analytics features — people counting, intrusion detection, no-idle zone, and deep motion detection — and enjoy further Surveillance Station software updates in its life cycle.

Other key features of the DVA3219 include:

  • Quad-core 2.1 GHz CPU and 4GB DDR4 memory by default, expandable up to 32GB
  • Four built-in 1GbE (RJ-45) ports with failover and Link Aggregation support
  • Scalable up to 14 drives with two Synology DX517 expansion units
  • Compatible with over 7,100 camera models from over 100 renowned brands
  • 8 device licenses included for setting up cameras, I/O modules, access controllers, and transaction devices

Availability

The DVA3219 is available in Singapore.