Town center, Slovakia

What are you doing neighbor... a visit through the Internet

Taipei, Taiwan, October 6, 2010- AVer INFORMATION Inc., the leading provider of surveillance technology, today announced a successful implementation between AVerDiGi SA6416E 16CH Hybrid DVR and Sony IP cameras that introduce information technology to promote exchange of information among people of Czech and Slovakia, and tourists to the Horne Srnie village which located at the border of Czech and Slovak.


To promote a harmony neighborhood of Horne Srnie-between local authority and residents, increase the use of information technology, act as extension protection against flood, and support and expand tourism for the region, village counsels decided to use surveillance technology to fulfill those goals. The project was created under “What are you doing neighbor-a visit to internet”.


AVerDiGi SA6416E 16CH Hybrid DVR that utilizes the latest Embedded OS, built in DOM (Disk On Module) to efficiently prevent virus attack and operate even HDD crashed, Auto Scan with full screen display under 1, 4, 8, 9, 13, 16-camera display modes, built-in noise reduction algorithms, and compatible with SONY IP cameras, were in favor of the client, and is placed in the village hall. The scattered IP cameras are connected back and sending live surveillance images to the DVR through Wide Area Network (WAN). Moreover, 4 channels live surveillance images is uploaded online at for instant access and sharing with its neighbor country-Czech Republic.


Six more villages in Czech and six more villages in Slovakia are planning to mirror the successful experience from Horne Srnie village, Trencin County, Slovakia. As the cameras and DVRs become even more distributed and surveillance channels increases, a Central Monitoring System will be essential for efficient management. Having that in mind from the beginning of this project, the client and local installer agreed to install AVer Hybrid DVR for the powerful, free of charge CMS and compatibility with more than 60 brands and 500 models of IP Cams from all major manufacturers in the future.