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XENTAURIX Evidence Recorder

The multi-functional media server

In order to track and improve event, operational and communication processes in increasingly demanding and complex multi-system environments such as control, command, air traffic control centers, situation centers or ship simulators, it is necessary to record the processes audiovisually including relevant data in real time. Recording of processes is also of great advantage in training facilities and in the field of advanced training. The system documents what happens during events and training situations, the activities of operators, interactions between people and systems and is used for analysis and improvement and process flows and operational debriefing.

Evidence Recorder

The recorder systems are used in:

  • Control centers
  • Command centers
  • Training facilities
  • Monitoring centers
  • Events, congresses
  • Simulators

Multi-channel, Multi-source Recorder

The XENTAURIX Evidence Recorder systems process audiovisual signals from various sources such as video and web cameras, microphones, audio from voice radio, telephone, HD monitor screens, TV as well as metadata such as bookmarks, markers or data from third-party systems. The system stores all signals (data) synchronously in real time. Events can be marked automatically or manually, while the recording is time-shifted (instant replay, time shift) or retrieved as VoD. The system architecture allows system sizes from a few to hundreds of channels.

The XENTAURIX Evidence Recorders process signal sources from:

  • Video cameras (IP, HD-SDI, HDMI, analog)
  • Web cameras (IP)
  • Microphones, telephones, radiotelephony
  • Line (Analog, IP)
  • Monitor screens via VGA / DVI / HDMI-Splitter, encoder or Thin Client Software
  • Metadata such as markers, bookmarks, keyboard scripts, speech recognition, data of thrird-party systems
  • Radio via AM / FM inputs or via DVB / IP / analog
  • TV via DVB / SDI / ASI as well as IP-Streams
  • Web-TV live streams


  • Improve operational processes by analyzing training actions and analyzing events
  • “On the fly” analysis through instant replay and timeshift playback without interruption of recording
  • Integration of third-party systems such as ship simulators with synchronous recording and playback
  • No limit on channels or specific number of signal sources
  • Highest operational reliability and associated availability through system redundancy
  • Live and playback streaming to authorized clients