StareServer 1

  • Ultra Compact Video Analytics and Tile Server
  • Enables Fast View of Large Format Spatio- Temporal Imagery
  • Records 24 hours of Imagery and Meta Data
  • Exceptional Low Light Sensitivity
  • Wide Operating Temperature Range
  • Tracks Object of Interest


  • Basler ac4024-29um
  • 12 MegaPixel , 4024×3036 pixels
  • StarVis IMX226 sensor for low light
  • Dimensions : 29.3 mm x 29 mm x 29 mm
  • Housing Temp Range 0 – 50°C
  • Weight 80 gm
  • Rolling Shutter


  • Theia ML410m
  • 4KResolution
  • IR corrected Day/Night lens
  • F/1.4 to close
  • Temp Range -20°C to 60°C
  • Field of view (H) : 112° – 43°
  • Field of view (V) : 81° – 32°
  • Field of view (D) : 148° – 54°

StareServer 1 -OEM


  • Available as a board with dimensions 100mm x 72 mm x 26 mm
  • Weight : 250 gm
  • COM1: RS-232 x 1, COM2: RS-232/422/485 x 1 (Ring/ +5V/ +12V)
  • Intel I7-7600U CPU
  • 16GB of DDR4 RAM
  • 512GB SSD
  • Customization services available for integration with rest of the system
  • Motion imagery can be streamed using customer-defined communications channels
  • Can be integrated with USB3 and GigE cameras




  • Windows Application that enables visualizing of a large number of Regions of Interest
  • Provides access to a large number of servers
  • Provides context map for enhanced reporting
  • Large number of windows – optimized for aspect ratio and zoom
  • High speed forensic analysis with tivo controls for fast spatio-temporal navigation
  • 3D visualization of video analytics


In the News…

Basler Low-Light ace U Camera Helps to Analyze the Flow of People and Vehicles in a Smart City

SoftServ International from Boston develops Wide Area Sensing solutions for surveying large areas of the city from high above. The vision system detects and tracks hundreds of moving people and vehicles, alerts about unusual activity and records the image data for later analysis.

Such systems are employed in surveillance and security, law enforcement, but also for rescue missions on disaster sites, and for smart city applications where cars, trains and airplanes communicate with the city infrastructure.

The low-light sensitive high-resolution ace U with the STARVIS sensor IMX226 turned out to be the perfect match for the newest StareServer 1. The system acquires image data at high resolution, performs video analytics in real time, streams multiple regions of interest, and stores 24 hours of data. Parallel to that, it allows rewinding and rewatching the acquired imagery.

Read more in our Success Story and find out more about this innovative application.