S2 Magic Monitor Version 6.1 Introduces Internet-streamed TV, More Forensics Capabilities

S2 Security announced S2 Magic Monitor Version 6.1. With a range of media options that now includes Internet-streamed TV as well as enhancements to Magic Monitor Forensics, S2 Magic Monitor Version 6.1 is the most flexible, versatile solution for security operations and enterprise-wide communication.

“Broadcast television plays a critical role in situational awareness as well as entertainment,” said John L. Moss, CEO, S2 Security.

“Whether you’re seeing an important world event unfold or watching the ball game in the cafeteria, Magic Monitor does it.”

Version 6.1 introduces Internet-streamed TV, enabling users with a YouTube TV account to display a wide variety of content in S2 Magic Monitor. Users can push TV streams to an external Magic Monitor, further expanding digital signage capabilities throughout the enterprise.

In addition, Version 6.1 provides numerous enhancements to Magic Monitor Forensics that make locating and sharing information about recorded video easier than ever.

The Forensics timeline now visually differentiates types of recorded content. Users can add visual bookmarks as well as descriptive text to bookmarks.

This feature can be utilized to make notes, create reminders or relay information to another team member reviewing the footage. Users can also aggregate, search for and edit bookmarks, which simplifies navigation back to the video once it has been located.

S2 Magic Monitor unifies access control, video surveillance, forensics, digital signage and live Internet feeds in a single user interface. Version 6.1 is now available for S2 Security Certified Integrators to download on S2 Support Central. Previously registered software can be updated remotely through S2 Cumulus.

S2 Security Corporation is a leading developer of complete enterprise physical security solutions, including access control, video surveillance, event monitoring, digital signage, live Internet sourced real-time data and information feeds, mobile applications and cloud-based services.

Source: s2sys.com