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exacqVision 6.6 Release Introduces ESM Failover for Increased Reliability

Exacq Technologies, part of the Security Products business unit of Tyco (NYSE: TYC), introduces the ability to set up and manage failover on exacqVision servers with exacqVision 6.6 and Enterprise System Manager (ESM) version 3.0, a health monitoring program for use with exacqVision Enterprise networked video recorders (NVRs). The new exacqVision version 6.6 VMS (video management system) also includes updates to the views and event monitoring features in exacqVision, faster searching with the Exacq mobile app and additional updates to ESM.

Top 10 Vertical Leaders

Below are the manufacturers that Security.World has determined to be the leading vendors in their respective vertical markets within the video surveillance and physical security market. These listings are in no particular order. This list is determined based not only on sales/revenue but also market acceptance, awareness, and growth levels. When considering IP-Cameras, VMS software, […]

Ridley College Secures Campus With Exacqvision

Ridley College is Ontario’s largest co-educational boarding school. Since 1889, Ridley College has prepared students for university. The school currently has an enrollment of more than 600 students from 35 countries.  The challenge put forward by the college was to find an open architecture system that would allow them to utilise their existing analogue cameras and integrate with their current Keyscan access system The exacqVision A-Series hybrid servers provided them with the solution and gave Ridley College the opportunity to grow and migrate their surveillance system. With the hybrid server, Ridley College utilised their existing infrastructure and analogue cameras while also integrating with their current access control system for an all-in-one video surveillance solution. The system comprises of 11 Exacqvision A-Series hybrid servers plus Exacqvision Enterprise VMS software with 116 analogue cameras from Bosch, and 26 Arecont Vision and Axis IP cameras, plus the Keyscan access control system. The college is able to benefit from the fact that the new system utilises the existing infrastructure; it deters theft and crime and protects liability with the pool and fieldhouse, as well as providing a sense of security for students, faculty and staff.  The college is now able to manage video with the free, easy-to-use Exacq mobile apps. “The Exacqvision system provides a sense of confidence, security and protection. We can view the entire campus from anywhere in our security vehicles, which is spectacular. Since we’ve installed the Exacqvision system we’ve been able to recoup minimally the loss of the damage we’ve incurred.” […]

ExacqVision Version 5.10 VMS Software Release

exacqsmall75rtrk3ogc6a_10842156.png exacqsmall75rtrk3ogc6a_10842156.png (INDIANAPOLIS)— December 17, 2013 – Exacq Technologies, part of the Security Products business unit of Tyco, a leading manufacturer of video management system (VMS) software and servers used for video surveillance, has released version 5.10 of its exacqVision VMS software for use with the company’s network video surveillance systems. The latest version introduces support for exacqVision ESM, expanded two-way audio functionality, new and updated IP camera integrations and more. Version 5.10 adds support for the new exacqVisionESM (Enterprise System Manager) product sold separately from Exacq Technologies. The ESM server software monitors the health and status of exacqVision servers and cameras on the network. Users can access the intuitive ESM interface through most web browsers running on a computer or mobile device. With the ESM application, exacqVision users instantly receive an email notification in the event of a system error or warning, resulting in maximum uptime of servers and reduced software maintenance time. ESM is supported on exacqVision systems with an exacqVision Enterprise VMS license. This includes an IP camera utilizing the exacqVision Edge software which allows it to operate as both an IP camera and an exacqVision server. exacqVision 5.10 expands the two-way audio feature to include support for IP cameras from Axis and Arecont Vision. End users now have a number of different ways to communicate with people on their property by using the resources on their exacqVision VMS network. Over 150 new camera models are now supported from the exacqVision VMS with the release of […]

SecuritySpy 3.2: Update To Mac OS X Video Surveillance Software

London, United Kingdom – Bensoftware today announced the release of SecuritySpy 3.2, an update to the premier multi-camera video surveillance software for the Mac. With features such as motion detection, real-time compression of multiple camera feeds, and network video and audio streaming, SecuritySpy is designed for demanding video surveillance applications. New features in this version include ONVIF compatibility and performance improvements. “This update represents our ongoing commitment to maintaining top-quality software and responding to our customers’ feedback” said Ben Bird, the developer of SecuritySpy. “Combined with Mac OS X, the rock-solid operating system from Apple, SecuritySpy offers unsurpassed functionality, stability and ease of use.” The main features of SecuritySpy are as follows: * Record from multiple cameras simultaneously * Support for all major brands of IP cameras * Support for all industry-standard media formats: JPEG, MPEG-4, MxPEG, H.264 and AAC * ONVIF compatibility, and HTTP and RTSP streaming, for maximum camera compatibility * Extensively multi-threaded to take advantage of multi-core computers * Built-in web server for remote viewing and administration * Pan/Tilt/Zoom support * Sophisticated motion detection SecuritySpy supports a wide variety of IP cameras and video servers, including the popular ACTi, Axis, Panasonic, Sony and Vivotek ranges. And now, with this significant update to the software, SecuritySpy can additionally integrate with any ONVIF-compliant camera on the market. SecuritySpy features sophisticated motion detection, which can be used to trigger recording as well as email alerts and audio alarms. The built-in web server allows remote viewing of live video and […]

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Stretch S6000 Family Processors Power New NVR Server From Exacq

SUNNYVALE, CA — (Marketwire) — 03/22/10 — Stretch Inc., the pioneer and leader in software configurable processors, today announced that Exacq Technologies, Inc., developers of the exacqVision VMS software and systems for video surveillance applications, is using Stretch S6000 family processors to power its new exacqVision EL-S embedded Linux NVR appliance. “We are very excited that Exacq chose our S6000 processors to power their new NVR server,” said Bob Beachler, Vice President of Marketing at Stretch. “The S6000 family of software configurable processors has proved to be the perfect solution for Exacq, delivering the power and flexibility needed for this state-of-the-art hybrid system.” exacqVision EL-S is the latest addition to Exacq’s EL embedded Linux server product line. The EL-S is a low-cost hybrid NVR server appliance, which offers 8 analog camera inputs and up to 24 IP camera inputs, managed with the exacqVision server software. The embedded Linux OS runs from a solid state drive for optimal reliability and can alert users in the event of a hard drive failure in the video recording system. The EL-S has a power consumption of less than one-third that of traditional video servers, resulting in hundreds of dollars in energy cost savings over the lifetime of the unit, as well as higher reliability from a cooler-running system. “Stretch S6000 processors were ideal for our new embedded Linux server product,” noted Dave Underwood, President of Exacq Technologies. “The high performance, full D1 resolution, and true H.264 compression is fully utilized within our exacqVision […]

New Features For Wavestore V5.40 VMS

By Andy Ball on October 10, 2013 wavestore-logo Wavestore have released V5.40, the latest version of its highly acclaimed VMS software. V5.40 incorporates a number of new features as well as improvements to some existing features, all of which have come about as a result of feedback from customers. “One of Wavestore’s key strengths is that we have established an excellent rapport with installers and systems integrators around the world,” said Chris Williams, Director of Wavestore. “As a result we are able to closely keep in touch with rapidly changing market demands and when required, our software development team is able to react quickly to upgrade or add to the long list of innovative features included on our VMS.” Many of the technical advances incorporated into V5.40 are intended to progress Wavestore’s compliance with ONVIF Profile G. Among however the upgraded features is a metadata option which has been added to the existing wide range of search facilities. This reflects Wavestore’s support of a wide range of video analytics and event alarm functions as part of an integrated video surveillance solution. The metadata search facility can however be applied to any application that generates an alarm event. The maximum number of cameras which can now be connected to a single Wavestore server has been increased to 192 which can be a combination of up to 128 IP network cameras and up to 64 analogue cameras. Also included, as reported our last eNewsletter, is WaveSTAR, which offers a fast, safe, […]

IQinVision Announces Milestone Arcus Technology Partnership

IQinVision (http://www.iqeye.com), market leader in high-performance HD megapixel IP cameras, today announced the upcoming launch of a new line of IQeye cameras featuring Milestone Arcus™ embedded video management software (VMS), to provide an intuitive, robust and cost-effective solution that requires little or no maintenance. Milestone Arcus VMS will run on IQeye cameras, offering a streamlined […]

Grundig Monitors Europe’s Largest Disaster Response Exercise

By Andy Ball on September 9, 2013 The largest disaster response exercise ever undertaken in Europe, codenamed Operation Taranis, recently took place in Salzburg, Austria. The premise of the exercise was that severe storms and rain in Salzburg and its surrounding area had caused landslides, buildings to collapse and flooding. This had also led to a number of train and boat disasters. In addition, there was a plane crash at the airport and chemical leaks at two nearby towns. National emergency response vehicles were deployed for many weeks. The Austrian Minister for the Interior and the Salzburg authorities then decided to deploy additional support from the international EU civil protection response system. In total, 900 emergency response units from seven different countries attended 22 different, hypothetical emergency incidents, over 3 days. The company responsible for Operation Taranis and its organization was Excon. They appointed LaBoe Security OG to provide remote viewing, transmission and monitoring of all the incidents and the responses. Despite the huge scale of the operation, each of the 22 incidents was monitored in real-time. Full HD, IP cameras from Grundig provided the images and VMS software from Alnet Systems provided control. The cameras were mounted on hydraulic, telescopic masts and powered by batteries. Their HD images were transmitted using wireless IP technology, by fibre optic network or by a 3G mobile network. A walk-in observation room contained many Grundig Full HD monitors along with three video walls. Each incident was also remotely monitored by the EU […]