Pelco announced the release of VideoXpert (VX) Video Management System (VMS) v3.1. This major update continues to build on what security and surveillance system administrators and operators care most about – Intuitive and responsive user interface features, Mission critical system availability (up-time), Government-grade validated cybersecurity enhancements.
Unlike private sectors, the government-run offices or buildings are the places where people constantly visit for specific purposes, making these official institutions easily become a target for tempted malicious attack by people who might possess strong and negative emotions toward the governments. Despite the fact that these buildings are often guarded with more security staff with arms, it is even more than necessary to set up a solid surveillance system to proactively safeguard the public and its assets.
Johnson Controls has introduced exacqVision video management system (9.6), which empowers users to gain unprecedented insight into their VMS data, while leveraging powerful integrations and essential recording features during network loss. With massive amounts of data continuously being generated by security cameras, access control, intrusion systems and other integrations, exacqVision 9.6 lets users analyze their data to make better business decisions.
Surveon Technology, the complete megapixel solutions provider, is pleased to announce that one of the banks in Bangladesh has adopted Surveon end-to-end solutions. With Surveon Avatar Failover, which supports the system to continuously record through collaborative NVRs, the bank can easily secure the assets of its clients and ensure the safety for all people in every aspect. To avoid any confidential video loss, the bank needed dual copies of recording videos for all time, even if one of NVRs fails.
In a challenging economic climate and with end-users understandably demanding maximum ROI from their investment in video surveillance systems, it might be time for installers to take a closer look at how 360° cameras could give them a competitive edge. Simply put, 360° fisheye lens cameras are able to reduce the cost of video surveillance in many situations as they can be used to monitor very wide or large areas. Cost savings are achieved by significantly reducing the number of cameras needed for video surveillance projects in environments such as airports, hospitals, large office reception areas, retail and public spaces.
RecOn5 Pre-loaded NVRs and Servers from Video Management Software (VMS) leader OnSSI on display here at GSX 2018 (booth #2263) deliver unmatched performance, integration, ease of deployment and cost-efficiency for a myriad of applications. RecOn5 NVRs are pre-loaded with Ocularis NVR software for stand-alone operation, and RecOn5 Servers are designed for easy expansion of existing Ocularis VMS installations.
OnSSI is publicly debuting the latest enhancements to its recently released Ocularis 5.6 Video Management Software (VMS) platform here at GSX 2018 (booth #2263). The latest release of Ocularis enhances overall VMS performance and operator functionality, delivers heightened system security with fortified dual authentication measures, and provides enhanced mobile and web access capabilities. These latest improvements included in Ocularis 5.6 combine to further empower users with a best-in-class VMS solution and experience.
The latest update for hardware support in Milestone XProtect Video Management System adds hundreds of newly supported devices and gives the Milestone Community the industry’s broadest device. Milestone Systems has released Device Pack 9.9 for partners and customers using Milestone XProtect® video solutions. The bi-monthly device packs contain software updates for XProtect VMS to support new hardware. 209 new devices have been added to this release, bringing the total of supported devices to more than 7,500.
Vicon Industries announced that Louisa County Public Schools, in Northern Virginia, has completed installation of a district-wide Vicon Valerus video management solution that encompasses its six school buildings and connects nearly 400 cameras. The system includes multiple application servers and NVRs running Valerus VMS software, as well as a wide range of Vicon IP megapixel camera models. The district has opted to share camera access with the Louisa County Sheriff’s Department, whose officers can use iPads and smartphones to immediately call up video through the Valerus VMS interface in case of an emergency.
A quick overview of any Video Management System (VMS) platform will reveal a myriad of options to provide sustained operational status. Primary and secondary databases, redundant and co-located recording platforms, and critical service fail-over. The evolution of VMS platforms lend themselves to sustaining critical operations and in some cases delivering five-nines of availability for live and archived video.