TMCNet:  Exacq Adds New and More Robust IP Camera Integration with Latest exacqVision VMS Software Release

[January 03, 2013]

Exacq Adds New and More Robust IP Camera Integration with Latest exacqVision VMS Software Release

INDIANAPOLIS --(Business Wire)--

Exacq Technologies has released Version 5.2 of its exacqVision video management system (VMS) software for use with network video surveillance systems. The exacqVision VMS is used throughout the world in schools, hospitals, retail stores, corporate locations and manufacturing facilities. The latest version adds increased support for multi-streaming IP cameras, increased integration of network camera-hosted video analytics, simplified video management configuration and added support for exacqVision Edge.

Version 5.2 adds multi-streaming support for IP cameras from manufacturers Pelco, Hikvision and Interlogix. Multi-streaming allows an IP camera to send more than one video stream with different parameters to the server software and the client software for viewing and recording. For instance, a multi-streaming camera can send both high and low resolution video streams to the server. The user may choose to monitor the low resolution video stream from the Exacq Mobile app on a smart phone and then view recorded incients from the high resolution stream to see pertinent detail. Multi-streaming on exacqVision is also supported from cameras manufactured by Axis (News - Alert) Communications, Panasonic, Arecont Vision and ACTi.


Exacq has also added new IP camera support from Innovative Security Designs (ISD) IP cameras for its exacqVision Edge solution. exacqVision Edge is a complete VMS server that resides directly on an IP camera without the need for a separate server. It is ideal for standalone surveillance solutions or as part of a distributed solution. exacqVision Edge is also supported by IP cameras from Axis Communications and IQinVision.

As part of the company's ongoing plan to push critical surveillance data to the edge of the network via IP cameras, version 5.2 of exacqVision adds increased functionality of network camera-hosted video analytics. Camera manufacturer UDP (News - Alert) hosts video analytics directly on their cameras. This data can be utilized from the exacqVision client user interface. Moreover, these analytic events can trigger notifications which can be sent in the form of email or text messages directly to mobile phones.

The latest version of exacqVision adds simplified video management configuration to the client user interface. Setting up personalized views, camera tours, groups and maps is now streamlined and available from a single location for easy setup and ongoing editing.

About Exacq:
Exacq Technologies (www.exacq.com) was created by a group of digital video pioneers integral in the creation of industry-leading video capture boards and the first market-leading surveillance digital video recorder. exacqVision VMS software and hardware solutions are available throughout the world via Certified Resellers and Distributors.


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