IP Products

Management software

by Mark Rowe

IndigoVision has launched a new version of its management software, Control Center 4.8.

Included as part of SMS4, IndigoVision’s Security Management Software suite, this latest release uses a new user interface design, for operators to see alarms in real time and to view cameras through target based maps. More intelligence has been introduced to Control Center 4.8 giving operators a way of accessing cameras on a map rather than having to memorise where camera are.

Alex Swanson, IndigoVision Head of Engineering, said: “When the first release of Control Center was launched in 2002, IndigoVision revolutionised the security industry with software that was highly scalable and easy to use. With last year’s release of Control Center 4.7, we increased the scalability even further to allow for systems over 100,000 cameras. One of the issues with many video management systems covering large scale systems, is that operators find it incredibly difficult to know where cameras are located. Even their map functionality is difficult to navigate. IndigoVision’s Control Center 4.8, now makes it incredibly easy for operators to gain situational awareness of video and alarms irrespective of where those cameras or alarm inputs are located.”

“By making it easier for operators, Control Center 4.8 significantly reduces the time needed for effective staff training and can quicken operator’s response time through Control Center’s greater software efficiency and intelligence.”

IndigoVision adds that its Control Center has been installed tens of thousands of times to manage several hundred thousand cameras in some 80 countries.

For further information visit www.indigovision.com

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