Any wireless video security system requires a user interface to enable security personnel and administrators to manage live and recorded video data. Some of the key features and benefits of video management systems are included below:
Video management systems enable security personnel and administrators to operate and control Pan, Tilt, and Zoom (PTZ) camera functions from their monitoring station.
Video management systems support a whole host of video analytics. Designed to enhance surveillance monitoring, video analytics trigger specific camera functions to initiate or identify specific types of objects or motion.
As surveillance requirements grow, video management systems facilitate hardware upgrades of devices and servers. Modifications, additions, and translocations are easy to perform. Video management systems can support a virtually unlimited number of devices and cameras.
Video management systems support most camera models and video decoders. This flexibility provides a wide degree of customizability to configure the most appropriate array of devices for the situation.
An open architecture platform allows customizable solutions and integration with other systems. Such interoperability adds measurable return on investment and lowers total cost of ownership.
Remote access endows security personnel and administrators with full control from virtually any location. Featuring an intuitive and easy-to-operate interface, remote access provides simultaneous live views and playback. The remote access feature provides instant access to recorded video for fast searching, analysis, and export of evidence.