More Visibility into Video Data

Wednesday, October 24, 2018 @ 02:10 PM gHale

Johnson Controls released its exacqVision video management system (9.6), which lets users analyze data to a greater degree.

Johnson Controls released exacqVision video management system (9.6), which empowers users to gain insight into their video management system (VMS) data, while leveraging 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. One case in point would allow security operators in any business to evaluate aberrant “door open” events in restricted areas with greater granularity to mitigate potentially dangerous trends.

Maintaining system uptime is of paramount importance to keep people safe and meet compliance requirements. To help achieve this, exacqVision 9.6 includes support for direct SD video recording capabilities with Axis cameras. When connectivity between supported cameras and an exacqVision NVR fails, video records directly onto the camera’s SD card. Once connectivity is reestablished, recorded video transfers back to the exacqVision NVR and is automatically stored at the correct date and time.

This commitment to continuous uptime and complete security is also reflected in the latest integration with the popular DMP intrusion panels. The integration lets users receive events, and arm/disarm the system directly from exacqVision, providing a more intuitive and streamlined security solution.

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