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Cross platform network video management software

Exacq Technologies : 16 July, 2008  (New Product)
With exacqVision 3.0, network surveillance users can manage megapixel CCTV cameras alongside existing analogue units
Exacq Technologies has announced the official release of the latest version of their exacqVision video surveillance software. exacqVision 3.0 utilises today’s high definition MegaPixel Network Video surveillance cameras from manufacturers including ACTi, Arecont Vision, Axis, IQinvision, Panasonic, Sony and Vivotek. With the latest software installment, users can access exacqVision systems using a Windows, Linux or Apple Macintosh computer.

The server software—available for Windows or Linux—can be installed on commercial off-the-shelf servers or on exacqVision manufactured IP Camera Servers or Hybrid Servers. The exacqVision Hybrid system utilizes up to 64 network cameras plus up to 32 analogue cameras on a single server. This allows users to leverage existing legacy surveillance cameras and infrastructure which provides flexibility and reduced costs.

Multiple exacqVision servers with up to 96 cameras on each system can be accessed simultaneously via any single copy of the client software which can now be installed on Macintosh computers along with Windows and Linux PCs. In addition, video from the same servers can be accessed via any major web browser (including Firefox, Explorer, Safari and Opera) or mobile device with internet access.

“Now you can get to your surveillance video just about any way you want to,” notes Dave Underwood, President of Exacq Technologies. “We think we have one of the most versatile and yet powerful Network Video solutions on the market. Users can look up live or recorded video from their desktop, regardless of what kind of computer they have. Moreover, they can connect to live video with their iPhone, Blackberry or just about any mobile device with internet capability.”
exacqVision solutions are currently installed all over the world with applications that include educational institutions, hospitals & health care facilities, banks & credit unions, manufacturing facilities, utilities, museums, stadiums, retail outlets, restaurants, corporate offices, airports, transportation hubs and more.

“Our Network Video solution has already found great success in a wide variety of locations,” notes Underwood. “The addition of our Macintosh client will make exacqVision Network Video available to even more users. In particular, we think it will be a valuable resource for teachers and other education professionals who often have Macintosh computers in the classroom or administrative offices. The web and mobile device feature will serve as a powerful tool in the hands of cooperating law enforcement agencies that need to see video from inside the scene of a potential incident before going in.”

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