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UNPRECEDENTED DATA INSIGHT, CONTINUOUS UPTIME, AND INTUITIVE EXPERIENCE THE FOCUS OF EXACQVISION 9.6

Having access to the massive amount of data that is generated by surveillance cameras and security systems is only part of the equation; understanding and reacting to that data is the most effective way to keep employees, visitors, and assets protected. exacqVision 9.6 allows users to harness the power of their data with reporting capabilities that provide unprecedented event insight. The latest version also provides important new features and integrations that ensure continuous surveillance and an even more intuitive user experience.  

v9.6 Feature Highlights: 

Complete Security to More Effectively Protect People and Property 

  • Visualization of data and trends provides actionable insight  
  • Integration with DMP intrusion panels offers more options for complete security solution
     

Ensure Undisrupted Security  

  • Continuous recording with Axis cameras, even in network loss 
  • Encrypted video streams from Axis and Samsung cameras  

 

More Intuitive, Global Experience 

  • Select Default Client Language 

 

Feature Details: 

Complete Security to More Effectively Protect People and Property 

Visualization of data and trends provides actionable insight  

A new Report Mode option within the exacqVision Search page gives users the ability to interpret events captured by the VMS and make more effective business decisions based on potential trends. By better visualizing analytic, recording, and event data, security operators can more efficiently evaluate and respond to events such as aberrant ‘door open’ alarms in restricted areas or unusually high numbers of motion detected events for a certain camera. This insight provides the high level of awareness required to mitigate potentially dangerous trends.  Data sets are also exportable in a CSV format and can be imported into other BI applications, which means users aren’t limited to analyzing data solely within exacqVision.g 

 

New integration with DMP intrusion panels strengthens exacqVision as a complete security solution 

exacqVision now integrates with DMP intrusion panels, giving users more options to build their complete security solution. By leveraging this powerful integration, users can arm, disarm, and bypass zones and partitions from the exacqVision client, as well as use DMP alarms to trigger other events within exacqVision. The ability to seamlessly execute arm/disarm actions vs. simply receiving alarm system events is an important distinction from other VMS systems’ intrusion integrations, and allows customers to better protect their businesses.   

 

Ensure Undisrupted Security  

Continuous recording with Axis cameras, even in network loss 

exacqVision 9.6 now supports direct SD video recording capabilities with Axis cameras, minimizing lost video due to unexpected network or NVR outage.  With this feature enabled in Axis cameras, motion events are always recording to the SD card.  If connection is lost between the camera and NVR, the video that was recorded during that time will transfer back to the exacqVision NVR upon reconnection and is automatically stored at the correct date and time. This offers peace of mind to customers who use one of the industry’s most popular camera lines to maintain a safe and compliant work environment. 

 

Encrypted video streams from Axis and Samsung cameras  

The growing complexity and interconnectivity of security systems has driven the need for more secure communication between cameras and video servers, and exacqVision 9.6 now offers an optional feature to encrypt the video streams from Axis and Samsung cameras to the video server. Encrypting the video stream ensures data can only be interpreted by the server itself, meaning any third-party that intercepts this stream is unable to decrypt or make use of this data in any way. This additional layer of security offers the cyber protection necessary to keep a customer’s system continually secured. 

More Intuitive, Global Experience   

Select Default Client Language  

Already known to be an intuitive VMS, exacqVision 9.6 further simplifies the experience by allowing users to specify the language they want the exacqVision Client to display in, as well as easily switch languages without requiring complicated changes to the computer settings. Not only does this eliminate tedious and error-prone processes for the user, it simplifies region-specific installation and support for integrators.   

Exacq Integration With DSC PowerSeries Neo

exacqVision 7.4 introduced a new exacqVision native integration with DSC PowerSeries Neo intrusion devices. This integration gives users greater control to operate all security operations at once, reducing complexity for security personnel while saving time and money.

Our new video shows you how to add a DSC Security PowerSeries Neo intrusion device to exacqVision VMS software. Once set up, users can utilize exacqVision CameraLinks to arm and disarm the system.

View the integration guide.

Top 4 exacqVision Features & Products Released in 2015

As this year comes to a close, we look back at 2015 and many new innovative features released in exacqVision video management system (VMS) software.

1. CameraLinks enabling a Complete Security Solution

CameraLinksIntroduced in exacqVision 7.0, CameraLinks allow users to configure overlay controls that will display when hovering over a camera in live view. exacqVision Professional and Enterprise users now have the most important commands at their fingertips. CameraLinks improves response time to critical alarms and events. Integrated with Kantech EntraPass and DSC PowerSeries Neo intrusion system, exacqVision users can operate their video, access control and intrusion from the live view page of the exacqVision client. CameraLinks enables exacqVision users to control their complete security system from one, easy-to-use interface. The complete security solution reduces complexity for security personnel while saving time and money.

Users can complete customize their CameraLinks. Through the camera settings page, the text color, font, style, transparency and location on screen can be adjusted to fit any specific needs.

Overlay controls include:

• Audio inputs and outputs
• Alarm outputs
• Input triggers
• Soft triggers
• Serial data
• Manual record
• Arm and disarm the system

2. Setup Indicators

Setup indicators, available in exacqVision 7.2 to Professional and Enterprise users with a current SSA, guide installers through configuration changes that will optimize their exacqVision installation. These indicators are available to power users and admins and provide guidance on configuring motion detection, ensuring network connectivity, changing default passwords and more to ensure no installation steps are missed. By double-clicking an indicator, users are taken directly to the associated page to immediately configure, saving them significant time.In version 7.4, setup indicators expanded to include health indicators. Users receive real-time notifications in the client when camera or recorder health needs addressed. The health indicators maximize system uptime and increase reliability.

Indicators include:

• Archive content
• Device failure
• Storage error
• Subscription expiration
• Video loss
• System voltage
• Outbound connection loss
• IP camera connection loss

3. exacqCloud

Exacq launched the new exacqCloud platform for Exacq dealers to easily manage and monitor exacqVision recorders for many end users. exacqCloud decreases dealer response time and lowers costs with proactive notification of health events. With exacqCloud, dealers can continuously monitor critical video recording components like recorder uptime, camera uptime, temperature warnings, recording requirements not met. Exacq certified dealers who have implemented exacqCloud in their business this year have found they have reduced time consuming, expensive diagnostic trips and sent out better prepared technicians faster than ever before.See how one Exacq dealer has benefited from using exacqCloud this year.

Exacq Cloud

4. VideoPush for Mobile

VideoPush enables exacqVision Enterprise users to instantly push selected cameras, layouts, tours, groups or entire views to a mobile device. Video can be sent and shared directly with officers on patrol or other remotely stationed employees for on-the-go collaboration. If suspicious activity occurs in a specific area, an operator can push the video directly to the mobile device of the person closest to the activity to take immediate action. The Exacq mobile app is available for free download on iOS (Apple), Android, Kindle Fire and Windows Phone 8 devices.

VideoPush

What features would you like to see from exacqVision in 2016? We welcome your suggestions and feedback to continue to make the exacqVision client better for your needs.

Thank you for selecting exacqVision, and we look forward to continuing to improve our products for you in 2016!