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EXACQVISION V19.03 SUPPORTS ENHANCED MAP LINKING AND ON-SCREEN CAMERA DISPLAYS

exacqVision v19.03 is the latest version of the popular VMS software known for its intuitive feature set and simple configuration and maintenance. The features introduced in this latest version provide users with greater flexibility and freedom for business-optimizing results.

exacqVision v19.03 Feature Highlights:

 

Respond More Quickly to Security Events

    • Enhanced map linking and navigation provides much-needed control and oversight
    • Advanced camera on-screen display configuration can save valuable time

 

Protect Video and Ensure Undisrupted Operations

    • Continuous recording with Hanwha cameras maintains system uptime
    • Improved failover experience for faster recovery

 


 

Feature Details:

Respond More Quickly to Security Events

Enhanced map linking and navigation provides much-needed control and oversight

Enterprise users can now more quickly navigate multiple maps of their facility – easily linking parent maps, child maps to parent maps, and vice versa. This provides much-needed control and oversight to security operators who need to respond quickly to security events, no matter where they occur.

 

Advanced camera on-screen display configuration can save valuable time

exacqVision users can now customize their cameras’ on-screen display (OSD) to show useful information such as city, state, asset tag or a custom description of the camera. This can save costly time spent searching for cameras that need maintenance, as well as help identify precisely which camera may have recorded critical video. Messages can be displayed on multiple lines in various font colors and text styles to help indicate levels of urgency or categories of information.


 

Protect Video and Ensure Undisrupted Operations

Continuous recording with Hanwha cameras

exacqVision now supports direct SD video recording capabilities with Hanwha cameras. When connectivity between supported cameras and an exacqVision NVR fails, video records directly onto the camera’s SD card. Once connectivity is re-established, recorded video transfers back to the exacqVision NVR and is automatically stored at the correct date and time. This continuous ‘uptime’ offers peace of mind to customers who use Hanwha cameras to maintain a safe work environment

Improved failover experience for faster recovery

In the event of a server failover, the exacqVision Client saves the user’s Live settings and dynamically switches live video from the failed primary server to the spare server. This includes video and audio, serial data, Maps, Groups, Views, and Event Monitoring profiles. Enterprise customers can set up automatic failover with an Enterprise Manager license and a properly licensed spare server, or they can set up manual failover with just an Enterprise license.

This release also adds faster detection of NVR failure with Enterprise Manager, signficantly cutting the detection time from 30-240 seconds to 5-20 seconds.

EXACQVISION CLOUD DRIVE STORAGE OFFERS A SIMPLE, RELIABLE WAY TO STORE AND SEARCH VIDEO IN THE CLOUD

As a leader in video solutions, Exacq recognizes that many customers are turning to cloud solutions to provide an offsite copy of video that ensures protection against natural disasters, theft and other events while reducing capital expenses and increasing accessibility. exacqVision Cloud Drive storage helps security and IT teams lower their Total Cost of Ownership by eliminating some of the unnecessary hardware costs and management of storage infrastructure.

Feature Highlights:

  • Securely store and search video in the cloud
  • Search video using exacqVision Client or Exacq Mobile
  • Allocate cloud storage across cameras on an NVR
  • Annual subscriptions purchased through distribution

Feature Details:

Securely Store and Search Video in the Cloud

exacqVision Professional and Enterprise customers can now archive event video and bookmarks to the cloud, and retrieve it from any device with an Internet connection. This allows them to augment their local storage solution with cloud storage, or create an offsite copy of critical video to ensure it is protected against natural disasters, theft and other site-specific events. Video stored in the cloud is always encrypted, ensuring that only the customer can access video stored there.

Search Video using exacqVision Client or Exacq Mobile

No special settings are required to find your video, regardless of whether it exists on local storage or cloud storage. Video in exacqVision Cloud Drive is seamlessly accessible through the exacqVision Client or via Exacq Mobile for iOS and Android operating systems.

Allocate Cloud Storage across Cameras on an NVR

Purchase a subscription by the number of days you wish to retain video and configure one or more cameras on an NVR to send event video to the cloud. Unlike some cloud video providers, Exacq doesn’t restrict subscriptions to individual cameras.

Annual Subscriptions Purchased through Distribution

Annual subscriptions for exacqVision Cloud Drive storage are available for exacqVision Professional and Enterprise customers and can easily be purchased through channel distribution partners.

EXACQVISION 9.8 SUPPORTS SEAMLESS CLOUD STORAGE AND DELIVERS MORE EFFECTIVE SEARCHING AND ANALYTICS

As the demand grows for faster incident responses in more cost-effective ways, security and IT teams are seeking solutions that provide the ultimate flexibility and accessibility without the exorbitant price tag. exacqVision 9.8 supports several new enhancements that will improve users’ ability to store, analyze and search for video. Most notably, exacqVision now supports the exacqVision Cloud Drive storage, a subscription-based solution which will provide an easy way to store, access, and search critical surveillance video in the cloud.

v9.8 Feature Highlights:

 Securely Store and Search Video in the Cloud

  • exacqVision Cloud Drive storage offers cost-effective, accessible storage

More Meaningful Information and Better User Experience

  • Deeper integration with Axis Perimeter Defender
  • More detailed audit trail information
  • Better control over auto-populating cameras in Live layouts


More Powerful and Efficient User Management for Enterprise System Manager (ESM)

  • Highly customized device level permissions for specific user groups on ESM
  • More intuitive ESM camera inspection feature

Feature Details:

Securely Store and Search Video in the Cloud

exacqVision 9.8 supports the newly introduced exacqVision Cloud Drive storage, a new way for users to easily store, access, and search critical surveillance video in the cloud. This solution allows customers to store an offsite copy of video as a safeguard against natural disasters, theft and other events, all while reducing capital expenses and increasing accessibility. exacqVision Cloud Drive storage helps security and IT teams lower their Total Cost of Ownership by eliminating some of the unnecessary hardware costs and management of storage infrastructure.

More Meaningful Information and Better User Experience

Stronger integration with Axis Perimeter Defender analytics

Many Exacq customers leverage Axis Perimeter Defender analytics as part of their video management solution. The latest exacqVision release helps to strengthen the forensic analysis of essential video by allowing customers to display those analytics – including bounding boxes, object trails, and object overlays – in live video and video searches.

 

More detailed audit trail information

Administrators can now better monitor server activity by logging more detailed system information, such as which segments of a recorded video clip were watched and by whom, and then export that information in a variety of report formats. 

Better user experience creating layouts from Groups/Views 

When creating layouts from a particular Group or View, users can now enable or disable auto-populating of cameras in the exacqVision Client. The ability to enable or disable this auto-populate feature gives users ultimate control over which cameras make up their layouts without disrupting those from other Groups or Views.

More Powerful and Efficient User Management for Enterprise System Manager

Highly customized device level permissions for specific user groups on ESM

Administrators can now assign highly customized device level permissions – whether video, audio, serial, or soft triggers – for specific user groups in ESM. For example, an administrator can grant ‘Live Only’ permissions for certain cameras, without allowing search capabilities. Setting device permissions is extremely intuitive with the list of devices grouped by NVR. NVR groupings of cameras are collapsible and expandable for fast configuration, allowing administrators to quickly and easily find and select specific cameras by name across all NVRs.

Seamless camera inspection in Enterprise System Manager

Camera inspection inside ESM is much more intuitive, now requiring zero setup to receive video streams. Enable live video viewing without complex steps such as setting up and configuring web services. With this release, ESM can natively display video from cameras, making it a breeze to perform camera inspection.