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Video Management System Software - Wren - Facility Management Product Release
Wren’s Video Management System (VMS) Software version 3.0 is a Windows-based solution that facilitates the enterprise management of IP surveillance cameras from a PC.
The software’s site mapping feature allows users to upload maps, blueprints and location drawings into the system and use icons to indicate camera placement, giving them the ability to instantly click an icon to display a live view from that location. This feature is helpful when sharing information with law enforcement officers and emergency response teams.
Via the troubleshooting feature, administrators can receive email alerts, identify equipment problems, and control user access by both function as well as by camera. The new version also gives users greater flexibility by allowing them to customize folders and views, making it easy to set-up and manage video optimally for their particular job functions.
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