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CMMS Aims To Boost Video Surveillance


Johnson Controls has introduced exacqVision video management system v19.03, the latest version of the 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. For example, 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.

exacqVision users can now also 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.

Finally, exacqVision v19.03 extends support for direct SD video recording capabilities with Hanwha cameras. When connectivity between a supported Hanwha camera 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.

Contact FacilitiesNet Editorial Staff »   posted on: 7/11/2019


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