JVC cameras integrated with exacqVision software
JVC's latest range of VN-T and VN-H IP-based surveillance cameras have been integrated into the exacqVision VMS (Video Management System) software used with exacqVision hybrid and IP Camera NVR servers.
October 16, 2012 By Staff
The latest version of the exacqVision VMS (version 5) software includes integration with JVC’s complete line of full HD box, mini-dome, and dome security cameras. Model variations include day/night performance, indoor/outdoor housings, H.264 compression, back light compensation, IR LEDs, PoE, vandal resistance and water/dust resistance.
“Today’s security surveillance professional wants a best-of-breed solution,” said John Grabowski, national sales and marketing manager, JVC Security Division. “We believe that JVC’s new line of full HD, IP-based cameras is the perfect complement for the exacqVision video management system.”
The exacqVision VMS software is an open, cross platform system used in video surveillance systems. The server software (Windows or Linux) is installed on exacqVision hybrid servers (incorporating analogue and network cameras), exacqVision IP camera servers, and commercial off-the-shelf servers. Every exacqVision server can be viewed and administrated from the free client software available for Windows, Linux and Macintosh computers.
Integration with the new JVC line was created using the ONVIF standard, specifically designed to ensure interoperability between products regardless of the manufacturer.
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