IndigoVision security systems manufacturer has integrated cameras Camera Proxy utility in version 4 of the software security management SMS4, which allows many simultaneous views of a camera from a remote location and with a low-bandwidth of band.

IndigoVision It has made it possible that an unlimited number of users can view images from remote cameras with low-bandwidth connections, such as satellite links. This powerful feature allows multiple simultaneous views of a camera from a remote location and with a low bandwidth. Only a video stream is sent anytime from each camera IndigoVision via the network with low bandwidth, being transferred to many users is necessary. Control of PTZ cameras is provided automatically and immediately to all users viewing that video stream.

Integrated surveillance with IndigoVision IP video system enables monitoring of remote locations thanks to networks of large areas (WAN) and satellite links. The lowest bandwidth that is used for the tasks of remote monitoring can reduce the number of users by camera, but IndigoVision teams now can transmit images from any camera to many users simultaneously, using the utility proxy (Proxy Camera) Chambers of the SMS4 version 4.

Alex Swanson, director of engineering of IndigoVision, commented: "the Camera utility Proxy transforms the use of remote connections and satellite h cameras, and will open new possibilities for users. "We are very pleased to offer it as part of this new version." Cameras Camera Proxy utility is included in version 4 of the management software security SMS4, which you can update using the Software Update program (SUP, for its acronym in English) of IndigoVision.

IndigoVision SMS4 is a comprehensive set of security management software, allowing to control all the hardware so that the user is in charge of the system. Version 4 of SMS4 is the latest evolution of the software towards integral management of security.

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By • 20 jan, 2012
• Section: Security