Canadian surveillance systems management producer Avigilon unveils “Control Center 4.6 Network Video Management Software” (NVMS), the company’s latest version of its award-winning high definition (HD) surveillance software with “HD stream management” (HDSM.)
Avigilon’s update to Control Center 4.6 improves the performance, extensibility, and manageability of HD surveillance systems, as well as open systems integration, and is available in two editions—Avigilon Control Center Enterprise Edition and Avigilon Control Center Standard Edition.
The Control Center 4.6 Enterprise Edition includes features that enable it to seamlessly integrate with other security systems and handle transmission, recording and storage of HD video gathered by hundreds of cameras across multiple sites.
However, the Control Center 4.6 Standard Edition delivers the same powerful HD surveillance engine with HDSM. Designed to be a cost-effective solution to meet vital and focused security needs, Avigilon Control Center 4.6 Standard Edition combines high quality image detail with ease of use and expandability at an associated value point. Features of the new Avigilon Control Center 4.6 Standard Edition include: support for ONVIF, 3rd party IP cameras, and Avigilon HD, HD H.264, HD Panoramic cameras, and analog encoders as well as robust searching, exporting, and playback controls.
“By offering two editions of the award-winning Avigilon Control Center software, we can address the demanding needs of enterprise-level HD surveillance with a sophisticated solution and also meet the more focused surveillance needs of relatively concentrated facilities looking to launch or transition to an HD surveillance solution in the most cost-effective way possible,” said Dave Tynan, Avigilon’s vice president of global sales and marketing. “Designed from the ground up to intelligently manage HD video, Avigilon Control Center 4.6 software delivers a powerful and intuitive interface that now addresses a broader demand from customers to efficiently evaluate and respond to events quickly and easily for greater investigative success.”