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Free mobile app helps integrators work more efficiently and reduce service costs
OTTAWA, ONTARIO, July 23, 2015 –– March Networks®, a global provider of intelligent IP video solutions, is pleased to announce a new version of its industry-first GURU Smartphone Application. GURU 2.0 features a completely redesigned, workflow-based interface to help systems integrators and technicians find the information they need faster than ever. The app also includes new support capabilities, including new software video tutorials and a smart symptom filtering feature that speeds recorder troubleshooting.
Time to clear the air about the latest storage technology
May 2015 -- The requirement of tracking via CCTV is usually the domain of the PTZ camera. A PTZ can provide the same coverage as multiple static cameras although in truth this is only really effective when the PTZ cameras are manned by operators. If a PTZ is only used on pre-sets and tours, then they will miss much of the video evidence provided by multiple static cameras. Read more. (Page 46)
One of physical security integrator NAVCO Security Systems’ biggest differentiators is being able to find creative solutions to customers’ business challenges. Providing sophisticated integrated IP video solutions like March Networks Searchlight for Retail is one way it meets those needs.
Many of today's video analytics are designed to provide insights into a business over time to help organizations identify performance trends and areas for improvement. They are tightly integrated with data from other systems, such as retail point-of-sale or banking transaction systems, and they open up an exciting range of applications that extend far beyond security. They also enable organizations to get more value out of the investments already made in video surveillance.
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