INDIANAPOLIS--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Exacq Technologies, a leading manufacturer of video management system (VMS) software and servers used for video surveillance, has released version 5.4 of its exacqVision VMS software for use with network video surveillance systems. The latest version adds simplified archive drive search, a new direct driver for Samsung IP cameras, enhanced client control for panoramic/fisheye cameras, support for the new Axis M3007 panoramic camera, remote server software updates and ONVIF Profile S support. Nearly 200 new IP cameras from many of the industry’s leading manufacturers will be supported by exacqVision through the release of version 5.4.
This release introduces the new Search Archive drive—the first phase of archiving for the exacqVision VMS. The exacqVision 5.4 client searches and retrieves video from both the local video server and the archive drive location seamlessly, with the results displayed as if all the video was from the same server.
With version 5.4, exacqVision adds support for nearly the entire line of Samsung IP cameras and encoders with the addition of a new Samsung IP camera direct driver.
Panoramic and fisheye cameras now have more enhanced control from within the exacqVision client. Users can now choose from three different views from most panoramic/fisheye cameras in live or recorded view in order to obtain better video evidence. The latest version of exacqVision also adds support for the new M3007 panoramic camera from Axis Communications. This camera features multi-streaming capabilities which are also supported by the exacqVision VMS. This allows users to create several live views of the camera in different view modes and resolutions simultaneously.
This new release also makes it easier for customers to update their software subscription. exacqVision 5.4 supports the updating of servers remotely. With Internet access enabled, exacqVision will check for available server software updates and will download the latest version based on the subscription end date.
exacqVision supports many IP cameras through direct drivers and the ONVIF plug-in. The new ONVIF Profile S support provides a shorter integration time to supported ONVIF IP cameras. ONVIF Profile S allows for the addition of IP cameras from a number of new manufacturer partners for Exacq. In total, support for nearly 200 IP cameras has been added to the latest version of exacqVision.
For more information on this exacqVision software release and other new updates and offerings, go to www.exacq.com.
Exacq Technologies (www.exacq.com) designs and manufactures the cross-platform, open-architecture exacqVision video management system (VMS) used in the physical security industry for IP video surveillance. exacqVision is available on factory-installed hybrid and IP camera servers or on commercial off-the-shelf servers. It can also be installed directly on compatible IP cameras, eliminating the need for a separate server. Video from exacqVision servers can be accessed with the free, cross-platform (Windows/Linux/Mac) client, most web browsers and via the free exacq Mobile app available for iPhone, iPad and Android devices. Exacq’s products are available throughout the world via authorized resellers and distributors.