Vemotion Interactive, the UK manufacturer of low-latency, high-performance, plug & play live video streaming solutions for systems integrators and OEM solutions providers, has released Viewer 2.0 enhanced video control software.
A cost-effective and powerful viewer and control solution available for existing and new customers, Viewer 2.0 allows users to deploy and professionally monitor Vemotion camera streams, without the need to rely on expensive VMS/PSIM alternatives.
Ideal for deployment in Local Authority, highways, military, and blue light surveillance applications, the new Viewer 2.0 control software provides users with a dynamic solution to control a host of multiple mobile wireless surveillance applications, such as deployable PTZ surveillance cameras, and cameras on vehicles, drones, or helicopters.
Designed to greatly enhance user operability, making remote video surveillance easier and more productive than ever, Vemotion Viewer 2.0 features an intuitive modern interface, including a Dark Mode screen option, extending the value of Vemotion-based wireless video surveillance solutions, without an increase in cost.
Enabling users to create their own video wall across multiple monitor screens, ‘Pop-out’ windows allow multiple video streams to be monitored at the same time. The new software can also remember any monitoring configuration chosen, along with the associated camera streams, to provide fast and easy ‘resume’ functionality whenever required, enhancing the user experience and operator productivity.
Additional ‘Drag and Drop’ functionality enables operators to customise a laptop or complete video walls with any configuration of camera displays, i.e. full screen, quad, or multi-split, etc. Further assisting fast and efficient operator responses to incidents, event-driven data can be configured to provide the monitoring of alerts to different critical event types, sent from any remote camera.
To support the effective management of events, a new ‘Bookmarking and Event’ function enables the easy ‘tagging’ of events, for later retrieval of evidence. Here, an automated download feature enables users to schedule the system to download footage based on specified Bookmarks or Events.
Further functionality allows operators to view in lower resolution and ‘Mark’ sections of interest, or have the system choose given event parameters, such as motion, and then automatically download event footage in high resolution, ready to view.
This can be scheduled to be performed when the network is not so busy, such as overnight, so it doesn’t interrupt live viewing (should network bandwidth be an issue).
Enabling easier surveillance control over multiple different streamed cameras, independent of the camera, other Presets, such as camera PTZ direction, specific areas of interest, and Tours, can all be configured to simplify the monitoring process. In addition, Direct Playback functionality enables rapid video viewing across timelines for easier review of footage, while dynamic Pause, Rewind, and Playback of live streams, at the same time as viewing live video streams, means that operators need never miss an incident.
Informing operators of issues such as ‘low data’, should a drop in monitoring performance be observed, Viewer 2.0 network performance monitoring and alerting issues users with diagnostic warnings, enabling the viewer to react to network issues faster.