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|Model Code||ACC 5.0|
|Software Type||Surveillance Software|
ACC 5.0's crash-proof enterprise server management allows customers to group up to 100 servers together as one single unit with no need for a dedicated management server. So if one server goes down, the others are still fully operational - meaning all of the user settings, events, alarms and other important information will stay intact, preventing delays and minimising the impact on resources.
|Dahua’s Lite, ECO Savvy, and Wi-Fi series IP cameras integrate with Ivideon cloud service|
Dahua IP cameras can now be connected to the cloud in the matter of minutes Dahua Technology, a manufacturer and supplier of video...
|Tyco introduces version 4.9 of American Dynamics’ victor VMS and VideoEdge NVR|
License management for VideoEdge NVRs has been streamlined within victor 4.9 with a new centralised licensing option, greatly reducing the...
|VCA launches VCA IPT-1000MR Intelligent People Tracker that reduces queuing times at checkouts|
The VCA IPT-1000MR offers a highly accurate method of measuring customer-waiting times at the point of sale or ATMs Combining 3D...
|Avigilon’s HD IP surveillance system installed at the Tampere City Department of Social Services and Health Care|
The department installed Avigilon HD cameras which are monitored 24/7 and managed using ACC software Challenge Reduce...
A Technology Report from SourceSecurity.com, produced in collaboration with Oncam Technologies, highlights how a new technology platform that combines cloud-based computing and automated on-site data collection can help businesses with remote monitoring and management.
The white paper outlines how the OnVu360 management platform combines inputs from surveillance systems, access control, intrusion detection systems, and video analytics, among others to improve remote business management and security management across several markets including retail, public security, and home automation.