Published on 23 March, 2015
mobiDEOS first made waves in the security sector with MobileCamViewer, the trendsetting smartphone and tablet app for remote monitoring and mobile surveillance. The company has released its next-generation MobileCamViewer app for its all-in-one UCNE cloud- and network-enabled surveillance system, allowing users to quickly and automatically connect any DVR, regardless of make and model, by simply entering its IP address in the app’s user interface.
High quality live & recorded video
Available in Apple’s iOS App Store, the new MobileCamViewer app allows iPhone 6 and 6 Plus users to view high-quality live and recorded video from multiple cameras, accessible within seconds of launching the app. Additionally, the app supports motion detection and video blind/loss alerts, along with playback of recorded video and alerts on any networked DVR.
The app, which is officially called Law Enforcement Edition MobileCamViewer, has been fully tested and officially certified by Apple.
“The testing process and official certification by Apple ensures a fully functioning app that works with the latest-generation iOS smartphones,” said Sri L. Palasamudram, chief executive officer (CEO), mobiDEOS. “This eliminates the connectivity problems many security operations experience with built-in DVR apps, which in most cases are out of date and have not been thoroughly tested for use with the latest iPhones. Using MobileCamViewer, UCNE users can now integrate on-the-go monitoring to their surveillance operations, providing the additional freedom that monitoring from a fixed location cannot provide.”
Universal cloud and network enabler
mobiDEOS launched UCNE, an acronym for Universal Cloud and Network Enabler, in late 2014 as a cost-efficient, enterprise-level solution for transitioning from legacy to IP- and cloud-based surveillance networks. Though best known for its innovative MobileCamViewer apps, UCNE expands the company’s offerings beyond basic remote monitoring and into comprehensive enterprise-level surveillance systems.
UCNE further accelerates transitions to the network by supporting integration of analogue DVRs from any vendor; and seamless integration across the security ecosystem, including VMS platforms, access control systems, video analytics and other key components of traditional CCTV. The wireless connectivity to UCNE-networked DVRs enabled through MobileCamViewer reiterates mobiDEOS’ commitment to continually enhancing and updating UCNE’s capabilities, including compatibility with leading security components as well as consumer devices.