Published on 10 April, 2013
|TruVision Navigator 5 accommodates IP cameras from all major manufacturers and controls multiple recording devices
Interlogix, a leader in security and life safety solutions for residential and commercial enterprises, has released its latest version of TruVision Navigator video management software – now an open platform that provides a flexible and cost-effective migration path from analog to IP video systems. Interlogix is a part of UTC Climate, Controls & Security, a unit of United Technologies Corp.
TruVision Navigator 5’s new open architecture accommodates IP cameras from all major manufacturers, integrating, managing and controlling multiple recording devices, such as DVRs, hybrid DVR-NVRs, embedded NVRs and COTS servers loaded with the new TruVision Software Video Recorder (SVR). The software allows the deployment of any combination of analog and IP devices within the same environment.
“Interlogix continues to focus on open standards that provide end users with a wider range of choices to meet their security needs,” said Kostas Mellos, sales leader, video and transmission, Interlogix. “This new version of the robust and proven TruVision Navigator offers more IP-centric solutions, while eliminating costly recurring camera licensing fees. Compatible NVRs also meet the open standards of the two leading industry organisations — ONVIF and PSIA.”
TruVision Navigator 5 is an easy-to-use, fully scalable video management system that streamlines video security operations for installations, such as schools, retail stores, warehouses, transportation, entertainment venues, homeland security, public safety, and geographically dispersed organisations. It allows for the remote configuration of users/groups, monitors thousands of video surveillance components and is ideal for LAN and WAN applications.
TruVision Navigator 5 offers scalable solutions ranging from a small, single DVR site to one with thousands of IP cameras. The software protects legacy systems while accommodating future growth and is backward compatible with thousands of Interlogix recording devices dating back more than a decade.
“TruVision Navigator 5 provides customers the ability to choose the best cameras and recording devices for their specific application,” Mellos said. “With the addition of the TruVision SVR, it extends a self-storage solution to support an extensively diverse list of Interlogix and third-party cameras.”
TruVision Navigator 5 will be demonstrated at ISC West, Las Vegas, April 10-12 in booth #18017, and will be available through authorised Interlogix dealers and distributors in May 2013.