DIGIOP, an Observint brand, announces the release of DIGIOP ELEMENTS 8.5 – the latest version of their flagship line of video and data management software. DIGIOP ELEMENTS 8.5 delivers more advanced analytics plus expanded integration capabilities with a wider range of devices, along with a new GoMobile application for easier remote access and management. DIGIOP’s parent company, Observint Technologies, is a leading provider of professional video and audio surveillance and access control technologies.

“Our customers asked for more customisation capabilities and features that address their business challenges – we listened and incorporated that feedback into DIGIOP ELEMENTS 8.5,” said Wayne Jared, CTO, Observint Technologies. “With enhanced analytics, custom filter queries, new rules and actions, easier mobile management and expanded device integration, DIGIOP ELEMENTS 8.5 provides businesses with powerful tools to grow and improve operations.”

DIGIOP ELEMENTS 8.5 brings users new analytical tools including advanced heat mapping and dwell metrics, plus visual graphs to display raw text data for queuing and service times. Users can efficiently define custom filter queries and search through data while displaying a live view of a specified event. An easy-to-use interface allows users to configure a ‘tour’ of individual data devices and define ‘dwell’ times for each tour.

With the data summary forwarder feature, users can send data to an FTP server location based on user-specified rules, and create new rules and actions to begin recording when prompted by a user-defined rule to more precisely define which events they would like to capture. There is also a user interface lockout mode for added security.

DIGIOP’s new GoMobile application allows users to view and manage live video from any camera, DVR or NVR from a remote location using a free, secure iPhone/iPad app. Users can also connect using GoMobile via browser on an iPhone, iPad, Android or tablet.

DIGIOP ELEMENTS 8.5 includes integration capabilities with a variety of devices.  These include new IP cameras from APC NetBotz, GeoVision 360, HIKVision and LG, in addition to the Micros 3700 POS system and other devices such as Houston Radar Gun and Radio Thermostat/Filtrete Thermostat.  A complete list of DIGIOP integration partners can be found at www.digiop.com/support.

Observint’s DIGIOP-branded product line includes the flagship DIGIOP ELEMENTS video and data management software, purpose-built hybrid and network recording solutions, and deeply integrated intelligent IP cameras and devices.  The complete Observint Technologies portfolio includes the infinias, LG, and 3S Vision brands, available through a broad network of distribution partners.  More information can be found at www.observint.com.

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