Vicon Industries, Inc., a designer and producer of video security systems and high-performance IP cameras, announced the release of Vicon Valerus Mobile, an app for users of Vicon Valerus Video Management Software to access their VMS system from iOS and Android phones and tablets. Available for free download from Apple’s App Store and Google Play, the new mobile app for Vicon Valerus supports many functions of full-featured Vicon Valerus systems, but via an interface optimised for a small screen user experience.

Advanced simplicity

Advanced Simplicity has been carefully engineered into every aspect of Valerus, including its new mobile app interface. Once installed, users of the app will quickly, intuitively and securely be able to access many of their system’s capabilities, including:

  • Live and recorded video playback from any device on the system
  • Flexible screen layouts, displaying up to 9 concurrent video streams
  • Full control of PTZ cameras, including presets
  • Pinch-to-zoom on live and playback video
  • Arrange video tiles on-the-fly
  • Remembers last state when minimized

Vicon Valerus TRY trial version

“Once they’ve experienced the Advanced Simplicity of Vicon Valerus, there will be no turning back”

Security professionals who wish to experience the Valerus mobile app, but do not yet own or have access to an operational Valerus system, may still test out the mobile app by logging into Vicon’s demonstration server using the directions posted on the App Store and Google Play. Another option is to download Vicon Valerus TRY, the free, 6-camera trial version of the VMS software, which is available via Vicon’s website.

“Vicon’s commitment to developing the industry’s easiest to install and manage VMS, while providing the performance and features of an enterprise level solution, includes making sure that users have the freedom to easily and securely monitor their system from anywhere,” said Bret McGowan, Vicon’s Executive Vice President of Sales and Marketing. “With the release of our new mobile app, we encourage users of any VMS system on the market to download and give Vicon Valerus a try. Once they’ve experienced the Advanced Simplicity of Vicon Valerus, there will be no turning back.”

Visitors to ISC West 2017, in Las Vegas, are encouraged to pre-schedule a personal demonstration of Vicon Valerus at Vicon Booth #10073. 

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