IndigoVision VideoBridge Control Center

Product Profile

IndigoVision has launched its VideoBridge Control Center, a professional CCTV application for the management of live video and audio over Internet Protocol (IP) networks - a move which provides the surveillance and monitoring industry with a comprehensive and scalable solution.

The transition from analog to digital surveillance technology has been slowed by the misconception that it is expensive and difficult to install. VideoBridge Control Center removes these concerns by mimicking a traditional analog solution, but with superior functionality and flexibility. An out-of-the-box product, it is easy to install, cost effective and highly scalable, allowing analog and digital technology to co-exist in one complete package.

IndigoVision’s technology is already delivering considerable benefits to the surveillance and monitoring market and with the launch of VideoBridge Control Center, end users benefit from an application that dramatically simplifies security administration and management.
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Technical Specification

Make IndigoVision
Manufacturer IndigoVision Limited
Model code Control Center
Series VideoBridge Series
Accessories Remote management software for VideoBridge DVR
Additional info VideoBridge Control Center is a highly scalable application, which allows remote management of any CCTV system, from an entry-level system with a small number of cameras, to a large installation with several hundred cameras. It links VideoBridge's compression and transmission technology with IndigoVision's unique Networked Video Recorder to provide a complete solution for digital CCTV. Features include remote monitoring, viewing and recording across multiple sites, analyse recordings using motion, time and camera search criteria, motion detection, remote device configuration, low level access control per user to every camera and several users can simultaneously view, manage and record across the network from any point on that network.
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