On-Net Updates NetDVR Surveillance Suite
On-Net Surveillance Systems has released an update to its NetDVR video surveillance suite. The new 6.0 release expands compatibility and brings updates to NetGuard-EVS, NetGuard Client, and NetPDA and NetCell portable clients.
NetDVR is a single-server NVR and camera management platform used widely by municipal governments and school systems. The new version includes a variety of updates and enhancements, including:
- Camera Driver Pack 3.0 for NetDVMS, NetDVR and ProSight Series, which includes drivers for ACTi, Axis, Bosch, Cannon, JVC, Panasonic, Pelco, Pentax, and Vivotek;
- Improved management capabilities, including the ability to run as a background application on Windows;
- Automatic or peer to peer push live video via the NetMatrix Intelligent Viewing component, which is now bundled in the suite; and
- New clients and addons, including NetGuard-EVS 4.0, which offers multiple monitor support and display of up to 64 cameras per monitor; NetGuard client for browser-based remote monitoring; and NetPDA and NetCell portable clients.
NetDVR 6.0 is available now.
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