SEEnergy Will Exhibit @ ISC West 2011, Booth# 31014. Get Your FREE Admission Here!

SEEnergy will be exhibiting at ISC West 2011 in Las Vegas this year, showcasing the complete NVR solutions including both software and hardware NVRs along with Full HD decoder and SmartBackup Server. Click here or the image on the left to register for free exhibit hall admission and check us out at booth 31014!

We will be showcasing the following products at the show:

— 8/16ch Pro series embedded NVRs
— 4ch Basic series SOHO embedded NVR
— 64ch PC NVR (Pi-Vu Pro) v1.2, added more IVS functions and dual stream support!
— 256ch CMS software
— 256ch SmartBackup Server software
—  Full HD decoder (SVD-216)

New Year, New Look of Our Corporate Website with New Products Coming Up….

Happy new year!! We have recently revamped our corporate website with a new look and it’s now officially live. We are launching the new website at the beginning of a new year as a start and we are planning on rolling out many new exciting new products later in the year. We hope the new website can help existing and new customers understand about our company and products more easily, which we will be putting more interactive contents that further illustrate our solutions along with announcements of our new products.

We will be launching new NVR that can be applied to even larger scaled applications with extended storage capacity by Q1 this year and the iOS app and we’ll be at Secutech Taipei as well as ISC West in April with these exciting new products!!

Wish you all the best in 2011!

Tips for running Pi-Vu Series VMS in Windows Vista/7

We have been getting quite some feedbacks on running the Pi-Vu series VMS software in Windows Vista/7, which users find issues with playback videos, taking snapshots, or export videos to AVI. This is caused due to “UAC” (User Access Control) that was first introduced in Windows Vista, and it has become a standard feature ever since. This restricts access to certain folders for security concerns. This also creates issues for programs that need to create additional folders to save datas during configuration, in which only “virtual” folders are created if the programs were not run with administrator privilege. This results in a possible data loss or creates confusion that users may have difficulties locating saved datas as they are actually saved in virtual folders instead of folders that users thought they had created in the first place.

Below is a short tutorial that shows you how to run our PC VMS in Windows Vista/7 and it applies to the whole Pi-Vu series VMS software.


1. After the software has been successfully installed, the program shortcuts should be created and presented on the Windows desktop

SEEnergy to Exhibit at ASIS International 2010

We will be showcasing our complete IP surveillance solutions this year at ASIS International in Dallas.

What you will see at our booth includes:

1. SVR Series Standalone Embedded NVR (4~16CH)

2. Pi-Vu Pro 64CH PC VMS

3. 256CH CMS Software for both SVR series NVR and Pi-Vu Pro

4. Intelligent Video functions from Pi-Vu Pro: motion detection, camera tampering detection, tripwire detection, object loss detection, loitering detection, and object counting.

5. SVD Series HD Network Video Decoder that works with SVR series NVRs: A hardware CMS and display device for SVR series NVRs

Below is a quick overview of our solution that will be showcased at the exhibition:

A pdf version can be downloaded here: ASIS-2010

Come and visit us at Hall F, booth# 4716 and check out our complete IP surveillance solutions!!

A Detail Comparison Overview of SEEnergy’s PC-Based Software NVR (π-Vu Series) — update

This is an update of our VMS software comparison

The previous one can be found here

ScanSource Security Starts DVR Recycling, Disposal Program « SMART IP VIDEO

Apr 23, 2010GREENVILLE, S.C. — ScanSource Security of Greenville, S.C., has created a recycling and disposal program for DVR products through a partnership with E-Waste, an end-of-life technology waste management company. The physical security distributor hopes to communicate the importance of disposing of products in a legally sound and environmentally responsible manner.

The distributor will provide the disposal program to dealers and integrators at no charge for DVR products through the end of June. Dealers can also utilize the service for other physical security products for a small fee.

Using ScanSource’s service, dealers can dispose of technology equipment that not only contain potentially hazardous materials, but also sensitive data components that can create liabilities for the user. Integrators and dealers can fill out a form on the ScanSource Security Web site for directions on where to send their product for disposal.

“By taking advantage of this service through ScanSource Security and E-Waste, dealers and integrators can provide even more value to their end-user customers by ensuring they are EPA compliant in their disposal processes and that all data is properly erased,” says E-Waste President and COO Jim Cleveland. “What’s more, a fully insured certificate of destruction and indemnification is issued to the dealer and/or their end-user customer by E-Waste.”


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Time to go IP!!….