Archive for September, 2008

SEEnergy to Offer Standalone Network Video Recorder

We will soon be offering a standalone network video recorder (SVR-116) which is based on Linux operating system on a embedded platform. This product can be considered as the “standalone” version of our surveillance software “π-Vu Basic” but targeted at the SOHO markets with less cameras that need to be managed. It’s pure web based administration is best for users who constantly need to manage the cameras or check live views from a remote site. The system is currently at its final testing stage and we plan to roll out samples ready for evalutions and the launch is currently scheduled around mid. November.

Below is a list of its feature highlights:

◎ Manage up to 16 Network Cameras (16 live views, quad views playback)
◎ Compatible with Major Brand Cameras (Axis/Panasonic/Sony dual stream cameras)
◎ High Quality Live/Playback Video
◎ DI/DO Support
◎ Advance PTZ Control
◎ Linux-embedded Operating System
◎ Various Types of Event Alerts
◎ SEEnergy Smart Camera Search
◎ User Level Access Control
◎ Pure Web Based Administration

For more information about this product, you may want to check our corporate website for details.

* We are also planning on releasing a “Lite” version of central management software specifically for SVR-116 shortly after its launch. Stay tuned!
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π-Vu Basic Major Release with H.264 and Sony’s Camera Support

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We are releasing a new version of π-Vu Basic later today with H.264 camera support to current compatible camera manufacturers as well as the support of Sony’s cameras. This is a another great milestone to our surveillance software and it’s now opening up to a broaden support of more and newer cameras. We’ve also replace the decoder for improved system performance and the support of G.726 for Panasonic cameras has also been added. Expected a major improvement in this release and upgrade is highly recommended!!

π-Vu Basic is Expected To Be Updated With Sony Cameras Support

The program is getting stabilized and we are planning an update later today. With this upcoming release, our software will be able to support the majority of the Sony’s cameras. We had a small glitch when trying to get the PTZ to work on Sony’s cameras, luckily we were able to iron out the issues witin the original schedule. A detail list of the supported cameras is as below:

SNC-CS10/SNC-CS11/SNC-CS50/SNC-DF40/SNC-DF50/SNC-DF70/SNC-DF80/SNC-P1 /SNC-P5/SNC-RZ25/SNC-RZ50/SNC-RX550/SNC-RX530/SNC-RX570

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