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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!!

Minor update to our FREE IP surveillance software

pi-vu-logoWe’ve been receiving quite a few downloads of our FREE IP surveillance software “π-Vu Basic” and it’s been tested in the field for the last two months. Well, so far so good; received some questions and useful suggestions here and there and we feel really grateful for users who downloaded our software and provided opinions. We made a minor update to the software to address some of the issues that were brought up in the last two months:

1. Fixed UI display error in Schedule Configuration

2. Fixed compatibility issue with Axis “non-audio” models such as Axis 211

Go ahead and grab the latest update from here

π-Vu Basic on Asus Eee Box is the ideal solution for home and small retail businesses

With the rise of consumer interest due to the emergence of new technologies, more people show great interest in having the ability to monitor their homes or private properties. Small retail business owners are also seeking loss prevention solutions to secure their businesses as global retail shrinkage is estimated at 1.36% of retail sales, which translates to US$98 billion.

SEEnergy π-Vu Basic surveillance management software has been tested on Asus Eee Box and plays nicely with it. It’s capable of delivering 8 channel live videos with 4 channel video playbacks at the same time. This is an ideal solution for the home users and the small businesses owners which cost and performance are equally important.

This also proves our surveillance software is as scalable and flexible to be run from a power-efficient PC to a server level workstation.

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!

π-Vu Basic Major Release with H.264 and Sony’s Camera Support


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:


SEEnergy Now Officially a Panasonic Software Partner

SEEnergy has been acknowledged by Panasonic this morning as one of its official software partner. It’s a representation of our company’s ability to be able to integrate Panasonic’s IP cameras nicely with our software. We are thrilled by such recognition from Panasonic as it is positive to our company’s image. We’re working closely with Panasonic on the camera’s integration and we’re working very hard. Our software currently supports Panasonic “BB-HCM” and “BL” series dual-stream cameras and we’re working on the integration of the “Business” series such as WV-NP244.

New Beta of π-Vu Basic Released for Internal Review

We’ve made some more progress in the past week, we got some basic functions working with Axis H.264 device. We’re planning on finishing this up by next week. G.726 is now working with certain Panasonic cameras, and we will keep working on this with the Sony’s cameras as different brands have different bitrate options, we’re working on a way to better integrate all these to our software in terms of how the configuration interface can be simple enough to cover all the settings. We’ve also made some progress with the PTZ functions for Sony’s cameras and now fine-tuning its performance and stability.

Stay tune for more updates…………..

We are already working on the next release!!

We are quite excited about the official release of π-Vu Basic and we’ve received some good feedbacks about it. Sales and marketing people are busy getting the good news out there and our engineers are busy working on the next release. Yes, you heard it, we don’t wanna just stop here and we plan to make π-Vu Basic (FREE) even better! Check below for a sneak preview of what we are delivering in the next release:

1. Add support of G.726

2. Add ability to adjust volume from live videos

3. Add support of UPnP

4. Add Manual Recording ability

5. Add support of H.264

6. Add support of MegaPixel cameras from Axis and Panasonic

7. Add support of Sony IP cameras

All of the above are due to be delivered by the end of this month. And yes, it will continue to be FREE. Stay tuned……….

π-Vu Basic is Now Officially Released!!!!

After close to another month of intensive testings and we’ve addressed some instability issues, we’re confident and happy to announce that π-Vu Basic is now officially released!! We want to share this great news with all of you and we are working on video tutorials to make this “already user-friendly” software a breeze to use for you. Please feedback us if any, your feedback is really important to us!! Check back frequently for more updates!!

Below is a summary of what we offer in π-Vu Basic (FREE)

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