|Synology Surveillance Station 7.1 Beta - Overview|
|Wednesday, 12 August 2015 00:00|
Surveillance Station 7.1 Beta
Surveillance Station is the ideal companion for security personnel and home users, providing an intuitive management interface and rich features to safeguard businesses and homes. In Surveillance Station 7.1, Synology delivers forward-thinking features with performance and interoperability — providing the best surveillance experience yet.
Optimized surveillance experience
More efficient than ever
Various technologies are supported in Surveillance Station 7.1 that boost the performance of your surveillance system and user experience.
Multicast technology reduces the workload of your Synology NVR as well as network bandwidth, allowing video feeds to be streamed to multiple clients via a single transmission when using a router that supports Internet Group Management Protocol (IGMP). This means several security personnel can monitor a live view from different workstations at the same time without affecting system performance.
Central Management System (CMS)
Efficiently manage your surveillance system
In Surveillance Station 7.1, the stability and performance of CMS have been improved, allowing 24/7 safeguarding of your businesses' environment.
The camera license management structure is revamped in Surveillance Station 7.1, so licenses are installed on and managed by recording servers independently, instead of centralizing license management on a CMS host server. This ensures continuous recording even when the connections between a CMS host and recording servers are lost.
More event detection support
Get notified and respond to events immediately
With updated alert tools and features in Surveillance Station 7.1, security personnel don't need to be in front of the monitor all the time, as they can take advantage of various automatic onscreen alert indicators or more types of in-camera detection.
In-camera detection support
Surveillance Station 7.1 supports in-camera detection, including tempering detection, motion detection, audio detection, and digital detection, allowing security personnel to monitor suspicious events with appropriate event detection features and even with more than one event detection features at a time. Moreover, utilizing in-camera detection can offload calculation tasks away from the PC's CPU, so it can be free for other important tasks.
Monitoring every nook and cranny can be difficult in a large scale environment. With Live View Analytics enabled, the events can now be highlighted directly on an E-map or live view in various ways, so security personnel don't need to worry about missing any events, as they can notice the camera and the location of the event straightaway.
Notification display is more flexible in Surveillance Station 7.1, allowing security personnel to customize and display only the useful event logs.
Enhanced interoperability brings more options
ONVIF develops a global standard of communication protocols and interfaces of network cameras to increase camera compatibility and interoperability. Surveillance Station 7.1 provides greater compatibility for more cameras models and features with updated ONVIF integration.