|Synology Surveillance Station 7.2|
|Wednesday, 30 March 2016 00:00|
Surveillance Station 7.2 is designed to become the heart of your surveillance network and help you create an automated, efficient , and comprehensive digital surveillance system. With Surveillance Station 7.2, Synology introduces an even more integrated solution and intuitive user interface, making management of small-scale or massive deployments even easier than before.
I/O module integration
More possibilities, greater integration, and lower cost
When connected with I/O modules, Surveillance Station can serve as the central hub of various automation devices such as LED lights, electromagnetic locks, motion detectors , and many more.
QuickConnect and HTTPs support
QuickConnect is the ideal tool to rapidly access remote servers without worrying about network configuration and dynamic IP addresses. Now integrated to CMS, it allows you to bind your recording servers to the host server without any network knowledge. Simply enter your QuickConnect ID to establish hassle free connection . In addition, with HTTPs support, you can make sure your transmissions over the Internet remain private and secure.
Managing up to thousands of cameras, I/O modules, and hundreds of servers can be a daunting tasks. If something goes wrong, Synology provides a handy notification system which has been refined for Surveillance Station 7.2. Now it’s possible to combine similar notifications in order to focus on the important topic at hand.
Keyframe is an important tool in a surveillance environment as it directly influences how the encoding and compression software will handle your video stream. You can now adjust the keyframe interval: less time in-between increases the overall stream stability and quality while increasing the interval reduces bandwidth consumption.
Large keyframe interval
Smaller keyframe interval
Live View is the central access point for your security staff and needs to be as comprehensive as possible. Surveillance Station 7.2 improves this key feature even further to deliver more accessibility and convenience.
Other than the existing variety of live view layouts to pick from, Surveillance Station now offers a brand new layout option called Auto-layout. When auto-layout is enabled, Surveillance Station Live View now adapts automatically to the amount of camera streams being displayed. Whether you have a small home network or a massive multi-server deployment, live view will always be the right fit to provide optimal viewing experience.
E-Maps are an essential part of a business surveillance environment as they allow your surveillance staff to quickly identify each device’s location on the map. To make Live View even clearer, there are different icons in place for the IP camera, fisheye camera, I/O module and door controllers. Different device’s icon size can now be adjusted on the e-Map and device names can be hidden.
To reinforce security and make privilege-related daily operations more convenient, NVR216 now features a complete user management interface. You can now create, remove, or assign users specific privileges directly from within NVR216.
To know more about NVR216 , click here.
|< Prev||Next >|