The VMS is the driving force behind the Vigil range of NVRs and PoE cameras. Its set-up wizard guides installers through the configuration process, helping to define network parameters, system identification information and camera profiles.
Events can be viewed via PC or mobile app, allowing users to respond to alarms and view live footage from any location, while SmartSearch functionality enables individuals to identify and review events. With the Vigic Central Management software (VCM), it is also possible to monitor server connectivity, camera status, storage details and server settings, and RapidStream technology and SubStream motion detection functionality offers a high resolution while reducing bandwidth demands
Users can easily narrow down points of interest within larger playback clips by creating a SmartSearch mask over an area of an image, and surveillance data can also be routinely archived without the need to perform the task manually. Advanced reporting features including heat mapping, restricting and locking video are also possible.
David Hughes, the company’s global product manager said: “The availability of Vigil is the next step in our strategy to redefine the way in which security systems are designed, specified and configured across the continent. Vigil is designed to be fully integrated to provide SMEs with cost effective video and access control infrastructures that are easy to manage, simple to install and can scale in line with changing needs.”