The latest release of IndigoVision’s award winning security management solution sees it becoming the security industry’s first end-to-end solution to deliver evidential video that can be guaranteed tamper free.
“Not many people are aware of the fact that video evidence can be easily tampered, when in an IP CCTV environment.” said John Semple, IndigoVision’s Head of Product Management. “By working closely with our customers, we have developed an end-to-end solution that is the first in the market to offer truly tamper proof video from the point of recording to the export of video. Truly tamper proof video is particularly important for markets that require this high level of video authentication, such as police forces and casinos.”
IndigoVision’s solution delivers completely tamper proof evidence through digital watermarking of live video at the point of recording, building in additional security that eliminates the risk of tampering of the video at any stage, from recording to export. Security managers and law enforcement personnel can now have total confidence in the reliability of evidence for use in court.
Other new features included in the latest release of Control Center include improved alarm and event management, AutoCad map support and improved camera management to now support hundreds of thousands of cameras.
Marcus Kneen, IndigoVision’s Chief Executive Officer, stated: “Support for hundreds of thousands of cameras in Control Center is a response to the mega systems countries and corporations are seeking to manage. In one country alone IndigoVision provides video security to nearly 100 cities. Managing national risk when a single city can have hundreds of cameras, and even more access control and alarm inputs, requires large system capability. We are now seeing the market looking to integrate disparate installations into a single country-wide system. “
“IndigoVision is a leader in this market from encoders and IP cameras and our world class compression, and lower bandwidth requirements, make connecting these multiple sites easy”, continued Marcus. “Control Center already provided the foundations for scalability through segmented databases and scalable alarm management, by building upon those foundations to give support for hundreds of thousands of cameras it is possible to finally have these ‘mega security systems’. We’ve yet to see anything else in the security market that can deliver the same results.”
IndigoVision’s video management software, Control Center, is currently celebrating its 10th anniversary and when originally released was the world’s first VMS to offer truly scalable video management, a reputation it continues to retain. This genuine flexibility also holds true for the many smaller systems that IndigoVision support in the 10 to 50 camera range.