Avigilon launches Control Center Mobile

Las Vegas, NV (ISC West) – April 6, 2011 – Avigilon, the performance and value leader in high definition (HD) and megapixel video surveillance systems, today announced the introduction of Avigilon Control Center Mobile (ACC Mobile,) a new application that enables security professionals to connect to the Avigilon Control Center Network Video Management Software (NVMS) platform over any IP wireless network with Apple devices including the iPad, iPhone, and iPod Touch. Commercially available in June 2011, ACC Mobile enables operators to remotely view live and recorded surveillance video to improve response times to incidents from any location.

"With increasingly demanding security requirements, security personnel are regularly called to the field to respond to incidents and require remote access to their systems outside of regular business hours to review or verify incidents," said Rick Ramsay, product manager at Avigilon. "By providing remote access to HD surveillance video, ACC Mobile gives security professionals the tools they need to efficiently secure the entire site, expediting response times and ensuring investigative success."

Extending the award winning High Definition Stream Management (HDSM) technology of Avigilon Control Center, ACC Mobile is designed to efficiently support HD and megapixel images and detail up to 16 MP. Leveraging Avigilon Control Center gateway web service, ACC Mobile can be easily connected to an unlimited number of servers and cameras, expanding access to video surveillance data for greater coverage and remote monitoring.

Avigilon Control Center 4.8 Network Video Management Software
The latest version of the award-winning enterprise-class NVMS platform, Avigilon Control Center 4.8 captures, transmits, manages, stores, archives, plays back, and exports HD video while efficiently handling bandwidth and storage. New features include an extended HD Point-of-Sale transaction engine for easier display and management of transaction data; audio output functionality to facilitate two-way audio for enhanced security; a gateway web service to enable remote connection; and expanded third party camera and access control integrations for greater interoperability and a more unified approach to security.