Sentry VMS 6.0

Bay Shore, NY – February 10, 2014 – IPVideo Corporation, a leading manufacturer of Video Management Systems (VMS) and Physical Security Information Management (PSIM) solutions,

announced today that the company will introduce Sentry VMS 6.0 at the International Security Conference (ISC) West.  Sentry VMS 6.0 is a scalable and easy to use end-to-end video management system.  The new version of Sentry VMS has a whole new look and offers enhanced features, including a new easy to navigate graphical user interface.   The application is installed on one of three hardware platforms that are specifically designed to process video using the latest in RAID storage technology.  The ISC West trade show will be held at the Sands Expo & Convention Center, Las Vegas, Nevada, Wednesday, April 2 to Friday April 4. Demonstrations of Sentry VMS 6.0 and IPVideo’s other industry leading products will be provided at booth number 29087.

“Those who are responsible for the installation and management of video recording and monitoring systems face many challenges.   Quality of video, ease of use, scalability and cost are all top user concerns.  Sentry VMS 6.0 provides a robust and cost effective security management solution.  Our product offers the performance and features that meet any organization’s security needs.   ISC West is an ideal venue for IPVideo Corporation to release Sentry VMS 6.0 and we welcome the opportunity to show attendees and the industry our leading technology,” said David Antar, President of IPVideo.

In addition to a fresh look and feel, Sentry VMS 6.0 offers a new easy to navigate user interface, advanced video archival search capabilities, increased variety of video play back and viewing options, cutting-edge file security and access features as well as new timeline playback with thumbnails.  The new system allows for multi camera configuration, batch uploading of files and a wide variety of user defied layouts and customization options.   In response to client request, this new version also includes license plate recognition.  

The Sentry VMS Web Client gives the user a full range of powerful VMS features in an easy-to-use browser format and includes: live views, click to full screen, maps, saved custom views, pan-tilt-zoom and timeline features.

Additional key features of Sentry VMS include an IP complete surveillance system (hardware, software and storage), support for over 2,000 cameras and 130 encoders from over 100 manufacturers, bundled Sentry VMS cameras and hybrid encoders include all the licenses, all Sentry VMS modules - third party integration, mobile apps, video wall, health monitor and much more are at no extra cost.  

IPVideo Corporation offers unmatched support.  Technical support specialists provide responsive customization and integration solutions, and collaboration between IPVideo Corporation its certified dealer network enables the company to offer exceptional product support.

For more information about IPVideo Corporation, its products and services, visit www.ipvideocorp.com or call (866) 797-1300, ext. 2222.

 

About IPVideo Corporation:

IPVideo Corporation manufactures Sentry VMS (video management systems) and C3 Fusion™ PSIM (Physical Security Information Management) solutions that empower organizations to proactively mitigate security risks while maximizing their return on their security investment.  A pioneer in network physical security technology, the company has been deploying proven IP-based security solutions for over fifteen years.  IPVideo products enable clients to identify, prioritize and resolve security events, thereby improving safety, increasing security and managing compliance with internal and external regulations.  IPVideo Corporation’s worldwide client base of systems integrators represent a diverse cross-section of end users from Fortune 500 companies to government entities and private market leaders. The company is headquartered in Bay Shore, NY with research and development offices in Punta Gorda, FL.  For more information, visit www.ipvideocorp.com.

 

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