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Wavestore introduces updated VMS

The latest update to Wavestore’s open platform Video Management Software (VMS) incorporates new and improved features designed to extend the lifespan of video surveillance systems and unlock the full potential of integrated security solutions.

As well as offering improved management of network interfaces and camera display layouts, version 5.50 delivers Wavestore’s unique client-side de-warping and interrogation functionality of 360 degree cameras across all software levels, as standard.

Version 5.50 also features Wavestore’s review suite which allows users to easily search and instantaneously retrieve recorded images of incidents, even over very large amounts of footage and display them alongside live images. Plus, for evidence purposes, a fully stitched-together sequence of events from any number of cameras can easily be exported in a wide range of video formats with just three simple clicks of a mouse.

“We fully understand that in such a competitive marketplace we need to constantly innovate and make our VMS even easier to use in order to stand out from the crowd,” said James Smith, Marketing Director for Wavestore. “In this respect, version 5.50 underscores our determination to offer so much more than just industry leading video and recording management. Many of the new and differentiating features have in fact been introduced as a direct result of listening and responding to customer requirements. They deliver against our ‘one screen, total control’ and ‘any video, any format’ ethos, allowing what can be very complex operations to be undertaken with ease in the most user-friendly way, even when, for example, integrating best-in-breed video analytics or access control.”

A full list of the features and capabilities of version 5.50 Base, Premium and Enterprise levels can be downloaded at:

The company launched its ‘Better Together’ Partner Programme which offers support for the worldwide installers and systems integrators who are choosing to recommend Wavestore to end-user clients.

The firm says its Partner Programme is designed to offer real-world advantages to companies involved in the design, installation and commissioning of video surveillance. Among the benefits on offer are project registration, system design and tender submission support, as well as access to training, demonstration licences and PR services.


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