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VMS software update

New from Pelco, a Schneider Electric company, is VideoXpert (VX) 3.1, a release update to its video management system (VMS) software. Among the new features, User Experience (UX) can provide greater location insights for users of all sizes with multiple mapping capabilities, the product developers say. System availability features now allow for hitless dynamic cluster (system) expansion with zero downtime.

VX 3.1 expands its compliance with United States federal government Cybersecurity NIST/Risk Management Framework (RMF) process requirements, Federal Information Processing Standard (FIPS) 140-2 encryption support plus several other cybersecurity related capabilities.

Todd Dunning, Pelco’s Senior Product Line Manager, said: “VideoXpert VMS functionality continues to evolve at a rapid pace, delivering what customers care most about: intuitive features, mission-critical availability, and responsiveness as well as providing day-to-day secure and trusted system operation that can scale with them as their deployments grow. With this latest version, we unified and incorporated many new features across VideoXpert Pro and Enterprise editions that work with Pelco’s broad camera portfolio as well as third-party cameras, including those supporting ONVIF.”

Version 3.1 adds several new features including a mobile/thin (web) client VxPortal allowing users to see smoother video with faster frame rate delivery and the ability to see every moment of an incident. System administrators can now more easily import maps and floorplans using PNG and JPEG image files. Also, administrators can add doors (access control icons) to all maps; operators will see door status (open, closed, forced, or fault) and be able to lock and unlock doors from within VideoXpert’s VxMaps module allowing for quicker responses.

Version 3.1 also supports Pelco’s new high-resolution GFC Professional 4K camera including viewing, play-back, and export of H.265 compressed video streams. Visit


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