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DVTEL has released the newest version of its Latitude open platform network video management system (NVMS). Latitude6.3 allows for streamlined provisioning of client software with automatic updates, and comes with more GIS map integration and fault tolerant recording using storage on the edge.
Latitude 6.3 also offers a new version of DVTEL’s TruWitness, a transportable CCTV product that lets users use their smart phones as an IP video camera. A user can add remote camera feeds to the ControlCenter interface to track and communicate in real time with TruWitness-enabled devices. Users can upload video to ControlCenter while GIS maps deliver location and identification. Users can make voice calls while streaming live video to a control room. There’s a new price structure and base licenses.
Yoav Stern, DVTEL President and CEO, said: “We are boosting the value of our latest Latitude NVMS Version 6.3 and simplifying implementation of the platform for a wide range of users. Each new version of Latitude raises the technology stakes and increases the ROI potential for our customers’ real-world applications.”
From a small single server system to a distributed system managing thousands of cameras, Latitude NVMS Version 6.3 can support any system size or architecture, the US makers claim, and installations can span multiple sites. Users can manage IP video, fixed and mobile cameras, audio and data.
Users and integrators can combine it with DVTEL’s Quasar IP cameras, DVTEL USS storage, and intelligent ioimage by DVTEL analytic devices. Latitude supports cameras from Arecont, Axis, Bosch, Panasonic, Pelco and Sony IP.