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Meyertech, the Manchester-based developer of video management software has launched its new VMS application – NANO.
The software created exclusively for ONVIF camera networks views live images, controls PTZ enabled cameras, records camera images and retrieves them for review.
Andrew Denton, Sales Manager Meyertech said: ‘’Nano is the first VMS application created exclusively for ONVIF camera networks including IP cameras and encoders. Users can view live images and control PTZ enabled cameras as well as record and review images. Its simplicity means there is no setup required by the user as Nano features automatic camera detection which makes setting up an ONVIF camera network a breeze.
“Additionally, Nano allows network cameras to record to a variety of different mediums such as USB and NAS which is ideal for systems that don’t have recording capability. Nano can be installed on any PC which has access to an ONVIF camera network and because each user is licenced individually, there is no limit to the number of users that a system can accommodate. Nano also allows users to record cameras without the need for a digital recorder (DVR), which is ideal for smaller systems, where conserving costs is a key priority. The biggest differentiator though is that Nano discovers ONVIF devices and a device, (for example an encoder), may have 16 cameras connected to it which means Nano 4 can view up to 64 cameras.”
Nano is available in three versions, Nano 4, Nano, 9 and Nano 18. Each version represents the number of cameras Nano VMS is able to display at once.’ A version of Nano 4 is available free. Visit: www.meyertech.co.uk.