ASUSTOR launches the Surveillance Center 2.7 Beta featuring comprehensive support for ADM 3.0 Internet Passthrough connections which provide instant remote surveillance management, creating a more convenient and efficient cloud surveillance experience.
Newly added features include the exportation and importation of camera settings which allows camera settings to be quickly saved, backed up and deployed to other Surveillance Center installations, significantly enhancing surveillance management efficiency.
ASUSTOR announced the launch of the Surveillance Center 2.7 Beta, featuring comprehensive support for ADM 3.0 Internet Passthrough connections, creating a more agile and efficient real-time NAS video surveillance solution. This Beta also includes new features such as the scheduled powering on and off of cameras, support for the importation and exportation of camera settings, the exporting of recording files directly from the local HDMI interface, a digital watermark and identification tool for recording files, the new fisheye restoration mode 1O3R and two-way communication for AiSecure. This upgrade is suitable for use on all ASUSTOR NAS devices and can be downloaded from the Beta section in App Central.
“The Surveillance Center 2.7 Beta comprehensively supports ADM 3.0 Internet Passthrough connections, achieving real-time NAS surveillance and management capabilities while allowing users to connect to their NAS and Surveillance Center from anywhere and at any time,“ said James Su, Product Manager at ASUSTOR. “Furthermore, users can preserve camera settings by exporting them to folders on the NAS which not only provides a backup, but also allows for the easy deployment of camera settings to other Surveillance Center installations, significantly enhancing management efficiency.”
Key Features for the Surveillance Center 2.7 Beta:
Comprehensive support for ADM 3.0 Internet Passthrough connections:
The Surveillance Center 2.7 Beta comprehensively supports ADM 3.0 Internet Passthrough connections. Users only need to enable EZ-Connect in ADM 3.0 and no matter where they are, as long as they have Internet access, they will be able to connect to the NAS and use Surveillance Center.
Scheduled powering on and off of cameras:
Users can quickly and conveniently use the schedule setting to configure the powering on and off of cameras, scheduling cameras to power on when they need to view them and power off when they don’t. This increases operation flexibility while reducing the time required for maintenance.
Exporting/importing camera settings:
Users can preserve camera settings by exporting them to folders on the NAS which not only provides a backup, but also allows for the easy deployment of camera settings to other Surveillance Center installations.
Digital watermark and identification tool for recording files:
The Surveillance Center 2.7 Beta introduces a protection and verification mechanism for recording files. When recordings are stored on the NAS, there will be a digital watermark added to them to ensure that they will not be tampered with or edited. Additionally, the new digital identification tool, can also check if recording files were tampered with.
Export recording files via local display:
The newly added export function can allow users to quickly export video evidence to USB drives or to their NAS shared folders for storage via the HDMI local display.
Supports new fisheye restoration mode 1O3R:
A 360 degree panoramic view combined with fisheye restoration for 3 specified areas gives users comprehensive surveillance without blind spots as if they had multiple cameras.
AiSecure two-way communication:
Via the AiSecure mobile app, users can directly send and receive audio from IP cameras, allowing them to directly talking back and forth with individuals at the camera location.