New Wisenet Viewer 1.0 makes managing multiple video sources easy

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Hanwha Techwin has launched Wisenet Viewer 1.0, a new NVR/DVR viewer that makes it simple to view and manage different video sources through one interface. Wisenet Viewer 1.0 is designed to make video management easy and works with all Wisenet recorders. It removes the need for a dedicated server to manage all video sources, leading to cost reductions and helping to preserve existing investments without new licences or replacing all recorders.

Multiple video views

Through Wisenet Viewer 1.0, operators can view multiple applications on multiple monitors including web pages and images, monitor live videos, search and play recorded videos, and set event rules like alarms, video and audio analytics, face detection, tampering, and object detection. The software supports Windows and macOS operating systems.

Easily adapted

Operators can easily adapt Wisenet Viewer 1.0 to their needs with custom layouts that can include multiple tabs and windows. Video files can be easily organised and resized with a few clicks. User permissions can also be set and removed through the software.

Raising the bar

Uri Guterman, Head of Product & Marketing for Hanwha Techwin Europe says: “Our aim is to continuously raise the bar for video surveillance and help our customers innovate with video technology. The Wisenet Viewer 1.0 will support these goals, making it easier for organisations to manage different video streams, triggered events, and, overall, gain greater intelligence of events happening on-the-ground.”

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