Interlogix Adds Video Streaming, Integrations to TruVision Navigator

TruVision Navigator 8.0 brings TruVision video, TruPortal access control, UltraSync intrusion and IFS network switches into one centralized interface.

COSTA MESA, Calif. — Interlogix, part of UTC Climate, Controls & Security, a unit of United Technologies Corp. (NYSE: UTX), announces the release of TruVision Navigator version 8.0.

This latest release of the unified security software includes enhanced video streaming capabilities, integration with the Interlogix UltraSync Modular Hub systems and tighter integration with IFS networking switches, according to the company.

Now a 64-bit application that supports a separate graphic processing unit (GPU), Interlogix says TruVision Navigator version 8.0 provides smoother rendering of live and recorded video. The updated software lets end users display more than 50 full-resolution mainstream video tiles.

Integration with the UltraSync Modular Hub panels and Interlogix security sensors provides alarm notifications directly from intrusion system components to the user interface. The increased connectivity with IFS switches is said to allow the system to remotely recycle specific ports to reboot connected cameras for troubleshooting.

“Users can now manage an entire family of connected Interlogix security platforms including TruVision video, TruPortal access control, UltraSync intrusion and IFS network switches,” says Edward Hamilton, video product management leader – Americas, Interlogix. “This software update provides greater performance and additional native integrations to meet a wider range of end user security and performance needs.”

The embedded device manager setup tool enables TruVision Navigator 8.0 users to easily discover TruVision recorders, cameras, TruPortal and UltraSync panels and IFS network switches when configuring the system, according to the company.

Once configured, each component’s icon can be dragged and dropped on a computer map interface to help users manage facilities at a glance. Users can also interact directly with different parts of the system, such as opening a door or accessing a camera by double clicking on the icon.

The IFS switches are said to help users better manage their systems by providing additional insight into operations such as bandwidth usage of connected devices. The latest release also allows users to create their own device names for easier identification.

Additional features new to version 8.0 of TruVision Navigator include:

  • Pop-up live video on event monitor when triggered by an alarm event
  • Built-in TruVision 360° camera de-warping
  • Task scheduling and main video stream control that helps reduce bandwidth needs during peak network traffic periods
  • Automatic health diagnostic service to maintain system uptime.

“With its powerful new video streaming capabilities and added integrations, the TruVision Navigator 8.0 unified security solution is well-positioned to manage small- to mid-commercial applications such as warehouses, schools or multi-store franchises,” says Hamilton.

Learn more about the solution in the video below.

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