Latin America. The new VMS of the company has an easy operation, distributed functionality 100%, allows a gradual growth and is compatible with different operating systems.

Hanwha Techwin presents in Latin America its new managed video platform that allows to easily customize a total video surveillance system and grow in a distributed manner according to the client's own needs: WAVE.

One of the characteristics of this VMS that stands out Germán Pacheco, product manager of Hanwha Techwin, is the simplification of the system: the implementation is done in an "intuitive" manner, which ensures users navigation through the software.

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The installation, configuration of the servers, of recording or the creation of layout; Everything is designed to have simplicity in its operation and handling without the need to be a professional technician.

Adaptability and easy access

WAVE is compatible with different types of operating systems such as Windows, Linux, Mac, etc. In addition, it integrates with all Hanwha camera series including video and audio analytics such as intrusion, loitering, audio detection and sound classification that can be easily managed from the platform at no additional cost. In this way, the application is made more efficient, where the end user has a great diversity of products to integrate.

Likewise, the server and client have only 130MB and the complete installation takes a few minutes; there is no need for robust workstations to run the software, as in fact a server based on ARM processor can handle the application.

On the other hand, WAVE has features to help the system capture and record moments with the minimum down time; Multi-server redundancy and fail-over are supported at no additional cost.

Finally, WAVE SYNC allows sharing the system without having advanced knowledge of the network; Once the WAVE system is linked to the WAVE SYNC, you can easily get remote access or share the system.

This allows the integrator to save time and cost in managing their client's system, while for the end user it becomes a quick and easy access to the system using security privileges.

Santiago Jaramillo
Author: Santiago Jaramillo
Editor
Social communicator and journalist with more than 15 years of experience in specialized digital and print media for Latin America. Currently Editor of the Security Sales, Building Management and Academic Coordinator of the TecnoEdificios Congress.

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