S2 Security S2 Magic Monitor Version 4
Version 4 of Magic Monitor includes audio support for cameras, video clips and online digital content.
S2 Security, a provider of IP-based access control, video management and mobile security management systems, introduces the S2 Magic Monitor Version 4. S2 Magic Monitor provides a unified security management user experience for access control, video surveillance, forensics, digital signage and live internet feeds.
Version 4 includes new features like third-party video management system support from companies including Milestone and exacqVision, audio support and advanced Internet widgets. Version 4 of Magic Monitor also includes audio support for cameras, video clips and online digital content. After registering the product, Version 4 enables integrators to monitor system health and control licensing and software updates online.
Version 4 also introduces a Professional licensing option, which supports an unlimited number of S2 NetVR cameras as well as advanced weather and traffic widgets. S2sys.com
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