Last week we pushed out some updates including some core work to enable us to improve performance of SecurityStation, plus we’ve dealt with some minor niggles you’ve pointed out to us. Many thanks to the many users that give us great feedback.
We have seen a large uptake of SecurityStation in the last six months and are now processing thousands of video events each day. This has required us to upscale the capacity of SecurityStation. Core updates have now been made, which will allow much quicker event processing in the future. There’s still some work to be done to complete the capacity update, but it will soon be ready. In the meantime, code improvements have sped up the event processing a little. Soon SecurityStation will be faster than ever.
On top of these updates we’ve made a couple of smaller, but helpful changes:
- Saved events no longer appear in the main event list. To access saved events go to the saved events tab. This means there’s no inadvertent deletion of saved events from the main events tab.
- For plug and play cameras it’s now possible to easily move between cameras when creating schedules. Some of you thought the scheduling process took too long, so we thought we’d speed it up a little with the addition of a dropdown to choose which camera to set a schedule for next.
Over the coming weeks we’ll keep you updated with improvements via this blog and our Twitter feed.