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Archive for the ‘Plug and play’ Category

New Scheduling Feature for Plug and Play IP Cameras

August 16th, 2011 by Kevin

Scheduling screenshot - standard schedule

The new easy Scheduling feature


Today, we have pushed out our new scheduling feature for plug and play (PnP) cameras (Axis and Panasonic), responding to calls from many users of SecurityStation for more flexibility in recording. It is now possible to set up a recording and alerting schedule for each individual plug and play camera in your account.


The SecurityStation Heartbeat: Status Alerts and How To Control Them

June 27th, 2011 by Kevin

SecurityStation includes a powerful system which knows when your camera is online or offline and informs you of any changes to this status. In this post, we explain how it works.


Feature feature: ‘Test access’

April 8th, 2011 by Kevin

With the latest batch of updates we released along with wireless settings support for Panasonic plug and play cameras we included a new ‘Test access’ feature.


Digital PTZ function now available in Axis plug and play cameras

April 6th, 2011 by Alex

SecurityStation now supports digital pan/tilt/zoom capabilities in selected Axis IP cameras with SecurityStation’s plug and play functionality.


Plug and Play Support for Axis IP Cameras

March 23rd, 2011 by Kevin

We announce today that we have completed built-in plug and play support for Axis IP cameras within SecurityStation. The addition of Axis to the plug and play supported brands follows the success of this ‘ease-of-use’ feature with Panasonic cameras, introduced in August 2010.


Goldilocks and the Default Event Recording Settings

March 8th, 2011 by Kevin

When you add a plug-and-play camera to SecurityStation, some default event (or ‘trigger’) settings are applied to your camera. Through extensive testing we came up with what we call ‘Goldilocks’ settings.


Plug and play vs. manual configuration

February 15th, 2011 by Kevin

In SecurityStation we’ve built an intuitive, open system. We’ve achieved this in a number of ways.