Tuesday is our day for pushing out SecurityStation bug fixes and feature updates. This week we’ve made some small but useful changes. Read on for details.
We recently announced that our UK users were eligible for a FREE (completely free, no adverts or trial period) SecurityStation account for 1 camera. Today, we’re extending that to a long list of European Union countries too. Read on for more details.
Great news! We are introducing a free SecurityStation 1 camera account, opening up the service to network camera users who use software to record from their camera. Software is no longer needed.
Many IP cameras are sold with free 1 channel recording software. Users are required to install this software on their PC and keep this running to record footage and play it back. The new, free SecurityStation account does away with this requirement.
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.
Yesterday we pushed live some important updates including wireless support for Panasonic IP cameras supported through our plug and play system.
SecurityStation now supports digital pan/tilt/zoom capabilities in selected Axis IP cameras with SecurityStation’s plug and play functionality.
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.
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.
In SecurityStation we’ve built an intuitive, open system. We’ve achieved this in a number of ways.