Leading network storage solutions provider Asustor NAS has launched the Surveillance Center 2.1 beta version for all of its NAS devices.
In addition to the four free IP camera channels, the beta version of ASUSTOR’s Surveillance Center allows users to increase the total number of channels via purchasable camera licenses, enabling them to incrementally expand their surveillance systems. ASUSTOR’s 6 series NAS devices can support a maximum of 12 camera channels while 2 and 3 series devices can support a maximum of 8 channels.
Key benefits of ASUSTOR’s Surveillance Center include ability to support local output of surveillance feeds from a NAS via HDMI; convenience of viewing surveillance feeds directly on a TV without a computer; choice of single and four feed displays as well as automatic cycling between single feeds while viewing; and ASUSTOR remote, and AiRemote mobile app, or a keyboard and mouse provided to control viewing experience.
New features in Surveillance Center 2.1 include IVA (Intelligent Video Analytics) playback; user defined cameras via Generic RTSP; camera patrol functions; and new compatible camera models from Grandstream, TRENDnet and Lilin.
James Su, Product Manager at ASUSTOR notes that the latest beta version of Surveillance Center will give users the ability to add new camera channels as per need, providing additional flexibility.
All ASUSTOR NAS users of ADM 2.1 (firmware) and up will be able to upgrade Surveillance Center from within App Central.