i2c Technologies developed i2c VMS video management software to give our customers complete control of their video surveillance systems. Our customers appreciate how easy and intuitive i2c VMS is to operate, whether on-site or remotely. As the only area integrator to own our own software, i2c Technologies saves our customers the expense and hassle of working with a third party software provider.
Easy to Set-Up
i2c VMS video management software is designed for easy installation and use. It operates on all Microsoft-based server/desktop hardware and virtual servers. i2c VMS is Microsoft Active Directory compliant so there is no need for separate logins to access the software.
Easy to Search
i2c VMS allows users to search archived video using filters such as: time of day, camera location, date range, PTZ guard tour position, and motion and access control triggers. Easy-to-use thumbnail images help narrow your search for key video. No more spending hours fast-forwarding through video to ﬁnd an event.
Easy to Use
i2c VMS makes sharing key video easy in an open-standard video format, eliminating the hassle of downloading special software to play back video. Live monitoring is simple with our multi-view function which allows users to customize the size and placement of each camera view on a screen or video wall set-up.
With remote monitoring, i2c VMS makes it easy to stay in control of your system wherever you are. The remote system accessibility feature enables you to view and control your cameras in real time from any mobile or desktop device. i2c VMS will send you alerts to keep you informed when perimeter or camera sensors are triggered and send you a picture snapshot of the event via email or text.
Save Time and Money
Every i2c VMS video management software license includes remote set-up, conﬁguration, and technical support by our U.S. based tech support team which frees up your IT staff to concentrate on your business. There are no server fees, desktop fees, or recurring charges with i2c VMS, only a one-time license fee per camera.
i2c VMS can be integrated to work with operations systems like alarm, fire detection, SCADA, and access control, and supports hundreds of cameras on one network. When alarms are triggered, i2c VMS can provide an active response such as directing PTZ cameras to record the event, sending alerts, and tagging key video.
Providing Results, Exceeding Expectations
Exciting Features and Benefits
- Remote Video Management System Health Monitoring sends email or text notifications of faulty system devices.
- Video files are tagged with an authentication code to insure that video has not been altered
- Multi-View Interface allows any combination of window sizes, and viewing of multiple real-time cameras
- Archived video is quick and easy to locate using pull down menus that enable the user to find key footage in seconds
- Uses limited bandwidth and works extremely well with a cellular based data connection
- Uses both physical sensors and video analytics to control PTZ (Pan, Tilt and Zoom) cameras