The Ocularis/Inex-Tech Automatic License Plate Recognition integration provides alerts for blacklisted vehicles, recognition of vehicle moving patterns, license plate search options, and forensic analysis data.
Learn how to set Ocularis Client to maximize a window when a pre-configured event occurs.
Use on-the-fly Views when you need to mix and match cameras from separate Views or when you need a temporary subset of the cameras in the existing View.
Private Views are Views that can be accessed only by a single operator within a user group. They can be created by the operator from within Ocularis Client, or by the group or system administrator.
With this Ocularis/C2P integration, instantly monitor the movement of persons or automobiles of interest. This tracker functionality displays pop-up alerts with time synchronization, shows building layouts, and provides associated camera views.
With the Ocularis/C2P ShotSpotter integration, instantaneously receive the date, time and location of gun shots fired, along with corresponding live video streams.
With this Ocularis/C2P integration for License Plate Recognition (LPR), users can track vehicles as they move between cameras with push-video alerts.
Now it's possible to play only segments of alert-based recorded video in Ocularis Client, while skipping over periods of continually-recorded video or periods where no video was recorded.
Smart Camera Drivers are the next evolution in camera drivers, which enable the communication between cameras and recording servers. They offer significant advantages over standard, static camera drivers, and they provide full support for all advanced camera features.
Ocularis v5.2 enables streamlined configuration of On-Motion Recording, for quicker access to recorded incidents without the need to browse through stretches of irrelevant video.
The Recorder Migration Tool, introduced in Ocularis v5.2, allows quick import of Ocularis legacy recorder configuration for easy migration to new Ocularis Recorders.
The Keyword Quick View Tool, introduced in Ocularis 5.2, enables immediate monitoring of a set of cameras for quick situational assessment, simply by typing a keyword assigned to a group of cameras that share the same characteristic.
The Camera Replacement Tool, introduced in Ocularis v5.2, helps users migrate their Ocularis system from legacy to new Ocularis Recorders by easily replacing (mapping) cameras in Ocularis Maps and Views using drag-and-drop.
In this video we’ll review the process of installing a recorder in Ocularis 5.0, and the pre-installation checklist.
In this video we review the standard setup type for all three Ocularis v5 recorders, as well as explain the method of setting video recording locations ("zones").
The Custom option for Ocularis v5 recorders allows you to install only select components, including components that are not installed using the other three installation types.
Ensures that you never lose sight by switching to a failover camera in as little as two seconds if the connection to the primary camera is compromised.
Allows the administrator to know what data was accessed, exported or removed, when and by whom.
Increase the availability of information, actions and handling methods upon receiving an alert.
Ocularis Client provides multiple tools for accessing and investigating video of an incident, including Kinetic Timeline.
Instantly investigate during live monitoring and change cameras, copy camera images and send a peer-to-peer video alert, all while keeping an eye on the entire camera array.