A safe investment
High system availability ensures that the services are always up and running. The data is kept safe and protected. The open platform ensures that the future extensions are easily adapted and therefore minimizes the required engineering effort. The simplified system architecture and the ease of deployment and maintenance provide a cost-efficient operation and ownership.
Simple system configuration and system startup are supported by configuration wizards. Simply choose, add or edit to define any camera, encoder, NVR or even a user and you are ready. Teleste also provides excellent pre-configuration services so that every module or component delivered can be taken into use out of the box.
Available on any screen
Web based services are bringing the S-VMX to the level of today ́s networked world where client interface is available through a standard web browser without OS or hardware dependencies. The LAN environment supports the operator with multicast distributed real time video whereas the WAN offers valuable mobility by enabling system access with PDAs, smart phones or PADs. The user interface can be tailored for different requirements, depending on whether an end user is working e.g. in rail, road or public security domain.
Clever building blocks
Choosing and modifying the system is easy with well-defined and simplified packages. This modularity also gives S-VMX an edge for easy scalability. In its most basic level the S-VMX is based only on two modules; System Server and NVR. S-VMX grows modularly as needed: should you add more cameras, other system components or clients, just add the respective amount of engine power to the system core. Future expansion from one S-VMX system category to another can be achieved flexibly by simply changing the applicable system license.
VMX video management system
Teleste’s VMX Video Management system is a powerful video surveillance solution for seamless management of video, audio and data over IP networks.The ingeniously designed architecture supports installations from single site low camera count systems to distributed nationwide systems comprising of thousands of cameras.