Common Questions About Eagle Eye VMS Features

Video replication takes a stream from the camera, while another stream goes to your on-site device. Then typically all of the features available through the Eagle Eye VMS are available for those streams.

Your chosen responder receives an email and login link. They now have viewing, searching, and archiving capabilities on the views that you selected for them.

No problem, We would use a CMVR as an onsite storage appliance to upload within the bandwidth available. However, there has to be a balance of desired video clips, desired resolution, total disk capacity, and total ISP upload availability.

Yes, we have Hybrid bridges, or can use an encoder as a mid-ware appliance. When ready to improve the images, we can still typically use the coax infrastructure, if running new cat wire does not make sense, using another partner -- NVT Phybridge IP over Coax solution.

There are many solutions that are possible, from using HVI-TV IP cameras to upgrade the image to running new wires into cluster areas for true IP/Poe cameras, or a combination of the two solutions. Plus, we have wireless bridges to communicate with specific wireless cameras.

We would leverage a Flex Cloud storage solution, allowing you to keep on-site all of your video and then on a camera by camera basis use cloud storage to meet your compliance needs at the resolution needed to meet those compliance standards.

Leveraging the off-site storage ability of the Eagle Eye VMS platform provides a camera-by-camera choice, allowing you to choose the best mix of cameras to secure video off site at the retention length desired (camera by camera) and resolution (camera by camera). Many clients retain their high definition on site but retain lower resolution off site to best manage their risk and liability.