Avigilon Introduces New Version of Online System Design Tool

Avigilon announced a new version of its Online System Design Tool. A three step-system design tool, the Avigilon Online System Design Tool allows consultants, integrators and customers to create predictable and consistent surveillance solution designs by enabling them to quickly identify the appropriate video quality level and recommended camera, lens and NVR combinations.

“With a new integrated interface and features to pinpoint new levels of detail, the Avigilon Online System Design Tool enables consultants, integrators and security professionals to quickly design a predictable and stable end-to-end Avigilon High-Definition Surveillance System,” said Rick Ramsay, product manager at Avigilon. “Using the latest version of the Avigilon Online System Design Tool, system designers can successfully bridge the transition to IP-based HD video surveillance by designing high-performing and cost-effective systems for greater overall protection and investigative success.”

The latest version of the Avigilon Online System Design Tool includes the following new features:

  • Integrated interface: unites tools for camera, lens and NVR selection to facilitate easier and more rapid system design;
  • Pixels on target values: ensures systems are architected with a predictable level of detail and also that the surveillance system captures high quality evidence;
  • Graphical scene view: view camera mounting locations graphically to identify camera blind spots and pinpoint range of human detection;
  • Flexible access: Designers can access the Online System Design Tool via Web browser when online and access an automatically updated version when offline, enabling more rapid and flexible system design; and
  • Export to CSV and PDF: enables installers to easily leverage system designs during installation and for consultants and integrators to include in customer quotes.

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