VMS systems take Video Surveillance Cameras to the next level but not all systems are created equally.

It gives us Cloud Control with Local Recording. That’s the best of both worlds.

6 reasons to use WAVE:

1. Light

Doesn’t consume a lot of resources on your computer / device

2. Simple

Intuitive simple design around end-users in mind

3. Reliable

Loaded with features to help your system capture and record every moment with minimum downtime

4. Synch

Easy remote access or share the system log-ins quickly

5. Any OS

Supports all major OS allowing you to work in the environment that is best for you

6.Open Source

Making things better by working together

Wave Feature Overview

Wave Feature Deep Dive

Multiple Desktop Client Instances

A “Window” is a single instance of the Wave Desktop Software. Users can open multiple windows or instances simultaneously. This is great for multi-monitor set-ups or managing multiple video systems all at the same time.

Here is a video showing it off:

Customizable Layouts

Users can create and save an unlimited number of layouts by dragging and dropping devices, servers, or local media files onto the Viewing Grid and resizing individual cells to their desired position and size on a Layout. Layout names are user-configurable. Users can open multiple “Tabs” – or Layouts – in the Desktop Client interface.

Custom Events & Rules Engine

The Events & Rules Engine allows users to configure System Actions based on specific Events. Events include Motion On Camera, Alarms, and System Troubles which can then do stuff like: Create a Bookmark, Send an Email, Write to the History Log, Show a notification on the display for a Guard,, Play Sound like through a loud speaker, Allow an Operator to Speak out to a trespasser or someone, Execute PTZ Preset so a camera is directed to a certain spot, Show a Text Overlay Message, and Show on Alarm Layout to a monitor for remote video monitoring excellence.

Zoom Windows

The Viewing Grid is comprised of Viewing Cells – each of which can display a single Resource (e.g. an IP camera, RTSP stream, HTTP stream) from the Resource Panel. Viewing Cells have shortcut icons for the following features: Info, Rotate, Snapshot, Smart Motion Search, PTZ, Fisheye Dewarping, Zoom Windows, and Image Enhancement.

Smart Motion Search

The Smart Motion Search Shortcut on a cell allows a user to search archived video streams from connected IP cameras with enabled and configured motion detection.

Using the Smart Motion Search tool users can highlight single or multiple search areas in the Viewing Cell in order to rapidly search for motion detected in that area. 1 year of archived video with matching motion detection index can be searched in ~5 seconds.

Smart Motion Search results will show up as highlighted red areas in the Flex Timeline.

2-way Audio

Two-way audio enables you to receive and transmit audio through the IP camera. For cameras which support this feature, you will see a microphone button that allows you to click and speak.

Conveniently configure your audio setting from the Advanced Tab > Audio Input and you will be able to start using the feature with Wisenet WAVE.

One-click System Wide Updates

One-Click System Wide Updates is a tab on the System Administration Dialog – allows System Administrators to update all Media Servers in a system to the latest publicly available version, patches, or beta releases with the click of a button.

It polls all of the Media Servers in your system for its version and operating system and grabs appropriate packages from the update server and push out to your servers.

Only one client with Internet access is necessary to use the online update function. Your Internet-connected client will push the update files to your offline servers.

HTTP Events & Actions

Use HTTP Generic Events & Actions to integrate with any 3rd party system or device.

Generic events that are received can then be used to create system rules – such as triggering an I/O, triggering a PTZ Preset-as-an-Action, launching an Alarm Layout, creating a Bookmark, or even sending an HTTP Request to a different 3rd party device or system.

The End Result: