Most Standards-Based Surveillance Software on the Market

QGuard is high quality video management system that is standards-based and focuses on ease of use. It supports 90% of all network cameras and 99.9% of analogue cameras sold on the market. As new cameras become available new camera drivers can be easily added

QGuard can be installed as a separate server or integrated with existing solutions through its free software development kit (SDK).

IT Standards Guarantee Freedom of Choice and Low Total Cost of Ownership

Use of IT standards considerably reduces the total cost of ownership of various applications such as point of sale, petrol station or alarm system. QGuard is compatible and easily applicable solution, that allows interoperability with other systems and gives freedom to choose hardware and software suppliers for future purchases.

Innovations That Make You Safer

Advanced Recording

Permanent, activity based, alarm triggered or a combination of all of the above with each setting made on a per camera basis.

Instant Remote Access

Remote viewing of live or prerecorded video from anywhere in the world via TCP/IP networks.

Advanced Playback

Synchronised playback of multiple cameras playback of video based on time or alarm events with a graphical representation of activity levels.

Advanced Logging

QGuard logbook gives a complete and clear overview of all user and system activities and interactions.

Instant Remote Alarm Notification

Notification of the alarm via e-mail or SMS, and instant access to the alarm video footage.

Health Monitoring Service

QGuard features a Health Monitoring Service that upon detection of system component faults immediately notifies the operator.

Masking and Activity Detection

Maximise storage space using sophisticated masking in combination with graphically represented activity threshold levels.

And more.


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