Foothill Ranch, CA, June 11, 2007 --(PR.com
)-- As the inventor and CTO Michael Reuschling stated, users can forget the typical installations of hardware, drivers and application software. “We deliver a ready to use product: unpack, connect C-MOR and the cameras to the network switch or router, and you are finished”. Even if you wish to change the Internet address prior to using C-MOR, you simply change the address through the integrated front display. “By use of the Internet protocol for the video and image transfer, as well for the configuration and the control, it is assured that C-MOR can be used with any modern web browser” Reuschling said. “As required, you can use C-MOR in a local network or with SSL encryption over the internet!” Houses, factories, offices, warehouses, doctors’ practices, schools as well as hospital rooms can easily be monitored around the clock. The important consideration for Internet deployments is that you have a permanent internet connection for remote access and alerting functions. This is especially critically in the DSL or cable environments. From the end-user’s perspective, any standard web browser will provide the necessary access. In addition to PC access, remote viewing of stored recordings as well as the live C-MOR access is possible from Internet capable PDAs and mobile phones. “Having access to the internet, is having access to C-MOR” furthermore Reuschling said. “C-MOR access is independent of where you are in the world”.
In contrast to many other video surveillance systems, the user is not required to have a permanent manned television monitor to detect any irregularities or activity, and C-MOR does not require dedicated cabling for camera access. Instead, C-MOR operates with virtually all IP cameras that support the JPEG or MJPEG standards, and connectivity is provided by existing LAN and WLAN technology. Analog cameras can be integrated with network enabled digital converters, which are also available through C-MOR Inc. This unique capability allows C-MOR to integrate with legacy camera deployments.
C-MOR products also have an automatic, built in alarm function for detection, notification and response to irregularities or unauthorized activity. The alarm functions are independently activated for each camera and configuration is dependent upon the environment. If desired, C-MOR will email an alarm event and can even include the recorded video of the event as an attachment.
To add to the flexibility of C-MOR’s event notifications and response, the area of built-in software motion detection can easily be controlled with a user-defined picture mask. This allows C-MOR to avoid generating motion detection alarms in high traffic areas of the frame, such as pedestrian walkways or passing automobiles. In addition to built-in motion detection, C-MOR can also be easily integrated with external sensors like infrared motion detectors or fire detectors.
In the event that a camera should fail or be destroyed by vandalism, C-MOR informs the administrator of the failure so that proper action can be taken. This provides the end-user with the comfort level to ensure that C-MOR is 100% operational, 24 hours a day.
The fact that C-MOR plays a big role in the fight against crime was confirmed by Professor Dr. Stuetz, the Dean of Network Technology at the University of Applied Science Stralsund, Germany. Dr. Stuetz stated “The C-MOR IP based video surveillance system is a robust, reliable and successful network product that not only offers crime preventive and detection features but also functions as an optimal offender identification system through its impressive image quality”.