Vicon Valerus: An Easy-to-install And Operate Open-standards Video Management Solution

Product Profile

Discover “Advanced Simplicity” with Vicon’s new VMS, Valerus – an easy-to-install and operate video solution built on true open standards for optimized interoperability. Its thin client architecture and central licencing offer ground-breaking steps toward the future of security solutions. Valerus supports today’s conventional network systems and is ready for the expanding world of cloud-computing. 

Simplified Purchase:

  • Three license levels are designed to handle all types of security demands
  • A single licence activates all Valerus components, including cameras, NVRs and clients
  • Software updates are free, keeping your system running the latest released version of Valerus
  • Available in software only or installed on factory approved hardware 

Simplified Commissioning And Operation:

  • A Quick Configuration tool gets the system up and running with only a few mouse clicks
  • Cameras can be programmed directly from within the VMS interface
  • Common settings can be applied to multiple cameras
  • Health monitoring dashboard alerts system users to problem issues and assists with quick resolution 

Simplified Integrations:

  • Built on common industry protocol, ONVIF Profile-S and Profile-G, offering real choice with third party integrations
  • No special certifications required for the addition of new cameras and edge devices
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Technical Specification

Make Vicon
Manufacturer Vicon Industries
Model code Valerus
Software Type Management Software
Additional info

Key features:

  • True openness
  • Increased operational efficiency
  • High performance video with HD resolution
  • Ultimate in flexibility and scalability
  • Simplifies security operations
  • Discover forensic possibilities
  • Integrates with VAX access control
  • Easy for any user
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