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A more powerful PC-based remote surveillance system has been introduced by Alpha Systems Lab, Inc., of Irvine, California. RemoteWatch Millennium 4.0 offers up to 480 gigabytes of storage with additional storage capacity available through external devices. It includes three new modules: hardware video motion detection, audio record/playback, and voiceover IP. Three free upgrades are available to current users; they are multicamera playback with different speeds, pre-event and post-event recording, and a new graphical user interface. The upgrades are available on CD or via the Web site
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Publication:Security Management
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Geographic Code:1USA
Date:May 1, 2001
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