We’ve introduced two new rules options. First, you can create a rule to alert your security operators when there are issues with your Ava security appliances. This way, your staff can step in before there’s an impact to your Ava video security solution. You can select between Disk failures, Disk missing, and Disk space alerts.
The second new rule concerns camera issues. You can set up a rule to alert security operators when there is a Camera connection failure. Both the server and camera rules can trigger a pop-up, email, and webhook-based alerts to the communication system of your choice.
Occasionally, some third-party cameras don’t provide the required streams as requested by your Aware VMS. This could lead to problems with the video stream being used for analytics. However, when viewing one of the other streams, these problems might not be apparent. With the 3.0 release, you can now view the analytics stream of problematic cameras, allowing you to see exactly what is being used for analytics. Thus, when non-Ava devices don’t give the expected results, you can manually configure the analytics stream to deliver a better experience.
The same release also provides users with the ability to improve people and vehicles' detection on panoramic cameras, both for Ava 360 and third-party cameras.