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17th July 2019 Issue no. 466
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VDT Direct adds latest android notifications to webeye
VDT Direct, the leading developer of rapid deployment video security solutions, has added new Android enhancements to WebEye CMS, the world's first fully cloud-based alarm monitoring software for the RSI Videofied system.
These enhancements ensure that this interactive security solution meets the latest Android specifications including the forthcoming changes to the primary push notification system. This will ensure that WebEye continues to deliver resilient and reliable alarm notifications to Android-based smartphones and tablet computers.
According to Clive Mason, Managing Director at VDT Direct: "We are experiencing a substantial increase in enquiries from organisations using Android devices and are committed to ensuring that WebEye remains the most advanced remote monitoring solution for these users."
VDT Direct has made a significant investment in developing WebEye which now enables alarm notifications to be received and handled from any internet-enabled computer, tablet or smartphone including iPhone, Android and Windows Phone. The company has also expanded its development team with the recruitment of a new Android software engineer.
"WebEye enables RSI Videofied system users to monitor remote sites and receive video alarms on the move from any location around the clock and deliver a faster, more efficient response to alarm activations," continued Clive Mason. "This powerful solution is available through our UK and European network of channel partners, system integrators and installers throughout the UK and Europe."
The WebEye Alert app for Android can be downloaded directly from VDT Direct's website. The app is truly interactive enabling users to initiate responses to notifications direct from their mobile device including setting off a siren and using the talkback function to issue warnings to intruders.
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