A reminder that the end of support (EoS) date for Total Recall VR recorders that use the Max technology is 1st of December 2018. We announced this date on the 4th of March 2016 when we published the 9.20.0 software update which is also the last software update for systems that are based on the Max technology.
As you may know, we have published a series of Step-by-Step technical guides to assist our reseller partners with the integration of Total Recall VR and other specific systems. If you're not familiar with these guides, check out http://www.totalrecallvr.com/articles-and-tutorials. We're looking for assistance in creating the next batch of relevant Step-by-Step technical guides, and we could use your help!
We regret to inform you that Total Recall VR resellers have been targeted on at least one occasion by fake emails asking resellers for a short term loan to be paid in to a bank account that is registered with a bank outside Australia.
Dear Total Recall VR partners, as 2017 is nearing its end, we wish to take this opportunity to say ‘Thank You’ on behalf of the Total Recall VR team and the wider Prolancer team for your continued support and confidence in us and the Total Recall VR products and applications during 2017.
Skysoft-ATM, a leading developer of Air Traffic Management solutions, has announced the launch of SKYREC 360º. This unique solution, fully compatible with Total Recall VR audio recording systems, captures the dynamic content of remote towers and 3D simulators video wall displays in high resolution, with high performance.
Total Recall VR resellers have been targeted on at least one occasion by highly convincing fake emails asking to pay Prolancer invoices to fraudulent bank accounts. The e-mail may contain scanned and modified copies of Prolancer’s Total Recall VR proforma invoices that show fraudulent bank account details for payments.