ENP Newswire -
Release date- 22102013 - OnSSI is showcasing innovative technologies that drive breakthrough PSIM and VMS solutions for mobile and web access, partner integrations and intelligent functionality at this year's Security Canada Central trade show (booth #417).
Featured products include OnSSI's Mobile and Web Clients and the recently introduced Ocularis LS. Built for mobility with edge recording support, Ocularis LS is ideal for buses, trains and mobile law enforcement use.
OnSSI will also host several technology partners in their booth to showcase an array of integrated solutions.
'Field proven performance, exceptional technology and elegant simplicity are what Ocularis is about,' said
Technology highlights include:
OnSSI's Mobile and Web Clients employ the company's innovative High Definition Interactive Streaming (HDIS) Technology which enables delivery of up to sixteen live or recorded HD video streams, simultaneously, to your iPad or approved handheld device, at each stream's original frame rate, even in low bandwidth conditions.
OnSSI's Ocularis LS feature set with emphasis on mobility joins the four current offerings of Ocularis PS, Ocularis IS, Ocularis CS and Ocularis ES. The new Ocularis LS incorporates revolutionary edge recording support that allows for local recording in the camera in the absence of network connectivity, and automatic and seamless download of the recorded video when reconnected to the network. Ocularis LS is ideal for buses, trains, mobile law enforcement and medium to large facilities.
'Field proven performance, exceptional technology and elegant simplicity are what Ocularis is about...'
Technology partnerships demonstrated in the booth include:
C2P unifies video surveillance with IP appliances including point-of-sale (POS) cash registers and automated teller machines (ATMs). Real-time text integration and hypermedia search tools seamlessly integrate time-synchronised IP text streams to associated video of the text events.
ELERTS Incident Reporting software allows smartphone users to report security and safety concerns to a police or security operations centre. Even if a campus has hundreds of cameras, ELERTS system 'knows' where each surveillance camera can 'see', by storing a Field of View database. When a crime is reported, the ELERTS cloud server uses the smartphone's GPS to determine the nearest surveillance camera(s), and triggers Ocularis to display live video from cameras with a view of the active crime event.
Agent Vi is a leading provider of open architecture, video analytics software deployed in a variety of security, safety and business intelligence applications worldwide. Solutions extend from real-time video analysis and alerts to forensic search and post-event analysis, and are fully integrated with multiple third party edge devices and video management systems.
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