ENP Newswire -
Release date- 16062014 - Hikvision, the world's leading supplier of video surveillance equipment, and Secura Key, a leading manufacturer of access control products and systems announce the successful integration of Secura Key's
The integration allows the user to link any video channel from the Hikvision VMS to the SK-NET platform and to record video while an access control or intrusion event occurs. The integration supports live video with PTZ control, provides video clips of events or event sequences, allows speed control and frame-by-frame analysis. Clips or individual frames can be downloaded to a removable storage device for forensic purposes. The integration even provides comparison of live-vs-stored cardholder images at critical entrances for security guards to take whatever actions they deem necessary.
According to Secura Key's VP of Sales,
'The integration between Secura Key's
About Secura Key
Secura Key has been the value leader in the Access Control industry for over 40 years, manufacturing complete multi-door Access Control Systems, including access control panels, software, card access readers, cards, keytags, and accessories. Secura Key also offers stand-alone readers for single-door keyless entry applications. Secura Key's card and reader technologies include Touch Card (Barium Ferrite), Wiegand Swipe Cards, Proximity Cards, Contactless Smart Cards, as well as UHF, MIFARE, DESFire, and Multi-technology cards, and four-color digital custom printing is available.
Hikvision is the world's largest supplier of video surveillance products and solutions. The company specializes in video surveillance technology, as well as designing and manufacturing a full-line of innovative CCTV and video surveillance products. The product line ranges from cameras and DVRs to video management software. With the largest R&D team in the industry and state-of-art manufacturing facilities, Hikvision offers customers the benefit of world-class products that are designed with cutting-edge technology.
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