Wonder which is the best video platform for your company? We pride ourselves on knowing the latest and greatest video management platforms and the integration options for each platform. We use this up to date knowledge to provide added value services to our customers most integrators can’t provide. Some of those options are access control event linking, input and output management, integration with burglar alarm systems, PLC and device control integration and superior analytics, LPR (license plate recognition).


We support and provide the highest level of training and support for the following VMS products:

Exacq Vision Professional, powerful, easy-to-operate client user interface installs on any standard computer running Windows, Linux or Mac OS X and can connect to multiple exacqVision Hybrid (analog and IP cameras) and IP Camera Servers creating a virtually unlimited amount of cameras and protection.

ONSSI Occularis, Representing the latest evolution in IP-video surveillance and security. As an integrated video and event management platform, it includes a full-fledged video management system for streaming, recording and managing an unlimited number of cameras at multiple sites.

Milestone XProtect, The world's leading open platform IP video management software. XProtect has helped optimize business processes and ensure safety and security for people, animals, products and assets around the world.

Pelco Endura 2.0, A complete solution for high capacity video capture, transmission, display, and management, Endura is designed as an end-to-end system for the demands of mission critical surveillance applications.

The video surveillance market is growing constantly.  It's being driven by increased public and private security concerns, as well as a technology shift. The transition to network video is a reality as customers take advantage of flexible, industry standard systems for security and video surveillance. As security management over the IP network expands and intelligence capabilities move out to network cameras, systems can scale much more easily. This move to open systems empowers a much more productive and cost-effective means of surveillance than was ever possible.

Superior image quality

Image quality is clearly one of the most important features of any camera, if not the most important. Superior image quality enables the user to more closely follow details and changes in images, making way for better and faster decisions to more effectively safeguard people and property. It also ensures greater accuracy for automated analysis and alarm tools. Axis network cameras provide high-quality video images, and megapixel and HDTV network cameras are available to provide even more image details.

Remote accessibility

With network video, users can access real-time video at any time from any authorized computer anywhere. Network video products provide an easy way to capture and distribute high quality video over any kind of IP network or the Internet. The video can be stored at remote locations for convenience and security, and the information can be transported over the LAN or Internet.

Easy, future-proof integration

There are almost no limitations as to where a network video product can be placed. Network video has the capacity to provide a high level of integration with other equipment and functions, making it a continually developing system. A fully integrated Axis network video system can be used for a multitude of applications simultaneously. For instance, access control, building management, point-of-sales systems, ATMs, as well as fire alarms, intruder and visitor management.

Scalability and flexibility

An network video system can be expanded by adding more network cameras. You can choose exactly what you need today, and scale the system at any time to meet your growing needs. New technologies, additional cameras, and extra storage capacity can all be easily added when required, thanks to strict adherence to industry standards.

Cost-effectiveness

Based on open standards, network video products run on IP networks. Using standard PC server hardware rather than proprietary equipment such as DVRs radically reduces management and equipment costs, particularly for larger systems where storage and servers are a significant portion of the total solution cost. Additional cost savings come from the infrastructure used. IP-based networks such as LANs and the Internet can be leveraged for other applications across the organization.

Distributed intelligence

These days, a massive amount video is being recorded, but never watched or reviewed due to lack of time. As a result, events and activities are missed, and suspicious behaviors remain unnoticed. With network video, intelligence has been brought into the camera itself. Network cameras can have built-in video motion detection and alarm management so the camera decides when to send video, at what frame rate and resolution, and when to alert a specific operator. Other unique features include audio detection and active tampering alarm.

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