Integrated Systems

VMS integration

by Mark Rowe

360 Vision Technology, the UK manufacturer of high definition PTZ, radar and thermal imaging cameras, has announced a technical partnership to provide full systems integration with Digifort’s IP based video management software. Without licence costs, the Digifort VMS offers video monitoring and management, with RAID video storage. The software can be upgraded to include analytics, number plate recognition, facial recognition, point of sale (PoS) and access control. The VMS now includes camera SDK integration to the full range of 360 Vision cameras. That camera control covers menu and set-up: pan and tilt, iris and focus control, wash-wipe, and auxiliary switching for infra-red and/or white light LED lighting.

The firms say that Digifort VMS and 360 Vision camera control can be used for traffic monitoring, border control, public space, and retail security, management, and health and safety monitoring applications.

Nick Bowden is MD at Security Buying Group, Digifort’s UK and Ireland representative. He says: “It’s great to be working with, and harnessing, the powerful surveillance capability of a world-class UK camera manufacturer. With the 360 Vision camera range fully integrated into our IP VMS, simple device set-up and user-friendly operation is guaranteed to greatly enhance the user experience and maximise system performance.”

And Sara Fisher, Sales Director at 360 Vision says: “We have worked on a number of significant projects in conjunction with Digifort and customers have been very pleased with the performance of the integrated end-to-end solution. Digifort’s completely scaleable VMS solution makes a perfect partnership with our range of industrial PTZ cameras.”


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