Surveillance camera developers Sentry 360 have announced integration with March Networks Command video management system (VMS) software.
With key features including mass configuration, real-time alerting with handling acknowledgment procedures, and one-click access to associated camera views, Command is the latest example of March Networks’ focus on enterprise-class manageability and ease-of-use.
Thomas Carnevale, founder and CEO of Sentry360 said, “These high megapixel (up to 14K), panoramic, Ultra-Resolution surveillance cameras deliver an exciting combination with Command VMS.
“We believe the incorporated value of our technologies brings a swift ROI to large potential customers in transportation, financial institutions and critical infrastructure.”
This true end-to-end solution is a perfect fit with Sentry360 multi-megapixel class surveillance cameras. The cost-effective InSight Series, including the award-winning IS-IP14K, named “New Product of the Year” by Security Products magazine, make for a great combination with the user-friendly, reliable software of March Networks Command VMS.
The open March Networks Command VMS supports leading recording platforms and hundreds of IP edge devices through proprietary protocol and ONVIF integration. The software is one of the only VMS solutions able to support complete system configuration and administration – in addition to live and archived access – via a browser-based client interface.
“We are pleased to add Sentry360 surveillance cameras to our extensive list of Command camera integrations,” said Net Payne, CMO of March Networks. “The benefits of Sentry360’s detailed, high-definition image capture, combined with the openness and scalability of our VMS software, offers customers even more flexibility when deploying a complete IP video surveillance solution.”
In an effort to better serve the customer, both Sentry360 and March Networks have sought to create a solution that saves both time and money through customization. Sentry360’s philosophy of “less is more” means fewer cameras to buy and install without sacrificing forensic detail or situational awareness. Likewise, March Networks Command offers a Visual Finder and thumbnails to make it easy to find video in a fraction of the time it could typically take to locate what you need.
“We are so excited about this new offering,” said Carnevale, “We are confident that this integration of technologies will be a great target for a wide range of markets and provide a variety of solutions for our customers while saving them time and money.”