Says it enables users to associate access control alarms with digital video footage
Exacq Technologies, part of the Security Products business unit of Tyco, has announced an integration with CEM AC2000 security management system (SMS). AC2000 is a powerful, fully integrated access control, alarm processing and photo badging system.
The seamless integration between exacqVision and AC2000 enables users to associate access control alarms with digital video footage announced the press release. AC2000 receives video alarms, such as video loss, motion and recorder offline, generated from the exacqVision system. These alarms are centrally displayed through the AC2000 system. Users can view up to 16 cameras on their exacqVision recorders in the DVR viewer application. With this integration, end users can utilize one control center to quickly view access control events with the related video and update camera presets.
Key features of the integration include the ability to manage the following VMS functions from the AC2000 interface :
- Control pan, tilt and zoom (PTZ) cameras and adjust presets
- Detects cameras and configures automatically
- View video associated with alarms as they occur
Set up video alarm actions
Playback alarm videos and download live and recorded video clips
“Our unified integration provides our customers with an opportunity to conduct video security from a single, intuitive interface,” said Scott Dennison, Director of Marketing. “Combining our exacqVision VMS functionality into CEM further unifies Tyco Security Products as an all-in-one video surveillance solution.”
This integration requires exacqVision server 6.0 or later with a current exacqVision Professional or Enterprise license and CEM AC2000 v6.8 and above.