Published on 16 September, 2013
Latitude NVMS can efficiently support any system size and installations can span multiple sites, cities and continents
DVTEL, INC., the video surveillance solutions provider, has been honoured with a prestigious 2013 New Product of the Year Award from Security Products magazine for its Latitude Network Video Management System (NVMS). The New Product of the Year Award, sponsored by the industry leading trade publication, honours the outstanding and noteworthy product development achievements of security equipment manufacturers whose technologies excel in their ability to improve security.
Winners were judged and chosen from among more than 90 entries in 24 award categories, with DVTEL’s Latitude taking honours in Video Management Systems. From a single server system to a distributed platform managing thousands of cameras, Latitude NVMS can efficiently support any system size or architecture, and installations can span multiple sites, cities and continents. Latitude's advanced features and unparalleled flexibility enable users to manage IP video, fixed and mobile cameras, audio and data to fulfil a variety of security needs.
Latitude’s comprehensive SDK supports hundreds of edge devices, providing seamless integration to almost any type of camera system, storage technology, access control platform and more, yielding a rich and comprehensive user experience. It provides the ‘latitude’ for users to customise their VMS experience specific to their location, vertical market or security challenges.
“We are pleased with the recognition that our Video Management Software has received as a 2013 New Product of the Year,” said Yoav Stern, President and CEO, DVTEL Inc. “The success of our enterprise-class, open platform VMS has propelled us to introduce an exciting new product suite, the DVTEL mid-market VMS family. These technologies, purpose built for the SMB market, is an intuitive sibling of our Latitude VMS that delivers the utmost ease in installation, scalability and management. With each new addition to the VMS portfolio, DVTEL raises the technology stakes, and increases ROI for end users as well as profitability and predictability for our VAR channel.”
Winners will receive awards and recognition at ASIS International 2013 in Chicago, Sept. 24-26. They will also be highlighted in the December 2013 issue of Security Products magazine and its website. The magazine is distributed to more than 65,000 subscribers monthly, and its Web site is visited by thousands of security professionals every week.
“The security industry is easily one of the fastest growing technology markets, and from my perspective the tools and solutions available to integrators and end users are more amazing every year,” said Ralph C. Jensen, Editor-in-Chief, Security Products. “It is difficult for our judges to pick a winner when many of the products are so outstanding. In the final analysis, the products entered this year are truly worthy of a second and third look.”