Dahua Technology Ltd

OnSSI is displaying the latest VMS technology enabling the improved management and security of network video surveillance and security systems at ISC West (booth #13074). The company’s flagship Ocularis v5.5 VMS sets new benchmarks in performance and control with new automation features that encompass system integration, operational workflow, security and system health, as well as improvements in image quality, bandwidth usage and storage requirements. The technology innovations in Ocularis v5.5 deliver advanced functionality, added security and increased value"

The technology innovations in Ocularis v5.5 deliver advanced functionality, added security and increased value, which improve the overall user experience,” said Ken LaMarca, VP of Sales & Marketing, OnSSI. “These same characteristics provide our reseller partners with competitive advantages relative to system implementation, maintenance and remote management, which deliver increased profitability.

Ocularis v5.5 VMS Ocularis fortifies system security with new authentication requirements, change-password reminders and TLS 1.2 support

Ocularis fortifies system security with new authentication requirements, change-password reminders and TLS 1.2 support. Security is further enhanced with automatic software update prompts that, once initiated, do not require additional input from the operator. A new camera health status feature in Ocularis Administrator allows operators to see the status of all cameras at-a-glance, across all recorders and branches. And, additional Smart Camera Drivers are now available for Dahua, Panasonic and TKH Security Solutions cameras, eliminating the need to wait for individual camera drivers or driver packs for these and other newly introduced cameras from these manufacturers. Support for H.265 compression provides exceptional image quality with less data, and a reduction of video bandwidth usage and storage requirements. Additional features of Ocularis v5.5 include new Web video bookmarking that allow for faster access to important video for more efficient investigations

Additional features of Ocularis v5.5 include new Web video bookmarking that allow for faster access to important video for more efficient investigations; a new playback mode for alarm recordings that allows review of motion- or event-driven recordings in Ocularis Client; two-way audio support using push-to-talk functionality in Ocularis Client; and processing improvements that result in faster event notifications and video call-up times.

Ocularis is offered in three models: Professional, designed for organisations operating multiple locations with small to mid-sized camera counts; Enterprise, built for a wide range of mid to large IT-centric organisations; and Ultimate, created for large organisations with extended command and control needs and recording server failover.

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