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AMAG customers can now combine the Symmetry V8 Access Control System with FLIR’s complete line of security solutions
As a certified partner, FLIR’s Latitude VMS integrates with AMAG’s latest Symmetry V8 Access Control System

AMAG Technology, the security solution manufacturer specialising in access control, intrusion detection, video management, policy-based identity solutions and visitor management, welcomes FLIR as a certified member of AMAG’s Symmetry Preferred Partner Program. As a certified partner, FLIR’s Latitude Video Management System integrates with AMAG’s latest Symmetry V8 Access Control System. AMAG Technology and FLIR cooperatively tested and certified this integration.

Enterprise level security

“We are pleased to welcome FLIR to the Symmetry Preferred Partner Program,” said AMAG Technology, Vice President of Product Marketing, Dave Ella. “The integration will provide end users with high quality imaging coupled with a powerful access control system. Symmetry and Latitude deliver enterprise level security that can grow and adapt with an end user’s changing needs.”

“FLIR is excited to be a certified video management systems provider as part of AMAG’s Symmetry Partner Integrations Program,” said John Distelzweig, Vice President & General Manager of FLIR Security. “AMAG customers can now combine the Symmetry V8 Access Control System with FLIR’s complete line of security solutions, including Latitude VMS, industry-leading thermal security cameras, and enterprise-level analytics.”

FLIR’s Latitude VMS is an enterprise-level IP surveillance system with forensic-quality imaging and user-friendly operations consisting of dedicated, web-based and mobile client software. Users manage Latitude VMS through the Symmetry Access Control System in the Symmetry Video Matrix.  Effortlessly view, playback, search and export while maintaining scalability and usability.  Latitude collects relevant data and provides actionable information allowing users to make quick decision to better protect their buildings and people.

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