Hikvision

Cortech Developments is pleased to announce the integration of its Datalog MV with video cameras from Hikvision, global supplier of innovative video surveillance products and solutions. Datalog MV operates with the latest version of Datalog and significantly enhances the control, flexibility and stability of managing a wide range of camera systems.

Datalog MV

Datalog is a modular software suite that operates as a single or multi user graphical user interface, providing local and remote site monitoring and control of building, fire, security and energy systems. Datalog assists in reducing risk and cost while maximising efficiency, situation awareness and accountability.

Datalog MV allows multiple CCTV brands to run as individual ‘plug ins’ which ensures overall system stability is maximised and the exposure to risk and downtime is reduced.

Cortech Datalog MV- Hikvision video cameras integration The integration with Hikvision allows Datalog MV to show operators live or recorded video

This integration with Hikvision allows Datalog MV to show operators live or recorded video. When an alarm occurs on Datalog any number of cameras can be automatically associated as well as other more complex causes and effects.

Events can then be replayed on the Datalog screen to show the pre, post and live event video for instant verification. If PTZ cameras are in use, then these can also be managed and controlled through Datalog.

Scalable and effective video security integration

Jason Blundell, Head of Sales & Marketing for Cortech Developments commenting on the integration said “We are excited to welcome Hikvision into our portfolio of integration partners and we are looking forward to working with them. The partnership between Hikvision and Cortech demonstrates our on-going commitment to offer users flexibility and the widest choice, when selecting an integrated software platform.

This partnership represents a powerful combination of technologies, reliability, performance, and compatibility. We are proud to have integrated our cameras with Cortech, to enable effective and scalable security operations in a new way”, said Justin Hollis, Marketing Director for Hikvision UK & Ireland Ltd.

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