OnSSI, provider of IP surveillance management solutions, continues its rapid market expansion with enhancements to its industry-leading VMS solutions, additional technology partners, and expansion of the Company’s growing team of experienced professionals.
Continuing its momentum at ISC West 2018, (booth #13074), OnSSI is showcasing its flagship Ocularis 5.5 VMS, new RecOn5 Pre-loaded NVRs and Servers and the Company’s latest integrations with leading technology partners.
“Our latest portfolio of VMS solutions addresses end users’ evolving physical security and business intelligence needs, supported by integrations with a growing portfolio of industry leaders that further enhance the functionality and ease of deployment of Ocularis,” said Ken LaMarca, VP of Sales & Marketing, OnSSI. “We are committed to further increasing our industry footprint and momentum here at ISC West and throughout the course of 2018.”
RecOn5 Pre-loaded NVRs and servers provide a seamlessly integrated camera management and recording solution
Enhanced security with Ocularis v5.5
Featured at ISC West, Ocularis v5.5 sets new benchmarks in VMS performance and control with new automation features that encompass system integration, operational workflow, enhanced security and system health, as well as improvements in image quality, bandwidth usage and storage requirements.
OnSSI also debuted its new series of RecOn5 Pre-loaded NVRs and Servers, which provide a seamlessly integrated camera management and recording solution ideal for stand-alone plug and play applications or for expansion with existing Ocularis VMS deployments.
The new RecOn5 family of products is available with 32, 64 and 128 camera capacities spanning five models in a selection of desktop and rackmount form factors.
Facial recognition and video storage
Integration partners on-hand in the OnSSI’s ISC West exhibit include: ConvergenceTP (C2P) for powerful data convergence; CyberExtruder facial recognition; Jemez Technology analytics platform; and NetApp video storage solutions.
OnSSI also released its new Hardening Guide for Networked Video Surveillance Systems, which provides specific recommendations to help better protect video surveillance systems from cyber-attacks.