New Security solution with Ocularis VMS and NetBox software integration

OnSSI’s Ocularis 5.3 and S2 Security Corporation’s NetBox software Version 4.9.08 have been integrated for a new security solution. Users can now bring Ocularis video and events into the S2 NetBox platform.

“The integration of Ocularis and NetBox software provides a highly integrated and intelligent video surveillance and access control management platform for myriad applications,” said Mulli Diamant, Vice President of International Business Development, OnSSI. “Experienced partners like S2 Security allow us to provide more holistic security solutions to our respective bases of new and established customers.”

S2 NetBox series products are full-featured, web-based enterprise access control and event monitoring systems capable of supporting up to 7,000 portals. Core features include person record and cardholder management, event and alarm monitoring, threat level escalation, and reporting accessible from any web browser. There is no software to install. S2 NetBox series products serve a range of applications from small businesses to field offices of large enterprises.

A solid-state appliance, S2 NetBox is a fast and reliable security solution. The system works with existing infrastructure and peripheral devices, making it easy to deploy. It is also flexible and scalable and tightly integrates with S2 NetVR Series video management systems, providing unified system management and administration.

Ocularis is an open platform video management software. It lets users record both analog video and video from newly integrated IP network cameras, and can become a Physical Security Information Management (PSIM) platform, putting users in control of advanced tools and enhanced integrations like smart motion detection, access control, biometrics, and behavior analytics. Ocularis is offered in three models: Professional, designed for organizations operating multiple locations with small to mid-sized camera counts; Enterprise, built for a wide range of mid to…

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