On-Net Surveillance Systems, Inc. (OnSSI), the professional security industry’s leading developer of non-proprietary, open architecture intelligent IP-based video surveillance software solutions, continues to drive the industry’s migration to networked operations with innovative network management solutions. Leading the path is the company’s release of Ocularis – a new platform for IP video surveillance control with unprecedented control and scalability that also features a unique user-intuitive interface. It is also compatible with OnSSI’s prior generation NVR and management solutions, providing a seamless migration path for current OnSSI users.
“The continued acceptance and demand for advanced IP video surveillance solutions is dependent on the software required to drive these systems,” said Gadi Piran, President and CTO of OnSSI. “With the release of Ocularis, OnSSI is taking IP video control and management to a new level of performance and functionality that security professionals demand for large scale deployments.”
With the introduction of Ocularis, OnSSI’s new comprehensive video surveillance management solution, the company is introducing a “new platform for IP video,” according to Mr. Piran. “The functionality of Ocularis’ unique human interface simplifies even the most complex operations with true scalability and an open platform that alleviates previous issues related to integrating users’ preferences for various hardware devices and software enhancements.”
“The intelligence built into our Ocularis IP video surveillance system management solution crosses several operational parameters and focuses most on what security professionals need to see and record.. This in an inherent operational benefit that Ocularis delivers and continues to drive users to networked software-driven IP control and management solutions,” continued Mr. Piran. “By utilizing advanced analytics and event fusion to detect and filter events, Ocularis’ push technologies provide a more pragmatic approach to IP video and integrated physical security systems without any sacrifice of performance or security operations. This advanced functionality allows fewer operators to effectively monitor hundreds or thousands of cameras in control room and desktop environments while substantially reducing operating costs.”