Arcules, a provider of video-surveillance-as-a-service solutions, announced the integration of its cloud-based video platform with the Genea access control platform. According to the company, the combined cloud-based solution allows businesses to manage access to facilities, validate activities with video data, and quickly react to protect employees and company assets.
The unified security solution incorporates video feeds for real-time monitoring, video playback of cloud-based video, camera mapping to door locations for instant video verification, and a camera wall feature to display multiple live camera views.
The integration also includes the advantages of cloud-based security solutions, such as system-wide monitoring in real-time across multiple locations, automatic updates, reduced maintenance, and data analysis. Additionally, the combined Arcules-Genea solution works with existing hardware, such as door controllers, readers or security cameras.
“The opportunity to team with Genea accelerates that objective through the combination of Arcules’ cloud video capability and Genea’s expertise in access control. The result is a very powerful security solution that provides users a single interface for access control and video management with all the ease of acquisition, operational simplicity, worry-free maintenance and data richness that cloud-based solutions offer,” said Steve Prodger, chief revenue officer, Arcules.
“The integration between Genea Access Control and Arcules gives users huge technological and operational advantages,” added Michael Wong, CEO, Genea. “These cloud-based solutions centralize security within a single pane of glass, helping IT and security teams achieve improved security and efficiency.”
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