Arecont Vision has announced enhancements to its A&E Partner Program.
By SP&T Staff
The A&E Partner Program supports industry architects, engineers and consultants with tools and resources to deliver project specifications and system designs that include Arecont Vision-brand megapixel cameras.
Participants have access to a dedicated A&E Partner Program Portal, which provides design resources including product specification documents, mechanical drawings and calculators.
Revit, a BIM (Building Information Modeling) software package developed by Autodesk that produces intelligent 3D models, has now been added to the program portal.
BIM allows architects, engineers and consultants to collaboratively design facilities through software, says Arecont. Each Arecont Vision Revit family includes the camera’s geometry, lens and mounting options, field-of-view coverage shapes, specifications and ordering information.
“BIM models enhance the security designer’s ability to articulate megapixel camera technology to their clients before the system is installed or the facility is even built,” said Laura Freeny, senior manager, strategic accounts, Arecont Vision. “This is a very useful resource for our A&E Partner Program members, and Arecont Vision will continue to add and update available tools and support materials going forward.”
Revit models are now available for both single-sensor and multi-sensor Arecont Vision-branded megapixel camera series.