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Eagle Eye Networks announces integration with Advancis PSIM platform

February 21, 2023  By  SP&T Staff

Eagle Eye Networks announced a technical integration with Advancis that combines cloud video surveillance with the Advancis PSIM+ (physical security information management) platform for integrated cloud video surveillance.

Designed for control rooms and security operations centres, the Eagle Eye-Advancis integration delivers what the company describes as a single unified interface for interactive monitoring and event-and-alert management.

The Advancis PSIM+ combined with the Eagle Eye Cloud VMS offers cloud video for use-case specific security solutions for enterprise customers, according to Eagle Eye.

“Eagle Eye Networks enterprise customers have complex and changing business and security needs,” said Dean Drako, founder and CEO, Eagle Eye Networks, in a statement. “Our open API allows a seamless integration with Advancis WinGuard, offering a great solution to customers with large-scale operations. Eagle Eye’s global reach and comprehensive camera compatibility delivers what these customers need for full deployment.”


The Advancis WinGuard platform is open software with APIs that deliver fully redundant, hot-standby multi-tenant solutions, for both SaaS and on-prem environments, including integrated security, building automation, IT and communication systems. The WinGuard platform is scalable from a single workstation system to a global operations centre solution.

“The Eagle Eye Networks Cloud VMS integration for WinGuard provides joint customers with a secure, scalable and easy to use platform for viewing, managing, and storing their video surveillance footage,” added Jan Meiswinkel, Co-Founder and CEO of Advancis. “The integration allows customers to leverage the powerful cloud-based video management system to get the most out of their WinGuard system. Customers can now easily deploy and manage their video surveillance across multiple locations, while benefiting from the advanced analytics capabilities that the Eagle Eye Cloud VMS offers.”

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