Samsung IP Cameras and Encoders collaborate with exacqVision VMS
Samsung Techwin announced a development in their partnership with Exacq Technologies designed to provide Samsung IP cameras and encoders with more control when integrated with the exacqVision Video Management System (VMS) software. The exacqVision driver was developed for Samsung’s line of IP camera/encoder products, which is available with the latest version of the exacqVision VMS.
April 24, 2013 By Staff
The system integration allows users to view and administer live and recorded Samsung camera images from any location on the network using the cross-platform exacqVision client. The client provides virtual matrix switching, multi-layer mapping, and digital PTZ control. Video from the Samsung cameras can also be integrated with text from access control, ATM and PoS systems. The exacqVision VMS allows for the configuration of the Samsung cameras across multiple servers from a single user interface.
According to Dave Underwood, president, Exacq Technologies, integration compatibility with Samsung cameras was previously enabled through the ONVIF standard.
“There is great industry demand for Samsung IP cameras in the surveillance market,” notes Underwood, in a press release. “It was advantageous for both Samsung and Exacq to collaborate on the development of the direct driver for their cameras.”
The line-up is compatible with image quality and day-to-day performance and is available with feature sets that make them ideal for a range of applications.
“Samsung’s advanced camera technology becomes even more effective when integrated with industry leading video management software,” said Frank De Fina, Senior Vice President of Sales and Marketing, Samsung Techwin America, in a press release.
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