System Surveyor Announces Partnerships with Eagle Eye, Raytec and Avycon

As a testament to its Open-Platform approach, System Surveyor announced affiliate partnerships with three new manufacturers: Eagle Eye, Raytec and Avycon. With the addition of these video surveillance and lighting solutions to the System Surveyor Manufacturer Partner Program, System Surveyor users have access to a more robust and diverse catalog of products and accessories for streamlined site surveys, system design and bill of materials automation for more efficient physical security projects.

System Surveyor users can access each Manufacturer Partner’s Element Profile to import devices and accessories to a digital floor plan with drag-and-drop simplicity, which allows integrators to intelligently select the right product for their needs. Similarly, this program equips end users to refine their physical security system design using brand-specific products for procurement and implementation, preparing them for simple and efficient lifecycle management.

“From day one, we have believed that the freedom to design better systems starts with an open platform,” said System Surveyor CEO Chris Hugman. “The addition of these key brands to our Manufacturer Partner Program furthers our goal of making system design more accurate and accessible for everyone involved, including end users, integrators and manufacturers — all of whom need to collaborate to fulfill the promises of their technology.”

As a result of the strength of its partnerships with security manufacturers including Hanwha Vision, Digital Watchdog, Ganz, iluminar, i-Pro, Mobotix, Rhombus, SensoGuard, SoundSecure, Verkada and Turing, System Surveyor is recognized as a standard industry solution, helping equip system integrators, partners and end users to specify the right solutions for their systems. Together with these partners, System Surveyor provides its security industry ecosystem customers with the ability to quickly capture security system requirements, drag and drop devices from preferred security equipment manufacturers into a system design and generate a detailed, accurate bill of materials in seconds.

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