OnSSI Displays Latest Version Of Ocularis PSIM Platform

The latest version of the Ocularis IP video-centric PSI platform was displayed by On-Net Surveillance Systems Inc. (OnSSI) at ISC West.

Ocularis provides the ability to integrate and control information from multiple physical security applications technologies empowering users to more efficiently coordinate and manage overall security operations.

On display at ISC West are Ocularis DS for multi-site, multi-server large enterprise environments, and Ocularis ES designed to reduce the complexity of managing edge devices, hardware, networking and user rights with a centralized, system-wide management application.

The IP video software supplier is also featuring details of how an early adopter of Ocularis DS -- Purdue University in Lafayette, Ind., -- is implementing the system to transform existing surveillance technology into a unified, campus-wide networked system that delivers enhanced functionality and improved ROI for the user.

“Ocularis has the power to harness information from the most advanced physical security application into a unified, user-intuitive system that can transform how security departments are managed,” said Gadi Piran, president and chief technology officer with OnSSI.

OnSSI also announced several personnel additions to its staff at ISC West to accommodate the company’s continued growth.

Designed for ease of use, Ocularis features a touch screen-enabled interface complete with map-based navigation, instant access to every camera in any combination, powerful investigation tools and multi-operator, multi-site versatility. Also enhancing the user experience are interaction-based controls, instantaneous investigation in live monitoring mode and one-touch push-live-video alerts between users. Ocularis DS and ES, with Ocularis Client Software, can be deployed at the desktop or in control rooms with video walls.

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