Exacq Video Management Systems Integrated with S2 NetBox SMS

Exacq Technologies and S2 Security Corp. announced the integration of the exacqVision video management system software and turnkey hardware systems with the S2 NetBox network-based physical security management system. The integration of the S2 NetBox system and exacqVision creates a physical security solution that includes video surveillance, access control, alarm monitoring and temperature monitoring.

The integrated system unites exacqVision video with events in the S2 access control and intrusion detection systems. Users of the integrated system will gain quick and easy access to all video and audio associated with a range of security exceptions.

“S2’s use of an open-source Linux operating system and a browser-based interface for access control fits perfectly with our open-source and cross-platform video management system software and hardware,” said Dave Underwood, president of Exacq Technologies. “Moreover, we share a common, IP-savvy dealer/integrator base looking for a complete access control and video surveillance solution.”

The S2 NetBox and S2 Enterprise IP-based security management systems offer a 100 percent browser-based system that supports a wide range of physical security applications. S2 Security provides an open platform and freely distributes APIs so partners such as Exacq can create innovative solutions that operate seamlessly through the S2 NetBox user and programming interfaces.

“S2 and Exacq share the common goal of delivering innovative technology and exceptional customer service,” said John L. Moss, president and CEO of S2 Security. “The integration of S2 and exacqVision provides a powerful and complete security solution, delivered through a common Web browser.”

Integration with exacqVision is supported in S2 NetBox build 373 and later, and is available immediately.





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