Samsung Techwin America's Cameras Integrate Ocularis

Samsung Techwin America, a global supplier of video surveillance and security products, has announced the integration of Samsung network video cameras with the Ocularis IP video management software platform from OnSSI.

This integration incorporates the image quality and advanced functionality of the company's line of network cameras with the Ocularis video management software. Ocularis enables users to monitor and manage events from multiple vendors' security products under a single umbrella.

“Meeting our customers’ needs is our No. 1 priority. This integration increases the value proposition for both Samsung and OnSSI by combining the strengths in each respective portfolio,” said Frank DeFina, Samsung Techwin America’s senior vice president of sales and marketing North America. “Two basic components of an effective video system are superb image quality and easy access to video when and where it is needed. Together, OnSSI and Samsung provide this combination.”

OnSSI's non-proprietary software platform enables the user to benefit from the capabilities of cameras as part of a networked video system. The investigative capabilities of OnSSI’s software allow users to review captured video in detail, analyze it frame-by-frame, fast-forward or view events in a compressed timeframe.

“A core feature of Ocularis is its open architecture, which gives us the opportunity to work with technology leaders like Samsung,” said Gadi Piran, president and chief technology officer, OnSSI. “Image quality is at the core of any video surveillance system, and Samsung brings quality and value to the equation.”

Samsung supplies advanced video surveillance solutions for IP-video, analog and hybrid systems. As a subsidiary of a $117 billion international market maker, Samsung is committed to the continued development of innovative systems products for professional security applications.

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