OnSSI Software Module Empowers C.CURE 9000 with Ocularis Video

OnSSI, the company that provides open-architecture, IP-based video surveillance software, released on Dec. 6 a new software module that integrates its video management system with the latest version (v1.93) of Software House's C.CURE 9000 security and event management system.

The integration enhances the C.CURE 9000 event management capabilities with a full IP-video toolset, allowing users to instantly launch video associated with access control events, visually verify and investigate activity at access points and receive events from the video system - turning the software control panel into a powerful video client.

The interface incorporates the same video controls as OnSSI's Ocularis Client.

The interface's Instant Investigation feature allows users to seamlessly transition from live monitoring to playback, without changing the viewing mode. Through the C.CURE 9000 monitoring station, users can monitor groups of up to 16 cameras connected to different recording servers at multiple sites. The video window can be set to display manually or automatically as an event pop-up, with up to four live video windows displayed based on event activation.

The integration is available for OnSSI's market-leading NetDVMS video management system and the Ocularis physical security information management platform, incorporating NetDVMS as the recorder component.

"Integration of access control with video surveillance is a powerful combination for the user, and we are pleased to offer Ocularis' enhanced video capabilities that operate as part of the C.CURE 9000 interface," said Julio Montalvo, director of Technical Services at OnSSI. "Merging access control and video surveillance reduces the costs of managing two separate systems in addition to providing an enhanced, unified user experience. Our collaboration with Software House makes this capability available to our joint customers, and we plan to continue to expand the integration to additional OnSSI software solutions."

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