LENSEC’s Next-Generation Perspective Video Management Solution Built On Silverlight Platform
LENSEC will introduce its next-generation Perspective Video Management Solution at ISC West.
Perspective VMS is built on Microsoft’s Silverlight platform, offering a rich Internet application with a completely web-enabled interface. With a nod to the Las Vegas location, LENSEC is offering a turn in its money grab machine for attendees who visit Booth 5041 for a demo.
“We specialize in helping customers get the highest return on their network investment by tying disparate components together into a common user interface”
Perspective is a smart-client system, which means it can operate on any computer without the intrusive installation of thick-client software. A true cloud solution, Perspective enables businesses to manage remote operations from a central command point or headquarters.
“At LENSEC, we pride ourselves on anticipating client needs and combining proven technologies with the latest advances to provide easy-to-use, adaptable solutions,” said David Crawford, LENSEC CEO. “LENSEC began using web-based architecture to provide cloud-based video management solutions long before software-as-a-service and cloud computing became buzz terms. Perspective VMS™ delivers on our reputation for strong customer service and results.”
Perspective VMS enables real-time collaboration, allowing security professionals to share video views and text. With remote video surveillance, first responders and operators can analyze fields of view for unusual activity and take proactive measures to maintain safety while rapidly investigating post-incident scenes.
The secure Internet application provides flexibility in a wired, wireless or remote environment, enabling a flexible security workforce. Perspective combines customizable map-based situational awareness with intuitive forensic archive management so security personnel can view events from all perspectives.
The product’s easy-to-operate display panel places functions in convenient locations. Frequent use of graphics and visuals -- including overlays, video thumbnails, maps, and pop-ups -- familiarize users to the intuitive design. At the same time, administrators and technical staff appreciate its diagnostic alerts, user and component reporting, and open architecture platform for integrating future hardware and software devices and systems.