Avigilon Announces Integration with S2 NetBox
With the integration of Avigilon and S2 NetBox, customers gain through one robust interface for appliance-based smart card management and high-definition video surveillance.
Avigilon, a leader in high-definition and megapixel video surveillance solutions, has announced that its high-definition video surveillance software solution, Avigilon Control Center, integrates with S2 Security’s S2 NetBox, a 100 percent browser-delivered security management system that offers integrated access control, alarm and temperature monitoring.
The integration of the S2 NetBox and Avigilon’s high-definition surveillance solutions provides end-users, from small, single site facilities to globally distributed organizations, with a single platform to unite access control and high-definition video surveillance.
“S2 Security and Avigilon share the philosophy of creating open products that support integration,” said John L. Moss, CEO, S2 Security. “Integrations such as this streamline security management for end users and create valuable new opportunities for our integrators.”
The integration of S2 NetBox into the Enterprise edition of ACC seamlessly unites the management functions of access control, smart card authentication and high-definition video surveillance for enhanced security. Companies can improve security and their return on investment, while balancing the needs of employees, IT and security departments by linking video and events with credential authentication, alarm and temperature monitoring.
Through this integration, companies can improve response times to security events and provide enhanced protection for critical resources. Avigilon Control Center Enterprise NVMS includes a number of integration options, which enable the exchange of high-definition, IP-based and analog surveillance video with additional physical security systems to improve decision-making and reduce costs.
“The integration of access control and high-definition video surveillance is an effective security strategy for organizations small and large,” said Keith Marett, vice president of marketing and communications at Avigilon. “Partners like S2 Security appreciate the openness and ease of use of our solutions.”