OnSSI Debuts Video Delivery and Control Solution For Mobile and Web Access
At this week’s ASIS convention and trade show, OnSSI (booth #1629) is launching innovative new high performance video delivery and control Web and Mobile clients that extend the look and feel of OnSSI’s award winning Ocularis desktop interface above and beyond the control room. The new Web and Mobile clients utilize OnSSI’s High Definition Interactive Streaming (HDIS) technology which delivers up to 16 HD video streams at full resolution and frame rate over low bandwidth networks. The solution allows security personnel on-the-go to perform live monitoring or synchronized playback of multiple HD cameras from an iPad tablet, approved handheld device or standard web interface.
“Today’s security operations continue to move beyond the control room. Our new Web and Mobile clients support this trend with powerful functionality and cost efficiencies,” said Ken LaMarca, vice president, OnSSI. “It is an intelligent security and communications solution that provides mobility without compromise for the most demanding applications and users.”
Additional features of the Ocularis Web and Mobile clients include: the ability to toggle between single and multi-camera views; on the fly creation and configuration of custom camera group views; continuous forward, backward and frame-by-frame playback of single or multiple cameras; access to recorded video using date/time selector or Timeline feature; and support for any combination of cameras including those with different compressions and resolutions in the same view.
The HD video capture, transmission and control capabilities enabled with OnSSI’s Web and Mobile clients provide law enforcement and security management professionals with an invaluable tool for situation assessment and real time mobile management. The ability to deploy bi-directional real-time HD video and audio in the field gives first responders and dispatchers a whole new perspective on emergency response services. This insures appropriate levels of response, reduced operating expenses without compromising public safety and ultimately helping to save lives.