Sentry360 Targets Retail and Mass Transit Markets with Verint Integration

Sentry360 announced the integration of their 360-degree cameras, as well as their HD and Ultra HD cameras, with Verint Video Management Software (VMS). Verint is a valued Sentry360 partner that delivers innovative and comprehensive security solutions that are proven in a wide variety of applications.

Verint VMS streamlines video security operations and helps end users rapidly make sense of the vast volumes of video and data captured. Bringing Sentry360’s 360-degree technology together with the capabilities of Verint VMS creates benefits for joint customers by enabling the development of a comprehensive surveillance solution that allows users to realize new levels of situational awareness.

“Verint Video Management Software, combined with the Sentry360 camera line provides an unmatched level of insight to an end user’s ability to capture and analyze incidents as they occur,” said Brian Lettiere, vice president of product management, Verint. “Through this integrated solution, organizations can gain actionable intelligence about what’s happening in their environment to make better business decisions across the enterprise.”

Sentry360’s dewarping feature occurs on the client side, and is fully integrated with Verint VMS. This approach allows end users to combine Sentry360’s best-in-breed panoramic technology with Verint’s reliable and versatile video management system.

“We are very pleased to announce this integration with Verint Systems,” said Thomas Carnevale, CEO and founder, Sentry360, “Now that this integration is complete, our joint focus will be leveraging the multi-location ‘high-end’ retail and enterprise mass transit customers so they can benefit from our combined solution.”

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