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OpenEye Bringing Multi-Site Cloud Video Surveillance To SAGE

Something well worth a look at SAGE 2021, (a pop-up expo held in partnership with ASIS ACT seminars at the Realm Hotel in Canberra November 25, pre-register here), is U.S. developed OpenEye solution, a cloud-managed video surveillance solution deployed using Open Eye Web Services (OWS).

OWS enables multi-site video surveillance recorders to be viewed, managed and maintained centrally utilising the cloud, without the need for expensive and complex network and server architecture. It sounds amazing – for organisations going through serious digital transitions, it’s going to be well worth a look.

SAGE attendees will see how the OWS Platform provides users the tools needed to take control of their entire video surveillance installation using one web-enabled interface. With this interface users can streamline the management of recorders, users and permissions by moving them to the OWS cloud platform saving time, money and reducing complexity.

In addition, attendees will see the instant access to actionable intelligence though reports and dashboards, as well as how to easily receive alerts with video verification on events generated. This interface also provides alert information from motion, alarm panels, access control systems, video analytics, and sensors installed in key areas in real-time.

At SAGE you’ll find out how you can integrate OWS cloud-managed video surveillance platform into your existing IT and security infrastructure without compromising the security of your network, customers, employees, or processes.

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