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HomeSecurityAlarm SystemsOpenpath Unveils Pro Series Video Readers With Built-In Camera

Openpath Unveils Pro Series Video Readers With Built-In Camera

Openpath has announced the new Pro Series Video Readers offering touchless unlock, remote management capabilities and high-quality video verification at the door.

By adding a camera on the reader, Openpath’s Pro Series attaches visual verification to access events at the door. Combining video with access logs gives security teams the full story of events throughout the day and allows them to see what’s happening outside the entrance in real-time, the announcement states. Up to 180 days of cloud storage is viewable in the Openpath mobile app for historical access.

The video feed is optimized for mobile with remote features on any device, allowing security administrators to take necessary actions quickly, such as granting remote guest access, activating lockdown capabilities, diagnosing automated alerts, or informing on-site personnel to a specific situation that may require immediate attention.

Enabled by Openpath’s security platform, Pro Series video readers are designed for organizations which require a touchless, convenient, secure security solution with visual verification to enhance safety, and remote management capabilities for hybrid and remote employees.

The new readers complement existing video surveillance systems to provide close-up, eye-level view of what is happening at the front door. They can be integrated into a large solution, or work in isolation, offering video footage context to any motion-activated or access event.

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