Maxxess eFusion Software Now Integrated With OpenEye
Users of the newly integrated systems can view both live and recorded video in reference to access control events.
YORBA LINDA, Calif. — Maxxess Systems, a provider of event response management and collaboration systems, announces the integration of OpenEye Web Services (OWS) with Maxxess eFusion security management software.
Maxxess’ eFusion is presently installed in thousands of facilities around the globe enabling security personnel to more precisely monitor and assess potential and emerging threats, and quickly respond to emergencies.
The new integration enables the Maxxess monitoring software to retrieve video from OpenEye video surveillance systems through OWS and view it natively in eFusion.
“Maxxess eFusion security management has always focused on improving response to critical events and security issues. The integration to OpenEye Web Services platform allows our security management software to enhance the features of access control, video surveillance and other physical systems from one easy to use platform,” states Nancy Islas, president, Maxxess Systems.
OpenEye Web Services is said to streamline operations and reduce the burden on IT, making it easier to manage and maintain video deployments and integrations of all sizes. The company’s open Cloud platform combines and analyzes event data from video, alarm systems, access control, sales transactions, central stations and IoT devices.
Users of the newly integrated systems can view both live and recorded video in reference to access control events. eFusion establishes a connection to recorders using OpenEye Web Services’ Web Connect technology, improving connection reliability and eliminating the need to manually manage connection settings or forward ports, according to the announcement.
“We are excited to provide users of the Maxxess eFusion security management software the reliability of Web Connect enabled video verification of events on their platform,” says Ian Siemer, vice president, product and marketing, OpenEye. “Video verification is a crucial tool for providing situational awareness as well as reducing false alarms and improving response time.”
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