OnSSI Ocularis VMS Now Integrates With Oncam Panoramic Cameras
The integration between OnSSI and Oncam is said to provide a highly efficient means to further improve situational awareness and reduce overall costs.
PEARL RIVER, N.Y. — OnSSI and Oncam have partnered to integrate the companies’ industry-leading VMS and panoramic camera solutions.
The integration of Oncam’s Evolution 12 Series and Evolution 180 outdoor and indoor panoramic cameras with OnSSI’s recently released Ocularis 5.6 VMS provides a highly efficient means to further improve situational awareness and reduce overall costs, according to the company.
“This latest integration leverages the extensive camera management and control capabilities of Ocularis with the performance and wide area surveillance capabilities of Oncam’s industry-leading panoramic imaging solutions,” says Ken LaMarca, vice president of sales & marketing, OnSSI. “OnSSI recognized the myriad advantages of panoramic technology early on, and continues to support the implementation of these wide area imaging solutions for enhanced general surveillance applications.”
Oncam’s Evolution 12 (12MP) and Evolution 180 (6MP) series fisheye cameras integrate with OnSSI’s Ocularis VMS to provide high resolution 360° and 180° views respectively. Dewarping is performed on live and recorded images using a new plug-in for Ocularis, with the ability to view a variety of pre-configured camera views with electronic p/t/z control.
OnSSI’s newly released Ocularis 5.6 VMS is said to enhance overall performance and operator functionality, deliver cybersecurity enhancement through heightened system security with fortified dual authentication measures, and provide enhanced mobile and web access capabilities.
“Partnering with OnSSI makes it easy to implement Oncam’s Evolution 12 Series and Evolution 180 outdoor and indoor panoramic cameras on their powerful Ocularis VMS platform, providing users with an extremely efficient and cost-effective imaging solution,” says John Haspel, director of technology programs, Oncam. “In addition to increasing overall situational awareness, users can significantly reduce their Total Cost of Operation (TCO) by deploying fewer cameras and eliminating all of the related equipment, installation and maintenance expenses related to them.”
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