Next Level Security Systems (NLSS), a developer of security solutions located at Carlsbad, Calif. , says its “unified solution” known as “NLSS Gateway” successfully passed integration testing at the MegaLab by Arecont Vision.
NLSS Gateway, which combines multiple subsystems including video management, access control, analytics, intrusion and more into a single, networked platform, is now verified to integrate with Arecont Vision megapixel cameras, the company says in a written statement. The integration matrix on the MegaLab website includes a complete list of Arecont Vision features supported by the NLSS Gateway.
“Close technical partnerships and proven levels of integration are critical to providing customers with seamless security solutions that strengthen security programs,” said Jumbi Edulbehram, Next Level Security Systems’ vice president of business development. “Our success at Arecont Vision’s MegaLab demonstrates our commitment to providing IP security solutions that surpass customer expectations through technology innovation and collaboration with cutting-edge solution providers.”
The NLSS Gateway’s unified, single platform approach allows data from those traditionally separate subsystems to be correlated without custom integration, while combined data is available to operators through a single, intuitive user interface, the company says.
The MegaLab, located at Arecont Vision’s headquarters in Los Angeles, ensures a high level of integration between Arecont Vision’s line of megapixel cameras and industry leading video management applications. “The MegaLab certification provides our joint customers with seamlessly integrated networked solutions, which helps further drive the adoption of IP-based, megapixel technologies,” said Jason Schimpf, Arecont Vision’s director of partner relations.
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