Panasonic Integrates IP Cameras with March Networks’ Management System

The ‘Command’ video management system ‘broadens the accessibility’ of those IP cameras
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Panasonic, a maker of digital and other electronics products, has integrated into its Internet protocol video cameras, the “Command” video management system by March Networks, a provider of intelligent IP video solutions.
Charlie Hare, Panasonic’s national category manager, security and mobile video solutions, said the integration of March Networks’ Command video management software with Panasonic’s advanced IP cameras “further broadens the accessibility” of those cameras.
“As a result, existing customers and partners benefit from the capabilities the combined solution offers and the flexibility to address a wide variety of security requirements,” Hare says.
In addition, Net Payne, March Networks’ chief marketing officer, says the “certified integration with Panasonic offers our mutual customers and partners an exceptional IP video solution that’s cost-effective to deploy and manage.”
Designed with an emphasis on efficiency and user-focused design, the Command VMS software’s features include mass configuration, alarm monitoring and management, real-time alerting with convenient handling and acknowledgment procedures and one-click access to associated camera views and alarm playback, March Network says. Combined with efficient “Visual Finder” and “Thumbnail Search” technologies, the Command VMS software platform can speed investigations and gather strong evidence for authorities, the company says.
The integration with Panasonic’s ver1.33 API cameras incorporates features including audio capture, H.264 and M-JPEG video compression, motion detection, logical alarms and robust input/output and pan, tilt and zoom control, according to March Networks.
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