Expansive geography and large camera counts at airports, highways, seaports, and bus and rail stations, have created a need for new, proactive approaches to IP video surveillance.  
OnSSI’s Ocularis meets these challenges with an easy to use, events-based video surveillance and security software system that provides targeted alerts to personnel system-wide. It is designed to anticipate potential threats and improve response time.
Ocularis integrates with a host of third-party physical security, video intelligence and IT solutions. Toll authorities are able to incorporate license-plate recognition, payment systems and video content analytics to generate transaction-specific data. Cameras installed along highways can provide real-time traffic information. Video alerts can be automatically generated for loitering, abandoned luggage, unauthorized entries, unattended vehicles in restricted zones, cargo theft and much more. 
An even higher level of efficient emergency response is  achieved by granting access to video and alerts to authorized local law enforcement agencies running Ocularis. In addition, Ocularis’ native video wall controllers enables the collaborative handling video and alerts from the entire system at multiple command and control centers.

"We have eyes all over the airport now, and the advantage of video alerts tied to various other systems, like access control... this allows our security staff to be more mobile and effective overall, and in the long run saves both time and money by streamlining security processes.” -- Scott Van Moppes, I.T. Manager, Myrtle Beach Airport

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