The integration of AMG’s PanoCam360 with NICE Systems’ NiceVision Net 2.5 enhances ease of video management and situation handling while at the same time improving the quality and speed of critical decision-making and investigation.
AMG Systems (the British manufacturer of sophisticated Megapixel cameras and CCTV transmission technology) has completed the integration of AMG-Panogenics’ 5 Megapixel, 360 degree PanoCam360 cameras with NICE Systems’ NetVision Net 2.5 – a comprehensive enterprise class, open VMS platform for end-to-end IP video surveillance applications.
The technology integration is a significant move for introducing AMG-Panogenics’ range of cameras into applications in a number of vertical markets, among them the transport sector.
“NiceVision Net 2.5 provides superior value to security operators, integrators and IT managers with its focus on evolving market needs,” said Yuval Kiselstein, head of product management for surveillance solutions at the NICE Security Group.
“We base our solutions on an open, IT-friendly design which makes it easy for third parties to integrate while still complying with end users’ IT requirements. We have found that AMG’s PanoCam360 lends itself incredibly well to our markets, including many transport-related applications, and we look forward to a fruitful partnership that will help users gain the most from their video technology.”
Sara Bullock, international sales and marketing director for the AMG Group, added: “The transport market has always been very important for AMG. It’s where our transmission technology stems from, and the AMG-Panogenics camera range, which includes TotemCam360 and PanoCam360, is particularly well suited for applications in this market.”
Bullock went on to state: “NICE Systems’ sophisticated VMS solution fits a wide range of customers and implementations while ensuring the best total cost of ownership and unsurpassed reliability. In combination with our camera range, this creates a compelling market offering. I’m therefore delighted to announce this technology partnership.”