Video Management: What's Next?

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At the 2009 ASIS International Seminar and Exhibits last month, vendors such as Genetec, March Networks, Milestone Systems and TimeSight Systems discussed how they are using the open systems approach tie video management to other security systems.

Security Squared's exclusive video feature touches on some examples of cross-platform connections that emerged at this year's show and offers a glimpse into how video management systems are evolving into tools that do more than manage hundreds of video streams, but now extend to organizing and structuring video data so it can seamlessly integrate with other security functions, thereby bringing more value and ROI to what are costlier digital surveillance deployments.


At the 2009 ASIS International Seminar and Exhibits last month, vendors such as Genetec, March Networks, Milestone Systems and TimeSight Systems discussed how they are using the open systems approach tie video management to other security systems.

Security Squared's exclusive video feature touches on some examples of cross-platform connections that emerged at this year's show and offers a glimpse into how video management systems are evolving into tools that do more than manage hundreds of video streams, but now extend to organizing and structuring video data so it can seamlessly integrate with other security functions, thereby bringing more value and ROI to what are costlier digital surveillance deployments.


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