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12/11/2017

Arecont partners with Visual Management Systems

Los Angeles, Ca (USA) and Glasgow, UK

Visual Management Systems Ltd., the developer of the Titan Vision PSIM (Physical Security Information Management System), has joined the Arecont Vision Technology Partner Program.

"We are excited to team with Arecont Vision and to be part of their Technology Partner Program”, said Jay Shields, Managing Director for Visual Management Systems Ltd. “Our complete, tailored PSIM solutions help our customers and partners to integrate and manage the largest and most complex security systems in a variety of verticals. The excellent image quality from the Arecont Vision cameras allows our applications to work at peak performance, providing the best solution for our mutual customers.”

Visual Management Systems Ltd. is the provider of Titan Vision, the open platform, vendor-independent, comprehensive security information management system. Developed in the UK for the protection of critical national infrastructure, police and military installations, airports, oil, and gas assets, the Titan portfolio has custom deep integration with the Arecont Vision camera family, and is fully ONVIF conformant.

“Visual Management Systems Ltd. pride themselves in being able to provide significant cost savings, future proof solutions, reliability, and ease of use to their customers,” said Jason Schimpf, Director, Marketing Programs, Arecont Vision. “This is a great fit with the installer friendly, highly reliable, and feature-rich megapixel cameras built by Arecont Vision. Our unique architecture allows new features and capabilities to be added to both new and existing Arecont Vision cameras to extend their useful life, and provides cyber security protection that is unmatched in the industry.”


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