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24/09/2013

Brivo introduces Brivo Onair

Bethesda, Md

Brivo Systems LLC is launching the Brivo Onair version 10.11, on show this week at ASIS in Chicago. Featuring an updated user interface (UI), the Brivo Onair is the new brand name for the former Brivo ACS Webservice cloud-based access control management solution.
With the introduction of this updated interface, Brivo further expects to further extend its position in the cloud-based access control and video surveillance space by offering a more visually rich and responsive experience for its customers. The Brivo Onair interface is streamlined and designed for usability, reducing the learning curve and simplifying both system deployment and day-to-day security management.

For the redesign project, Brivo engaged a team of user experience (UX) experts. The team conducted hundreds of hours of interviews with current and prospective users to determine how they worked. They incorporated this information into profiles of user “personas” in order to bring focus to ensuring that the resulting interface responded to the needs of Brivo’s users. This first phase of the interface re-design incorporates the key findings from this process and sets the stage for additional enhancements to follow.

“This is an exciting day for Brivo, our channel partners and end-users,” said John Szczygiel, Executive Vice President. “The Brivo Onair name better captures the essence of our cloud-based solution. The revamped UI directly reflects feedback from our users and further demonstrates our commitment to continuous improvement. What's more, this major upgrade is delivered automatically and without charge to all of our users. That’s cloud computing, that’s Brivo Onair.”

Among the features the Brivo Onair version 10.11 is designed to offer a rich user experience that maximizes video and access control management. A new top-level video tab provides immediate access to recorded and live online video recorder (OVR) video. A simplified search capability provides a comprehensive view of access and video motion events on a timeline display; events are visually represented and prioritised using colour coding, intuitive icons and other visual cues.

In addition, the system landing page is optimised to provide shortcuts for everyday operations, such as to create a new user, find a user or a card, change passwords and search video all on this page—saving time navigating through multiple screens.

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