VuWall, a manufacturer of videowall controllers and control room videowall management solutions, have strengthened their market offering by integrating with the Genetec Security Centre platform.
To provide customers with a comprehensive solution, VuWall has integrated the VuWall2 Video Wall Management Software into the Genetec Security Centre platform for total video wall control. Video wall controllers can now be managed directly from within the interface of Genetec Security Centre thanks to the new VuWall integration. This allows the operators to easily control the video wall system directly from their everyday security application. Changing feeds and display content can now be performed from a single interface, rather than switching applications.
Genetec Inc. is a market leader in unified security software. With its headquarters in Montreal, Canada, it has employees around the world. Their flagship product, Genetec Security Centre, is an cloud-ready, open architecture platform that can unify video surveillance, access control automatic license plate recognition (ALPR), communications, intrusion detection and analytics.
Paul Vander Plaeste, CEO of VuWall, spoke of his delight of the initiative. He said: “Genetec is widely recognized as a leader in unified security solutions also offering excellent business intelligence and operations software; making them the go-to platform for security applications. We are glad to see the power of our VuWall software with the cloud-based platforms from Genetec – providing a powerful, flexible and simple solution for total video control for security feeds.”
“Offering our security customers the ability to configure and manage their video wall through their Genetec Security Centre interface is a real value to the market,” said Jordan Jaumeau, Director, Development Partner Engagement Group at Genetec. “VuWall’s ability to adapt to specific requirements of control centres combined with the unified view of security information provided by Security Centre will allow our joint customers to become more efficient in their operations.”