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Arteco, Paxton integrate

Arteco, the video event management software company, has integrated its product with Paxton’s networked access control system, Net2.

By integrating the Arteco Video Event Management Systems (VEMS) with Paxton’s access control platform through Arteco Open Connector, users can combine video and access control events, the manufacturers say. Paxton’s Net2 range devices are manageable within Arteco NEXT VEMS, enabling enables operators to control Paxton’s access control systems with video surveillance cameras, intrusion systems, video analytics and other integrated devices, from one central interface. Paxton offers central administration and control of sites ranging from one to hundreds of doors, and thousands of users.

Gareth O’Hara, Paxton’s Chief Sales Officer, said: “The ability to mirror events within the Arteco platform allows joint customers to streamline operations, reduce training costs and ensure productivity. At Paxton, we put our core values of simplicity and quality at the heart of everything we do, to answer the needs of the security market. Arteco is an ideal partner because of its open-platform video technologies and its focus on ensuring customers have access to advanced intelligence via an integrated security platform.”

Access control events, such as a door forced open, can be configured to generate an alarm with the Arteco VEMS, allowing operators to focus on the most critical and important information at any time.

And Giampaolo Sabbatani, CEO, Arteco, said: “The integration of access control and video surveillance is of critical importance to a wide range of organisations and therefore, we are focused on developing close partnerships with today’s most innovative access control providers. Our integration with Paxton allows us to provide customers with the ability to combine multiple data points into a single management platform to increase safety, security and intelligence.”


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