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Users of the Wavestore video management system (VMS) can now have integration with video entry systems from Castel. The VMS has been integrated with Castel’s open protocol Xellip2 IP video intercom, to provide users with control and management.
The ONVIF-compatible Xellip 2, pictured, features a new wide-angle HD camera with 1200 x 800 resolution. Featuring a contemporary design with backlit and flushed nameplates, the Xellip2 has two output relays and two inputs for third-party integration, as well as two Ethernet ports (1x PoE and an additional one for serial/bus architecture type and loopback).
The product offers echo and noise cancellation, an induction loop for complying with anti-disability discrimination law, audio feedback and call status LEDs, power back-up, web browser and the ability to record audio and video.
Atmane Bensghir, Business Development Manager at Castel says: “This integration with Wavestore’s VMS puts users in the driving seat, enabling them to control and manage their video entry and other security systems using a single interface. Using ONVIF-compatible cameras and open protocols, we are able – together with Wavestore – to offer users a seamless experience and intuitive control.”
James Smith, Managing Director of Wavestore said: “Innovation is at the core of what we do and we are pleased to work closely with technology partners such as Castel to help end-users unlock the potential of their integrated security solutions. Our VMS is equipped with a vast number of innovative features, many of which are unique to us, and which deliver real-world advantages to our customers. Wavestore is easy to operate and by combining video and audio, as well as metadata from third-party solution providers such as Castel, it is able to assist operators to respond rapidly to incidents as they happen, or through forensic examination after the fact, using our highly-acclaimed search and review functionality.”