Eagle Eye Networks and IONODES are partnering on the integration of Secure Display Stations with the Eagle Eye Cloud VMS, to deliver Eagle Eye Cloud VMS users seamless live video wall displays, spot monitors, and public view monitors with a greater number of configuration options and features than previously available.
IONODES Secure Display Stations have been designed to promote more secure environments by making live video more pervasive, while Eagle Eye’s Cloud VMS provides 100% cloud management, 100% mobile or web browser viewing, cloud video recording, and some local display options.
The IONODES display appliance accesses video streams directly from the cameras providing low latency live viewing and many more local display options.
IONODES Secure Display Stations
These display stations allow live video to be displayed at Eagle Eye sites directly across the local area network (LAN).
Integration with Eagle Eye allows the Secure Display Station to easily detect cameras on the LAN and display them locally, increasing available bandwidth on the internet connection to the cloud for recorded video.
Secure Display Stations
Secure Display Stations have been designed to use live video monitoring to promote more secure environments.
The Eagle Eye Cloud VMS is a cloud security camera system which provides 100% cloud management, 100% mobile and web browser viewing, and cloud recording.
Users can now display live video from their site on a variety of digital monitors without the cost, complexity and security risk of a client workstation.
The ION-R100S and ION-R200 Secure Display Stations can display up to 32 IP video streams, on one or two HD monitors, which can be managed directly through the Eagle Eye Cloud VMS.
“The integration between Eagle Eye and IONODES delivers customers a much more complete local display solution that can support large numbers of monitors at very reasonable costs,” explained Dean Drako, CEO of Eagle Eye Networks.
“Customers still get the benefits of cloud management and cloud recording, but can now have large video walls if they need.”
IONODES Secure Display Stations limit cyber security threats and cannot be tampered with by general staff or the public, ensuring that video is delivered reliably, securely and efficiently, around the clock.
“IONODES is committed to using video display to increase safety through awarenes,” added Eric Tasso CEO of IONODES.
“This integration gives Eagle Eye Cloud VMS customers another means to dynamically display live video at their facilities and enhance safety and improve business processes.”
Eagle Eye Networks delivers the Eagle Eye Cloud VMS for cloud video surveillance across the Americas, Europe, and Asia, for a cloud-based security camera solution that reduces total cost of ownership (TCO), provides redundancy and encrypted video surveillance while eliminating the complexity of conventional on-premise computing devices, and includes comprehensive cyber security.
(Learn More. A California-based police department wanted to capture and store the conversations that took place in their five interrogation and interview rooms, so they could go review and share the conversation when pertinent. They also wanted cloud-based storage so as to protect their data from theft and tampering, and also to save much needed space, costs, and upkeep that onsite servers necessitate. The department selected to license Eagle Eye Contract Vault as it met these needs. Department personnel can access the video from anywhere, assign permissions to appropriate parties, and share with external stakeholders when appropriate. The department maintains countless interviews and also chose Eagle Eye given the ability to filter and search for a single interview in only seconds. Eagle Eye completed the install of the system and works in partnership with the department to manage upgrades to the system remotely. Courtesy of Eagle Eye Networks and YouTube. Posted on Sep 27, 2018.)