Edesix & Genetec Announced Integration Relationship
Edesix has announced its relationship agreement with Genetec.
The integration relationship will enable Edesix BWCs, and associated VideoManager software, to integrate seamlessly with Genetec Security Center, which will offer streamlined wearable security management, support and storage for city-wide surveillance and law enforcement.
Users of Security Center will be able to automatically view live video and audio captured on an Edesix VideoBadge bodyworn camera. Edesix’s Open API’s will also allow storage of high-definition video, either in VideoManager or Security Center, for maximum flexibility and control of storage. Features currently found within the Edesix solution, such as RFID touch-assign, video encryption and evidence sharing, will be accessible through the Genetec system, allowing for effective large-scale deployment and estate management.
Richie McBride, Managing Director at Edesix, commented: “Bodyworn video has become a key component within the security sector, providing a greater awareness and accountability of events for its users. However, we understand that a stand-alone system can be inefficient for larger security outfits, which is why we have worked closely with Genetec to integrate our bodyworn solution to Security Center.”
Christian Morin, Vice-President of Cloud Services at Genetec explained further: “With the emergence of bodyworn cameras, end-users will need to rely on a unified, open-architecture platform to manage, analyse and archive video data. Genetec Security Center offers seamless integration, encryption and management of security data with the Edesix VideoBadge, removing the multiple silos of data that the security and law enforcement sectors currently have to deal with.”
The VB-300 VideoBadge represents the first generation of WiFi-enabled VideoBadges from Edesix. With a 150-degree horizontal field of view, day & night recording capability and integrated pre-record function, VB-300 VideoBadges are able to record secure, unrivalled footage of incidents.