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Enhance Your Building's Security with Niagara Video
Bring video data into your Niagara workflow with Niagara’s HTML5 Video Integration. You can view video streams associated with alarms directly from the Niagara alarm console, and you can add video links to your system graphics to enhance building intelligence. Our video integration capabilities now make it easy to add VMD (Video Motion Detection) data to the logic you are designing for lighting, security and occupancy controls and to add video data to your space utilization studies. Our drivers support both manual and automatic PTZ (pan, tilt and zoom) controls and with Niagara Video HTML5 video streaming in combination with Niagara 4 graphical UI, users can access video streaming from their mobile devices.
In short, you can incorporate all the various data types from the video systems, access control systems and audio systems associated with your buildings’ physical security systems and other infrastructure to glean more insight and enhance your building performance analytics efforts.
Check out the video-specific Niagara data sheets linked to below or the full Niagara 4 drivers library which now includes Milestone XProtect® Professional, Professional+ and Corporate NVR and Axis® camera drivers.
Niagara Video Integration - Key Features
- Integrated Alarm Console: View video associated with alarms directly from the Niagara Alarm console. View video that occurred at the time of the event, live video, and pre-alarm video. When seconds matter, it’s important to retrieve relevant information quickly.
- Data Overlay: A video can be better than a graphic for putting live data into context. Display live data as an overlay on your video such as temperatures and Indoor air quality. Make high-risk spaces safer with ‘impossible-to-misinterpret’ live video data.
- Video Motion: Enhance security and safety by using video motion detection to turn on lights, notify security staff, and monitor a situation.
- Mobile Accessibility: Video streams can be viewed on mobile devices via industry-standard browsers.