PlaSec announces integration with Exacq Technologies

Partnership centers on integration with the exacqVision line of digital video servers


ASIS, Dallas, TX, October 12, 2010 – PlaSec today announced the integration of its PlaSec Access Appliance Product Family with the exacqVision line of digital video servers from Exacq Technologies, thus expanding the portfolio offering of the world’s first PhysiLogical access control system. The integration offering is available with the newly launched PlaSec Access Appliance 2.5 being debuted at the ASIS 56th Annual Seminars and Exhibits in Dallas, TX.

"We are proud to have partnered with Exacq Technologies," stated Terry Neely, President of PlaSec, "Exacq is a leading developer of open architecture, Video Management System solutions for security and surveillance applications. Their open vision and cultural philosophies are closely aligned with where we see the market evolving. We believe this integration offers a perfect fit for system users looking to marry Access and Video in an open, end to end, Linux environment with a true browser based architecture."

"PlaSec’s philosophy of delivering unique Linux based solutions deployed on a browser based architecture greatly aligns with our vision of developing open-source solutions," states Tom Buckley, Director of Sales and Marketing for Exacq Technologies, "The recent integration to our exacqVision line of digital video servers greatly enhances the value to our common customers who desire to take advantage of the inherent synergies an integrated access control and video management solution such as this offers."

PlaSec’s digital video integration integrates the exacqVision line of digital video servers with the Monitoring component of the PlaSec Access Appliance. Functionality includes:

1. Any alarm or event in the PlaSec System can be associated with a digital video clip from an exacqVision server
2. PTZ control of cameras from PlaSec Monitoring
3. View live or recorded video from an exacqVision Server inside PlaSec Monitoring
4. Multi-Camera device association that allows multiple cameras to be assigned to a single access component, such as a door
5. Advanced playback control
6. Matrix view for camera display

PlaSec Access Appliance 2.5, including the integration with exacqVision digital video servers, will be commercially available through PlaSec’s network of Value Added Resellers with a projected ship date in late October.