Dutch authorities utilize IP VMS software

Aimetis Corp., a global leader in intelligent IP video surveillance software today announced that the shared service center for Dutch Police agencies, vts Police Netherlands (vtsPN), is showcasing Aimetis Symphony within the Multi Disciplinary Innovation Technology Center (M-Do-It) to demonstrate the effectiveness of intelligent video surveillance software to Dutch emergency and security agencies.

"The vtsPN have been testing Aimetis Symphony for more than six months and continue to be impressed with its functionality, scalability and reliability" says Evert Schut, Researcher, vtsPN "From the initial installation of the free 60-day trial, Aimetis Symphony has been easy to use. It is of particular benefit that the video surveillance software can be used with both new IP and existing analog cameras."

Aimetis Symphony is a future-proof, open IP video surveillance software platform. It provides a seamless migration path from analog CCTV to intelligent IP video surveillance by offering robust features for network video management and recording, integration and event management and industry leading video analytics algorithms within a single software platform.

Aimetis Symphony is recommended for evaluation to Dutch agencies when they are installing or upgrading a video surveillance system. Representatives from the regional police forces, fire brigades and paramedics are able to test the software in a real world setting to evaluate its effectiveness for their particular application.

"Aimetis Symphony always earns an enthusiastic reaction from those who have tested it and see its capabilities," adds Schut. "As a combined video management and video analytics product, it provides a very compelling solution for law enforcement and emergency response applications."

"Aimetis is extremely pleased to be the showcased intelligent video surveillance software for the vtsPN" says Marc Holtenhoff, CEO, Aimetis Corp. "Aimetis Symphony™ is being used around the globe for various crime prevention and investigation applications."

 

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