Salient Systems' CompleteView VMS platform has been integrated with Scallop Imaging's panoramic camera line.
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AUSTIN, TX, December 5, 2012 - Salient Systems Corporation, a leader in video management systems is pleased to announce the integration of Scallop Imaging D7-180 camera with its CompleteView VMS platform. The D7-180 generates seven megapixel resolution across a panoramic, 180 degree field of view, and features H.264 compression and Power over Ethernet (PoE). Salient Systems CompleteView video surveillance system combines powerful features for IP networking and efficient management of bandwidth and storage. CompleteViews’ recording and video management enables automatic threat detection, instant verification, event review and effective investigation for multi-server, multi-site enterprise installations.
“Salient Systems and Scallop Imaging have worked closely to integrate our products to take advantage of Scallop Imaging’s unique distributed imaging technology. This sophisticated technology paired with Salient’s powerful VMS makes it easy for customers to store, manage, search, and analyze video events and to retrieve relevant, actionable information,” said Brian Carle, Director of Product Strategy for Salient Systems. “The combined solution offers the advantage of a VMS platform capable of transitioning from legacy analog cameras to the latest multi megapixel Scallop technology.”
“In response to strong end user demand, Scallop Imaging is pleased to announce the integration of our camera line with Salient’s versatile and user-friendly CompleteView VMS platform," said Peter Jones, President of Scallop Imaging. "The industry is demanding powerful and expandable VMS systems that can help with their migration from analog to IP in a mixed environment. Our patented distributed imaging technology, which offers both powerful analog and IP cameras with unsurpassed image quality over a 180 degree field of view, is a great fit with CompleteView. The Salient/Scallop Imaging partnership will offer customers dramatically enhanced video surveillance capabilities with fewer cameras and lower installation costs.”