Customers to benefit from seamless integration
Senstar is pleased to announce the addition of a world-class video analytics and management system to its portfolio. With the acquisition of Waterloo, Ontario-based Aimetis, a global leader in intelligent IP video management software, Senstar is poised to offer its customers even more options for securing critical assets and infrastructure.
Brian Rich, President of Senstar commented: “We are very excited to be offering an expanded portfolio of security products to the market. The Aimetis product offering complements that of Senstar, providing additional value for system integrators and customers all under one roof. Our customers can now enjoy our ‘one stop shop’ for outdoor sensors and integrated video assessment, as well as our ability to address new non-PIDS applications.”
Aimetis has created a scalable and easy to use platform that combines VMS with built-in analytics and centralized management. It can integrate with a wide variety of cameras. The ability to integrate with Senstar perimeter sensors will address the requirements of many markets including energy, transportation, corrections, military, health care, retail, and education.
Both companies will be exhibiting at ISC West in Las Vegas April 6 to 8. Senstar’s booth (7071) will feature a demonstration of Aimetis video management software integrated with a range of Senstar perimeter sensors. It will showcase how the combination of leading technologies can provide a complete security solution. Aimetis will be located at booth 28055.
About Senstar Corporation
Senstar, the trusted innovator safeguarding people, places and property, has been manufacturing, selling and supporting the world’s largest portfolio of perimeter intrusion detection sensor technologies for more than 30 years. Senstar is also a leading provider of life safety / emergency call solutions, as well as of a line of solutions that protect security networks against cyber threats and a cellular detection and location solution. Senstar’s products and solutions can be found around the world in more than 80 countries, in tens of thousands of sites including borders, ports, military and government, correctional facilities, and other critical sites.