OpenEye Announces Integration with DMP Virtual Keypad

Aug 15, 2018

Liberty Lake, WASH. - August 15, 2018 - OpenEye, a leading provider of cloud managed video surveillance solutions, announces the integration of the OpenEye Web Services platform with the DMP Virtual Keypad App and virtualkeypad.com. The integration with Virtual Keypad gives customers the ability to view the cameras connected to their OpenEye recorders through DMP 's Virtual Keypad Access or the Virtual Keypad app.

Earlier this year, OpenEye integrated with DMP XR Series (XT Series integration coming soon) intrusion and access control panels that enabled panel events to be sent to OpenEye Web Services. That integration enables users to receive a video push alert from OpenEye Web Services whenever a DMP control panel event occurs. OpenEye Web Service users can easily retrieve video from associated cameras by searching for DMP control panel events in the Apex thin client or Command Station desktop software. "OpenEye has proven to be a great partner to work with," says Mark Hillenburg, executive director of Marketing for DMP. "Dealers should look for more announcements on additional video capabilities coming soon."

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Check your cameras in the Virtual Keypad app


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About OpenEye
OpenEye is an innovator in the design and development of cloud-centric software solutions for video management, business intelligence, and loss prevention. All OpenEye Web Services platform software is developed in Liberty Lake, Washington and many of OpenEye's products are made in America. For the most recent news releases: OpenEye News & Events

About DMP
DMP is a family-owned manufacturer of electronic burg/fire/access products. Since 1975 we have designed, built, distributed & supported those products from our headquarters in Springfield, MO. We sell directly to preferred alarm companies who are passionate about providing life-safety and peace-of-mind and focused on recurring monthly revenue.


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