OpenEye + Connect ONE



Connect ONE by Connected Technologies is a cloud-hosted integrated security management platform which provides a single user interface to control intrusion, access control, critical environmental monitoring, energy management and video surveillance

Connect ONE -> OpenEye Web Services

This integration allows Connect ONE to connect through the OpenEye Web Services cloud portal to access video from OpenEye recorders for use in live monitoring and video verification.

What you get
  • Direct cloud connection between the OWS and Connect ONE platforms
  • Support for OWS Web Connect functionality
  • Transmission of live and recorded video from OWS to Connect ONE
  • Review a 10-second Pre-Event and up to 45-second Post-Event video clip
  • Save snapshot upon an event from the Intrusion/Access System for video verification

Connect ONE Cloud Integation Puzzle

Integration Highlights

Native Video Interface

View live or archived video from OWS recorders directly in the Connect ONE application.

Simplified Connectivity

Use a single user interface to control intrusion, access control, critical environmental monitoring, energy management and video surveillance.

Video Verification of Alarms and Events

This OWS integration enables both live and retrospective video verification of alarms and events through the Connect ONE application.


Integration Overview

OpenEye Web Services - Connect ONE Integration Diagram

Most integrations between monitoring software and video systems rely on port forwarding, DDNS, VPN access, or open inbound ports on the network firewall to facilitate remote connectivity. Changes to an end-user's network can easily result in lost connectivity.

OpenEye Web Services eliminates this complex and potentially unreliable network setup by using Web Connect to establish a trusted outbound connection from the onsite recorder. Connect ONE places connection requests through the OWS cloud portal and Web Connect completes the connection to serve up video every time.

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