I-View Now integrates security system signals, video sources, cloud applications, and internet connected devices (IOT) into their cloud platform with the objective for giving end users, operators, and authorized emergency responders better information to prioritize their resources.I-View Now -> OpenEye Web Services
This integration allows I-View Now to connect through the OpenEye Web Services cloud portal to access video, sensor, motion and health data from OpenEye recorders for use in live monitoring and video verification.What you get
- Direct cloud connection between the OWS and I-View Now platforms
- Support for OWS Web Connect functionality
- Transmission of live and recorded video from OWS to I-View Now
- Transmission of recorder health alerts from OWS to I-View Now
- Transmission of recorder motion alerts from OWS to I-View Now
- Transmission of sensor motion alerts from OWS to I-View Now
Cloud connection method reduces complexity while improving reliability.
I-View Now Ready
This deep integration includes the key functions expected from I-View Now Ready products.
Receive OpenEye Web Services health alert notices directly in I-View Now.
Native Video Interface
View video from OWS compatible recorders directly in the I-View Now central station application.
I-View Now establishes the connection to recorders through OpenEye Web Services’ Web Connect technology, improving connection reliability and eliminating the need to manually enter or update connection settings.
Video Verification of Alarms and Virtual Guard Tours
This OWS integration enables the delivery of video verification and virtual guard tour services from all I-View Now compatible central stations. The I-View Now platform supports central station automation software from Bold Technologies, Dice, Generations, IBS, MASterMind, MKS, SGS, SIMS, and SIS.
Legacy integrations rely on port forwarding, DDNS, and open inbound ports on the network firewall to facilitate remote client connectivity. Changes to an end-user’s network can result in lost connectivity.
OWS connects using a trusted outbound connection from the onsite recorder. No port forwarding, DDNS, VPN access, or open inbound ports on the network firewall are required. Changes to an end-user’s network do not affect connectivity.