Honeywell has launched an enhanced version of the Honeywell Digital Video Manager (DVM).
The Honeywell DVM offers smarter security and surveillance capabilities for complex building environments in the Middle East. The new release enables organisations in the region to more easily secure large-scale security operations with features that improve operator efficiency and situational awareness for faster incident identification and resolution, and power more accurate and reliable security operations.
Honeywell says the new system is suitable for airports, correctional facilities, hospitals, higher education campuses and smart cities.
It features an enhanced user interface and includes major updates to how operators can capture, access and manage live and recorded video, reliably and efficiently.
“As buildings in the Middle East become smarter and more connected, security operations must follow suit. This can be a tall order, however, when you consider the scope and size of today’s connected organisations in the region — and the number of cameras and other endpoints personnel must manage,” Honeywell Building Solutions regional general manager Philipose Jacob.
DVM R620 also supports open standards like the Open Network Video Interface Forum (ONVIF) standard, driving deeper levels of interoperability and connectivity so organisations can more easily integrate an even wider range of video cameras and third-party systems like analytics as they adapt to changing security threats.