The Eagle Eye Networks VSaaS and CONXTD risk management and monitoring solution enables security managers to do their jobs faster and more efficiently, improving security, reducing false alarms, and eliminating the need for multiple applications
Eagle Eye Networks, the global leader in cloud video surveillance, and CONXTD, an innovative security management solution provider, have announced a unified solution that solves the disconnect between video surveillance and intrusion (burglar) alarm systems. The integration creates a platform where Eagle Eye Networks’ market-leading VSaaS solution brings video verification, live video, and cloud storage to CONXTD’s risk management and monitoring solution. This platform allows security managers to manage sites, collaborate with their teams, and view real-time reports and notifications.
“Eagle Eye Networks and CONXTD share a vision, which includes making security easier and more accessible for users,” said Rishi Lodhia, Managing Director of Eagle Eye Networks. “Our open API (application processing interface) platform offers endless possibilities and makes it feasible to transform your video surveillance system into an even more powerful tool. It creates a great partnership from which our joint customers experience exceptional value.”
Users can configure CONXTD to access video in the Eagle Eye platform when an event is received from an alarm system. For example, the user may want to monitor video when a door access event or burglar alarm occurs. In addition to enhancing security, the system also reduces false alarms.
“Our end users want to easily manage the performance and security of their premises. In the past, this would be a complex and time-consuming process, requiring the security team to use different manufacturers’ receivers and applications,” said Chris Carter-Brennan, Founder and CEO of CONXTD. “By integrating with Eagle Eye’s open, secure API, we’ve created a platform for integrators who install and maintain security solutions without the need for multiple apps, receivers, or special software.”