ZKAccess integrates biometric security platform with C2P video surveillance solutions

January 20, 2017 - 

ZKAccess has integrated its ZKBioSecurity web-based biometric security platform with C2P (ConvergenceTP, Inc) video event management software.

The C2P integration enables customers using a single interface to search and report on ZKBioSecurity access events which are time synchronized with VMS surveillance video.  

The solution currently supports VMS integrations including OnSSI, Milestone and Mirasys, with more to follow later this year.

The ZKTeco-developed ZKBioSecurity includes four integrated modules: access control, video linkage, elevator control and visitor management.

Designed for high level biometric identification, ZKBioSecurity offers a range of features including a web-based administration and monitoring software for C3 and inBio controllers, advanced access control functions, global anti-passback and linkage, video integration with third party device, automatic data backup, user-defined real-time alarms and events alerts, text–to-video search engine, system log monitoring system, and support for ZKTeco access panels and select standalone terminals.

ZKAccess CEO Larry Reed said that system integration is essential to improving organizational efficiencies and thereby lowering operational costs.

“By providing our customers a single user interface in which they can search for time-synchronized door access and video events, we can reduce our customers’ valuable time spent analyzing security breaches,” Reed said. “The simplicity of our ZKBioSecurity platform is that after customers complete its setup, they seldom need to touch our software again.

“If the customer later wishes to analyze a suspected security breach, the C2P database contains all the customer’s door access time stamps and video recording. Our customers will find using C2P to be a huge time-saver, simple to use and extremely cost-effective.”

Earlier this week, ZKAccess announced it integrated its biometric access control platform with Arteco video event management software.

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