The Time and Security Division of Amano Cincinnati, Inc. today announced the integration of leading video management software into Amano’s totally integrated ‘people movement and tracking’ system for both Amano’s enterprise and mid range Time and Security solutions.
Amano has expanded its branded video surveillance processing software. This integration further establishes Amano as the first provider of a solution that integrates Time and Attendance, including Payroll and Costing interfaces, with Access Control, including biometric-enabled technologies, with video recording and processing using analog and IP cameras and digital video recorders. From Amano’s economic access control solutions you can even integrate with Amano’s world-class parking solutions providing time and security processing from arrival, through access, internal movement, and departure.
Amano provides integrated video surveillance for mid-sized and enterprise requirements on PC standalone and networked options. Amano’s enterprise version supports up to 5,000 analog or IP cameras. All cameras can be managed on a single system, independent of location. Both solutions offer powerful search tools for rapid incident tracking with excellent megapixel processing delivering outstanding detail, especially when recording from IP cameras. Combined with very flexible video analytics, this offers a robust video security solution. Combined with the option to integrate time and attendance, payroll interfaces, and integrated access control and parking systems, Amano offers powerful, economic solutions for mid-sized businesses and enterprises.
Alan Poulton, President of Amano’s Time and Security Division, says: “This integration allows our Customers and Dealers to install complete ‘arrival to exit’ monitoring and tracking of people and asset movements. Our team has an excellent record for providing reliable, well supported, installations in banking, casino, commercial, convenience and gas, education, local government (especially court houses), manufacturing and petro-chemical environments.”
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