Vemotion has announced a strategic alliance with Synectics to integrate its video and streaming solutions with the Synergy command and control platform. Synectics and Vemotion first came together on a project for Wakefield Council and it became clear to both parties that it would make a lot of sense to integrate their products to the mutual advantage of both.
Stewart McCone, CEO of Vemotion said: “Integration with Synergy allowed Wakefield Council to benefit from the best of both worlds in terms of our wireless know-how and Synectics platform. Such partnerships are very much the future of CCTV and we are looking forward to working with Synectics on several new projects.”
Wakefield council is one of the first to benefit from the collaboration, which identified hot spot areas not covered by the existing fibre network and used Vemotion to facilitate wireless rapid deployment in these target locations, with transmissions feeding directly into the Synergy platform.
“We know how important flexibility and interoperability are to our customers and are pleased to add integration with Vemotion’s cellular technology to our portfolio,” said David Aindow, Product and Technology Director at Synectics. “Re-deployable cameras that can be moved to address ‘hot spot’ problem areas are increasingly viable solutions, as is the ability to view footage from remote locations and mobile deployments.”
Pictured (L-R): Stewart McCone, Vemotion CEO; Eleanor Redfern, Synectics Sales Office Manager; and David Aindow, Product & Technology Director for Synectics