Ocularis: OnSSI's IP Video Surveillance Solution

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Ocularis, OnSSI's flagship IP video surveillance and security platform, is a comprehensive video management system that combines powerful network video recorders (NVRs) with physical security information management (PSIM) functionality.

Ocularis represents the latest evolution in IP video surveillance and security. As an integrated video and event management platform, it includes a full-fledged video management system (VMS) for streaming, recording and managing an unlimited number of cameras at multiple sites.

Ocularis' straightforward workflow provides a collaborative environment in which video and alerts from across the organization are converted into meaningful events, for efficient shared handling and building a video-evidence case file.

Ocularis is offered in five feature sets to meet the video surveillance needs of organizations of all sizes and structures. All feature sets have 64-bit architecture for optimized performance: 

Ocularis PS: A scalable video management system (VMS) for single or multisite installations.

Ocularis IS: Active monitoring, alert management and integration with access control, video analytics, and other 3rd party systems.

Ocularis CS: Adds capabilities for large organizations including Video Wall and Opensight.

Ocularis LS: Adds edge recording support.

Ocularis ES: Adds robust, centralized recorder management capabilities, and adds IT-centric enhancements.

From single location retail outlets or schools to multiple-site, complex municipal and enterprise installations, you'll find an Ocularis feature set that meets your video surveillance needs.   

Choose the Ocularis Feature Set that’s Right for You
  • “We chose OnSSI because of its ease of interoperability and ease of configuration. Also, the ability to browse and search the video is important to our campus police department.”

    -Chip Greene, Senior Network Specialist, University Of Richmond