Security Centre SaaS from Genetec with enterprise-class functions

April 16, 2024

New offering supports direct-to-cloud workflows with devices from Axis, Bosch, Hanwha and i-PRO. The new Genetec Cloudlink product range enables existing access control and video surveillance devices to be connected to the cloud

Genetec Inc, a l provider for unified security management, public safety, operations and business intelligence, introduces the specifics of its new SaaS solution Security Center SaaS: This gives companies the freedom of choice to connect door controllers, cameras and other relevant devices.

Security Center SaaS is based on an open platform architecture and enables organisations to connect directly to the latest cameras from Axis, Bosch, Hanwha and i-PRO. Security Center SaaS also brings organisations’ existing access control and camera hardware to the cloud via the new range of Genetec Cloudlink™ appliances, maximising existing infrastructure investments.

Direct-to-Cloud for Axis, Bosch, Hanwha and i-PRO devices

Security Centre SaaS uses an open portfolio of cameras from various manufacturers. It also takes advantage of the newly announced Axis Cloud Connect solution and the existing Axis Powered by Genetec network door controller. Security Centre SaaS enables customers to securely connect, register and manage Axis devices with multiple deployment options, including direct streaming of video, metadata and access control data from the devices to the cloud.

The latest cameras from Bosch integrate seamlessly with Genetec Security Centre SaaS. With firmware version 9.21, which will be released later this year, Bosch will offer camera configuration and video viewing capabilities in the Security Center SaaS platform via direct cloud connections.

Hanwha Vision’s Q-Series cameras will be fully compatible with Security Centre SaaS. Over time, Hanwha Vision will expand support for Security Center SaaS across its product range to enhance its integrated systems.

i-PRO will make as many existing camera models as possible compatible with Genetec’s new solution via an app-based approach. Users of AI-enabled i-PRO cameras can simply install an application on the camera to gain direct access to Genetec™ Security Centre SaaS.

Devices managed in the cloud with Genetec Cloudlink™

“The Genetec Cloudlink product range includes cloud-managed appliances. It enables companies to modernise their security infrastructure and benefit from new features. The new appliance portfolio facilitates the migration of security systems to a modern hybrid cloud architecture while maximising existing security investments,” says Christian Morin, Vice President of Product Engineering at Genetec Inc.

Genetec Cloudlink™ 310 is the new generation of cloud-managed appliances that moves processing and storage to the edge with a secure, Linux-based operating system and remote deployment and management capabilities. The appliances are easy to set up, deploy and maintain. With Genetec Cloudlink 310, organisations benefit from the cloud for easy connectivity and scalability while leveraging the video management capabilities of Security Center SaaS.

With Synergis™ Cloud Link, customers can easily integrate their existing or new HID Mercury-based access control infrastructure into a cloud or hybrid implementation.

Integrate implementation.

As part of the Genetec Cloudlink product range, Synergis Cloud Link is designed for the latest access control technology and provides authenticated communication between hardware and cloud. This paves a secure path to an open Access Control as a Service (ACaaS) solution that gives customers choice and adapts to their needs for years to come.

Security Center SaaS is now available to order in all regions and will be delivered from 30 May 2024. Certified Genetec channel partners interested in early access to Security Centre SaaS can contact their Genetec representative for more information. Further information can be found here:

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