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Security vendor, Verkada, and ASD® are partnering to bring clients high-end and scalable cloud-based physical security solutions. Together we’ll help organizations across the United States keep their facilities safe and secure with reliable enterprise systems.
Verkada brings the ease of use that consumer security systems provide, with the scalability, encryption, and reliability that businesses require. Their suite of enterprise products includes security cameras, access control systems, and IoT sensors.
Their web-based platform, Command, makes it easy to manage your system from a single platform, on any device. You can monitor all of your locations, devices, and users from anywhere in the world through the user-friendly interface.
They have environmental sensors that monitor and detect changes happening across your facilities and provide meaningful data-driven insights. These sensors monitor air quality index, temperature, humidity, noise, smoking, vaping, and more.
The Verkada system is incredibly powerful, but some of the more noteworthy features include:
- License plate recognition
- Works with existing door hardware and readers
- 10-year warranty on all hardware
- Seamlessly integrate access control and video surveillance
- AI-powered analytics
- Smart search filters (face search, motion search, vehicle search, etc.)
- Proactive system alerts
- Automatic system updates
- Low bandwidth
- End-to-end encryption
- Share live camera footage links with authorized users
ASD® is excited to offer this new line of physical security products for our clients. Our team of experienced engineers and project managers are ready to help you design, install, and integrate a reliable security system. If you’re interested in Verkada for your organization, fill out the Contact Us form below.
Verkada builds high-end hardware on an intuitive, cloud-based software platform, so modern enterprises are able to run safer, smarter buildings across all of their locations. Two years ago, their first mature cameras entered the enterprise market. Today their cameras record more video each day than gets uploaded to YouTube.