Inception by Inner Range and Iprotect by Keyprocessor.
Completely forgot about Avigilon & S2 - nice one!
IPVMU Certified | 09/18/17 01:52pm
Platforms that use installed clients often offer a browser based interface too. Lenel OnGuard is an example.
However, those web clients do not always offer the same functionality as installed clients.
So I'd recommend defining what features you need to have/ install restrictions of the web client, so replies here are not just random platform suggestions.
IPVMU Certified | 09/18/17 02:29pm
Building on Brian's post, another thing to be sure to pay attention to with any 'Mobile/Web application' for is where all the number crunching happens for any video and/or analytics that may be involved.
I have seen folks install 'everything' on a server then wonder why the system struggles when they were viewing video on a tablet or phone via the web app. The reason was that all the video trans-coding was being done on the server.
Some VMSs allow you to have a separate system for handling the mobile/web functions, which will allow you to push that task off the recording server and allow for all the recorded video to not get lost.
S2 Security, we were one of the first, if not the first, in browser-based SMS systems. www.s2sys.com
IPVMU Certified | 09/25/17 03:33pm
S2 security has been a very effective web based platform however integrated video uses silverlight which isn't compatible on chrome or mobile, so you have to use the apps to view video on mobile. Works better that way anyway as it really is to much on one little screen.
IPVMU Certified | 09/26/17 12:44pm
On the ZK access system, the software has to be installed on one device, then any other PC can access that device via a browser.
ICT WX has also embedded browser-based access and intrusion system. Supports up to 128 doors and 512 inputs.
Comnet/Vanderbilt - Blue and Lite Blue
Comnet/Vanderbilt - Blue and Lite Blue
Hartmann Controls Protector.Net system
BluB0X Security Inc. knowledge.blub0x.com
Protection One / ADT
Any cloud based system will also be browser based. However, not all systems that run on browsers are cloud based. Of course, this is always changing with product updates and technology advances. Keep in mind that some manufacturers claim that they have a browser solution when it's really a "thin client" with limited feature sets that can run on a browser.
When selecting a system, consider things like current and future needs, local and Internet availability/stability, and integration needs.
In addition to S2 mentioned, systems such as Brivo, RS2, Feenics, BLUEB0X, Linear, and Honeywell's NetAXS are options for browser based systems.
They have both a Cloud based and a Server based solution.
Their products are IP based.
TruPortal by Interlogix has a great browser based access control platform. It even uses Bluetooth readers now as well. The interface for the browser and the app are better than any security app I have ever seen and is extremely easy to use.
Picture Perfect, but it is of course on it's way out.
Kantech? I am also looking for Web Based Embedded Serverless solution, but I thought Kantech requires Host software named Entrapass. Am I mistaken about this? If so, which controller?
Mircom TX3-CX with the IP module.
Impro Systems Access Portal
3xLogic Infinias - http://www.infinias.com/products/access-control
Just following on from the this, does anyone know if Sateon is "End of Life"?
Thanks for coming back to me Brian. There is some talk of it being EoL but it's trying to pin down the truth and it's not something that is usually shouted from the roof tops. We see it it being ripped out across a number of projects now - so its just understanding what the impetus is.
I've worked with Truportal and ACT365, soon i'll get some first hand experience with Salto KS.
ACT365 would be my go-to for browser based at the moment. It's cheap, the hardware is reliable and the interface is good.
It's not cutting edge on reader technology, omitting Bluetooth and osdp(May have changed recently though) but it offers great value.
Disclaimer: I used to do tech support for ACT365, but i dont anymore. I try to offer an unbiased view still.
The Axis A1001 does 2 doors per system, and is POE-powered. I used 4 of them for an 8-door system and they worked great, accessed by Chrome. I cannot vouch for them working in a large scale deployment, but they worked well, and had a solid set of features. Several sw platforms integrate the A1001s into their offerings, so I assume that would be the direction to go for a large deployment. We used Chrome from both PC and Mac to access the system.
TDSi is another one to consider.
Be aware that the Sateon system will be going 'end of life' in the fairly near future and is being replaced with the Janus C4 system. Note that where Sateon is compatible with Janus C3, the C4 system is not compatible with either.
PDK is browser based as it’s a cloud based system. Easy to use and plenty of installation options. Low cost on the rmr compared to others.