Video management systems (also known as VMS) are an integral part of any industry. Deployed cameras serve as an extra set of eyes to monitor high traffic areas with lots of activity and remote locations that are difficult to keep tabs on. A VMS is a powerful tool that gives users another layer of insight by enhancing real-time understanding.

Milestone is a VMS that serves as a foundational component in building a strong security infrastructure. Investing in VMS technology increases awareness in those places the cameras are installed, whether it be bustling city streets or quieter residential areas. Additionally, Milestone’s capability to integrate easily with a range of third-party applications makes it possible for users to adopt their VMS without upending their current systems.

With Milestone, users also have the ability to monitor their video feeds in real-time and can review stored video for historical analysis. Security can reevaluate historic data from different perspectives to unlock information that could be valuable and use the opportunity to collaborate with teams. In any situation, a VMS is crucial to identify problems as they surface and resolve issues by providing a way to analyze recorded footage.

Users benefit from seeing live video in context of other real-time data feeds such as weather, traffic, and transportation for a more immersive and complete understanding of the moving parts around their operations. Milestone integrates with Live Earth—a real-time IoT visualization platform that comes ready to use with data overlays—to meet customers’ needs for an enhanced view that incorporates live video and data streams onto a single platform.

Live Earth seamlessly correlates live and historical video from Milestone and synchronizes it alongside additional data to enhance a user’s situational awareness and provide actionable insights.

To learn more about How Live Earth Works With Milestone, head on over to our Technology Partner page.

Live Earth is a proud Sponsor of the Milestone Integration Platform Symposium 2019.

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