Dahua Announces Integration with Paxton Net2 Access Control

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HANGZHOU, CHINA/June 6, 2016 — Dahua Technology, a world-leading manufacturer of video surveillance products, today announced the integration of its network video recorders, digital video recorders and HDCVI digital video recorders on offer, with the UK market leader of electronic IP access control and door entry solutions, Paxton. The integration will provide a user-friendly interface to manage building security more easily.

 

This seamless integration allows for the easy configuration of Dahua Network Video Recorder (NVR) and Digital Video Recorders (DVR) with access control. Cameras can be associated to individual doors, enabling users to monitor video associated to access events. This provides a more comprehensive service for users, enabling them to take necessary actions both in real-time and post-events.

 

“The integration provides significant benefits for both Dahua and Paxton customers. It offers an easy way to identify and detect suspicious activities, resulting in simple and effective management work.” said Denny Wang, Dahua’s Sales Director for UK & Ireland.


“At Paxton, we encourage original thought. We develop innovative solutions that represent the company’s ethos of simplicity and quality, whilst answering the needs of the security market,” said Gareth O’Hara, Paxton’s Sales and Marketing Director. “It’s a pleasure to be working with Dahua, a company who place as much importance as we do on innovation, to offer installers a solution they have been asking for.”

 

About Paxton
Paxton provides industry-leading access control systems which meet the challenges and trends of the security market. With over 30 years’ experience, the company offer engineering excellence, creating simple, yet intelligent and innovative products with simplicity designed in, ensuring they are straightforward to install, use and maintain.Net2 is the UK’s most popular access control solution, with more than 150 additional buildings being fitted out with it every week. The security system offers centralised administration and control of sites ranging from one to hundreds of doors, and thousands of users.