Now Panasonic Launches New Cloud CCTV Company
Posted by Security Electronics and Networks | @Articles News | September 5, 2013, 7:00am AEST
The establishment of the new company, Panasonic Cloud Management Services Europe B.V., is to spearhead its drive into the market for business cloud services. The new company is formed from CameraManager.com, acquired by Panasonic this July, a leading European cloud video surveillance provider based in the Netherlands.
In addition to supporting the wide range of Panasonic and 3rd party CCTV cameras that it does now, Panasonic Cloud Management Services Europe will be expanding its cloud monitoring services into three important new markets: SMB, SOHO and home residential. It’s impossible not to see this service, or something very similar, reaching Australia. It’s a move that gives a strong sense of where Panasonic’s thinking is right now.
The new cloud CCTV service will allow small business owners and also individuals to monitor anything from a single asset all the way up to a chain of shops or different business premises, from any mobile device with access to a browser or by means of Cameramanager App, available for smartphones and tablets.
Using this service, customers can simply select how many cameras they wish to connect, at what resolution and for how long they wish to keep the recordings safely in the cloud.
Cameramanager service is already available across Europe through key selected partners and it will be soon expanded across wider region supported by the approved network of Panasonic security systems integrators and resellers.
“Panasonic is proud to be able to provide small company owners and residential property owners the peace of mind and key benefits of video surveillance traditionally enjoyed by large companies, all for an affordable monthly price,” said Masaki Arizono, managing director of Panasonic System Communications Europe.
“This combines the advanced features of Panasonic IP-based CCTV cameras with the surveillance capabilities of the Cameramanager cloud service.”