ScanSource will distribute Oncam’s leading suite of 360° video surveillance solutions, effectively extending the reach of its technologies in the security market.
LONDON — Oncam, a manufacturer of single-sensor 360° fisheye cameras and video surveillance technology, announces a strategic distribution agreement with ScanSource.
Under the partnership, ScanSource will distribute Oncam’s leading suite of 360° video surveillance solutions, effectively extending the reach of Oncam’s technologies into the security market, according to the company.
“We are delighted to add Oncam’s portfolio of 360° video cameras to our current suite of services and solutions,” said Tony Sorrentino, president of ScanSource. “The addition of Oncam’s product offerings will allow ScanSource to provide a wider range of comprehensive solutions to our partners.”
Oncam claims that its C-series cameras are the most advanced and flexible cameras of their kind on the market. Powered by the Qualcomm Vision Intelligence Platform, which covers a full range of system-on-chips (SoCs) designed to run compute-intensive workloads at the network edge, the C-Series is meant to deliver the necessary features and technology for the next generation of fisheye cameras.
Multi-mode functionality allows users to choose from five different views and stream up to four of them simultaneously, whether an operator needs a 360° camera, a panoramic camera or corrected views.
Oncam says being able to offer this level of versatility from the same camera ensures that users can support a variety of cases while partners have access to easier setup, ordering and storage processes.
“By offering Oncam’s video innovations, ScanSource partners gain access to solutions with the functionality, flexibility and reliability essential for mission-critical video applications,” said Scott Brothers, COO, Oncam. “We are delighted to have the opportunity to work with ScanSource to address these key customer requirements and look forward to working closely with them to bring the benefits of 360 video to a wider audience.”