CHARLOTTE, N.C.— Snap One, a manufacturer and distributor of A/V, security, control, networking, and remote management products, will be showcasing several of its brands’ security products at the ESX show from June 5–8 in Louisville, Ken.
That core lineup includes Clare Controls, ClareVision cameras, Luma X20 cameras, Araknis switches and indoor access points, Wattbox, and OvrC Pro. These solutions can be seen in the Snap One Booth #107 at the show
This year, Snap One also invites ESX attendees to register for the OvrC training session, “OvrC Remote Management: Drive Business, Not Truck Rolls,” on Tuesday, June 6, from 10:15-11:15 a.m. EST. This training will show integrators how they can leverage OvrC with various networking and security products to offer customers better support in real-time. The session will also show how OvrC simultaneously decreases service calls and truck rolls while creating RMR opportunities, bolstering a Partner’s bottom line.
“As the industry continues to trend towards software investments, our training session at ESX this year is designed to show Partners how the latest software can help their businesses operate more effectively,” comments Clint Choate, director, security market, Snap One.
“We’re excited to continue building relationships with Partners, new and old, and to share the latest solutions from Snap One security.”
Snap One to Highlight Cameras, Remote Monitoring at ESX Show
Visitors to the Snap-One booth at the upcoming ESX show will see and experience:
Luma x20 Family of Surveillance Products: In its ESX show booth, Snap One will show attendees the Luma x20 family of surveillance products that deliver the latest AI-powered security features. With full OvrC integration, the Luma x20 family also gives customers greater peace of mind while simplifying installation and long-term maintenance. This product family also gives end-customers the Luma View mobile app, which features AI-filtered events, allows saving and sharing clips, lets users scrub synchronized event footage, and provides enhanced connectivity security between mobile devices and the surveillance system.
OvrC Ecosystem: OvrC is a cloud-based remote management and monitoring platform that can serve as a business operations platform that helps partners create successful long-term customer relationships. Snap One’s continual investments and upgrades to the OvrC platform provide value and help security dealers grow their revenues.
Clare Controls: During the ESX show, Snap One will also be showcasing a number of solutions from Clare Controls, including the ClareVision Color At Night series of high-performance IP surveillance cameras that leverage wider apertures that are now available internationally. As part of Clare’s Performance Series, the Color At Night models feature power over ethernet capability and Smart AI events, including people, intrusion, line crossing, loitering, and people gathering detection.