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Get the complete picture

See what’s happening in your facilities – from front lobbies to backrooms and parking lots – with our complete IP video surveillance solution. Advanced IP cameras capture and stream, high-performance NVRs record and store, and powerful VMS software lets you manage it all conveniently from one central location.

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More effective emergency response

Protect people and assets with live video monitoring from any networked location and real-time alerts about trespassing, camera obstructions or other potential issues. Configure customized alarm events and responses –like emails to emergency services – for faster, more efficient security management.

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Sharper video images

Deter crime and vandalism and resolve liability claims faster with crystal-clear video evidence. Our portfolio of megapixel and IP cameras capture detailed images – both day and night. Zoom-in on areas of interest with powerful optical zoom capabilities or configure PTZ preset movements and guard tours for systematic monitoring.

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Who we serve

IP video surveillance solutions tailored to fit your business.


Commercial organizations

Industrial facilities


Hotels and conference centers

Arenas and sports facilities


Cannabis Industry

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Integrate with other systems

Our Command VMS software and hybrid NVRs integrate with hundreds of third-party IP cameras and leading access control systems for a more comprehensive security solution that fits your organization’s unique needs.

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Case Study

Art treasures kept safe and secure

“The [March Networks] system gives our customer service personnel awareness of where our visitors are in the museum, and in the event of a theft, vandalism or other incident, it provides solid evidence of what happened.”

Juha Roponen, CFO, Gösta Serlachius Art Foundation


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