23 Feb 2021

Vanderbilt International Becomes the 50th Dahua ECO Partner

Hangzhou, China/ February 15, 2021 Dahua Technology, a world-leading video-centric smart IoT solution and service provider, is pleased to announce that Vanderbilt International has become the 50th member of its technology partner program. 

Vanderbilt International´s ACTpro solution brings expertise to the Dahua ECO Partner Program and takes access control to the next level with video surveillance integration. Both companies look forward to enhance their partnership and explore future developments together.

The Dahua ECO Partner Program was launched in June 2020. Since then, global and local teams have been committed to building a smart ecosystem with technology partners. “End-users, system integrators and distributors can already feel the impact in the industries”, says Peter Pan, Global Technology Partner Alliance Director at Dahua Technology. “Together with our ECO partners, we are able to provide the right solution to their demands. It´s great to have Vanderbilt International by your side in industries like healthcare, education, retail, government and others. We are enthusiastic to create more value together.”  

ACTpro is Vanderbilt International’s award-winning access control system that has a wealth of features and integrations. The addition of Dahua complements an already rich set of integrations and enables users to play live video or recorded video associated with a door through the Dahua solutions. Ross Wilks, Head of Marketing at Vanderbilt International expands on the value of this: “If an event happened last week where a door was forced open, the operator can right-click on the event in ACTpro software and simply replay the video recording from the Dahua system. ”

“This makes for a more precise examination of the video system concerning the access control event. It also removes the operator's need to visit the control room to retrieve the footage as it can be viewed directly within ACTpro instead. This, of course, delivers an added layer of convenience to the system’s users,” he concludes.