Intelligent Security Systems is demonstrating the company’s new powerful SecurOS™ FaceX facial recognition solution here at ISC West 2019. FaceX delivers the unique capability to accurately recognize individuals’ faces from different camera angles with a host of specific facial characteristics under various lighting conditions. The new native analytics solution is built on the basis of ISS’ recently enhanced SecurOS v.10 Video Management System (VMS) platform, embedding all of FaceX’s functionality including the ability to add and import files, perform searches and more.
IPVideo Corporation announced that it will be showcasing two of its latest detection technologies at ISC West 2019. Developed to improve school safety, this new vape and aggression detection product HALO IoT Smart Sensor will be unveiled at IPVideo’s booth along with a new concealed weapons detection system, ViewScan. IPVideo’s HALO IoT Smart Sensor alerts security personnel to environmental changes caused by vape and smoking in normally unsupervised areas such as bathrooms, classrooms, locker rooms and hallways.
It’s graduation time for high-schoolers and college students alike. The streets here are awash in young people in suits, prom dresses, and graduation garb. I love to see those fresh faces full of excitement, and a little apprehension, about the future. But it is not lost on me that, in response to recent events, while so many young people are experiencing this important rite of passage, many of us are having —or not having— difficult conversations about school safety. For anyone avoiding the conversation, it might help to know what the research about gun violence in schools is telling us. The current debate around school safety is centered on mass shootings. But research to be published later this year by Professor James Alan Fox and doctoral student Emma Fridel shows that mass school shootings are rare events. They have found that, on average, mass murders in the U.S. occur between 20 and 30 times per year while, on average, only about one of those incidents takes place at a school.
Agent Video Intelligence announced the launch of its breakthrough Anomaly Detection capability, as part of Agent Vi’s cloud-based Software as a Service (SaaS), innoVi™. Combining Agent Vi’s extensive research into Artificial Intelligence (AI) and development of Deep Learning-powered algorithms with the company’s 15 years of experience in providing cutting-edge Video Analytics solutions, the new Anomaly Detection is a robust self-learning capability that instantly alerts users to atypical incidents.
VITEC, has been awarded a contract by the Canadian Department of National Defence (DND) to procure over 1,000 of the company’s MGW Diamond TOUGH encoders. The encoders will be used by the Canadian DND for its Light Armored Vehicle (LAV) project. Installed on each LAV, the MGW Diamond TOUGH appliances will encode video for situational awareness, patrolling information and intelligence gathering missions.
IC Realtime, announces the introduction of Ella, a new cloud-based deep-learning search engine that augments surveillance systems with natural language search capabilities across recorded video footage.
Johnson Controls introduced the latest version of exacqVision video management system (9.0) which adds important features that help ensure the overall health of a customer’s security environment while providing tools that aid in faster mitigation of security events.
SecuredTouch behavioral biometrics-based HUMANOBOT seamlessly detects non-human behavior generated by bots, malware, and automated scripts and stops fraud-focused emulators within mobile applications. SecuredTouch behavioral biometrics technology was developed to analyze human interaction with their mobile devices, so its HUMANOBOT solution is fine-tuned to continuously discover non-human device activity, automatically detecting fraud.
There was something about the sudden, near-universal praise for police body cameras that rubbed Seth Stoughton the wrong way. A law professor at the University of South Carolina who has spent his career studying the regulation of law enforcement, Stoughton saw the potential of equipping thousands upon thousands of American police officers with cameras recording […]
Verint has announced the launch of key enhancements to its Nextiva Video Business Intelligence (VBI) solution, part of the Nextiva IP Video portfolio. The VBI solution will help retail organizations capture and analyze shopper movement patterns to increase conversion rates and improve operational efficiency. Nextiva VBI includes additional functions as Nextiva Retail Traffic Analytics, Nextiva […]
iView Systems’ BI module plugs into its Incident Reporting and Risk Management suite There’s almost no limit to where analytics can be used in an enterprise. That’s why an Ontario-based physical incident reporting software supplier has released a business intelligence add-on for its solution. iView Systems of Oakville, Ont., said Thursday it is now selling the iTrak BI Module , which delivers dashboards from its iTrak Incident Reporting and Risk Management software and form other data sources. “iTrak BI provides the ability to analyze a multitude of transactions and information on one centralized platform, empowering users to capture, analyze and glean actionable insight, hidden in the layers of data within your enterprise,” iView president Martin Drew said in a statement. The Web-based module has a large selection of high-quality data controls and visualizations including interactive charts, guagues, maps and scorecards the company said, that connects and consolidates data. Users can also write comments on the dashboards to be forwarded to other staff. They also have a range of viewing options for both desktop and mobile delivery. The BI module comes in two versions: Lite and Enterprise. The module lets users drag and drop virtual tables, dimensions, datasets and key performance indicators to make dashboard creation easy. There are filter, drill down, pop up and hover over analysis capabilities. It comes with standard, financial and statistical formulas. The results can be exported to Microsoft Excel, PowerPoint, CSV, PDF or Image. iTrak links to Microsoft SQL Server. The client is approved for […]