PSA announced the addition of Arxys to its network. Arxys solves complex industry application challenges by leveraging a deep understanding of the complete environment to create a purpose-built, highly optimized appliance solution. By combining storage, compute, networking and virtualization on commodity hardware, Arxys orchestrates the complexity of disparate systems into a synthesized solution.
Security & Safety Things is set to reshape innovation in video analytics and computer vision with the commercial availability of a number of new smart IP security cameras, from a variety of vendors, that leverage the Security & Safety Things open and secure IoT platform. This new generation of security cameras will operate using the free S&ST camera operating system, which enables the cameras to run multiple AI-enabled applications in parallel.
ISS – Intelligent Security Systems has responded to the global business community’s demand for a pragmatic and accurate solution to help get employees get back to work. The new “Plan for a Safe Return to Work” solution offering from ISS integrates the company’s proven SecurOS™ solutions with new capabilities designed to provide organizations with a fully integrated software-solution to help restore business operations.
Global MSC Security announced the opening of registrations for the Global MSC Security Conference and Exhibition 2020. This year, the annual event will focus on helping control room operators to realise the potential of Artificial Intelligence and Analytics in Video Surveillance. The exhibition opens on Monday 9th November, with the conference taking place on Tuesday 10th November 2020, at the Bristol Hotel in Bristol.
Videotec announced that is has released a “robust and smart” video analysis technology, integrated into ULISSE EVO cameras, that offers an end-to-end solution for preventative detection of intrusions in outdoor monitoring applications of critical infrastructures, industrial sites and perimeters. Videotec Analytics is the result of more than 10 years of research and design, carried out by a team of R&D professionals.
Bosch has announced the launch of INTEOX, a new camera platform designed to modernize the security and safety industry. The first fully open platform of its kind, INTEOX gives users, system integrators, and application developers unlimited freedom for innovation and customization. To take full advantage of the opportunities that the IoT brings, the safety and security industry must embrace change. Bosch is demonstrating the vast potential of the IoT with INTEOX.
SightLogix introduces a breakthrough in outdoor security that analyzes detected targets from both thermal and visible sensors simultaneously for high detection accuracy and reduced false alarms. Dual Sensor Analytics (DSA) is a major step forward for making a smart video system into a reliable, 24-hour security solution. Two eyes are always better than one, especially when they can see different things.
Eagle Eye Networks announced today enhancements to the Eagle Eye Cloud Video Management System for full support of dual spectrum cameras used in elevated temperature detection. Interest in the use of dual spectrum cameras with integrated analytics for locating faces and measuring temperature has greatly increased amongst Eagle Eye Resellers as they look for tools to reduce the spread of Corona19.
Security.World has reviewed the recently released LPR Appliance from Vista Networking Solution (VNS). The VNS V7300 LPR Appliance appears to be the only PlateSmart-powered integrated appliance available on the market at this time. From access control to allow cars in or keep them out, to crime scene investigation, parking lot enforcement, and even to identifying customers -especially VIP customers as they approach your business.
Mellanox Technologies announced that it has reached a definitive agreement to acquire privately-held Titan IC Systems Limited, the leading developer of network intelligence and security technology to accelerate search and big data analytics across a broad range of applications in data centers worldwide. The acquisition will further strengthen Mellanox’s network intelligence capabilities.
PureTech Systems is pleased to announce that deployment of its PureActiv wide area intrusion detection software system has been successfully completed at multiple Power Generation Sites in the U.S. PureActiv integrates PureTech’s market-leading geospatial AI video analytics and other sensor technologies into a seamless Common Operating Picture.
SAFR announced the appointment of Eric Hess as Senior Director of Product Management. Hess will lead the product strategy and will be responsible for expanding and accelerating the core SAFR application globally, with a particular emphasis on the public safety and gaming markets. Eric Hess is a well-known expert in the use of video analytics and facial recognition technologies for expedient resolution of criminal investigations.
Genetec announced Security Center Transaction Finder, a Point of Sale integration tool with exception-based reporting capabilities, designed to help retailers speed up their investigations. Embedded in the security system, Security Center Transaction Finder correlates POS data with the corresponding video, with the ability to bring in additional sources such as analytics as an added feature which eliminates the need to jump between different platforms.
IDIS has launched a powerful line-up of Edge VA bullet and dome cameras, featuring on-board analytics that will transform the efficiency of security operations in retail, banking and busy commercial settings. The new cameras build on the power of IDIS Instant Meta Filtering, allowing users to easily access and search large volumes of video data using the totally cost- and license-free IDIS Center VMS, speeding up investigations from days and hours to minutes.
Digital Watchdog announced its seamless integration between BriefCam’s comprehensive Video Content Analytics platform and DW Spectrum IPVMS, enabling users to gain exponential value from surveillance system deployments. BriefCam’s unique fusion of computer vision and technologies, together with its patented VIDEO SYNOPSIS® solution enables users to quickly search and filter objects and events of interest by men, women, children, vehicles, and lighting changes with speed and precision
Panasonic i-PRO Sensing Solutions and Agent Video Intelligence announced that the companies have successfully completed the integration of Agent Vi’s savVi™ video analytics solution on Panasonic i-PRO Sensing Solutions’ high end i-PRO EXTREME cameras. savVi boasts a set of advanced, automated tools for the immediate detection and extraction of events and valuable data from surveillance footage, replacing manual monitoring of live video feeds and reviewing recorded video.
Konica Minolta is making the next big advance in intelligent video technology by launching the MOBOTIX 7 smart solution platform and the M73 IoT camera that uses it. The latest generation of MOBOTIX video cameras offers a whole new set of functions plus application solutions based on deep learning, opening up new possibilities far beyond traditional video security. The M73 comes with more than 15 apps integrated into its camera software.
Many license plate recognition (LPR) installations require only a few cameras. Such applications are often easier and more cost-effective to implement by performing LPR at the camera rather than at a centralized server. For those reasons, PlateSmart has partnered with IP video specialist ViSTA Networking Solutions (VNS) to make PlateSmart ARES LPR solutions available on VNS’ new V7300 Series LPR appliance.
Panasonic Security Systems is showcasing its solutions capabilities at ISC East. By combining its superior imaging technologies with new AI-driven software and analytics solutions, Panasonic i-PRO Security Systems offers comprehensive, customizable solutions to meet the most diverse range of users’ specific needs. Core solutions on display include the company’s fully integrated Video Insight™ 7 Video Management System and MionitorCast™ Access Control Platform.
Today’s security systems are collecting data at exorbitant rates, continuously gathering information from hundreds —if not thousands— of sensors and funneling that information into a control room for analysis and response. Operators are tasked with sifting through the footage and material, working around the clock to recognize potential threats or anomalies. But there just aren’t enough human eyes available for organizations to dedicate to this overwhelming responsibility.