Digital Barriers has released SmartVis Identifier, which the company calls the world’s first live facial recognition system for body worn law enforcement cameras. The company integrated its EdgeVis and SmartVis technologies to provide defense, security, and law enforcement agencies with real-time facial recognition against multiple watchlists and databases. The SmartVis facial recognition technology, which was previously available for standard smartphones, has now been adapted to run live on Digital Barriers’ body worn cameras designed for frontline law enforcement. Combined with mobile live streaming solution EdgeVis, it makes streaming from body worn devices both operationally and financially viable.
Delta Turnstiles, a leading designer and manufacturer of optical turnstiles for secured entry control applications, is pleased to introduce its new Designer Series of turnstiles. The first model in the series, the Infinity, will debut at ASIS 2017 in September (Booth 3869) and will be on display at the San Diego Security Conference October 13th.
MOBOTIX has introduced the new indoor models c26, i26, p26, and v26, thereby completing the successful Mx6 6-megapixel camera line. The new, higher performing processor delivers up to twice as many images per second as before – at the same resolution. The video data is simultaneously offered in three formats (MxPEG, MJPEG, and H.264), as well as in a range of different resolutions. RTSP/multicast makes the Mx6 cameras more flexible. All of the models come standard with intelligent motion detection directly on the camera, and thereby offer more capacity for additional software applications.
Milestone Systems has released Device Pack 9.2 for partners and customers using Milestone XProtect video solutions. The bi-monthly device packs contain software updates supporting new hardware. This year, Milestone reached an industry first of 6,000 supported devices, with new devices constantly being added to each device pack release.
In order to deliver greater capabilities in License Plate Recognition, VIVOTEK has partnered with global LPR software developers to capture license plate images for LPR applications. Various options of VIVOTEK LPC (License Plate Capture) cameras provide users the optimal and most suitable camera for their LPR or traffic monitoring purposes in access control, red light enforcement, surveillance and security, traffic monitoring, tolling systems, and free-flow applications.
Surveon Technology, the enterprise NVR solutions provider, announced the Linux-based NVR3304 will be added to its Professional Series. The NVR3304 supports up to 32 channels of 5MP cameras recording onto a 4-bay hard disk storage NVR utilzing RAID 1, 5, or 6 data redundancy. The system results in a high level of recording throughput at up to 192Mbps, ensuring cameras can be recorded and viewed reliably.
exacqVision 8.6 offers a host of new features that improve the user experience and overall system protection. exacqVision’s search capabilities now let users leverage event information from intrusion and access control systems for a more comprehensive security picture. This release also makes it easier for organizations to tag and retain important video. Every release provides an opportunity to provide more stringent protections against cyber-attacks, and 8.6 now offers complex passwords and system lockout criteria, making exacqVision a more hardened VMS than ever before.
Following up on it’s two-year old VideoXpert VMS, Pelco by Schneider Electric is launching its professional Video Management System (VMS) for small and medium business applications with the introduction of VideoXpert™ Professional. VideoXpert Professional provides a video management system platform that seamlessly bridges the gap between mid-market and enterprise platforms by providing a superior user interface and robust feature set that customers demand. Ideal for small to mid-size installations up to 100 cameras, VideoXpert Professional installation is seamless and simple. Uniquely designed with IT friendly windows and menus, users enjoy a familiar experience when using VideoXpert Professional.
OnSSI announces the release of Ocularis version 5.4, the latest version to the company’s industry leading Video Management Software (VMS) solution. This newest release further expands Ocularis’ ability to provide end users with a comprehensive yet easy-to-use video management platform that accommodates the latest industry trends and expands on-the-go coverage. New to Ocularis 5.4 is support for H.265 compression for exceptional image quality with less data, and a reduction of video bandwidth usage and storage requirements. Additional features include installation improvements including increased SQL server flexibility; new view layouts in Ocularis Client; and expanded Ocularis 5 Web and Mobile features including M2O™™ (Mobile-to-Ocularis) technology, alert handling, triggers, AVI exporting and Ocularis toast notifications.
Veracity, a leading provider of innovative and intelligent solutions that solve real-world challenges in IP video systems, is showcasing a new suite of products at IFSEC 2017 which neatly brings together the three cornerstones of its successful business: IP transmission, storage, and display. Following on from its acquisition of security Command & Control software manufacturer icomply Ltd, Veracity’s largest-ever IFSEC stand is built around a walk-through Control Room, promoting its integrated security management platform powered by the powerful VTAS Pro™.