In 2008, the security industry buzzword was ‘convergence.’ It was a statement on how the market was shifting from analog video surveillance cameras to digital IP surveillance cameras. The experts were saying how the convergence would top 51% percent digital IP by 2009. It took until 2015. If we look at another part of the market, we see the earliest conversations about Physical Security Information Management (PSIM) around 2010.
VuTeur, (formerly PinPoint Initiative) an innovator in emergency management and business intelligence platforms, continues to fuel opportunities for adoption of its technologies across key business segments. As demand for the company’s flagship emergency notification and incident management platform increases, the company seeks out options to expand its partner network and sales efforts to rapidly address emerging opportunities.
CNL Software, a world leader in Physical Security Information Management (PSIM) software, is pleased to announce it has entered a non-exclusive technology collaboration with underwater security company, Sonardyne International Ltd. The companies are currently working together on a major critical national infrastructure project, integrating Sonardyne’s Sentinel intruder detection sonar with the IPSecurityCenter™ PSIM platform. This delivers complete situational awareness through the long-range identification and early classification of approaching underwater threats.
Vanderbilt, a global leader in providing state-of-the-art security systems, has announced a new partnership with Citel Spa, a premier supplier of physical security information management (PSIM) software to Italy’s financial and industrial sector. Citel Spa uses IT solutions to improve security, safety, and Building Management processes, supporting operations and management with compliance to PSIM paradigm and Business Continuity rules.
As the physical security / video surveillance market continues to mature, you are seeing more and more attention paid to integrated solutions. Instead of solely looking at video management software (VMS), or video analytic software, or access control systems, you are now being drawn to VMS systems that work seamlessly with a wide range of additional capabilities such as video analytics, Point-of-Sale (POS) systems, and access control – just to name a few. Over the years, end-users have come to understand —even expect— advanced technologies like video analytics being part-and-parcel of the provided solution set. Security.World caught up recently with Paul Eaton, President of Convergence To Pixel, to talk more about integrating other organizational systems into video surveillance VMS systems.
Arteco, a global provider of event-driven intelligent video management solutions, announced the integration of its video event management system (VEMS) with Immix from SureView Systems. The integration with Immix enables Arteco customers to gain a higher level of situational awareness to power intelligent video monitoring efforts across multiple locations. The integration strengthens the ability of both companies to deliver comprehensive, best-in-class surveillance capabilities.
Arteco, a global provider of event-driven intelligent video management solutions, announced today its integration of BlueWave Security access control solutions. BlueWave leveraged Arteco’s Open Connector, an integration platform that make the interoperability between systems and devices and provides an intuitive process to leverage the full power of the Arteco Video Event Management (VEMS) system.
Vidsys software is a force multiplier for organizations with a large physical footprint because the software geospatially provides real-time information, including video data and many other assets, into a single unified dashboard. Vidsys software collects, analyzes, verifies, resolves and tracks information from multiple disparate subsystems using open architecture standards that enable any authorized user from any location to view and manage situations, as they unfold.
Vidsys, a global provider of enterprise Converged Security and Information Management (CSIM) software, announced today that it has received an investment of $11 million led by existing investors NewSpring Capital, Atlanta Equity, Flybridge Capital Partners, and JVax Investment Group, along with new investor, Harmony Partners. Vidsys will use the financing to support its growing international business with customer support operations and product development initiatives. The investment will also be used for the expansion of the company’s Internet of Things (IoT) and virtualized services platform applications for smart and future cities, intelligent transportation, and advanced business intelligence solutions.
Verint® Systems Inc. (NASDAQ: VRNT) announced enhancements to its Verint Situational Awareness Platform™, including the incorporation of advanced solutions to help organizations gain comprehensive situational awareness while driving rapid incident response and enhanced field communications. This evolutionary situational awareness platform is designed to provide security executives and operators actionable intelligence and better insight by incorporating unified situation monitoring, dispatch and incident response, live field communications and real-time citizen input.