Intrusion is the act of intruding, forcible inclusion or entry in an area that is not welcome. Track is the act of following the movements or trail of someone or something, typically in order to find them or note their course. Without staring monitors for 24/7, Intrusion Video Analytics can help partners to detect the act of intrusion and give alerts, and Track Video Analytics can help users to find the direction of moving object, give alert if the object goes to wrong direction.
Unlike private sectors, the government-run offices or buildings are the places where people constantly visit for specific purposes, making these official institutions easily become a target for tempted malicious attack by people who might possess strong and negative emotions toward the governments. Despite the fact that these buildings are often guarded with more security staff with arms, it is even more than necessary to set up a solid surveillance system to proactively safeguard the public and its assets.
The Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macao Bridge relies on customized security solutions from Bosch to ensure safe operations. The world’s largest sea-crossing bridge was opened by Chinese officials late October 2018. Spanning 55 kilometers in length, the Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macao Bridge directly connects Hong Kong to Macao and then to the Chinese city of Zhuhai for the first time. At a total cost of USD 20 billion, it is a major boost for China’s Greater Bay Area, an emerging industrial and technological hotbed that is home to 68 million people and a showcase project for Bosch Building Technologies.
Avigilon Corporation announced that Avigilon Blue, its cloud platform for video surveillance, is launching in Canada. The Avigilon Blue platform is a secure end-to-end solution that enables security integrators to deliver analytics-driven video surveillance as a service. It features patented self-learning video analytics technology that is compatible with both legacy Avigilon and third-party ONVIF® compliant cameras. Powerful and easy to use, the platform enables integrators to remotely connect to, manage and service more customer sites with fewer resources.
Campus environments experience many challenges when it comes to securing their students and faculty. As traditional CCTV solutions were no longer able to meet the needs for long hour storage with high-quality images, authorities started looking for advanced surveillance solutions. Surveon provides campus solutions with complete product lines, enabling campus to provide students and faculty a safe learning environment.
Global MSC Security has revealed that the Surveillance Camera Commissioner (SCC) for England and Wales, Tony Porter MSyl, will present ‘Delivering the National Surveillance Camera Strategy’, at the 20th annual Global MSC Security Conference and Exhibition 2018, which is taking place at the Bristol Hotel in Bristol city centre on Tuesday 13th November 2018. Mr Porter will use his keynote address to highlight the successes and challenges since implementing the strategy.
Alcatel-Lucent Enterprise and BCDVideo announced they are working together to address the growing demand of businesses to enhance public security and safety via video surveillance and networking. Alcatel-Lucent Enterprise and BCDVideo develop technical and sales alliance to address evolving video surveillance market. Demand for video surveillance and connected safety in hospitality, casino, arena, cities, and healthcare environments drive increase in technology requirements.
LENSEC is celebrating their 20th year in the physical security industry. The company was founded November 6, 1998 as Progressive Systems, a custom solutions provider of networked video surveillance. This year marks a milestone of perseverance in an ever-changing industry. As a pioneer in browser-based video management, Progressive Systems was able to lead the physical security industry in the transition from analog-based cameras to devices communicating over an IP network architecture.
Johnson Controls announces a new line of cloud-powered network video surveillance cameras with Tyco’s Smartvue Camera 2 Cloud. Tyco’s Smartvue Camera 2 Cloud offers a secure, simple to install, easy-to-use cloud-based video surveillance management service – no on-site servers, storage or components are needed. The cameras are ideal for securing retail establishments, convenience stores, franchises, healthcare facilities, K-12 education buildings and smart cities, and work independently or added as a remote extension to an existing Smartvue network.
Johnson Controls announces S19, the next generation of its Smartvue intelligent cloud video surveillance platform. Tyco’s Smartvue S19 delivers secure and cost-effective cloud surveillance solutions to retail establishments, convenience stores, franchises, healthcare facilities, K-12 education buildings and smart cities, providing support for local privacy requirements and regulations across 140 countries.