exacqVision now integrates with Percolata to form an integrated solution using data from employees, traffic sensors, marketing calendars, historical information, and video from exacqVision’s Video Management System to create customized computer vision and advance predictive analytics. Retail businesses and malls can benefit from the integration with reliable and actionable data to recalibrate business decisions that increase sales.
Exacq has announced its integration with the highly-rated monitoring station software, MASterMind. These technologies combined utilize video verification services to receive live video from the exacq Network Video Recorder when an event occurs and sends a call to the monitoring station call center. Made possible through the Connected Partner Program, the exacqVision and MASterMind integration allows seamless collaboration of video into the dispatching process through MASvideo.
Johnson Controls has introduced exacqVision G-Series Micro, an cost-effective video recording solution designed for customers who want to leverage the enhanced accessibility and reliability of cloud video storage with low upfront costs. A compact ‘gateway’ to the cloud, exacqVision G-Series Micro supports the newly released exacqVision Cloud Drive Storage, giving customers an economical option to store, access, and search critical surveillance video in the cloud from up to eight IP cameras.
Johnson Controls has introduced exacqVision Cloud Drive storage, an untethered way for customers to easily store, access and search critical surveillance video in the cloud. exacqVision Cloud Drive storage helps security and IT teams lower their Total Cost of Ownership by eliminating some of the unnecessary hardware costs and management of storage infrastructure.
Johnson Controls announces cloud-based storage services, centralized monitoring analytics and end-to-end, cloud-driven system management services integrated to Tyco’s exacqVision video management software and the full line of exacqVision network video recorders (NVRs). It also announces Tyco’s new Exacq G-Series range of gateway appliances. The exacqVision G-Series is a line of cost-effective cloud gateway appliances that will deliver trusted and secure cloud solutions worldwide.
Johnson Controls introduces a new line of high-capacity, front-accessible hard disk drive (HDD) recorders within its exacqVision A-Series portfolio in response to the increasing demands for video storage expansion. The use of video surveillance to detect, deter and prosecute crime has grown significantly, and increases in camera resolutions and frame rates have caused the need for video storage to surge at an unprecedented rate.
Johnson Controls is introducing the latest version of exacqVision video management system (9.2) adding innovative features that enable users to individually configure and customize their system while providing strong security to help protect against cyber-attacks. With a simple click and drag of a mouse, exacqVision 9.2 allows users to create a customized video wall layout with custom icons to deliver more meaningful information, facilitating faster and intuitive responses.
Johnson Controls introduces the latest version of its Kantech EntraPass Security Software with new features developed to streamline scheduling and account maintenance. Available in EntraPass Corporate and Global Editions, operators managing premise access control can add to security capabilities by creating actions and tasks on a daily, weekly or monthly basis with the new Action Scheduler under the Operation menu.
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.
Johnson Controls —parent of exacqVision— introduces hardware updates to the existing line of exacqVision Network Video Recorders (NVRs) including the Z-Series, A-Series, and M-Series, which are now being built with high-capacity hard drives. The exacqVision S-Series server, which archives video, was also upgraded allowing systems to retain more video than ever before.