The Video Management Software (VMS) market size is expected to grow from US$3.71 Billion in 2016 to US$10.54 Billion by 2022, at a Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR) of 23.2% from 2017 to 2022. The need for VMS has a growing significance ever before because organizations seek to safeguard their physical and capital assets. This report studies the global VMS Software market, analyzes and researches the VMS Software development status and forecast in United States, EU, Japan, China, India and Southeast Asia.
Wavestore has also introduced a host of new integrations to it’s VMS. These include the latest Smart IP-camera feature sets from Uniview, bringing functionality like face detection, line crossing, advanced motion detection, scene change notifications and more, which can be set to trigger specific actions on event. The full video analytics suite from AllGoVision is now fully integrated to deliver a cost-effective all-in-one analytics package for a wide range of applications and individual detection zones from Optex Redscan detectors can now be associated with specific actions.
Traditionally architected video surveillance does not have the ability to address the upcoming security concerns faced by a business. With increasing agility in business processes, video management software (VMS) service providers cannot afford VMS application to be down, even for a short time. With single-tiered VMS (monolithic architecture), it is nearly impossible to meet the dynamic and evolving surveillance requirements of the modern businesses.
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.
Milestone Systems, the globally leading open platform company in networked video management software (VMS), has released XProtect 2017 R2. Milestone meets the increasing demand for connected business and video systems by releasing three new products: XProtect Essential+, XProtect Express+, and XProtect Professional+. These new products cover installations from a few to thousands of cameras. All the products fully support hardware acceleration, where system performance can be boosted just by adding a supported graphics card that can handle the heavy lifting in decoding video, leaving room for the system to handle other tasks.
Since 2007, the video management software (VMS) NETAVIS Observer included object based video analytics algorithms while other VMS vendors are still relying on pixel change for motion detection. What has been a part of NETAVIS Observer for a decade is now included at no extra charge. In a time limited initiative, NETAVIS includes iCAT Video Analytics licenses with Observer camera licenses to underline the technological advance of its solution and to Jump Start the broad usage of the new product, sMart Data Warehouse.
According to a report from IHS, the market size of global video management software is expected to exceed $3 billion by 2018, and the Chinese market is growing the fastest among them. Milestone Systems and Genetec, which are the two important video management software suppliers of the world, have a big part of the Global market share. Industry consolidation among video software and hardware manufacturers has forced the VMS to evolve from a pure software product with per-channel licensing fee models to a more appliance oriented industry with capacity and features controlled by the appliance.
At the ASIS 2015 Expo in Anaheim, just as the show was about to wrap up after three days, video management software (VMS) leader Milestone made an announcement via a Milestone email blast that the long-standing agreement between OnSSI and Milestone for OnSSI to utilize the Milestone recording engine had elapsed and no further cooperation between the two companies would exist. And with OnSSI’s recent acquisition of SeeTec and OnSSI integrating the SeeTec recording engine, a 13-year partnership between OnSSI and Milestone (even with their basic competitive positions) has come to an end.
More than 25 distribution partners attended the first Milestone conference dedicated solely to distributors. In addition to intensifying the partnerships in the European, Middle East and African regions, a new Distribution Manager was announced for the Americas.
Digital Watchdog (DW™), the industry leader in digital recorders, surveillance cameras, and related management software, announces the release of DW Spectrum™ IP Video Management Software (VMS) version 2.3. This significant update restructures the software’s architecture, replacing the server system and simplifying the user’s experience with easy management of multiple servers and sites.