Motorola Solutions will demonstrate at GSX 2023 how its integrated end-to-end video security solutions are helping organizations, such as schools, hospitals, retailers and manufacturers, operate more safely and efficiently. At the center are the company’s new Avigilon security suite, spanning on-premise and cloud-native video security and access control, and its Pelco camera portfolio, offering one of the most extensive physical security platforms on the market today.
Konica Minolta announced a move to strengthen its business in the monitoring and video security solutions market with a solution designed to mitigate the threat of gun violence, through the deployment of a new Visible Weapon Detection (VWD) module within Konica Minolta’s REACT platform. Konica Minolta’s REACT is a comprehensive, end-to-end platform that helps organizations analyze situations and behaviors, offering advanced on-site (edge-based) real-time recognition and judgment-based AI processing.
Motorola Solutions announced the opening of its new, Video Security & Analytics (VS&A) manufacturing facility in Richardson, Texas. The 136,000 square foot building represents the company’s continued investment in North American manufacturing and the expansion of its production and shipping capabilities to further the growth of its video security portfolio which serves customers around the world.
Bosch Building Technologies has developed a smart software solution designed to assist system integrators and installers: the Project Assistant app. Until now, the planning, configuration, installation and reporting of a video security project involved many different tools and extensive man hours to complete and document the process, making it difficult for system integrators to manage and keep track of various projects during each phase through to the final reporting. With the Project Assistant app, control, transparency and efficiency can be applied to every part of a video security project.