According to a recent report published by business intelligence provider IHS Markit, Genetec was named the world’s number one vendor of Video Management Systems. IHS-reported results from 2015-2018 also point to the company sustaining a 24.1% CAGR for the past 3 years in this category. In the Americas, Genetec remains the leading VMS manufacturer by a wide margin for the eight consecutive years, with an 18.3% share of this $4.1 billion market.
Intelligent Security Systems is demonstrating the latest additions to the company’s portfolio of advanced analytics developed to complement the company’s recently enhanced SecurOS™ v.10 Video Management System (VMS) here at ISC West 2019. Showcased is ISS’ new SecurOS™ FaceX Facial Recognition Solution that significantly expands the ability to accurately recognize faces from different camera angles along with facial expressions under various lighting conditions.
Intelligent Security Systems is demonstrating the company’s new powerful SecurOS™ FaceX facial recognition solution here at ISC West 2019. FaceX delivers the unique capability to accurately recognize individuals’ faces from different camera angles with a host of specific facial characteristics under various lighting conditions. The new native analytics solution is built on the basis of ISS’ recently enhanced SecurOS v.10 Video Management System (VMS) platform, embedding all of FaceX’s functionality including the ability to add and import files, perform searches and more.
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.
exacqVision v19.03 is the latest version of the popular VMS software known for its intuitive feature set and simple configuration and maintenance. The features introduced in this latest version provide users with greater flexibility and freedom for business-optimizing results. Enterprise users can now more quickly navigate multiple maps of their facility – easily linking parent maps, child maps to parent maps, and vice versa. This provides much-needed control and oversight to security operators.
Intelligent Security Systems has pragmatically engineered a unique position in the Video Management System (VMS) category driven by the company’s documented innovations in analytics. The combination of ISS’ powerful SecurOS™ VMS with numerous natively developed analytics solutions provides users across a multitude of business categories and applications with unique capabilities. This unique level of embedded system intelligence continues to be validated by multiple patents awarded to ISS for advanced analytics.
Qognify announced that it has signed a definitive agreement to acquire On-Net Surveillance Systems, Inc. (OnSSI) and the OnSSI company SeeTec GmbH. In bringing these award-winning technology solution portfolios together under one roof —including Qognify VisionHub, OnSSI Ocularis, and SeeTec Cayuga— Qognify becomes one of the largest VMS, Video Analytics, PSIM, and critical incident management companies in the world. Qognify is backed by global investment firm Battery Ventures.
Pelco announced the release of VideoXpert (VX) Video Management System (VMS) v3.1. This major update continues to build on what security and surveillance system administrators and operators care most about – Intuitive and responsive user interface features, Mission critical system availability (up-time), Government-grade validated cybersecurity enhancements.
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.
Johnson Controls has introduced exacqVision video management system (9.6), which empowers users to gain unprecedented insight into their VMS data, while leveraging powerful integrations and essential recording features during network loss. With massive amounts of data continuously being generated by security cameras, access control, intrusion systems and other integrations, exacqVision 9.6 lets users analyze their data to make better business decisions.