published: September 24, 2018
Avigilon and Motorola Solutions are joining forces to showcase our latest solutions for security and critical communications at GSX 2018 booth 2037.
Complete Security and Critical Communication Solutions to Enhance Public Safety
At the show, we will preview integrations between Avigilon Control Center (ACC) and Motorola Solutions’ Ally and CommandCentral Aware. The integration with Ally will enable sophisticated Avigilon analytics-based event detection to send automatic notification to Ally for automatic incident creation and workflows. With the integration of ACC™ and CommandCentral Aware, dispatchers and intelligence analysts will have one source for real-time intelligence that includes video feeds, incident details, alerts, data mapping and responder location.
Next Generation of Advanced AI Cameras
Featuring cutting-edge artificial intelligence (AI) technology, our product lineup also includes several recent announcements, including a first look at the powerful next-generation artificial intelligence and analytic capabilities of the future H5 camera line. The H5 camera line will be engineered to be our most advanced and intelligent cameras based on Intel® Movidius™ VPUs. We will provide a technology preview of some of the new video analytics capabilities that include alerts on physical descriptions as well as an expanded set of object detection. The H5 camera line is expected to launch in 2019. Read the full news release.
Evolucione sistemas de cámaras heredados en avanzadas soluciones de IA (Inteligencia Artificial)
We will also demonstrate the powerful new AI Appliance, which enables customers to keep their legacy camera investments while adding state-of-the-art Avigilon Appearance Search™ and video analytics technology to almost any IP camera. Read the full news release.
Avigilon Appearance Search Technology Integrates with ACM System
Avigilon Identity Search will also be showcased. The new Identity Search feature integrates our Access Control Manager (ACM) and the upcoming ACC 6.12 video management software, enabling operators to quickly search for a person of interest across an entire site by their access control cardholder information and immediately view linked video clips of door activity. The operator can then use Avigilon Appearance Search technology to locate that person’s current or previous location in the facility. Read the full news release.
Avigilon Blue™ Cloud Platform Continues to Expand
Lastly, the Avigilon Blue cloud platform will be featured. Avigilon Blue has offered integrators a cloud-based service platform for security, helping them better connect to, service and manage their customer sites with fewer resources. New features include:
- 16-channel Avigilon Blue Connect device: Easily and quickly connect to the cloud, add analytics and manage more cameras. Includes 12 TB (~30 days) of on-site storage.
- Calendar video search: Go to specific points on a timeline to expedite searches with calendar-style date and time selection.
- Site & device management dashboard: Easily manage all of your sites and switch between them with a single-interface display. Site rows expand to show connected devices and cameras, with at-a-glance status information and camera views. Devices and cameras can be clicked and further managed and new Avigilon Blue Connect devices can easily be added.
- Mobile Arm/Disarm: Conveniently pause notification alerts directly from your mobile device when you know scheduled activity on your site will be taking place to help eliminate nuisance alarms.
Schedule a live demonstration during GSX. We look forward to seeing you at the Avigilon and Motorola Solutions booth 2037 at GSX, Sept. 25–27, 2018!
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