published: January 2, 2019
2018 was a huge year for Avigilon — from advanced artificial intelligence security analytics to new access control solutions, here’s a look at our top technologies from the past year.
Motorola Solutions integrated Avigilon Control Center (ACC) video management software into its CommandCentral Aware and Ally software.
Top features: Motorola Solutions’ CommandCentral Aware now includes Avigilon’s patented self-learning video analytics, providing an end-to-end solution from the time an emergency call is placed until after the incident is resolved.
Combined with ACC™ video management software, the H4 Multisensor camera helps users effectively monitor and accurately verify video, minimizing blind spots and saving time during critical investigations.
Top features: Featuring three or four individually-configurable camera sensors that can be positioned for monitoring virtually any area, each camera sensor incorporates patented Avigilon self-learning video analytics and works with Avigilon Appearance Search™ technology.
When connected to ACC software, users can evolve legacy camera systems into powerful AI solutions — with automatic alerts of potentially critical events and the ability to search for and locate a person or vehicle of interest across an entire site.
Top features: Adds patented self-learning video analytics and Avigilon Appearance Search technology to almost any IP camera.
Combined with ACC video management software, this secured entry system enables users to quickly and easily identify and communicate with a visitor before remotely granting access.
Top features: Integrates a 3 MP camera with a high-performance intercom, features exceptional wide dynamic range, low-light, noise reduction and echo-canceling technologies.
A new feature allows Avigilon Appearance Search technology users to initiate a search for a person by selecting certain specific physical descriptions, including gender and age, to provide security users enhanced speed and flexibility when conducting a search for a person.
Top features: Helps locate a person of interest across an entire site, allows users to initiate a search using physical descriptions.
UMD helps to reduce hours of work to minutes by allowing users to search through large amounts of video faster, focusing their attention on the atypical events that may need further investigation.
Top features: No predefined rules or set up required, reveals events that may have otherwise been missed.
The Avigilon Blue platform provides managed services for video security, powered by patented Avigilon self-learning video analytics, enabling partners to remotely connect to, manage and service more customer sites with fewer resources.
Top features: Remotely adjust camera and system settings, perform upgrades and check the health of your sites without deploying a technician, integrates with professional video monitoring through SureView Systems Immix® CS and Immix CC software.
Unifying ACC software and Access Control Manager (ACM) system, the Identity Search feature enables users 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.
Top features: Helps locate a person of interest across an entire site, integrates Avigilon Appearance Search technology with the ACM™ system.
2018 saw many important product launches and upgrades from Avigilon — and there’s more to come in 2019. Follow us on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and Instagram to stay caught up with our latest launches and product offers, including the AI-powered H5 camera line, expected to launch in 2019.
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