Accolades for Enterprise Video Campus Solution-Syracuse University was a recipient of a 2010 Campus Technology Innovators Award for Ensemble Video and its automated media workflow systems. An innovative enterprise video content management platform developed at Syracuse University and a flagship product of Symphony Video Inc., a provider of Internet video software and services, Ensemble Video automates and manages the process across any enterprise media and Web servers and provides a single unified catalog database.
"Ensemble's flexibility has allowed us to integrate a variety of powerful technologies to create an automated and robust video sharing architecture for all our users across the institution," said Scott Nadzan, director of Technology Services at SU's Martin J. Whitman School of Management.
Harnessing IP Power-Honeywell's MAXPRO(r) VMS video management system uses IP technology to merge multiple products into a single user interface with a common look and feel, and lets operators collect, manage and view quality video with maximum efficiency and minimum effort.
VMS and Video Analytics Merged-Aimetis Symphony 6.5 is a combined video management and video analytics software platform for security surveillance and business intelligence applications, including people counting; motion tracking; left item detection; and more.
IP-Based and Intelligence Embedded-Ocularis, OnSSI's non-proprietary, open architecture IP video management solution, is a PSIM-based platform that enables the detection and distribution of video events and related data and alerts from a host of physical security and transaction systems.
Expanded Support for Multi-User Surveillance Systems-Avigilon's new version of its Control Center NVMS, the Avigilon Control Center 4.6 with High Definition Stream Management (HDSM), includes new features like enhanced audit trail, advanced HD video management and streamlined alarm management.
Integrated Recording and Management Platform-Designed for installations up to 64 cameras, EnduraXpress from Pelco is an affordable and cost-effective network appliance device that delivers full HD video management with megapixel camera support, robust recording capabilities, redundancy and reliability.
VMS Capability Improvements-March Networks' VideoSphere VMS 2.1.1 provides advanced video evidence search and Innovative Shadow Archiving(tm) for significant improvements in direct edge device recording and failover capabilities, including onboard and NAS recording; text insertion for data integrations; and support for standard and high-definition third-party IP cameras.
HD NVR Software-MESSOA NVM 100 video management software is designed to handle large amounts of video data streaming from multiple HD cameras. It features the capability to run multiple megapixel cameras in triple video display functions: live view, recording, and playback, on multiple monitors.
Managing Old and New-Infinova's V2216 VMS lets IP and analog cameras and equipment coexist. Existing analog equipment remains untouched and usable. The V2216 integrates with the present keyboard to manage the IP equipment using the already-installed analog control system.