Hybrid Searchable Video Recorder
3VR Security, the searchable surveillance manufacturer, released the S-Series SmartRecorder, built on 3VR’s searchable surveillance platform. The S-Series is a hybrid DVR/NVR offering video management features and expandability without sacrificing support for the video analytic, biometric, data integration and search features. With enterprise management and bandwidth optimization features, it’s a solution for large and small businesses alike. For more information, visit.
LAN Validation Tests
released its LAN validation tests. The product introduction is part of its which performs LAN validation tests. This eliminates performance failures that would otherwise be discovered by actual users in the course of normal business operations. The tests are made up of the expanded service performance tool and the improved Ethernet performance tests suite. For more information, visit
MATE unveiled the Trigger-NG, an analytic encoder offering 4CIF resolution and MJPEG/MPEG-4 video streaming along with video analytics. Trigger-NG supports eight video analytics detection rules plus object classification. An analog output provides video with analytic overlay to monitors and DVRs. Designed and built for challenging indoor and outdoor environments, it has built-in scene-learning and self-calibrating algorithms that ignore disturbances delivering superior object detection with extremely low false alarm rates. For more information, visit.
In Behavior Watch version 4.0, MATE unveils a rule dependency feature allowing users to combine multiple detection rules using Boolean logic. This capability offers decreased false alarms while accommodating unique detection scenarios. MATE has also increased its channel capacity offering systems with up to 12 cameras on a single server. For more information, visit.
IP Video Management
Milestone Systems’ XProtect Analytics LPR system detects, reads and stores license plate information from a digital video stream. It is designed to control vehicle access for such applications as traffic surveillance and law enforcement, toll and parking management, gas stations, transportation or any other scenarios and situations where there is a need for registration, recognition and detection of vehicle license plates. The system works when it receives video streams from a camera. This video stream is analyzed and license plates are automatically detected. The license plate information is then checked against the system that determines which actions are initiated automatically, such as opening a gate barrier for specific cars or sending an alarm. For more information, visit.
Retail Traffic Analysis
Verint’s Nextiva retail traffic analysis helps retailers understand shopper behavior and trends by providing insight into in-store promotions and advertising campaigns, identifying traffic flow patterns and measuring dwell-time, helping to ensure proper product placement on shelves and aisles. By using a video analytics tool, retailers can extract and search customer behaviors through an easy-to-use video management application. For more information, visit.
Ranging from standard to 3.1 megapixel high-definition cameras, Pelco’s IX Series systems feature H.264 compression for optimized image quality and minimized bandwidth, along with MJPEG or MPEG-4 compression for the flexibility to meet various system requirements. IX Series cameras also come with built-in Pelco analytics and run additional third-party analytic suites. For more information, visit www.pelco.com.
Intelligent Video Software
Offering investigation tools to analyze increasing amounts of video, Ocularis from On-Net Surveillance Systems Inc. has been updated. The new version enables advanced detection of events, investigation, shared alert management, bookmarking and export of evidence—all within seconds. A day of video footage can be compressed into a 60-second video clip. For more information, visit.