- 301 Route 17 North
- Rutherford, NJ 7070
- Phone: (201) 964-2600
- Toll Free: (888) 577-6423
- Website: http://www.nice.com/nicevision
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NICE Suspect Search is a patent-pending video analytics-based technology that unleashes the real-time forensic capabilities of surveillance video to locate a specific person when time is of the essence. Use a video image, upload a full body picture or create a composite and Suspect Search goes to work, searching hours of video in minutes and automatically filtering out 95% of irrelevant images. Suspect Search’s mapping capabilities provide geo-spatial awareness by retracing a suspect’s movements and pinpointing his current or last known locations on your premises. All images, related video and locations associated with the search can be saved or shared.
RA’ANANA, ISRAEL, August 12, 2013 – NICE Systems today announced the launch of NICE Inform Version 6, which enables Public Safety Answering Points ( PSAPs ) to evaluate the quality of service delivered across an entire emergency incident. The solution has been designed to offer unique value to public safety organizations as it supports the evaluation of single calls as well as complete incidents, including the processing of multimedia input, such as GIS, video, and CAD screen.
Situator Express from NICE Systems is an easy to implement and cost effective open solution for integrating key security systems. Situator express is based on NICE Situator, the world-wide market leading situation management solution and combined with NICE’s video management system (NiceVision Net), offering a unified user interface, smart sensor correlation, analytics and automatic adaptive workflows. Visit NICE at ISC West booth #24087
Ra’anana, Israel, August 13, 2012, NICE Systems today announced the introduction of its new release of the NICE Inform multimedia incident information management solution. The new release of NICE Inform builds on NICE’s advanced capabilities by giving security control centers and Public Safety Answering Points (PSAPs) the ability to integrate text, video and voice recordings from third party capture platforms into holistic incident timelines. This differentiating technology reinforces NICE’s support of Next Generation 9-1-1 and its commitment to meeting the challenge of external data integration for enhancing investigations and debriefings.
Featuring a management dashboard for quick and efficient status views of all remote bank branches, the NiceVision Banking Module from NICE Systems works with a bank's existing video camera infrastructure to create an enterprise-wide security solution. ATM integration enables banks to quickly and easily pinpoint ATM video footage for investigations, by querying transaction IDs, locations and other data.
Nice Systems has introduced a new release of its Situator open security situation management solution. New mobile and web capabilities extend situation management from the control room to the field, while providing advanced tools for handling complex, multi stakeholder incidents in information rich environments. The latest release also improves visualization of incidents by integrating to advanced organizational and global mapping resources.
The new offering, based on the NICE open platform situation management solution, helps electric utilities meet the critical challenges of improving compliance, particularly with respect to NERC CIP, increasing the effectiveness of their security operations, and reducing operational costs. The new NICE solution includes pre-built content based on industry specific best practices.
NICE Systems and geographical information system (GIS) software provider Esri have partnered to enhance NICE's Situator situation management system with Esri's GIS capabilities. The integrated solution combines Situator's data fusion, analysis and automated response capabilities with spatial analysis, data management, and GIS mapping, to improve situational awareness and real-time situation management. The system correlates data from diverse security, safety and operational systems, alerting operators in real-time to incidents that require attention. All of the relevant information is then overlaid on an intuitive GIS interface.
NICE Systems delivers solutions that help organizations protect people, places, and assets by enabling them to anticipate and identify potential risks and prevent them. When an event does occur, NICE helps manage it effectively, and mitigate its effect, in order to minimize the overall security, safety and operational risks to the organization. NICE's cohesive, multi-layered solutions deliver the right information to the right people at the right time - to enhance public safety and security every step of the way. Tailored to specific customer needs and operations concepts, NICE's integrated solutions can capture, analyze, consolidate and manage data from virtually any source (video, voice, SMS, MMS, data, Internet, security sensing devices) to enhance situational awareness, operational efficiency, threat detection, response and incident investigations.
NICE Systems has enhanced its NiceVision video surveillance solution to include crowd detection and camera tampering content analytics applications. The system combines real-time video analysis with IP networking, recording and management to enable effective detection, verification, resolution and investigation of events. The crowd detection solution is designed for airport terminals and other public transportation environments, automatically alerting officials when crowds or queues (in security screening lines or other high-traffic areas) exceed pre-defined thresholds. The camera tampering detection solution automatically identifies tampering to ensure video image capture and integrity. The solution alerts when potential tampering is detected based on excessive brightness or darkness, a blocked camera view due to spray painting or other obstructions, out of focus/blurred images, or redirection of a camera from its initial position/field of view.