Las Vegas, NV (April 5, 2006) â€“ A â€œmust seeâ€ at this yearâ€™s ISCW is the innovative remote monitoring and control technology from AirVisual, Inc., a rapidly growing application service provider for the enterprise security and public safety markets.
The companyâ€™s unique software-driven solutions allow security professionals, law enforcement personnel, first responders and central stations to remotely access, monitor and control security systems from virtually any manufacturer using any computer or hand-held device such as a cellular phone, PDA or tablet. The softwareâ€™s wide ranging equipment and network integration compatibility also encourages partnership opportunities with companies such as Panasonic Security Systems.
â€œThe use of location-free technology in the security field is becoming a full-fledged trend because of its operational and cost benefits,â€ said Tom Hansen, Founder and CEO, AirVisual, Inc. â€œAirVisual is a leader in this field and has developed enterprise remote monitoring and control solutions that can demonstrate improved security operations and mobile command capabilities for both public and private agencies. We have several projects underway, including the Monterey Peninsula Airport in CA, and are working with public safety professionals throughout New Jersey, including the City of Newark, in addition to numerous others currently under development.â€
AirVisualâ€™s product suite is comprised of three unique remote applications: IntelliViewerâ„¢ â€“ a wireless video monitoring platform; TransViewerâ„¢ -- a mobile vehicle surveillance solution; and RoadViewerâ„¢ â€“ a wireless traffic information system. All three remote monitoring/control solutions are built on AirVisualâ€™s core expertise in the management and delivery of wireless video, audio and text.
Sophisticated in its design, AirVisualâ€™s open and secure platform offers full telemetry enabling control over internal functions such as PTZ control, DVR set-up and programming, and access control with advanced notification features â€“ including the ability to send bookmarks with specific information related to alarm events and breaches in security.
AirVisualâ€™s IntelliViewerâ„¢ is a software application platform that enables video surveillance (live and archived video in real time), access control and other security system technologies that protect people and infrastructure, including heat sensors, motion detectors and chemical/biological detection devices, to be accessed, monitored and controlled using any networked or mobile device. For added convenience and ease of operation, IntelliViewerâ„¢ utilizes standard web browsers to provide a graphical user interface (GUI) for configuration and operation, without the need to install custom software.
TransViewerâ„¢ is a revolutionary wireless product that delivers real-time images from inside a vehicle, multiplexes and records up to eight video cameras and two channels of audio. The system can also respond to panic alarms and process GPS information to instantly locate a vehicle and facilitate faster and more efficient responses. The instantaneous visual access capabilities of the system empowers command center operations to act quickly and confidently, improving safety and streamlining routine functions by providing a wide range of vehicle and incident information in advance.
RoadViewerâ„¢ alleviates many of the traffic problems first responders experience by providing them a real-time view of traffic conditions. The system captures live video images from traffic camera networks and sends them, along with alerts or other text-based information, to wireless devices such as cell phones, PDAs or in-vehicle systems. This off-the-shelf solution works with existing GPS, sensor and map applications and can be integrated with intelligent transportation system (ITS) platforms for advanced traffic management. Various configurations are available for city emergency services, business fleets and individual daily commuters.
For more information on AirVisual visit www.airvisual.com , or call 212-822-8851.