DVTel's SceneTracker on display at ISC West
Las Vegas, NV and Ridgefield Park, NJ -- DVTel Inc., multiple award- winning market leader in delivering integrated IP security solutions for surveillance and monitoring, today announced availability of SceneTracker, its newest software solution integrated into the core DVTel offering, the Latitude Network Video Management System (NVMS). SceneTracker joins a growing list of innovative, high performance offerings including Casebuilder, NetTalk, Integrated Access Control and Mentor Agent Recording and Training Software.
SceneTracker's Adaptive Visualization Technology (AVT) was originally developed to improve real-time situational awareness in the military and aerospace markets where monitoring of multiple screens produced a lack of threat correlation, resulting in poor decision making at critical times. SceneTracker addresses this problem through real time "stitching" of scenes from multiple, uncorrelated cameras into a single seamless view that enables an instant understanding of a situation based on the newly displayed composite scene.
SceneTracker provides a real-world, real-time perspective of multiple camera images in a single integrated view. While traditional video monitoring systems typically provide multiplexed or sequential views, or at best use a mega pixel or panoramic camera, SceneTracker goes much further by showing the world as the human eye was meant to see it. In addition, with SceneTracker, objects or persons of interest can be tracked, zoomed in on and hovered over to achieve closer, detailed views.
Many monitoring installations are confronted with the challenge of having multiple cameras viewing adjacent areas. SceneTracker is the first commercially available AVT solution that addresses this problematic situation using off-the-shelf, open standards networking and computer equipment.
DVTel's software innovation permits live viewing of multiple cameras from either a single point of view or remote cameras with different points of view that are then combined into a seamless panorama. Even when camera coverage isn't contiguous, fragmented video images can be seamlessly oriented and navigated, permitting more effective, more "logical" viewing within fixed structures such as elevator banks, stairwells, parking garages, hospitals, schools, and many other applications.
SceneTracker's many cost and functionality end user benefits include:
- Decreases operational manpower needed
- Reduces operator errors
- Increases reaction time
- Shorter operator training cycles
- Operators better understand camera orientation and relationship between cameras
- More effectively recognize suspicious behavior
- Continuous tracking across cameras
- Allows for peripheral vision
- Provides spatial content analysis