PureActiv Video Analytics using Bosch VOT-320 Thermal IP camera.
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PHOENIX, Ariz. -- PureTech Systems Inc., a leading manufacturer of thermal video analytic software, today announced that it has integrated its PureActiv wide area surveillance solution with the VOT-320 Thermal IP camera from Bosch. The integration brings together PureTech's long range video analytic detection capability with Bosch's award winning thermal IP camera, which captures heat-radiating objects up to nearly 13,000 feet away. The combination proves to be a valuable tool for perimeter protection design, allowing for around-the-clock surveillance and detection. The solution provides not only accurate long range detection in conditions including precipitation, no light, smog, haze and sunrise/sunset, leveraging PureTech's video analytic capabilities; it also provides the ability to dynamically display the target's location on a map-enabled video management command and control.
"PureTech Systems continues to prove its world class performance in the use of thermal video analytics for long range, outdoor detection. In doing so, it only makes sense to seek out award winning IP cameras like the VOT-320 from Bosch and team with this technology," said Eric Olson, vice president of marketing at PureTech Systems. "This integration will provide security integrators another powerful tool to consider when designing perimeter protection for critical facilities."
"The VOT-320 Thermal IP Camera uses advanced video processing technology for pixel-by-pixel analysis and noise reduction to provide the most detailed information from a scene," said Willem Ryan, senior product marketing manager, Bosch Security Systems, Inc. "When combined with PureTech Systems' video analytics technology, customers gain a unique security solution for early threat detection."
PureTech's intelligent video solution uses real object size to identify the target as a person, car, truck or boat and can be deployed on a server-based solution or an edge device, using new or existing VOT-320 Thermal IP cameras. Customers can utilize either the H.264 or JPEG video stream provided by the ONVIF conformant Bosch camera and can deploy on PureActiv's map based command and control or their existing PSIM / video management systems.
This integration is currently available and can be used for new or existing installations. Video footage of the PureActiv-VOT-320 Thermal IP camera integration can be viewed at http://bit.ly/PureActivBosch and http://bit.ly/PureActivBosch2.