Ridgefield Park, N.J. – Sept. 23, 2013 – DVTEL, INC., the video surveillance solutions provider, now offers a comprehensive video analytics solution, which includes edge-based and server-based analytics to enable users to maximize the advantages of either approach depending on the needs of the application.
At the edge of the network, DVTEL is the global leader in edge-based analytics with its ioimage product line. DVTEL’s ioimage edge-based cameras and encoders deliver intelligent video detection solutions to increase the probability of detection and lower false alarm rates. The smart cameras work independently or as a complement to perimeter intrusion detection sensors and other technologies. Since 2005, ioimage has been led by a top-notch team that has fine-tuned the advanced algorithm-based technology. DVTEL’s market penetration of the ioimage line within remote monitoring, critical infrastructure and perimeter security applications is a fast growing segment of the total video surveillance solution offered by DVTEL.
With server-based video analytics, DVTEL's Latitude Network Video Management System (NVMS) enables the delivery of intelligent, real-time detection. The server-based video analytics solution (SVA) enables control room personnel to define whether an event requires response, and can dispatch security officers as required. Any camera connected to Latitude NVMS can be enabled with first-class video analytics.
“We are expanding user flexibility by offering our customers a choice between edge-based and server-based video analytics,” said Sagy Amit, DVTEL Sales Manager, Video Analytics. “Application requirements drive the approach that works best, and DVTEL now offers a choice of technologies to deliver a customized video analytics solution in the context of a seamless, integrated system.”
An existing Latitude site with any combination of DVTEL and/or third-party IP cameras can add server-based analytics using existing infrastructure and cabling. Smaller, remote sites with few channels or low bandwidth connectivity to a central command center can implement ioimage analytics for critical outdoor surveillance needs at utility sub-stations, water reservoirs, car dealerships, solar farms and more.
DVTEL will highlight the capabilities of its analytics portfolio and its integrations with DRS Technologies at booth no. 3619 at the ASIS International Seminar & Exhibits being held Sept. 24-26, 2013, at McCormick Place in Chicago.