With the integration between Infinova IP and megapixel cameras and NICE Systems' NiceVision, Infinova dealers and integrators will be able to integrate real-time analysis, IP networking, recording and management to enable automatic threat detection, instant verification, event resolution and effective investigation in their customers' video surveillance solutions.
"Using Infinova's popular IP and megapixel cameras in tandem with NiceVision, users can focus on fast and informed decision-making, instead of monotonous detection tasks, enabling the timely management of suspicious events before they become serious incidents," says Mark S. Wilson, Infinova vice president, marketing.
The NICE video surveillance solution enables the capture of security, safety and operational data from multiple sensors and systems, including audio, video, radio, Web and more. It offers content analysis for immediate and relevant insights and provides a framework for fusing data silos into a single, holistic view, delivering real-time situational awareness and incident management. The NICE offering provides real-time capabilities for handling security events to mitigate and prevent risk, as well as faster, more accurate and reliable post-event investigation capabilities.
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LP Network, dba Security Source, a loss prevention company that provides lock and hardware, video surveillance, and access control products, has acquired the assets of video surveillance solutions provider Martco.
May 16, 2013
In response to last month’s Boston Marathon bombings, Will Electronics will host the Citywide Surveillance Expo to discuss the role public surveillance plays in identifying and apprehending perpetrators.
May 14, 2013
Innovative Security Designs (ISD) has collaborated with Milestone Systems to become the first camera partner to offer Milestone Arcus video management software (VMS) embedded in its edge devices.
May 9, 2013
In an effort to help increase security for the Indianapolis 500 and the OneAmerica 500 Festival Mini-Marathon, the owners of Koorsen Fire & Security (KFS) and Koorsen Security Technologies (KST) have donated a $20,000 mobile security camera system to the city of Indianapolis.
May 9, 2013
With the goal to deter crime in certain areas, as well as capture video of criminal activity, the Dauphin County Crimes Task Force will install 10 wireless cameras throughout this city.