Published on 4 April, 2013
|AxxonSoft celebrates ten years of its journey at ISC West 2013
AxxonSoft celebrates its tenth birthday, launches a new version of Axxon Next VMS and offers a giveaway.
ISC West 2013 will be held in Las Vegas, United States, April 9th through 12th. It is one of the most appreciated security industry events and trade shows that attracts the entire security community including manufacturers, dealers/installers, integrators and end users of security products and services.
AxxonSoft team will celebrate with friends, business partners and customers at the stand 39003. Over the past 10 years the company has grown consistently and rapidly and has accomplished an astonishing domestic market share of 60%.
AxxonSoft employs over 300 highly skilled specialists, with 34 offices around the world. AxxonSoft VMS and PSIM power over 80 Safe City municipal surveillance projects, numerous airport and seaport security systems. The company supplies a range of custom security solutions for banks and retailers, gas stations and large enterprises globally.
This success has been made possible through a strong, loyal partnerships with leading security hardware vendors. It's no surprise that it partners: Pelco, Axis, Arecont Vision, Bosch, Sony, Dahua Technologies, 3S, Brickcom, Lilin, Vision, just to name a few, are celebrating together.
AxxonSoft and its partners will hold a giveaway to award an exciting prize to a lucky winner each day of the exhibition. One winner will receive a ready-built video surveillance solution based on innovative AxxonSoft software and partner company IP cameras.
At ISC West-2013, AxxonSoft will present the latest version of its Axxon Next open VMS platform, which allows creating infinitely scalable video surveillance systems of any level of complexity. New features have been added to make surveillance even more effective.
The Interactive 3D Map, for example, now supports immersion mode: a semi-transparent video overlay is placed on the map, and objects in the frame are aligned with their depictions on the building blueprints. Immersion mode that supports box and fisheye cameras makes monitoring more interactive, making it easy to see how in-frame object movement correlates with object movement in real space.
Camera layouts can now be of any size or arrangement: users can configure them in any way they want. Viewing tiles can fit video of any aspect ratio. This allows viewing panoramic images obtained by dewarping fisheye camera feeds. Dewarping is performed on the graphics card, which allows placing any reasonable number of fisheye cameras on a single screen without overloading the client CPU. This function includes support for ImmerVision panomorphic lenses as well.
This version of Axxon Next also implements Autozoom, which performs automatic digital zoom and following of moving objects. This is especially effective in conjunction with ePTZ cameras.
There is one more new feature of note: Axxon Next 3.1 has gained Green Stream technology, which among other features automatically picks the camera feed for client workstations that best matches the resolution of the current camera window. This helps to significantly reduce CPU usage and bandwidth consumption.
As at past events, the company's stand will also feature some of its most popular vertical solutions: POS Intellect and Auto Intellect.