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Since November 2019, when Vaion announced the general availability of Vaion vcore - the company’s video management system (VMS) - 8bh have sought to update their product with features that would make security operators and administrators more proactive, accurate, and faster than ever before. The company has launched vehicle tracking, a tool that highlights them on maps in real-time.

Next, they have integrated vcore with communication tools like Slack, Webex Teams, Google Hangouts (and more) via webhooks, so that information about unusual events and alarms is shared among operators and other team members instantly. They have followed up with real-time and historical people and vehicle counting and directional audio detection and search of sound events.

Detect unspecified loud noises

As an administrator, the user can assign roles with a specific set of permissions, as well as access to footage and cameras

With their last release, the company helps to improve collaboration and analysis with video bookmarks, as well as trigger notifications on counting areas using rules. Operators can now get immediate alerts on unidentified loud noises and identify the source of the sound. If necessary, security teams stop threatening actions before there’s damage made to properties, vehicles, or before someone gets hurt.

Loud noise detection is based on the sound levels received by all microphones on the vcam device which allows it to determine the direction the sound came from. Viaon uses roles and user groups to give access to vcore. As an administrator, the user can assign roles with a specific set of permissions, as well as access to footage and cameras. They can change the role and the permission for any given number of users or groups at any point.

User access management

In 2.0, the user can lock and unlock user accounts and have new options for enforcing password changes using different methods. For example, force users to change passwords on the next sign-in or send user(s) a password reset link via email. This way, they ensure that whenever there is a change in the configuration of the user’s team, they remove vulnerabilities and keep the system secure.

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