3VR Security Inc. News

Video analytics: On the server or at the edge?

Analytics at the edge provide the ability to process what is happening in a field of view and discern if a relevant alert is triggered There are multiple benefits to using video analytics at the edge (i.e., near or inside the camera). For one thing, analytics at the edge provides the ability to process what is happening in a field of view and discern if a relevant alert is triggered. This can be faster and less expensive than the original video analytics model of using a separ...

Video analytics applications in retail - beyond security

Video analytics isn’t just for security. In general, the ability to leverage data from video provides a new wealth of information and “intelligence” about all aspects of the business. The retail vertical is leading the way in reaping the benefits of video analytics beyond the security function.   There are two reasons retailers have taken advantage of video analytics far more than other vertical markets. First, retailers generally face more theft than a...

Video Analytics for forensics: Analytics-based forensic evidence collection

Intelligent searches of video archives provide investigators faster access to any needed video clip That video analytics can be immensely useful in forensics is relatively less known. However, forensic search capabilities offered by some modern video analytics solutions can not only save investigators significant amounts of time but also help them find results more accurately. These solutions leverage facial recognition and advanced object tracking, demographic analytics, lice...

Razberi Technologies relocates to Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex

The new building provides added space to address the company’s phenomenal growth over the last three years Due to continued rapid growth, Razberi Technologies — a leading developer of network video solutions for professional video surveillance and security applications — has moved to a much larger facility within the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex. The new Razberi Technologies headquarters — located at 13755 Hutton Drive, Suite 500, in Farmers Branch, Tex...

High quality images maximise video analytics success

The better the sensors, the better the analytics Garbage in, garbage out. The familiar cliché is just as applicable to the area of video analytics as any other field of computing. You simply must have a high-quality image in order to achieve a high-functioning analytics system. The good news is that video cameras, which are the sensors in video analytics systems, are providing images that are better than ever, offering higher quality – and more data – for us...

Multiple high-value markets are embracing video analytics

The aviation and transportation industries are using video analytics to provide operational cost savings and performance enhancement Video analytics are now increasingly being used for the critical infrastructure, airports, transportation and city surveillance sectors, among other high-value markets. These markets need robust video analytics solutions that can be integrated into an overall security solution to deliver totally reliable results without any significant level of n...

3VR announces Bruce Nisbet as Director of Sales for the Western U.S. Region

Nisbet will be responsible for managing all aspects of the sales process in western North America 3VR, the video intelligence company, recently announced that Bruce Nisbet has been named the new Director of Sales for the Western U.S. Region. Nisbet will be responsible for managing all aspects of the sales process in western North America, including channel management, new customer acquisition, end user development, and management of the field sales teams. He will be serving t...

3VR welcomes Jeff Karnes as its Senior Vice President of Marketing

Karnes previously held executive and senior leadership roles at Yahoo!, WebEx, Virage, and Cinebase Software 3VR, the video intelligence company, recently announced that Jeff Karnes has been named Senior Vice President of Marketing and will spearhead the company’s retail analytics initiative. "Jeff joins 3VR at an important time," said Al Shipp, CEO of 3VR. "His impressive background in video technology and ability to work across a range of industries will be tremendous...

3VR launches its line of in-store video analytics at NRF Conference and Expo 2014

3VR VisionPoint Retail Analytics transforms raw data from surveillance video into real-time, actionable insights 3VR, the video intelligence company, recently announced the launch of a line of in-store video analytics at the National Retail Federation 103rd Annual Convention & Expo. 3VR VisionPoint Retail Analytics generate incredible value for brick-and-mortar merchants by transforming raw data from surveillance video into real-time, actionable insights. "3VR was our top...

3VR and BCDVideo announces the availability of 3VR’s VisionPoint VMS on BCDVideo’s Evo and Nova Series

BCDVideo’s Nova Series powered by HP is designed specifically for enterprise IP video surveillance applications 3VR, the video intelligence company, and BCDVideo™, a global provider of IP security storage and intelligent building network solutions, announced recently the availability of 3VR’s VisionPoint™ VMS video management software on BCDVideo’s Evo Series and Nova Series video recording servers. The partnership will enable 3VR and BCDVideo to...

3VR announces the debut of hybrid and network video recorders at ASIS 2013 in Chicago

Each NVR and hybrid NVR is optimised for the bundled VisionPoint VMS delivering superior video management 3VR, the video intelligence company, recently announced the debut of five new high-performance hybrid and network video recorders (NVRs) at the ASIS International Seminar and Exhibits in Chicago. The 1000-5000-series recorders are scalable, enterprise-class solutions, offering unmatched forensic search and case management capabilities, and the ability to easily add integra...

3VR launches 1000, 3000 and 4000-series of hybrid and network video recorders

3VR, the video intelligence company, announced recently the launch of the 1000, 3000 and 4000-series of hybrid and network video recorders (NVRs), adding three models to the company’s new line of video security hardware. The security video recorders are scalable enterprise solutions, with live video viewing, forensic search, case management on a single system, including the ability to easily add integrated analytics. Each model offers performance and price points to suit every need: 10...