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VIVOTEK unveils the latest vertical solutions at Intersec 2017

VIVOTEK to display the latest H.265 and complete vertical solutions VIVOTEK, a global IP surveillance provider, announces a showcase of the latest vertical solutions at Intersec 2017, taking place from January 22 to 24 at the Dubai International Convention and Exhibition Centre. VIVOTEK’s booth (#SA-G25) will display the latest H.265 and complete vertical solutions along with the fruits of this leading brand’s successful cooperation and partnership through comprehe...

Intersec 2017 to be attended by leading solutions providers focussing on IP-based video surveillance solutions

Intersec 2017 focusses on IP-based video surveillance for retail sector offering The rise of IoT (Internet of Things), and its convergence with video analytics is set to have a profound impact on the Middle East video surveillance industry, as the regional security sector’s traditional boundaries continue to blur. Global security solutions providers at the upcoming Intersec 2017 trade show in Dubai said the retail sector is one of many industry verticals where video sur...

iOmniscient, Ajilon partner to develop solutions for safer and smarter communities

With recently signed MoU, iOmniscient and Ajilon exhibited together for first time at 2015 Asia Pacific Cities Summit in Brisbane iOmniscient, the leader in providing intelligent analytics solutions, is proud to announce our partnership with Ajilon, a leading Australian IT consultancy firm. iOmniscient's smart solutions are offered hand-in-hand with Ajilon's excellence in deployment of such solutions to ensure successful implementation of Smart Video, Sound and Smell Analytics...

JFC Solutions to represent ISONAS in Canada

ISONAS has strengthened its sales team by bringing JFC Solutions on board ISONAS Inc., a leading pure IP access control system manufacturer, recently announced the selection of JFC Solutions, a top manufacturer’s representative firm to represent them in Canada.  ISONAS has strengthened its sales team by bringing JFC Solutions on board to increase its penetration into the Canadian market. For over 18 years, JFC Solutions has represented high profile manufacturers suc...

Addressing false alarms in video analytics

Improvements in the technology have lowered – but not eliminated – concerns about false alarms False alarms have plagued the video analytics market since the beginning. Improvements in the technology have lowered – but not eliminated – concerns about false alarms. Companies providing video analytics systems say the question isn’t whether false alarms can be eliminated, but rather how they can be managed. “We’re still very far away fro...

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...

iOmniscient low resolution cameras for automated recognition

"The better the sensors, the better a human can see," agrees Dr Rustom Kanga, CEO of iOmniscient. "However high resolution cameras require more computing power, bandwidth and storage”. His company has therefore ensured they can do very comprehensive analytics with very low resolution cameras using higher resolution selectively only when it is necessary for automated recognition. For instance if a bag is abandoned in a very busy location where it is significantly obscured by passersby, iOm...

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...

Taking another look at video analytics

Video analytics allow users to automate the use of video and extract more value Almost anyone in the video analytics market will admit that the capabilities of the technology were initially oversold. The first generation of analytics simply didn’t work as promised, and an undercurrent of distrust of the technology in general still haunts the market. Ironically, video analytics capabilities have now matured into a robust and dependable option for a variety of applications...

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...

iOmniscient security software helps protect ATMs against skimming fraud at the Qatar International Islamic Bank

iOmniscient uses its patented IQ-180 software to detect a skimming device placed on the ATM ATM fraud is a major problem for any bank. Fraudsters use little transparent plastic devices which are virtually invisible to the human eye to skim information off the credit cards of unsuspecting bank customers. iOmniscient has solved this problem for the Qatar International Islamic Bank. Using its patented IQ-180 software the system can detect a skimming device placed on the ATM....

iOmniscient and CISCO provide Facial Recognition System to University of San Francisco

iOmniscient’s Facial RecognitionSystem can recognise multiple facesin crowded and uncontrolled scenes iOmniscient has successfully installed its Facial Recognition Software in conjunction with Cisco’s Video Management platform at the University of San Francisco, California, to improve physical security in residence halls. USF required a technology that could accurately manage access to their halls of residence halls without being intrusive and causing an...