Articles by Murat Altuev
Developers have made huge strides in the effectiveness, convenience, and reliability of the technologies used in video surveillance AxxonSoft 2014/2015 Review and Forecast:Video technology began with simple CCTV systems, but these systems have gradually become more sophisticated, offering both scene analytics and forensic post-analysis. The payoff is found in today's smart security systems. Video analytics are in use today in real-world conditions – on motorways, underground systems, railroads, stadiums, factories, and as part of Safe City projects. Simultaneously, great strides have been made in integrating video surveillance systems, access control, fire/security alarms, point-of-sale devices, perimeter security hardware, and other equipment. Specialised industry-specific solutions have been developed for the needs of business, government, and infrastructure operators. Related to video surveillance, developers have made huge strides in the effectiveness, convenience, and reliability of the technologies used in video surveillance. Analysis quality has leaped forward as well. But have developers thought about how to make these accomplishments relevant and function flawlessly for enterprise-class sites? The answer, of course, is that we can meet this challenge. But to do so, platforms must take into account the needs of larger systems by intelligently adjusting CPU loads, processing massive amounts of diverse information in a high-quality way, automating system processes as much as possible, centralising management and monitoring at a single hub, etc. Where do we go from here? At AxxonSoft, developers have addressed two pools of new technologies in our latest software version: The first pool includes tools to manage IT infrastructure and massive data flows, including multi-domain monitoring, video recompression using our Motion Wavelet codec, support for external storage, support for video replication between archives, etc. The second pool of new technologies streamlines the work of operators. To support timely and accurate decision-making, we have implemented such technologies as customisable macros for automated and semi-automated reactions to system events, Tag&Track Pro for concurrent trajectory tracking of objects that move between the field of view of multiple cameras, and integration of edge metadata generated by cameras with the metadata generated by our Axxon Next software. See the full coverage of 2014/2015 Review and Forecast articles here
The new All-over-IP topics helped leading global brands stand out on the show floor and highlight the new value for their sales partners All-over-IP Expo 2015, Russia's premier IP event since 2008, welcomed over 4200 local security and IT professionals to Sokolniki Moscow to explore the latest innovations and hear from the best in the industry over two amazing days on November 18 and 19. Sponsored by AxxonSoft, Milestone Systems, Hikvision, Basler AG, Quantum, Dahua, Bosch, GNS/ONCOM, Electronica. Bringing back a sense of awe and wonder: More than 180 leading brands from 20 countries showcased the latest technology to efficiently utilise IT infrastructure and secure assets and people. With the new converged show environment, visitors explored the vast transformation of the IP industry. Identity management, IP access control, open platforms, HD/4K surveillance, video analytics, data storage, IP networks and the cloud were capturing the show floor. Among other exciting debuts, 2N, Canon, Commend, Lex Computech, Morpho, Quantum, Seagate, Vingtor-Stentofon joined the exhibition to accelerate the local IP industry change. Reshaping partner ecosystems: The new All-over-IP topics corresponded to the fastest growing markets in Russia for 2016, and helped leading global brands stand out on the show floor and highlight the new value for their sales partners. Bringing a new definition to developing sales networks, All-over-IP Expo 2015 launched a special initiative having verified and attracted over 1500 key local sales partners to ensure global brands could win and grow in Russia together with the right channel. The number of appointments scheduled online for the show exceeded 8000. Forward thinkers sharing ideas: Visitors took part in education sessions from over 100 industry experts, including Allied Telesis, Basler AG, Bosch, Dahua, Dell, EMC, Hitachi, MOBOTIX, Nedap, Oracle, Quantum, Schneider Electric, Seagate, Sony, Synology, Western Digital to name just a few. Insights for a new era of innovation were delivered to a captivated audience across seven theatres: Identity Management & Access Control; Intelligent Video 2.0/Machine Vision; Storage, Networks, Cloud; Smart City; Bosch Academy; Dahua Academy, Global Keynote Theatre. Due to the new topics and brands introduced in 2015, the percentage of new visitors reached 67%. This is not sci-fi: For two days, inspirational speakers were arguing on the future of the Internet of Things, Smart Cities and Intelligent Buildings that will hit the industry by 2020. Futurists included Peter Lindström from Axis Communications, Andrey Khristophorov from AxxonSoft, Jaroslav Barton from HID Global, Igor Rudym from Intel, Eugenia Ostrovskaya from KiwiSecurity, Maarten Mijwaart from Nedap, Anders Johansson from Milestone Systems and Wayne Arvidson from Quantum. Memoori Founder and MD Jim McHale made a great impression sharing how the IoT would revolutionise physical security and intelligent buildings by 2018. Redesigning IP business: CEO Summit saw big names from big companies take to the stage. AxxonSoft President Murat Altuev talked about his startup days covering most prominent risings and failures. Bosch Director Business Development Klaus Lienland advised on how security and IT integrators could benefit from Industry 4.0. AAM Systems MD Vadim Borisov presented on the global access control trends taking ground locally. Vicon VP Mark Provinsal and Hikvision Marketing Director Ksenia Elokhina stepped forward in time to consider the video surveillance industry of 2016 and beyond. Take advantage of All-over-IP 2016 Russia early-bird prices until December 18, 2015 and book stands, timeslots and sponsorship today!
The integration allows the direct execution of object-tracking at front-end VIVOTEK network cameras VIVOTEK is delighted to announce that the integration of AxxonSoft's video content analysis "AnalyticVideo Tracker" function with the VIVOTEK Application Development Platform (VADP) has been successfully completed. Designed for tracking objects by characteristics, the "AnalyticVideo Tracker" can identify various types of objects (individual people, groups of people, or vehicles) and transmit the detected information, i.e. metadata to AxxonSoft's video management software (VMS), Axxon Next, and Axxon Intellect Enterprise for further analysis and reporting. VIVOTEK's VADP an advanced open platform In early 2014, in order to expand its cameras' benefits and create further added-value for customers, VIVOTEK introduced VIVOTEK VADP, an open platform for integrating video analytic functionality within its cameras. Using this advanced but flexible platform, video content analysis functions like object counting, line detection, field detection, face detection, heat map, and so on can be directly installed onto VIVOTEK cameras. Now, the integration of VIVOTEK VADP and AnalyticVideo Tracker allows the direct execution of object-tracking at front-end VIVOTEK network cameras, enabling a drastic decrease of CPU loading at the back-end server and creating greater efficiency across the entire surveillance system. Integration with AxxonSoft's AnalyticVideo Tracker Murat Altuev, President of AxxonSoft said, "This successful integration is absolutely an outstanding achievement. Our customers can now enjoy effective and efficient video content analysis without increasing the back-end CPU loading and sacrificing the performance of their surveillance. Thanks to VIVOTEK, together we are able to provide our customers with a smart solution, maintaining stability and agility while providing advanced analytics of video content." William Ku, Vice President, Brand Business Division, VIVOTEK said: "We're delighted to see this great integration of our VADP with AxxonSoft's video content analysis functions. The realisation of in-camera video content analysis and the seamless interoperability between our VADP and AnalyticVideo Tracker certainly fulfills our ongoing goal of bringing substantial benefits to our valued customers worldwide." Live demonstration at MIPS 2015 The successful integration of VADP and AnalyticVideo Tracker will be demonstrated live using VIVOTEK's MD8531H mobile dome network camera from April 13-16 in Moscow at MIPS 2015, an international exhibition for the security and fire safety industry. Come visit the VIVOTEK booth and find out more information about this and other exciting developments.
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