Pedro Vasco Simoes
Customers of IndigoVision will now be able to access advanced facial recognition technology following the announcement of a new partnership with AnyVision. The new partnership will see AnyVision’s renowned Better Tomorrow software being integrated with IndigoVision’s Control Center, its innovative security management solution. Trusted by customers around the world for over 25 years, IndigoVision is committed to keeping customers at the forefront of security innovations and the new integration with Tel Aviv-based AnyVision is a powerful new addition to its portfolio of cutting-edge solutions. The new integration will see data records from AnyVision’s facial recognition functionality being seamlessly sent into Control Center, enabling the fast and accurate identification of missing or wanted persons, even in large crowds. AI-based person recognition software Pedro Simoes, Chief Executive of IndigoVision, said: “Our goal is to help our customers utilise and enjoy the benefits of the very latest security innovations and so we’re delighted to be working with AnyVision which is at the forefront of self-learning AI-based person recognition software. “Ideal for government, police, casino and airport sites, their facial recognition software overcomes challenges around poor light conditions and different angles of view to deliver incredible accuracy and detection rates for our customers.” “IndigoVision and AnyVision share a partnership built on true innovation in the security sector,” said Eylon Etshtein, CEO of AnyVision. “We value both their position and reputation in the marketplace and look forward to creating solutions that will bring about a better tomorrow.”
Developer of complete end-to-end video security solutions, IndigoVision, along with their authorised partner, Boston Networks and valued technology partner, Dell Technologies, has provided Social Bite with a security system for their Social Bite Village. Social Bite is on a mission to build a collaborative movement to end homelessness in Scotland, thanks to recent fundraising efforts the Social Bite Village has become one of their many projects to help achieve this goal. The idea is to bring people from all walks of life in Scotland together to ensure that no one ends up homeless. The Social Bite Village aims to provide a low cost, innovative and safe environment for up to 20 people for 12-18 months. Residents will be provided with the support, community and skills required to get their life back on track, including work placement opportunities and employability support. After the 12-18 months period expires, the residents will transition to permanent accommodation and receive support in gaining employment, supporting their return to society. As one group of residents leaves the village, another can then enter and begin their journey. Residents will be selected from individuals in temporary and unsupported accommodation. The ambition behind this project is to create a full circle solution to the issue of homelessness – from housing to support to employment. IndigoVision is proud to have been a part of a project that will contribute with such a positive change in Scotland" Site surveillance IndigoVision, Boston Networks and Dell Technologies have worked together to help Social Bite reach their goal by installing a security system to provide surveillance for the village site, specifically during the evening hours to ensure all people on site were kept safe. Commenting on our involvement with this project IndigoVision’s Chief Executive Officer, Pedro Simoes, said “IndigoVision is proud to have been a part of a project that will contribute with such a positive change in Scotland. It’s been a great privilege to work along with Boston Networks and Dell Technologies to provide the Social Bite Village with innovation that makes you safe.” Vandal-resistant minidome cameras As part of the installation, IndigoVision provided 11 state-of-the-art BX HD vandal-resistant minidome cameras, which deliver high-quality video and audio in all environmental conditions. Boston Networks provided a survey of the Granton Road site, following which they laid cabling and set up point-to-point links to provide backhaul connectivity to support the network, before installing the cameras and configuring the security system. Purdicom and InfiNet, Boston Networks’s distribution and wireless partners, provided the back-to-back wireless kit and license. IndigoVision, Boston Networks and Dell Technologies have gone above and beyond in supporting Social Bite to create the Social Bite Village" Hybrid NVR workstation Finally, a Hybrid NVR workstation, which allows Social Bite to save recordings from the site, and a workstation monitor have been provided by Dell Technologies to complete the security system. Founder of Social Bite, Josh Littlejohn MBE, said: "Companies such as IndigoVision, Boston Networks and Dell Technologies have gone above and beyond in supporting Social Bite to create the Social Bite Village in Granton, Edinburgh. We are deeply thankful - your contribution will help ensure that we are able to support people towards independence, changing lives for the better."
IndigoVision, developer of complete end-to-end video security solutions, has announced a product release that allows users to maximise their security systems potential. This release includes the latest version of their Security Management Solution Control Center, a new cyber-security innovation, CyberVigilant in Camera, the Integra all-in-one device, and three additional products which strengthen their existing security offering. IndigoVision’s Control Center has long been regarded in the industry as the best, from its bulletproof nature to search and review forensic features; the software is intuitive and easy to use. The release of v15.2 is no exception with the introduction of Dynamic Profile Switching and improved support for analytics, both of which enable Control Center to grow with any business. One can view and manage multi-site installations easily from a central location using Integra View Workstation CyberVigilant and Integra CyberVigilant in Camera takes cyber-security technology within the industry to the next level. This unique and innovative cyber-security offering is a fantastic addition to IndigoVision’s cyber range. Users receive notifications direct to their Control Center user interface in the event that a cyber-attack takes place. IndigoVision’s Integra provides users with a Control Room in a box by combining Control Center, an NVR and the License Server into a single device. It is perfect for small to medium sites such as Retail, Education, Banking and Hospitality. One can view and manage multi-site installations easily from a central location using Integra View Workstation. IndigoVision’s existing security offering has also been further strengthened by the introduction of their new 200 Channel NVR-AS 4000, BX HD PTZ Dome Camera and a BX 4MP Microdome Camera Addressing potential issues IndigoVision’s existing security offering has also been further strengthened by the introduction of their new 200 Channel NVR-AS 4000, BX HD PTZ Dome Camera and a BX 4MP Microdome Camera, which is available in two variants. Each of these products uses the latest technology in the industry to provide users with the best options for their security systems. edro Simoes, IndigoVision’s CEO, said, “The six products we are releasing are greatly enriching IndigoVision’s security solutions offering." "Each product enables our customers to address different market segments, always maintaining a focus on quality and important considerations such as cyber-security, to ensure potential issues are being addressed.” Integration and unique Distributed Network Architecture are what make IndigoVision an industry-leading video security solution Enhanced cybersecurity IndigoVision has more than 15,000 installations globally in markets including airports, casinos, education, government, health and industrial. In each one of these installations continual technology development, specifically in cyber-security are crucial to user safety. It is essential that users can maximise their security systems potential by adapting to said threats and that is exactly what this latest release from IndigoVision enables. Combined with their commitment to open standards, integration and unique Distributed Network Architecture are what make IndigoVision an industry-leading video security solution.
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