Honeywell announced a technology integration with Intel that will enable new artificial intelligence (AI) capabilities in its MAXPRO® connected security platform. The new security platform, which will support MAXPRO Network Video Recorders (NVR) and Video Management Systems (VMS), will incorporate Intel® Vision products that enable advanced analytics, deep learning and facial recognition capabilities. These greatly enhanced security solutions will drive cost and time savings by significantly reducing false alarms and will meet compliance requirements such as General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) through identity anonymisation. Commercial building security “Ensuring the security of commercial buildings and the safety of those within them has always been Honeywell’s top priority,” said Pete Lau, President, Commercial Security, Honeywell. “With emerging technology like analytics, facial recognition and deep learning, Honeywell and Intel are connecting buildings and protecting people like never before.” End users require a solution that combines both building security and IT systems to address the challenge Advances in security and surveillance technology have increased demand for high-definition video and imaging offered by Internet Protocol (IP) cameras. The video surveillance global market is estimated to exceed $68 billion by 2023. At the same time, the technology to properly process the surge in vision data has lagged. End users require a solution that combines both building security and IT systems to address the challenge. AI capabilities and enhanced site security The integration of Intel Vision Products into the Honeywell MAXPRO NVR and VMS products will result in solutions that enhance site security and operator productivity. These integrated, customisable products will accelerate the processing time of each video stream and increase the number of cameras that can stream in real time through a single device. The adoption of Intel® Vision Accelerator Design products will provide Honeywell’s security offerings with advanced AI capabilities with computational efficiency, allowing them to analyse video data with improved detection accuracy. Securing buildings, campuses and banks The Honeywell MAXPRO solution allows customers to process and analyse visual data" “With rapid advances in AI technology fuelled by the influx of enormous amounts of visual data, our customers are presented with powerful new opportunities in multiple areas including edge video analytics and security,” said Jonathan Ballon, Vice President, Intel Internet of Things Group. “The Honeywell MAXPRO solution, powered by Intel Vision Products, allows customers to process and analyse visual data in near real-time to make decisions faster, drive faster time to results and help ensure secure buildings, campus environments and banking institutions.” OpenVINO™ toolkit Beyond the software and hardware integrations, the partnership will also leverage the Intel® Distribution of OpenVINO™ toolkit, which fast tracks the development of computer vision and deep learning inference into vision applications. Through the toolkit, end users can accelerate computer vision performance, shorten vision solution development, and streamline deep learning inference and deployment. The toolkit’s deep learning capabilities will support Honeywell’s Face Recognition analytics, providing another layer of detail in the software that allows it to learn faces of known entities in an organisation. The software is also capable of removing face recognition data it doesn’t recognise in compliance with GDPR requirements. Intel IoT RFP Ready Kits are focused technology offerings that solve a class of market problems IoT Solutions Alliance Honeywell will join the Intel IoT Solutions Alliance (ISA) and participate in Intel IoT RFP Ready Kits. A global organisation comprised of more than 250 technology companies, ISA is dedicated to the development of scalable IoT and machine internet solutions. Intel IoT RFP Ready Kits are focused technology offerings that solve a class of market problems, have been deployed and tested in the field, and provide bundled hardware, software and support. The technology is designed to grow with customer requirements. Honeywell MAXPRO and Face Recognition are among a suite of vision security solutions alongside Xtralis LoiterTrace, an image analysis tool that identifies and tracks suspicious activity, and Xtralis IntrusionTrace, a video analytics program for real-time intrusion detection. The solutions suite is ideal for high traffic, sensitive environments including enterprise campuses, pharmaceutical companies, and banking and financial institutions.
Honeywell will highlight its latest security and fire products at ISC West 2019, April 10-12 in Las Vegas. Attendees can test and learn more about security and fire solutions with streamlined operational efficiency that provide automated control, real-time response, predictive analytics and flexible integration that ultimately help reduce operational costs and increase revenue for end users. “Safety and security are critical aspects of the connected building,” said Pete Lau, President, Honeywell Commercial Security. “We pair the latest advancements in hardware and software to provide customers with integrated security solutions that help keep people and places safe and secure. We are working to develop powerful, comprehensive security products that are easy to integrate and manage from anywhere.” OmniAssure Touch access control readers Honeywell will feature its first all-in-one BDA system, an emergency communication solution Honeywell’s integrated technologies demonstrate all aspects of its security and life safety systems in a single location, providing end users with a comprehensive picture for decision making. Among the technologies on display include OmniAssure Touch, a new range of passive intent access control readers compatible with Honeywell's existing security suites including WINMAG, WIN-PAK and Pro-Watch. Honeywell will also feature its first all-in-one Bi-Directional Amplifier (BDA) system, an emergency communication solution that minimises response time under critical situations with full support across Honeywell’s family of life safety brands. “Honeywell is highly focussed on delivering life safety innovations that leverage connectivity to help create a smarter and safer world,” said Samir Jain, Product Marketing Leader, Honeywell Fire. “Our objective is to equip customers with life safety systems that provide the earliest detection, enable the fastest response as well as centralise decision making and management.” Featured security technologies include: OmniAssure Touch, a range of access control readers that provide security against credential cloning and reader tampering, increase operator productivity when deploying mobile credentials and is interoperable with a range of credential technologies and panel communication protocols. The passive intent access control readers help people get into an area faster – just with the touch of a finger – no swiping of a card or a phone is necessary. MAXPRO Network Video Recorders (NVR), an open, flexible and scalable IP video surveillance system that supports simultaneous recording, live monitoring, and search and system management for up to 128 IP cameras. equIP series cameras, a family of IP video security cameras that feature low-light capability, a simplified user experience and quick installation for use in enterprise installations. NDAA Compliant Cameras and Recorders, a complete line of NDAA-compliant cameras, recorders, viewers and mobile app with end-to-end video encryption. ADPRO iFT Gateway, a low-cost IP video multi-service platform offering four IP channels of video transmission with the option to easily add ADPRO analytics and event recording via MicroSD card; the platform is ideal for small to medium business applications with full remote monitoring, command and control from anywhere via the ADPRO mobile app, iTrace. Featured fire technologies include: SWIFT with Activation and Notification, is a complete Class A commercial wireless fire detection system that detects and responds to a fire like its wired counterparts while providing installation flexibility in a wireless format. OSI-R Reflective Smoke Imaging Beam Detector designed specifically for large, open spaces that pose unique challenges to traditional fire detection due to environmental nature and limitations. Bi-Directional Amplifier/ERCES (BDA), emergency communication system designed to enhance in-building radio frequency in challenging environments during crucial moments to ensure the safety of first responders and lives of those they rescue. Unified Notification Platform (UNP), a mass notification ecosystem solution that enables the efficient sharing of important information during a critical situation by centralising fragmented systems and process into one platform. PS Series, a line of power supplies that adds more flexibility and variety for meeting installation and servicing requirements that is available through the Honeywell family of brands, including: Fire-Lite, Silent Knight, Farenhyt Series, GW/FCI and NOTIFIER.
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