Video Insight - a leading developer of enterprise IP video surveillance software and security products - introduces the new ADVIDIA P-Series, a high-performance IP camera line designed to deliver a new level of efficiency, and unparalleled streaming performance to meet customer needs in high-end installation deployments. The P-Series offers The P-Series consists of 4 different network cameras which include the ADVIDIA P-24 dome camera with 1080p full HD H.264 video at 60 fps; ADVIDIA P-25 weatherproof full HD bullet; ADVIDIA P-3360-OD a 3.1 MP 360° dome camera with 1080p full HD H.264; and ADVIDIA P-240 a 2.4 MP dome PTZ. Similar to all other models in the ADVIDIA portfolio, the new ADVIDIA P-Series are pre-bundled with award-winning enterprise VMS software from Video Insight making it a complete enterprise video surveillance solution. Designed for outdoor and indoor environments The new ADVIDIA P-Series models are designed for outdoor and demanding indoor environments, and are ideal for 24/7 video surveillance of schools, parking lots, public squares, and others. “We’re excited to launch the new ADVIDIA P-Series,” said Video Insight Chief Executive Officer Robert Shaw. “This new camera line was developed to cater for a variety of customer needs. It is the perfect line for customers looking for a high-end installation offering, superb image quality, and a cost-effective way for volume deployments.” New ADVIDIA product line: ADVIDIA P-24 is a dome camera with 1080p full HD H.264 video at 60 fps performance. The vandal resistant (IP66) dome camera can capture clear, color images under low light conditions. The high performance wide dynamic range (133 dB), provides outstanding performance even in the most challenging lighting conditions. ADVIDIA P-25 is a bullet camera with 1080p full HD H.264 video at 60 fps performance. Its wide dynamic range and weatherproof housing allow the P-25 to be used in any environment, day and night. ADVIDIA P-3360-OD is a 3.1 MP 360° vandal resistant dome camera with 1080p full HD H.264 video at 30 fps performance. That has the capabilities of multi-view streaming with dewarped views in camera. ADVIDIA P-240 is a 2.4 MP outdoor PTZ with 1080p full HD H.264 video at 30 fps performance. It comes with a 30x optical zoom, eye-lid mechanism and rain-wash coated dome.
Visitors to ISC West 2015 can learn more by meeting with security video experts from both companies Viakoo, a leader in video surveillance network management, and Video Insight, a leader in video management systems (VMS) for surveillance, recently announced a seamless integration between their two solutions. The best-in-breed combination offers the advanced functionality of Video Insight’s VMS, paired with Viakoo’s capability to discover and resolve network issues that impact the security video stream performance and stability. Both companies are at ISC West to demonstrate the benefits of their solution. “With their wide range of features and benefits, Video Insight is an excellent VMS to integrate with the Viakoo solution,” said Bud Broomhead, CEO, Viakoo. “Their track record of bringing meaningful innovation to this market is perfectly in alignment with our objective of improving the reliability and dependability of all video systems.” SaaS solution The partnership between Viakoo and Video Insight addresses the vital need to eliminate downtime in today’s mission-critical video surveillance systems. From both a safety and operational perspective, downtime creates security, safety, and legal issues, in addition to impacting profitability derived from analysis of the video streams. Viakoo’s easy-to-deploy SaaS solution helps to ensure uptime, stability, and optimal performance of the security video network. “Our focus is on schools and campuses, where safety and security are paramount and there is no tolerance for downtime,” said J. Robert Shaw, CEO of Video Insight. “Integrating the Viakoo solution with our VMS optimises the reliability of the video systems where it is deployed, assuring that crucial video is not lost or compromised.” Visitors to ISC West 2015 can learn more by meeting with security video experts from both companies. Video Insight is in Booth #23067, and Viakoo is hosting demonstrations at Bellini Room #2001A.
Visitors will get an opportunity to see how to save time and labour costs with the new camera configuration tool Video Insight, a leading developer of enterprise IP video surveillance software, will showcase new features for VI Monitor v6 at ISC West 2015 in Las Vegas, Nevada. Hosted at the Sands Expo Center, ISC West is the leading event in the United States for the security industry, bringing together over 1,000 exhibitors and brands for over 28,000 security professionals. In-depth demonstration: Attendees interested in learning more about Video Insight’s latest release, will have an opportunity to do so by visiting booth #23067. The Video Insight team will offer visitors an in-depth demonstration and the opportunity to speak with account specialists about the new integrated access control functionality, how to save time and labour costs with new camera configuration tools available, and large site server/camera organisation with the use of v6 resource groups. In addition, this year Video Insight is offering training and certification during the following times: April 15 @ 11AM: How to Leverage Integrated Access Control in the New Video Insight v6 April 15 @ 2PM: How to Leverage Integrated Access Control in the New Video Insight v6 April 16 @ 11AM: How to Leverage Integrated Access Control in the New Video Insight v6 April 16 @ 2PM: How to Leverage Integrated Access Control in the New Video Insight v6 “This year we’re excited to come to ISC West as a member of the Panasonic Group. ISC West provides a great opportunity to reach out to existing partners, solution providers, decision makers and leaders in the security community. With such a diverse assortment of attendees, ISC West allows our team to interact and learn about our partners and customer needs, future requests and get great feedback in the process,” said Robert Shaw, CEO of Video Insight. “Video Insight v6 has made a major leap forward with integrated access control and we will be using ISC West as a chance to highlight many of what the new release has to offer.”
The acquisition is part of Panasonic’s strategy to expand business opportunities in the North American education market Panasonic Corporation of North America recently announced that it has entered into an agreement to acquire all shares of Houston, TX-based Video Insight, Inc., a leading developer of video management software, as part of its strategy to expand business opportunities for both companies in the education market in North America. Founded in 2002, Video Insight provides enterprise-class video management solutions for security systems to over 25,000 customers in the financial, government, retail and transportation sectors as well as 6,500 K-12 school and college customers. Panasonic Group has set a clear target of reaching 10 trillion yen in sales by 2018, and B2B solutions, including security systems and video surveillance, will play an important part in achieving this high growth globally. As customer needs in the video surveillance market become more diversified, video management software with the ability to easily integrate multiple devices will become even more important. Adding Video Insight to the Panasonic Group enhances the Panasonic portfolio and broadens its reach into education. “We’re excited and honoured to partner with the Panasonic Group,” said Chief Executive Officer J. Robert Shaw. “We believe this partnership will help us accelerate innovation, enhance product development and allow us to provide our customers with better security solutions for years to come.” As part of the agreement, Video Insight will remain under the strong leadership of its founders J. Robert Shaw and James Whitcomb to continue to evolve the open platform system which today supports over 2,500 camera models from over 100 manufacturers and integrates across the most popular access control platforms.
Video Insight to donate $1 million in grants to underfunded school systems across the United States Due to the incredible success of its 2014 School Security In-Kind Grant program, Video Insight – a leading developer of enterprise IP video surveillance software – has increased the program fourfold for 2015 and will donate $1 million in grants to underfunded school systems across the United States. “We started this grant program last year in an effort to help schools and colleges that have limited or no video surveillance protection in place to combat the continued violent acts and threats they face on a day-to-day basis,” said Video Insight Chief Executive Officer Robert Shaw. “While we were aware that many campuses simply do not have the funds to provide the security they need, we were overwhelmed by the response to our program and the absolute need for basic video surveillance protection which is why we are increasing the number of grants for 2015.” The 2015 Video Insight School Security In-Kind Grant program will donate 50 video surveillance grants valued at $20,000 each to school and college applicants from across the United States. Each grant recipient — to be chosen and announced monthly — will receive Video Insight Video Management Software (VMS) licenses; 16 IP video surveillance cameras; 1 video encoder that includes VMS software licenses and 10 years of software upgrades. School and college systems that received a Video Insight School Security In-Kind Grant in 2014 include Columbia County School District in Florida, Allen University of Columbia in South Carolina, Yucaipa-Calimesa Unified School District in California, Monroe Public Schools in Michigan, Gateway School District in Pennsylvania, Harrison School District 2 in Colorado, and Pilot Rock School District in Oregon. Those that received grants in 2014 expressed much gratitude for the school-business partnership. “The Harrison community is so fortunate to receive a grant from Video Insight to provide a top-of-the-line security system for one of our schools,” said Harrison School District 2 Superintendent Andre D. Spencer. “While school districts around the nation are investing in and improving security practices, we also look to business partners like Video Insight who can provide high quality equipment and training that allows us to focus on the most important goal…our students and their education.”
The new VI Monitor v6 manages live and recorded video, cameras, and now comes integrated with access control Video Insight, a leading developer of enterprise IP video surveillance software, is showcasing VI Monitor v6, the latest version of its enterprise video management software at the ISC East 2014 conference in New York City. Hosted at the Javits Center, ISC East is one of the leading events for the security industry, bringing together more than 250 leading manufacturers, suppliers, and distributors to the New York tri-state area. Video Insight representatives is located at Booth #529; show attendees are invited to stop by and demo the latest version of its Enterprise Video Management Software (VMS) product which manages live and recorded video, cameras, and now comes integrated with access control. The new VI Monitor v6 brings some exciting features which include a more powerful and easier to use VMS that includes faster graphical search, a new timeline, ribbon-based menus, improved integration, and introduces a Workstation which offers the use of tabs – instead of toggling among viewing panes – for routinely accessed features. VI Monitor v6 also comes bundled with MonitorCastEDU, an enterprise access control application that leverages existing network infrastructure and Mercury-based access control system and provides necessary features to enhance your campus security with no additional cost. “Video surveillance combined with access control is a powerful solution that is an essential element in education security,” said Video Insight, Chief Executive Officer, Robert Shaw. “We recognise the unique security, budgetary, and infrastructure challenges faced by schools and campuses. The new Video Insight version 6 is designed to provide all the necessary features to enhance your campus security without adding any additional cost.”
Columbia County Schools will receive Video Insight VMS licenses and 16 IP video surveillance cameras Video Insight, a leading developer of enterprise IP video surveillance software has awarded the School Security In-Kind Grant to Columbia County Schools of Lake City, Florida. Columbia County Schools is the seventh education organisation to win a $20,000 security system in the year-long $250,000 School Security In-Kind Grant Program. As the Video Insight School Security In-Kind Grant recipient, Columbia County Schools will receive Video Insight Video Management Software (VMS) licenses; 16 IP video surveillance cameras; 1 video encoder that includes VMS software licenses; 10 years of software upgrades; one year of a customer assurance program; and product training. Located in rural Lake City, Florida, Columbia County Schools has 10,000 students and 13 campuses. More than 75 percent of the Columbia County Schools student population qualifies for the federal free lunch program, meaning it has a large number of socio-economically disadvantaged students. “The county is economically depressed, educationally disadvantaged, and struggles with poverty, illiteracy, and high rates of crime that far exceed the state and national averages,” said Columbia County Schools Representative Judy Tatem. The school district has a plethora of problems from fighting and bullying incidents to school break-ins that are “impossible” to monitor due to antiquated systems that are very rarely up and running. “Only thirty percent of these cameras are working at the present time. Therefore the current security systems can never be depended upon to provide any verifying information,” said Tatem. “Columbia County Schools is just the type of school system we wanted to help when we created the Video Insight School Security Grant program,” said Video Insight Chief Executive Officer Robert Shaw. “We know that our contribution will help Columbia County Schools enhance their school security and help provide some much needed piece of mind in protecting their students and employees.” Every month of 2014, Video Insight is awarding a school or college the equipment necessary to implement a video surveillance solution (software, hardware, and support valued at over $20,000 each).
The latest version of VI Monitor v6 provides the access control features needed to enhance security Video Insight, a leading developer of enterprise IP video surveillance software, will unveil its latest version of VI Monitor v6 — which includes MonitorCastEDU, an access control product designed specifically for the multi-campus education market — at the upcoming ASIS 2014 conference in Atlanta. This latest version of VI Monitor v6 is designed to provide K-12 schools and universities the necessary access control features needed to enhance day-to-day security without adding additional cost. It bundles MonitorCastEDU access control software with VI Monitor v6 from Video Insight to provide an end-to-end video surveillance solution for the education sector. “Video surveillance combined with access control is a powerful solution that is an essential element in education security,” said Video Insight Chief Executive Officer Robert Shaw. “We recognise the unique security, budgetary, and infrastructure challenges faced by schools and campuses. The new Video Insight version 6 with MonitorCastEDU leverages existing network infrastructure and Mercury-based access control systems, providing the necessary features to enhance your campus security at no additional cost.” In an effort to help the education industry obtain affordable video surveillance, Video Insight has developed several programs including a $250,000 school grant program that donates security systems to U.S. schools and colleges, as well as smaller pilot programs that offer long-term equipment use. “Providing MonitorCastEDU access control software bundled with our VMS at no extra charge is our latest effort to help schools and campuses affordably obtain the comprehensive security measures they need to combat the threats they continue to face,” said Shaw. VI Monitor v6 offers a variety of benefits and features including: Easy to use, browser based admin client Designed to run on the existing Video Insight Server SQL Server based with unlimited scalability No limits to the number of doors, administrators, or simultaneous connections Integrated into Video Insight’s thick, thin and mobile clients Support for Mercury Security controllers Zero recurring access control fees with Video Insight SUP Active Directory integration Dashboard for real-time reporting ASIS 2014 attendees are invited to visit Video Insight’s Booth 3527 to demo VI Monitor v6 with access control and register to win a variety of prizes.
The University will receive VMS licenses, IP video surveillance cameras and video encoder Video Insight, a leading developer of enterprise IP video surveillance software – is awarding the fourth in a year-long $250,000 School Security In-Kind Grant Program to Queens University of Charlotte, North Carolina. Queens University is the first college to be awarded the grant, joining three previous public K-12 school districts. As the Video Insight School Security In-Kind Grant recipient, Queens University will receive Video Insight Video Management Software (VMS) licenses; 16 IP video surveillance cameras; 1 video encoder that includes VMS software licenses; 10 years of software upgrades; one year of a customer assurance program; and product training. Located in Charlotte, North Carolina, Queens University is a Presbyterian USA affiliated school that was founded in 1857. Queens University has 2,500 students, 122 full-time faculty members, and manages 30 campus buildings. With no current system in place, “This grant will jump-start a desperately needed program including proactive and forensic benefits to the university community. We are constantly looking for ways to make our institution as safe as possible in order to provide an environment that is conducive for learning, living, working, and visiting our campus,” said Queens University Associate Vice President for Campus Safety/Chief of Police Ray Thrower. “We’re excited that the April Video Insight School Security Grant is a university as they have also been experiencing an increase in acts of violence and threats on campuses,” said Video Insight Chief Executive Officer Robert Shaw. “Queens University of Charlotte was in need of a comprehensive security solution and it’s an honour to help them provide this essential protection for students, staff, and district property.” Every month of 2014, Video Insight is awarding a school or college the equipment necessary to implement a video surveillance solution (software, hardware, and support valued at over $20,000 each). Queens University of Charlotte joins previous grant winners Wood County Schools of West Virginia, Harrison School District Two of Colorado, and Monroe Public Schools of Michigan. Grant winners are notified the last week of each month.
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