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Mirasys releases its Mirasys Agile Virtual Matrix and Mirasys Geospatial Mapping applications at FinnSec 2013

Published on 18 November, 2013
Mirasys Agile Virtual Matrix and Mirasys Geospatial Mapping make it vastly easier to design and run large scale security centers

Mirasys presents a geospatial mapping application based on the Pitney Bowes MapXtreme system

Mirasys Ltd., one of the leading suppliers of open platform Video Management Solutions, has launched the Mirasys Agile Virtual Matrix and Mirasys Geospatial Mapping applications at the FinnSec 2013 fair. Designed for the need of large surveillance systems, Mirasys Agile Virtual Matrix and Mirasys Geospatial Mapping make it vastly easier to design and run large scale security centres.

Mirasys Agile Virtual Matrix

Mirasys Agile Virtual Matrix allows large scale video surveillance systems to use a multitude of monitors arranged in a synchronised matrix. The monitors managed via Mirasys operator console can be used to view thousands of static and dome cameras, camera tours, IP cameras, analogue cameras, I/O devices and virtual cameras in an adaptable and user-friendly environment. Mirasys Agile Virtual Matrix is a powerful and easy-to-use solution for intelligent video surveillance of corporate networks, industrial processes, commercial centres, and multi-office environments – both locally as well as remotely.

Mirasys Geospatial Mapping

Mirasys has developed a new service to enhance and complement situational awareness systems such as maps in Mirasys VMS. This application allows for easy management of e.g. large-scale video surveillance systems with the help of multi-level maps and CAD pictures – also when the surveillance is done remotely. All administration is done within the system: coordinates and reference data relating to maintenance can be defined for all components of the surveillance system, monitors can be arranged, and layouts can be customised separately for each monitor. This makes their maintenance a lot easier, and there is no need for separate solutions for maintenance.

As an example of the integration, Mirasys presents a geospatial mapping application based on the Pitney Bowes MapXtreme system, allowing users to choose from a wide map places and areas with a customisable accuracy. Users can monitor surveillance equipment from country or city level to the floor plan level of individual buildings.

Jukka Riivari, CEO at Mirasys, comments: “We are dedicated to find customer solutions beyond the normal industry standards, as we want to make our customers’ life as easy and effortless as we can. Our new Agile Virtual Matrix will do that especially for video surveillance of large-scale systems. Our mapping application enhances situational awareness systems. The application provides high precision tools for visualisation of cameras on maps, as well as many ways for map interaction. We think that this is one of the most professionally useful applications in the market at the moment.”

Reporting, video analytics and integrated ANPR+ will further enhance Mirasys’ intelligent video management system. These features are presented at Mirasys booth, 6C74. Welcome to see Mirasys’ new solutions at FinnSec 2013 fair in Expo and Convention Centre Helsinki.


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