VideoIQ Partners with Avigilon to Deliver Real-time Event Detection

VideoIQ, a video surveillance company, has announced the integration with Avigilon's Control Center 4.6 Network Video Management Software (NVMS), the company's latest version of its video management software.

The partnership allows joint customers to upgrade their Avigilon surveillance systems to more proactive systems with VideoIQ's adaptive analytics embedded within VideoIQ's iCVR-HD cameras, iCVR dome cameras, iCVR encoders, and iCST line of streaming cameras and encoders.

VideoIQ cameras and encoders pinpoint security threats, generating real-time alerts so customers can prevent theft and vandalism before incidents occur. The camera's advanced threat detection relies on patented adaptive analytics, capable of uniquely distinguishing people, vehicles and boats from other objects, animals and scene movement. The adaptive analytics also are 100 percent self-calibrating, eliminating the need to tune or adjust the analytics during installation or over the life of the device – dramatically reducing costs while delivering greater accuracy. The iCVR-HD models feature full megapixel analytic processing for two times the range, and three times the field of view of any D1 video analytic solution available.

Avigilon's solutions monitor thousands of customer sites in more than 60 countries around the world. The Avigilon Control Center 4.6 update extends the video management platform's performance, extensibility, and manageability.

"VideoIQ enables us to provide our joint customers with extended proactive surveillance solutions that include leading video analytic solutions in the market, helping organizations identify and address security risks before incidents occur," said Rick Ramsay , product manager, Avigilon. "VideoIQ's unique combination of megapixel analytics, self calibration and high accuracy in all weather and light ensure we deliver the best joint solution available today."

"Avigilon delivers one of the most powerful, open high definition VMS platforms on the market and we are confident this integration will provide unmatched value and return for our customers," said Mark Gally, vice president marketing of VideoIQ. "By partnering together, we are able to reach an even larger market with a proactive surveillance solution that solves the needs of not only the most secure critical infrastructure customers, but also mainstream businesses of all sizes."

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