Aimetis Symphony First VMS with Analytics to Support Axis' Corridor Format

Axis’ corridor format gives a vertically oriented, 9:16 video stream from the camera, perfectly adapted to a narrow monitored area.

Aimetis Symphony is the first video management software with video analytics to support Axis Communications’ Axis Corridor Format, according to Aimetis.

Many surveillance environments are more “vertical” than “horizontal” in a variety of situations – including store aisles/bays, hallways, stairwells and corridors – for which the traditional video format is not suitable. Axis’ corridor format gives a vertically oriented, 9:16 video stream from the camera, perfectly adapted to a narrow monitored area. This maximizes image quality while eliminating typical bandwidth and storage waste of landscape formats. The Axis corridor format is a unique and innovative solution that maximizes image quality while eliminating bandwidth and storage waste in a range of industry segments including education, retail, transportation and office environments.

According to Marc Holtenhoff, CEO of Aimetis, “We are excited to lead the way in providing video analytics for Axis’ corridor format. By using Aimetis Symphony with Axis corridor view, analytics can be leveraged on a more optimal field of view, thus extending the distance analytics can be effective.”

Aimetis Symphony combines robust video management and video analytics in one unified software platform. By analyzing video in real-time, organizations can achieve the desired business impact through timely and actionable information. Aimetis Symphony’s simple and straightforward licensing options offer maximum flexibility, ease of use and a cost-effective entry point for the seamless migration to IP-surveillance. All of this is backed by the industry’s best support.

 


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