Exacq Technologies Integrates VMS with VideoIQ

VideoIQ has integrated with Exacq Technologies, which develops open architecture VMS solutions for security and surveillance applications.  The new partnership and allows joint customers to benefit from VideoIQ's adaptive analytics embedded within every VideoIQ iCVR-HD camera, iCVR D1 dome camera, iCVR encoder and iCST 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 cameras’ advanced threat detection relies on VideoIQ's patented adaptive analytics, capable of uniquely distinguishing people, vehicles and boats from other objects, animals and scene movement.  VideoIQ's adaptive analytics also self-calibrate, 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.  And unlike other analytic technologies, 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.

The exacqVision VMS software runs on factory installed hybrid and IP camera servers or can be installed on commercial off-the-shelf servers. It's scalable from a small single camera solution to large scale enterprise corporate or campus systems with thousands of cameras. Real-time and recorded video can be viewed, managed and configured from any location on the network.

"exacqVision enables customers to automatically perform specific actions based upon internal or external events," notes Roger Shuman, marketing manager of Exacq Technologies. "With VideoIQ's analytics, we are able to deliver alarms with a higher accuracy than before, ensuring event notifications are sent only when incidents worth investigating are detected."
"The exacqVision VMS solution, coupled with VideoIQ's analytics, provide a proactive and accurate surveillance system that cuts down on false alarms and costly and unnecessary investigations," said Mark Gally, vice president marketing of VideoIQ. "And with Exacq's technology, our joint customers have the flexibility to blend VideoIQ and other IP camera systems, and to access video of events with web browsers and mobile devices, providing superior monitoring whenever and wherever they are."

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