Toshiba Announces New Video Analytics Software Suite

Toshiba Surveillance & IP Video, a business unit of Toshiba America Information, Systems, Inc., is bringing added functionality and value to its Surveillix line of digital video recorders with the introduction of the TruSight video analysis software suite.

Typical applications include exterior perimeter protection, controlling restricted areas and detecting of behaviors that are precursors to potentially dangerous or illicit situations. TruSight is immediately available in three packages including a base, standard and premium package, each of which enables a different set of detectable behaviors.

TruSight's video analytics suite of products enables enhanced security and surveillance solutions by automatically monitoring video for specific people, vehicles, objects, and their associated behavior within a camera view. It can provide real time alarms based on user-defined rules to detect abnormal or suspicious behavior without the need for human supervision. This powerful capability enhances both manned and unmanned operations by working 24/7, reducing the amount of video data operators must review, and enabling a high level of monitoring for any size video system.

TruSight is compatible with Toshiba Surveillix recorders, and is available installed in new units as well as an upgrade to existing units.Product packages can be mixed and matched on a single server enabling the user to assign a product package for each camera to enable the features they need for that particular camera. This results in flexibility for the user to select a combination of product packages to run on each analytics server to ensure optimal end-user deployment requirements.

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