The security software developer AxxonSoft participate again in the biggest event of this industry in Europe , Security Essen, in his edition 2014 celebrates its fortieth anniversary, to show the advantages of distributed video surveillance system VMS.
Security Essen 2014, to be held 23 to the 26 September in the German city of Essen, It will involve, for the fifth year, Russian multinational security software AxxonSoft (pavilion 2, stand 319), it will demonstrate its distributed video surveillance system VMS Axxon Next, in its latest version offers significant performance improvements, reliability and ease of use, as already anticipated Digital Security Magazine.
Next Axxon platform can contain an unlimited number of video servers, operators jobs and camcorders (it supports more than 1.500 IP camera models), as well as offering the possibility of working through mobile devices and interface.
One of his innovations is the interactive 3D map, that overlaps the location of the cameras to map the site and shows the camera views in the same window. This display mode allows operators to control all situations, without wasting time changing windows, to instantly locate the location of a particular camera on the map and identify the relevant place of interest.
Also, The company will demonstrate its universal platform Intellect, for creating complex integrated security management information security (MISP), basada both analog devices such as IP, combining intelligent video análisis, IP connection devices and the ability to automate responses to events in a unique setting.
For the urban environment and road safety, Auto-Intellect solution facilitates the recognition of license plates, Traffic monitoring and searching for specific vehicles, and automatic application of speed limits and red light to capture images and video, that transfieren to an automated traffic control.
Another system that will be present at Security Essen 2014 is the facial recognition module Face-Intellect, I integrated Intellect platform automatically detects and captures the image of a human face and comparing it to others to accurately identify anyone suspected.
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