Avigilon will be showcasing some of its latest and most innovative products and technologies at GSX 2019 later this year in Chicago. Avigilon will showcase the next generation of video analytics, artificial intelligence, access control and cloud solutions, as well as some of the integrations with Motorola Solutions.
Avigilon will be demonstrating how these latest technologies are redefining how customers consume data in order to help them gain actionable information. Through the power of cutting-edge video analytics and AI, these new products and technologies can help customers verify potentially critical events and act faster. The products on show will include the company’s most advanced edition of Avigilon’s Control Center (ACC) video management software featuring Focus of Attention — a new concept for live video monitoring, powered by AI.
The H5A camera line, built with Avigilon’s next-generation of advanced video analytics with the ability to detect more objects with even greater accuracy will also be demonstrated at the event. In addition, visitors will be able to see the latest updates to Avigilon Appearance Search technology, a sophisticated deep learning artificial intelligence (AI) search engine that sorts through hours of footage with ease. The company promises to reveal new exciting features, which will be released closer to the show.
Other innovations will include, the latest version of Avigilon Blue, a subscription-managed cloud video security platform that enables flexible site monitoring and utilises analytics that provide important information about a site; Avigilon Unusual Motion Detection (UMD) technology, an advanced AI technology designed to continuously learn what typical activity in the scene looks like and focus the operator’s attention on atypical events that may need further investigation; the new high resolution H4 thermal camera which combines patented Avigilon technology with heat-sensing capabilities to improve perimeter security in areas with poor visibility, difficult lighting conditions and absolute darkness; and finally, the integration of Avigilon Control Center (ACC) video management software into Motorola Solutions’ Commandcentral Aware and Ally.