VIVOTEK officially launched its AI security system, VAST Security Station (VSS), in March, available to users in three flexible tiers: VSS Lite, VSS Standard, and VSS Professional.
VSS is a surveillance platform that combines advanced AI and edge computing technologies to achieve accurate facial recognition and vehicle detection in real-time through integrated cameras. VSS is capable of managing up to 20 000 cameras simultaneously and offers an array of intelligent image analysis tools for maximum query accuracy and information security, greatly enhancing operational management and efficiency.
"VSS is an easy-to-use AI security system. The intuitive and customisable interface allows users to easily add new cameras to the network, set up substations, and even enable real-time audio broadcasting," explained Louis Liao, Director of Product Planning at VIVOTEK. "There is considerable market demand for integrated surveillance systems. However, the high barrier to entry makes it challenging to satisfy this demand. At VIVOTEK, we streamlined our solutions and processes to develop a scalable AI image analysis system to effectively resolve management issues and achieve seamless system upgrades for any user."
According to a survey, the global video surveillance software market is estimated to be worth $1.9 billion. Of which, integrated surveillance systems are on the rise, with a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) forecast of 12.7% by 2026. Moreover, the sales of edge AI cameras continue a steady upward trend, accounting for over 40% of all network cameras shipped globally.
VSS Lite is the base tier and free to use, VSS Standard is designed to be cost-effective for SMEs, and VSS Professional is geared for medium to large enterprises with a high demand for 24-hour centralised management. VSS offers a range of advanced network security management tools, including data protection, comprehensive transmission and video encryption, antivirus integration, and real-time warning functionality.
VSS's AI analytics makes incident prevention and post-event evidencing a breeze. Front-end cameras with AI image detection capabilities enable intrusions, line crossing, loitering, and other unwanted behaviours to be detected in real time. Images are then processed using VIVOTEK's proprietary Deep Search technology so that users can perform attribute search, scene search, and re-search across tens of thousands of cameras to accurately filter gender, age, clothing colour, accessories, vehicle type or vehicle colour at the click of a button.
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