ISS (Intelligent Security Systems) has released the latest version of its SecurOS video management system (VMS). The new SecurOS v.10 features an updated, intuitive GUI designed to accommodate multiple clients and the ability to easily manage large systems with infinite scalability.
Additional enhancements include a new web client for remote access, cybersecurity updates, 64-bit edition for faster throughput and larger capacity, enhanced native failover operations, H.265 Intel QSV support and a new Evidence Manager.
SecurOS v.10 is designed to integrate with a host of powerful analytics developed by ISS. This combination allows ISS to offer a wide range of specialised packages to fulfil users’ specific physical security and business intelligence needs.
“ISS provides a holistic approach to camera management and control by seamlessly integrating native analytics with our VMS platform, enabling us to provide users with innovative solutions for their specific security challenges,” said Cody Flood, VP of North American Sales, ISS. “The release of SecurOS v.10 builds upon our open platform with numerous enhancements designed to further facilitate ease-of-use for today’s more advanced and larger surveillance installations.”
SecurOS v.10 features a long list of new enhancements that increase ease of operation, performance and functionality, system scalability and security, including:
• An updated Client and Administrator GUI featuring new Operator Workstation Profiles to manage large numbers of clients on a unified platform along with new object groups/categories for more intuitive, customised system configuration.
• A new web client, SecurOS WebConnect.
• New cybersecurity enhancements including: secure HTTPS connection to all cameras with tunnelling of both video and audio, digital signature of all exported files using digital certificates to verify the authenticity and source of exported files, and encryption of all data stored on ISS server hard drives.
• New Native Failover Cluster capabilities.
• New Evidence Manager with many new features to manage exported video.
• H.265 Intel Quick Sync decompression support. Decompression of H.265 on Intel HD Graphics adaptors to concurrently view large amounts of cameras on client workstations.
• 64-bit Server Edition to increase the number of cameras and throughput per server.
ISS SecurOS v.10 is available in five configurations: MCC (Monitoring Control Centre), Enterprise, Premium, Professional, and Xpress to deliver a balance of functionality and cost-efficiency for every size and level of application. It is also available pre-bundled with ISS’ native analytics to provide VMS solutions for specific applications. Some of the SecurOS v.10 analytic modules include:
• SecurOS Auto which provides licence plate recognition (ANPR) and comparative analysis for all types of vehicles.
• SecurOS Face captures and recognises faces from a video stream.
• SecurOS Cargo provides recognition of cargo container ISO codes in a variety of applications. It implements the most advanced native image processing software, the ISS SecurOS framework, and advanced algorithms for the recognition of codes on cargo containers.
• SecurOS Tracking Kit provides a suite of situational awareness detectors such as loitering, crowd detection, object left behind, object counting, etc.
Additional specialised SecurOS v.10 hardware and software solutions include:
• SecurOS UVSS, an integrated hardware-software based solution for remote under-vehicle surveillance.
• SecurOS Velox, to detect speeding violations with automatic licence plate recognition (ANPR) of all passing vehicles.
• SecurOS Motus, an IP-camera designed with integrated ALPR for high-speed and high accuracy.
• SecurOS Cargo Terminal, which provides remote visual inspection of cargo containers and control of vehicles which carry them.
• SecurOS Crossroad combines specifically engineered hardware and software to provide real-time detection of complex types of traffic violations.
For more information contact ISS South Africa, +27 83 330 8767, email@example.com
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