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Redvision has new features in its VMS1000 control software. The VMS1000 video management software and analytics, powered by Digifort, is described as scalable, intuitive and server-based, with no annual maintenance fees.
Stephen Lightfoot, technical director at Redvision, says: “We have enhanced the capability of our VMS1000, open-platform control system with a range of new features including object linking, for configuring a logical flow between cameras on screen; field of view direction depiction, for fixed cameras and PTZs on maps; edge playback, direct from supported cameras with SD cards; local MP4 recording options within the surveillance client, not just the server; privacy masking with user rights hierarchy; and multi-level camera grouping. Additionally, over 300 camera brands and 10,000 individual camera models are integrated with the VMS1000. The VMS1000 enables analytics on presets and has dedicated buttons for the control of lights, wipers, washers and telemetry for our X-Series rugged PTZs. It also has comprehensive control of the VEGA fixed cameras.”
The VMS1000 standard analytics includes traffic management (speed filter), object tracking, loitering, virtual fences, missing object, abandoned object, face detection, vehicle counting and people counting. More bolt-on modules are available; for LPR (licence plate recognition), facial recognition, edge analytics, edge recording and synopsis.