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At ISC West 2015, on booth 10 053, Genetec, the Canadian manufacturer of IP security products, plans to show upcoming new features of its Security Center, an IP system that merges IP video management, access control and automatic number plate recognition (ANPR). Besides a preview of Security Center version 5.3, Genetec will show the unified communications capabilities of its SIP-based intercom management module, Sipelia, and its new Cloud Archives Service.
New features in the next version of Security Center will include a way to help users view ultra-HD and megapixel resolutions via GPU-accelerated video decoding capabilities. Using off-the-shelf video graphics cards, Security Center will be able to display more high-resolution streams and enhance the fluidity of video playback, while minimising workstations, the company says.
New Incident Recording capabilities in Security Center will enable export and sharing of archived incidents. It will allow operators to storyboard complete incidents after the sequences in which they occurred by dragging cameras of interest within Security Center monitoring tiles, reducing time spent compiling video exports. And the Archive Transfer tool will enable users to transfer video from one Archiver to another, a redesigned Security Center web client, and enhancements to the Genetec Video Player and export workflow.
At ISC West, attendees will also be able to see Genetec’s new Cloud Archives Service for Security Center, announced in late 2014, which allows organizations to scale the storage capacity of their surveillance system and eliminate the need to invest in additional servers. As a hybrid cloud service it’s for customers who need to extend their video retention period or do off-site recording.