Inpixon RF Video Connector Integrated Into Genetec’s Security Center Omnicast for Sensor Fusion-Enabled Video Analytics
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Inpixon, a leading indoor data company that delivers Indoor Intelligence solutions, announced its Radio Frequency (RF) Video Connector has been certified by the Genetec Development Acceleration Program to run with Genetec’s Security Center Omnicast™, meeting high standards of quality and in-depth integration. Inpixon RF Video Connector is now integrated with Genetec’s Security Center Omnicast, a leading IP video management solution, offering increased situational awareness and advanced investigative forensics capabilities for indoor spaces.
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Coronavirus masks are a boon for crooks who hide their faces, and law enforcement officials are seeing an increase in the number of criminals taking advantage of the pandemic to commit crimes, according to WUSA-TV. In the current COVID-19 environment, masks have become a part of many persons’ day-to-day routine, but it poses a challenge for law enforcement when trying to identify a person of interest. Inpixon RF Video Connector addresses some of the tough, persistent challenges with traditional video surveillance by helping to identify suspects even if their face is obscured, in low- or no-light conditions, or even if the suspect roams the building where cameras are not present.
Inpixon RF Video Connector uses sensor fusion and harnesses the power of indoor intelligence for a smarter approach to video, allowing organizations to further protect their indoor spaces. Its unique, patented process correlates RF device presence to individual security video frames in order to help organizations identify persons-of-interest, follow them across cameras and off-camera, and to be alerted when the person returns to the facility. The solution gives security teams powerful new tools and insights to respond to critical incidents using existing wireless infrastructure or specialized Inpixon sensors. Within a single pane of glass, organizations have essential insights and advanced capabilities such as:
- Wireless Device Detection & Positioning: Detect and locate devices and view them in the context of a map with corresponding video camera fields of view.
- Correlate Video & Device Presence: Quickly search video archives to match video of security incidents with device location data to see what devices were present.
- Find & Follow: Quickly list all historical locations of devices linked to persons of interest, even off-camera locations.
- Automated Alerts: Trigger security alerts when a flagged device is detected on site.
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“We are pleased to have our RF Video Connector certified and integrated into Genetec’s Security Center Omnicast,” said Soumya Das, COO of Inpixon. “Our combined solution provides organizations greater insights into their premises with increased security measures. Organizations with an established, compatible infrastructure can leverage these tools quickly, without further hardware installation, as we can remotely activate the solution. We believe Genetec’s established, global customer base will allow for broader awareness and accelerated adoption of our technology.”
“We’re very excited to partner with Inpixon, integrating their Indoor Intelligence technology,” said Rob Borsch, Practice Leader – Signature Brands at Genetec, Inc. “With the many challenges facing businesses today, from spiking crime to the COVID crisis, delivering a safer, frictionless customer experience and protecting bottom-line profits are critical areas of focus. Inpixon’s Indoor Intelligence, combined with video, provides security and loss prevention teams with the tools needed to help resolve these challenges and to mitigate losses.”