Salient Systems has announced the release of its new Salient Vaidio AI Video Analytics.
According to the company, Vaidio AI delivers a powerful suite of people, vehicle, facial and object analytics that work with any camera or video source and integrates into CompleteView.
The company says that this new offering addresses both real-time and forensic needs. Security operators can benefit from real-time alerts and notifications, which are delivered directly into the Live and Alarm View modules in CompleteView.
Investigators can benefit from improved search and can either step through analytic alarm events in CompleteView or dive directly into the Vaidio AI experience for advanced analytic search using a CompleteView Web View.
“We are excited to introduce this new offering which aligns well with the flexibility that defines Salient’s platform,” said Bob Wilbur, CEO of Salient Systems.
“Similar to our CompleteView VMS, this new offering is user-friendly and highly responsive. We remain committed through our products to empower businesses of all sizes with cutting-edge tools that simplify their operations and enhance their security.
“With this new offering, we are taking another major step forward in delivering unparalleled value to our customers.”
The company says that its Vaidio AI Video Analytics will be available as an add-on purchase, can integrate with new or existing systems and can be run on a Salient provided appliance or customer-provided hardware.
“Analytics have become an essential component of any state-of-the-art VMS,” said Will King, Chief Revenue Officer of Salient Systems.
“We understand the value of having a single vendor who can provide both the VMS and video analytics solutions and deliver seamless integration and unified support. This new offering enables organizations to harness the full potential of analytics within their VMS.”
Scalable from a handful to thousands of cameras, Salient says that Vaidio AI Video Analytics is the perfect choice for organizations who are just starting to deploy video analytics, are expanding their use of video analytics or wanting to leverage existing investments in IP cameras, NVRs or other recording systems.