Avigilon Transforms Live-Video Monitoring through AI-Enabled User Interface
Avigilon announced it will preview the newest version of its video management software, Avigilon Control Center (ACC) 7, at ISC West 2019.
ACC 7 is Avigilon’s latest and most advanced video management software that is designed to revolutionize how users interact with and gain situational awareness from their video surveillance systems. It introduces Focus of Attention, a cutting-edge user interface for live video monitoring. Rather than watching static video feeds, Focus of Attention uses artificial intelligence (AI)-powered Avigilon self-learning video analytics and Unusual Motion Detection technologies to determine what information is important and should be presented to security operators. By providing actionable information immediately to users, the system is designed to help ensure that critical events do not go unnoticed. This new level of proactive response is set to help change the future of video surveillance operations.
“ACC 7 is truly a transformational product in how users will digest and gain valuable information from their video surveillance systems,” said James Henderson, Avigilon’s president. “By using advanced AI technologies to help focus operators’ attention on events that may need further investigation, ACC 7 will take the system from being reactive to proactive, helping redefine the future of video surveillance.”
Through the new Focus of Attention interface, ACC 7 software offers an exponential increase in the number of cameras that a single operator can monitor. The enhanced system also features an optional dark theme, specifically designed for low-light environments, such as security operations centers, helping to provide improved clarity in the presentation of information. ACC 7 software features a new approach to licensing that simplifies ordering and is ONVIF Profile T compliant for improved support of third-party cameras and devices.
ACC 7 software is expected to launch in the second quarter of this year.