Motorola addresses urbanisation & public safety challenges

Dubai, U.A.E and Chicago, Il (USA)

Urbanisation is placing a huge strain on governments and infrastructure, which must keep citizens and users secure during increasingly uncertain times. Moreover, public safety and security organisations are managing increasing volumes of data, which have to be evaluated and quickly acted upon. To address these challenges and help businesses and communities thrive, Motorola Solutions presented its leading mission-critical ecosystem earlier this week, at Intersec, Dubai.

“Society, economy and public safety are undergoing a digital transformation. We provide commercial customers and public safety organizations with the right intelligence and solutions to help them enhance their operational efficiency, responsiveness and safety,” said Patrick Fitting, senior sales director, Middle East at Motorola Solutions.

At the show the company offered a preview of its newest addition to its video security portfolio, the Avigilon H5M outdoor dome camera. The camera provides customers with a cost-effective solution for budget-conscious video security projects that require a small footprint camera for outdoor use. The H5M camera can handle tough environmental conditions while offering AI-powered Unusual Motion Detection (UMD) — all backed by a five-year warranty.The new camera features a small footprint and provides seamless integration with other open-platform systems. The highly intelligent camera works to help users save time through its built-in AI technology that flags unusual events. The H5M camera is cost-effective and easy to install, addressing a wide variety of security needs and helping projects remain on time and on budget.

In addition to the new Avigilon H5M outdoor dome camera, Motorola Solutions presented its full portfolio of video security and analytics solutions in Dubai, including the Avigilon H5A camera line which offers next-generation video analytics technology that can detect more objects with greater accuracy even in crowded scenes, whether as stationary or moving objects.

Also on display was the latest version of the Avigilon Control Center (ACC) software introducing a new concept in live video monitoring – Focus of Attention – which leverages artificial intelligence and video analytics technologies to determine what information is important and should be presented to security operators. ACC leverages advanced artificial intelligence and video analytics, including Appearance Search technology and Unusual Motion Detection technology. The bookmark, event, alarm and thumbnail search options in ACC are designed to improve event response times and help make video actionable.

Other highlights included the Avigilon License Plate Recognition (LPR) analytics which automatically read license plate information from vehicles, linking it to live and recorded video; the Avigilon Access Control Manager (ACM) that helps organisations to keep people, property and assets safe with an easy-to-use, role-based system that can grow with the organisation; and the Motorola Solutions’ extended portfolio of body-worn camera solutions: the compact Videotag VT-50, Videobadge VB-320 and the Videobadge VB-400 for security operations in retail and hospitality environments, as well as in hospitals, airports and train stations.

Moreover, Motorola Solutions introduced an in-vehicle video camera systems and evidence management software, which work as one highly integrated, synchronised system to capture the most compelling and unbiased video evidence.


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