EVT and MATE will demonstrate their analytics product combined with Image Content Navigation and 2.5D Live Video Maps at IFSEC 2008, stand 16144.
This will be the first public demonstration. EVT is a provider of video management software, while MATE Intelligent Video, offers intelligent video systems and video analytics. The firms say that the aim is to provide video management and analytics capabilities for enterprise class IP video surveillance installations.
A user can detect and analyse video content in real time on EVT’s Vertex. The companies will exhibit MATE’s Trigger, described as an edge device processor for video detection and transmission, integrated into the Vertex’s 2.5D Live Video Maps and Image Content Navigation (ICN) modules. The joint offering allows operators to keep track of an object on complex and large sites, providing site perspective, intuitive navigation capabilities and it is claimed a low false alarm rate.
What they say
"As surveillance systems grow in complexity and scale, they have become very cumbersome in security devices and demanding in their management and supervision requirements. For this reason, built-in-video analytic capabilities incorporated in the video management system, are becoming acute for video surveillance," said Oren Feldmann, VP Marketing and Sales, EVT. "Combining MATE’s analytic and intelligent video intrusion detection capabilities with the Vertex provides end-users with the ability to quickly learn the environment and filter out irrelevant data to reduce the number of false alarms to a minimum."
"MATE’s adaptive topology approach provides the market with a mixture of edge devices and server-based solutions to address various intelligent video requirements and deliver the best consumer experience without limiting the market to technology choices, “said Ami Paz, VP Marketing for MATE. "EVT’s open architecture solution compliments our flexible easy third party integration approach perfectly, as it opens up the possibility of offering more analytic choices easily integrated with customers existing devices. This significantly reduces operating costs and facilitates proactive surveillance."