Avigilon produces a broad range of innovative, AI-powered security products, including surveillance cameras, access control systems, and video management software capable of deep-learning and advanced analytics.
Avigilon launched with its first high-definition security camera in 2008 and has been a leader in high-definition and megapixel video surveillance ever since. Today they produce multiple cameras that meet a broad range of surveillance needs, from those of large international airports to those of small mom-and-pop storefronts.
Avigilon produces an array of dome cameras, bullet cameras, turret cameras, and multisensor cameras. All Avigilon cameras are capable of Unusual Motion Detection (UMD) and other AI-based video analytics through the Avigilon Control Center (ACC). Avigilon also produces specialized cameras for specific tasks. For example, the H4 License Plate Capture Camera is able to recognize and catalog license plates in poor-light conditions and while vehicles are moving. And the Avigilon H4 Thermal camera generates highly detailed images in complete darkness, putting traditional infrared night vision cameras to shame. During the height of the COVID-19 pandemic, Avigilon rolled out the H4 Thermal Elevated Temperature Detection camera, a health security tool that provides fast, noninvasive screenings for flu-like temperatures.
The Avigilon Control Center (ACC) is a software program with an easy-to-use interface that lets customers manage all of their surveillance needs in one place. Intuitively designed video playback tools allow for quick and efficient access to footage evidence, ensuring that any critical event can be conveniently reviewed.
High-Definition Stream Management (HDSM) technology is used by the ACC software to manage data-transfer bandwidths and maintain fidelity to the ultra-high-definition footage produced by Avigilon's many megapixel cameras. With the most recent ACC software, the ACC 7, all Avigilon cameras are now capable of such AI-based features as occupancy counting, no-face-mask detection, and unusual behavior detection.
Avigilon's most groundbreaking work has been in the field of artificial intelligence and video analytics. By connecting with the Avigilon Control Center, surveillance cameras are able to identify people, objects, and even suspicious behaviors.
Avigilon's facial recognition program, the Avigilon Appearance Search (AAS), provides alerts when people on watch lists are recognized. These watch lists can easily be created and updated on the control center interface by uploading images or selecting faces from earlier surveillance footage.
Avigilon's Focus of Attention (FoA) interface singles out potentially critical events that may require attention. The FoA is capable of motion detection, unusual motion detection, unusual activity detection, and other AI-powered analyses.
Avigilon's access control system, the Access Control Manager (ACM), is fully integrated with the Avigilon Control Center and requires neither an additional license nor the installation of new software. As with all Avigilon device technologies, their access control systems are top-of-the-line safety tools.
Avigilon cloud services enable users to remotely access the control center via a web browser or the Avigilon mobile app.
Avigilon cameras start at $250 and become more expensive from there, but their extraordinary features make them a great deal, especially considering their easy integration with cameras and software systems from other manufacturers. What's more, there are no annual software licensing fees, Control Center software updates provide new cutting-edge features at no added charge, and the company provides free 24/7 technical support for all of their products.
Avigilon was founded in Canada by Alexander Fernandes in 2004 and was acquired by Motorola Solutions in 2018. Avigilon products are designed by American and Canadian teams and are manufactured in Canada and the US.
Avigilon develops and manufactures high-quality hardware and software products to meet a wide range of surveillance needs. Their management software provides a simple and intuitive interface to make footage searches and other video management functions easy and fast. All Avigilon security cameras capture high-definition or megapixel footage and, when connected with the Avigilon Control Center, are capable of AI-based functions like facial recognition and unusual-motion detection. On the cutting-edge of surveillance technology, Avigilon security products are a wise investment for any site that needs real security.
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