FLIR Releases United VMS 9.2

♦ FLIR Releases United VMS 9.2, a mature video management system that allows security managers access to system status, alarms, and video from any authorised location at any time.

The upgraded FLIR United VMS 9.2 delivers the same functionality, while offering faster GPU decoding, additional generic video stream functionality, and robust cyber security. With FLIR United VMS 9.2, security personnel can expect:

* Secure, 24/7 access to system status
* Future-proofed, system-wide scalability
* Seamless integration and configurability
* Flexible pricing structure for guaranteed ROI
* Upgraded FLIR United VMS 9.2.

The heart of VMS software is graphics processing unit (GPU), which processes and renders multiple video streams simultaneously. The FLIR United VMS 9.2 delivers its users faster, improved performance, so as to allow more high-resolution streams, under the same interface.

With the new ‘Add Generic Stream’ option with United VMS 9.2, users can provide more stream definitions, frame rates, and resolutions with ease.

United VMS 9.2 features improved cyber security, in order to address ever-evolving threats to security systems. This expanded security allows users to securely access video assets and receive event alerts, anywhere, anytime, thereby guaranteeing round-the-clock peace of mind.

For users deploying FLIR thermal sensors for condition monitoring and asset maintenance, the add-on condition monitoring module allows users to monitor temperature data from FLIR thermal imagers visually and issue alerts, when temperature readings rise above or fall below pre-configured thresholds. Users can also use this tool to create their own maps, with gauges, indicators, and line charts, dynamically displaying each asset’s current state.

For users who use video redaction to hide personally identifiable information (PII), such as the faces, tattoos, or other distinguishing features of moving targets in FOV, to adhere to privacy policies, the add-on video redaction module redacts features to protect individuals’ privacy rights, prior to video export.

Radars are a growing trend in perimeter protection. Using this UVMS radar integration tool, users can support multiple radars and PTZ cameras at once, displaying moving radar targets on a GIS map and allocating PTZ cameras to track them, according to selected tracking modes

FLIR United VMS 9.2 now allows the Privacy Mask to be a blurred field, rather than being fully obscured. This allows a camera to determine the presence of a person and their general movements, without compromising their identity or privacy. This is ideal for use in sensitive areas, such as ablution areas, change-rooms, or even in general offices, where personnel may be uncomfortable with being under detailed observation.

Finally, the UVMS-FLUX integration enables users to monitor traffic cameras and alert events, generating verified alarms, recording and book-marking recorded video content, and mapping all information on a timeline, where all information about an event is stored for later review.

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