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AxxonSoft invites visitors to Safety & Security Asia stand


AxxonSoft invites the public to visit its stand at Safety & Security Asia, slated to take place in Jakarta, Indonesia from 5 to 7 December 2012. The company will showcase its brand-new Axxon One open platform video management software (VMS), as well as Auto PSIM LPR & Traffic Monitoring system and Face PSIM facial recognition system based on the Axxon PSIM IP-based physical security information management (PSIM) platform.

Pride of place at the company's stand will go to its innovative open-platform Axxon One video management software (VMS), which was released in early November. The new product from AxxonSoft allows building infinitely scalable video surveillance systems, with no limit on the number of cameras or servers. All license types include powerful video analytics (including 10 video detection tools) and absolutely new functions: TimeCompressor, for quickly viewing video archives without fast-forwarding, and the Interactive 3D Map, which combines a site map with overlays of camera positions and video feeds, all in a single window. Alongside these innovations, visitors will be able to try MomentQuest2, the company's system for quick search of video archives. Users can search for video footage using each criteria as motion in an area, line crossing, zone crossing, size, color, direction and speed of movement, and more.

Auto PSIM is an integrated solution for License Plate Recognition (LPR) and Traffic Monitoring system. Automatic license plate recognition is at the core of its vehicle monitoring package; Auto PSIM can also automatically capture images of all vehicles that speed or ignore red lights. Automated traffic management systems benefit from Axxon’s data collection features for transport flow.

Face PSIM automatically recognizes faces with the help of two modules. The facial recognition module automatically analyzes video imagery to identify people of interest. It does so by comparing camera images with pre-defined images in a database. The other module identifies similar faces, creating a database of all faces in the field of view that are recorded in camera archives, and allows searching this database for faces that have a similar appearance.

Time and venue:

5–7 December 2012
Jakarta Convention Center, Jakarta, Indonesia
AxxonSoft's booth: C05