New Intelligent VMS | Arkiv
Arkiv is an open-platform video management software (VMS) built with next-generation video analytics. Arkiv from Inaxsys brings a whole new level of performance, reliability, efficiency, functionality and accessibility to the VMS marketplace. Furthermore, this powerful new software is accessible for a small business to a large multi-national. With a licensing structure that is value-driven, Arkiv is affordable on a single small site with a few cameras as well as a large multi-server project with thousands of cameras.
Arkiv is easy to use with a simple yet powerful user interface. With Arkiv we are introducing industry-changing advanced analytic detection and analysis tools such as facial recognition, audio detection, license plate recognition, visual scene situational analysis, directional object movement, object missing, multiple object detection, object left behind, camera movement and blurring detection, and much more!
With Arkiv, you will never have to pay for software updates.
With Arkiv, you will never have to pay for major new versions.
With Arkiv, you will never have to pay for camera driver packs.
With Arkiv, you will never have to pay for our technical support.
With Arkiv, you will never have to pay any recurring software maintenance charges.
With Arkiv, once you pay a license it is yours to use forever.
Arkiv will change the way you use advanced Video Management Software.
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Here’s a quick overview of what you will be able to do with Arkiv:
Timelapse Compressor | Visual scene synopses
Timelapse Compressor is a whole new paradigm for efficiency in video surveillance. All moving objects in recorded video are shown to the operator in a short video clip, compressing time but maintaining the original speed of motion of the objects. Just click on an object to jump to playback of the corresponding video in normal mode. Timelapse Compressor is a cut-to-the-chase review of events in the scene. Efficiency in video surveillance will never be the same.
Target & Follow | Automatic tracking of moving objects without operator intervention
Arkiv allows tracking multiple moving objects simultaneously with the help of Target and Follow. Target and Follow allows using the “big picture’’ of one or more wide-angled fixed cameras to obtain detailed imagery of moving objects by taking automatic control of PTZ cameras to examine the movement. Both sets of images can be recorded for later use, which is important for event investigation. The feature requires at least two cameras: one is a fixed panoramic or fixed wide-angled camera and the second one is a PTZ camera. The fixed camera is configured with a tracker, which detects objects moving in the frame and calculates their coordinates. Several fixed cameras can be linked with a single PTZ unit.
Post-Analytics | Near-instant forensic search of recorded video
Post Analytics is more than a recorded video search tool (although it is one). It is a set of technologies that generate metadata for storage in a database which is then the basis for quick and accurate analysis of video archives. To find an event of interest on recorded video, just enter the necessary criteria: Motion in zones, crossing of a line, object size, object color, object direction, object speed, and more. Thumbnails of relevant video episodes are shown within seconds. All-night viewing marathons are a thing of the past now. Post analytics has replaced them with fast, effective criteria-based forensic search. Search in post analytics is fast because it is based on metadata, which is calculated in real-time for all moving objects in the field of view. The metadata contains objects’ attributes that are saved to a special database at the same time as the video itself.
Immersion Mode | See how motion of objects in-frame is reflected as movement on a site map:
Immersion mode represents a leap beyond the standard functionality of the interactive map. In this mode, semi-transparent video is overlaid above a map which remains partially visible. This allows easily seeing where an object is located and where it is going. For closer correspondence of video renderings to the map, you can match points in the video to points on the map. Then the map in immersion mode will be displayed so that the points in the video and on the map coincide. When using immersion mode with panoramic cameras, users feel as if they are observing from inside the camera dome. The screen shows the part of the virtual dome that is located directly in front of the observer. If the field of view in immersion mode shows a part of a map for which a camera icon has been added, click the icon to immerse yourself in that camera’s view. Thus operators can track an object’s movement across cameras without leaving immersion mode.