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Italian demo of AxxonSoft products at Sicurezza expo


Software from AxxonSoft will be on display at Sicurezza, a security expo due to take place in Rho (in Italy's Milan province) from 7 to 9 November 2012. Ritar, an AxxonSoft partner in Italy, will showcase AxxonSoft products at its stand.

The Ritar stand will have Axxon VMS, a next-generation open video monitoring platform, alongside Auto PSIM, a vertical solution for road safety; Face PSIM, for matching camera footage to archived face images, and POS PSIM, for video monitoring of checkout transactions.

Time and venue:

7–9 November 2012
Opening hours: 9:30 a.m.–6:00 p.m.
Fiera Milano fairground in Rho, Italy
Pavilion 3, Stand D21-E24

Axxon VMS is a next-generation open platform video management software. While it is a descendent of Axxon Smart PRO, Axxon VMS enjoys several major advantages compared to its predecessor: limitations on the number of cameras and video servers have been removed, and several new features make the system even more convenient and effective. These include TimeCompressor, which allows quickly viewing events in a video archive without fast-forwarding, and an interactive 3D map, which combines video feeds and camera positions at a site in a single window. Both new features are included free of charge with all product licenses.

Auto PSIM is an integrated solution for traffic safety. 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.

POS PSIM’s cashier operations supervision capability is based on synchronizing the cash register information with video sequences captured by a camera pointed at the cash register. As a result, watching the real time video stream or archived video, the operator sees the picture of the customer’s checkout accompanied by subtitles. The subtitles include the receipt text and cash register operations that are not indicated on the receipt, such as cash drawer opening or manual product code input. This gives the operator the full picture of what is happening at the cash operation unit and helps detect common fraud incidents.