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Following the general availability of Vaion vcore at the start of November, the company and Malcolm Walters launched a series of product announcements as Vaion continues to enhance the solutions portfolio with more smart features to make security operations proactive, intuitive, and significantly more accurate than before. The highlight of the vcore software release 1.1 consists of the ability to track vehicles in the field of view of one’s cameras using Map view with Smart Presence™.

Identify and highlights people and vehicles

To increase situational awareness and get insights in real-time, operators can upload maps and floorplans of the facilities and place cameras in their precise locations in Map view. The tool, powered by the innovative Smart Presence™ capability, not only highlights people but now identifies and highlights vehicles as dots on maps, in the cameras’ field of view. With just the click of the Path button, they also show up in motion.

When monitoring parking lots in commercial or residential properties, in hospitals, or schools, getting a comprehensive view of everything happening is essential. Using Map view, one’s security personnel can now seamlessly track vehicles of interest in real-time and enforce parking restrictions.

In large warehouses, operators can easily survey loading docks, inspect which vehicles are going in and out and with which goods or get alerts in case of accidents. By merely clicking the vehicle dot, one’s staff will see a thumbnail, live-footage view captured by the selected camera.

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