Avigilon Corporation

About Avigilon Corporation

Avigilon provides trusted security solutions to the global market and is owned by Motorola Solutions, Inc.

Founded in 2004, Avigilon provides trusted security solutions to the global market. The company has been acquired by Motorola Solutions, Inc. through its wholly owned subsidiary, Motorola Solutions Canada Holdings Inc. The company designs, develops, and manufactures video analytics, network video management software and hardware, surveillance cameras and access control solutions. Avigilon's products are shipped to end users in approximately 120 countries across many verticals, including stadiums, retail environments, school campuses, casinos, critical infrastructure and transportation stations.

 

Avigilon Corporation news

Avigilon Brings New Facial Recognition Features To Video Management Software With Avigilon Control Center (ACC) 7.6

Motorola Solutions, a global pioneer in responsible video analytics, announced the newest addition to its video security and analytics portfolio, Avigilon Control Center (ACC) 7.6. ACC™ 7.6 is the company’s most recent video management software release, enabling enterprise customers to better monitor their facilities through new AI-powered facial recognition features and analytics. The introduction of this technology is a part of Motorola Solutions’ ongoing commitment to creat...

Motorola Solutions’ Avigilon Integrates Enterprise Body-Worn Cameras And Video Management Software

Motorola Solutions announced the latest addition to its video security and analytics portfolio, the integration of its VideoTag enterprise body-worn cameras and Avigilon Control Center (ACC) video management software. The integration enhances enterprise security efforts by making live body-worn video and audio easily accessible through the ACC™ AI-powered platform. access control systems “The introduction of this integration is a part of our ongoing efforts to introduce intelligent...

Eagle Eye Networks Introduces Fisheye Camera Cloud-Client Dewarping In Eagle Eye Cloud VMS

Eagle Eye Networks, an international provider of cloud video surveillance, announced the release of its cloud-client fisheye camera dewarping solution. Eagle Eye Cloud VMS customers can now securely access their fisheye cameras and dewarp the video in real-time from their desktop browser or cellphone device. Eagle Eye Cloud VMS supports a broad array of fisheye cameras from multiple manufacturers, models include: Axis M3058 Hanwha 9010R Avigilon 12.0-H4F-DO1-IR Hikvision DS-2CD63C5G0-I(V)...

Avigilon Corporation case studies

Protecting Patients With Avigilon AI And Analytics Technology At Charlotte Hungerford Hospital

It was over a century ago that Charlotte Hungerford Hospital (CHH) was founded, as a gift by industrialist Uri T. Hungerford. The vision was to create a community hospital that would serve as a beacon of hope and a place of comfort for the sick and injured. 100 years later, that same community spirit has helped CHH evolve into a vibrant, independent, affordable healthcare network that delivers a comprehensive range of healthcare programs and services for over 100,000 lives in Northwestern...

Avigilon's Security Solutions Safeguard Staff And Students At Fulton County School System

Founded in 1871, Fulton County School System is the fourth largest school district in Georgia, United States. It consists of 101 schools and administrative support buildings, including 67 elementary schools, 19 middle schools, 17 high schools and eight charter organizations. Fulton’s mission is to provide a safe and secure environment for its more than 96,000 students and more than 12,000 full-time employees. To help enhance safety at more than 100 schools, Fulton has installed a full Avi...

Avigilon Aids Saudi Arabian Security Compliance With Full Equipping Of Security Solutions

Recent times have seen Saudi Arabia experience development at a remarkable rate, but key industry sectors have not always been able to keep pace. While certain industries grew by leaps and bounds (architecture, technology), others took longer to find their stride. Take, for instance, the retail industry; up until the early 2000s, Saudi Arabia was still new to the idea of North American shopping malls—most people still preferred shopping at traditional neighborhood convenience stores. Ara...