Snap Network Surveillance Pty Ltd. (“Snap Surveillance”), the developer of the world’s first and only AI-based intelligent tracking software for large-scale security camera networks, has announced the establishment of North American operations based in San Diego, California. This new office will focus on the United States and Canada regions as well as provide additional support to Central and South America.
The new San Diego office will function as a demo center for the company’s Force Multiplier (FMx) VMS add-on tool, which delivers significantly faster and more reliable suspect tracking and forensic review capabilities for systems such as Milestone’s XProtect.
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San Diego location will provide integrators and customers with the experience of a security operations center
Snap Surveillance’s San Diego location will provide integrators and their customers with the experience of a security operations center (SOC) with a functioning VMS system, numerous IP-cameras, along with the FMx tool to showcase the improved tracking capabilities for large-camera count environments such as hospital, airports, universities, and casinos.
“This is a significant step for Snap Surveillance and is a realization of the growth we have achieved over the past ten years of operations from Australia,” stated Simon Langsford, CEO, Snap Surveillance. “Our recent project wins in the U.S. – including airports, universities, and hospitals - has highlighted the need to strengthen our support within the North American market.”
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With the opening of the North American office, Snap Surveillance has also appointed Jay Jason Bartlett as the new General Manager for North America.
Snap Surveillance will be exhibiting at the Global Security Exchange (GSX) in Chicago, IL, September 10 – 12, 2019 within the GSX Disruption District in booth 3417. As a Gold Partner and Certified Solution with Milestone Systems, Snap Surveillance will be demonstrating its patented AI-based system that is 10x faster than human-alone subject tracking, removing the operator stress of knowing where to look or which camera feed will be needed next.