Exacq at ASIS 2011

Exacq at ASIS 2011ASIS 2011 just wrapped up in Orlando, and it was a busy show for us. Our booth enjoyed heavy traffic throughout the show, and our products were on display in a number of other booths as well. We had several new announcements at the show, including:

Updated server lineup – Our entire line of exacqVision IP and Hybrid servers is getting an upgrade to the latest Intel Sandy Bridge chipsets. Performance options have also been added to each product line for demanding local client and web service applications. The EL-Series of embedded appliances feature upgraded Intel Atom processors, and an Intel i3 option. The professional A-Series moves to an Intel i3 as standard, with an Intel i5 option, and come with Dual NICs as standard. And the enterprise-level Z-Series moves to the latest Intel Xeon and i7 processors. All units are either already shipping with the new chipsets, or will be shipping by October. Same price, better performance.

exacqVision 4.7 – We unveiled the latest version of our software, which features a redesigned Search Page, user login/logout feature, Fish-eye lens dewarping, Enterprise Notifications, and numerous camera additions and enhancements. More details in the exacqVision 4.7 blog post.

exacqVision Web Server 2.2 – The latest version of the web server allows access to server-side views, enabling saved views to be recalled by browser-based users.

exacq Mobile 2.2 at ASIS 2011exacq Mobile 2.2 – The latest exacq Mobile apps for the iPhone, iPad and Android devices has a new Saved Views feature, allowing for multiple camera views and layouts to be saved and recalled simply by swiping through the various saved views.

Enterprise Health Manager 1.4 – The latest version of Health Manager features additional alarm monitoring, plus the ability to right-click video replay for any logged alarm.

exacqVision HD-SDI "Tri-brid" Server – A new addition to the A-Series server lineup enables 16 SD analog inputs, up to 64 IP inputs, and 4 HD analog inputs, compatible with most HD-SDI and HDcctv-certified cameras.

exacqVision START – Our new low-priced Start software also received a number of new features with the 4.7 release, including the redesigned Search Page, fish-eye dewarping, user login, and numerous camera additions.

Elsewhere on the show floor, exacqVision was being featured in a number of booths. Samsung was showing exacqVision integration with their IP cameras. Access control vendors including S2 Security, Gallagher, and IDenticard were showing integration of exacqVision with their access control systems. GBO Security was using exacqVision software to highlight their unique InfinityLens line of megapixel camera lenses. On Sunday, the day before the show opened, we held our Manufacturer’s Rep & International Distributor sales meeting with a full house.

Several of our technology partners issued press releases in conjunction with ASIS on their latest integration with exacqVision, including these:
  – Bosch to demonstrate integration of IP cameras with third-party software at ASIS International 2011
  – Sentry360 Gains Ground on Industry Acceptance of 360-degree Imaging with Exacq Partnership
  – ImmerVision Enables exacqVision With 360-degree Functionality

We certainly appreciate all of our integrators, distributors and end users who came by the booth. We’ll be back at ASIS next year, in Philadelphia. Some pictures from the show are below. You can also view more pictures here.

ASIS 2011

ASIS 2011

ASIS 2011

ASIS 2011

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