Motorola Debuts Avigilon Network Video Recorder with AI Capabilities
The new AI NVR enables third-party cameras with analytics and the ability to make remote updates using Avigilon Cloud Services.
CHICAGO — Motorola Solutions, a communications equipment company, introduced the newest addition to its video security and analytics portfolio, the Artificial Intelligence Network Video Recorder (AI NVR).
The AI NVR combines the traditional Avigilon NVR with the capabilities of the Avigilon AI appliance to provide enterprises with a solution that fulfills their analytic, storage and cybersecurity needs, according to the company.
The solution is Cloud-connected, enabling remote management through Avigilon Cloud Services so that users can easily perform software upgrades and download new applications.
Motorola says rather than replacing an entire video security set up, users can now connect their existing camera system with the AI NVR to gain access to the Avigilon advanced analytics.
This includes Avigilon appearance search technology and object detection and classification, as well as no face mask detection and occupancy counting from the COVID-19 insights suite.
“The AI NVR is a game-changer when it comes to helping enterprises achieve their security goals. We are providing a cost-effective option that enables our customers to become more efficient in their security efforts, resulting in a safer environment,” says John Kedzierski, senior vice president, video security & analytics at Motorola Solutions. “By combining analytics and the Cloud in an appliance that is easy to deploy and manage, security operators are able to make better-informed decisions while streamlining their system management operations.”