CARY, N.C.—Ganz, a manufacturer of intelligent security systems, has announced the release of GanzCloud 2.0, a Cloud-based machine learning search engine powered by Camio.
The company states that its latest product release adds new features and enhancements to GanzCloud’s numerous capabilities to power proactive threat detection and in-progress event mitigation.
“This partnership celebrates the experience and success of both companies,” comments Takeshi Fujita, COO of CBC AMERICA, the parent company of Ganz. “With GanzCloud backed by Camio’s expertise, we’re excited to bring this real-time AI solution to our customers.”
GanzCloud 2.0 Scales to Fit a Range of System Needs
Ganz explains that by using Camio’s advanced, containerized AI video processing pipeline, GanzCloud 2.0 adds real-time natural language search capabilities to any security system. In addition, the newly announced Cloud-based solution features precise alerts, secure Cloud storage, fast search, and algorithms that learn to prioritize critical events.
New features the Cloud solution offers include pan/zoom using any browser without proprietary software, G-Suite Directory integration, and Simulcast, which makes a single camera stream available for multiple functions simultaneously
GanzCloud offers dealers a choice of packages for 1MP, 2MP, and 5MP recording with multiple storage options. All packages, Ganz continues, include human and vehicle detection, object classification, and additional standard features such as real-time alerts, easy access to live video streaming from any device, and data dashboards.
“Camio’s advanced AI and Cloud-native infrastructure coupled with Ganz’s market-leading, holistic approach to physical security deliver all the advantages of modern VSaaS in an easily deployable package,” adds Carter Maslan, Camio CEO.
Additionally, the company points out that Ganz customers can now receive real-time alerts on any device or browser and instantly review event summaries for fast event triage. GanzCloud 2.0 is designed to help solve urgent security problems like unauthorized access (tailgating) and false alarms, and the Cloud solution provides tools for multi-property monitoring and occupancy insights.
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