MILWAUKEE —Johnson Controls introduces the new exacqVision C-Series, which is said to take the guesswork out of sourcing a system for a live video monitoring station.
The C-Series supports 16-32 video streams at full HD and ensures smooth playback during live monitoring or search, according to the company.
The C-Series offers three options — Standard, Pro and Pro Plus — each with a unique processor and RAM capacity, designed by the same team who built the exacqVision client software.
Available with a Windows 10 or Ubuntu 18.04 operating system, these video monitoring stations are designed by Exacq to deliver optimal performance and are easy to install, according to the company.
The exacqVision C-Series is VESA-mountable and can be placed on the back of a display monitor, wall, or other environment with space constraints.
exacqVision Integrates With Percolata
exacqVision now integrates with Percolata to form an integrated solution using data from employees, traffic sensors, marketing calendars, historical information and video from exacqVision’s VMS to create customized computer vision and advance predictive analytics.
The integrations is well-suited for retail businesses and malls that want actionable data to recalibrate business decisions that increase sales, according to the company.
The integration provides features for physical retail stores such as:
- Walk-in and walk-by traffic analytics
- Classify employees vs. shoppers
- Associate related shoppers into a buyer group
- Flexible vantage points to eliminate the need for additional cameras and new wiring
- Accurately forecast traffic
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