Iryx: Multi-spectral Visible & Thermal Imaging Solutions

Author: Art of Logic  Date Posted:8 August 2022 

 

Iryx: Multi-spectral Visible & Thermal Imaging Solutions

Multi-Spectral Visible and Thermal Imaging solutions see more than conventional cameras for longstanding and emerging security and business intelligence applications. They uniquely allow you to differentiate and classify bodies, vehicles and faces in any or no light with features like liveliness detection and radiometric information improving analytics and situational comprehension.The iryx camera acts as its own server with high level integration with the Nx Witness VMS platform and also utilises up to an 80 object recognition library.

 

Thermal Optics Camera - Available Now!

 

AoL thrives on protecting you & your business:

Thermal cameras are perfect for seeing in low light and in total darkness and provide you with vision to see hidden things that cannot be seen by the naked eye or a CCTV, even with (IR) infrared illumination. The iryx thermal optics camera measures objects that have become over heated and utilizes machine learning to detect live objects in total blackness and classifies them against known object recognition database. The iryx camera acts as its own server with high level integration with the Nx Witness VMS platform and also utilizes up to an 80 object recognition library. Iryx integrates with the Nx Witness VMS server onboard which can act as a server for up to an additional 3 “dumb cameras”. Current tests reveal the iryx camera can retain up to 90 days of video storage all in the one device itself!

With reputable partners across the Nation, Art of Logic is the partner of choice to deliver high quality video intelligence and security solutions for a range of industries, including:

  • Retail stores:
    • Use an iryx camera not only as your video surveillance server (with up-to three additional “dumb cameras”) but also as an alarm detection device. There is no escaping thermal optics that are using computer vision to detect humans to send the video verified alert to you or your control room!

  • Critical infrastructure:

    • Thermal optics cameras are now being widely deployed to protect facilities such as aged care, hospitals, airports, power stations, facilities, and more.

  • Construction sites:
    • Detect theft and unwanted guests entering the site.

  • Schools:

    • Reduce vandalism on or around the grounds, which often occurs at night under cover of darkness.

  • Rooftops:

    • Ideal for rooftop settings because, unlike traditional video cameras, they are effective in all weather conditions, day or night.

  • Self-Storage facilities

    • Detect unwanted movement over longer distances than traditional cameras and trigger an alarm before criminals can ever make it to a storage container door.