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17th April 2019 Issue no. 453

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Arteco focuses on integration, intelligence and the user experience at ISC West

* Arteco_OMNIA.jpgArteco, a global provider of intelligent video management solutions, will showcase its integrated and event-based solutions and introduce its newest consumer-based user interface at ISC West 2019, the security industry's largest conference and exhibition.

ISC West marks the first time customers and partners can preview Arteco's new intuitive UI, OMNIA. The interface is developed specifically for Universal Windows Platform and enables a complete integration in Windows 10 and future releases, streamlining expansion and upgrade capabilities for end users. Available on desktop and tablet mediums, OMNIA delivers real-time push notifications and system health monitoring to maximize uptime, and its user-centric design facilitates fast and simplified access to information. Graphic acceleration and multi-monitor displays empower operators to easily manage views from high-resolution cameras and minimize video monitoring complexity.

* Arteco_ArtecoSecurityConnector.jpgArteco will also demonstrate its continued and significant focus on integration and event intelligence through the display of Arteco Security Connector, which extends integration capabilities between third-party devices. The award-winning Face Recognition solution will be showcased as well, enabling conference attendees to gain greater insight into the built-in analytic capabilities within the Arteco video management software.

* Arteco_Arteco-Face-Recog.jpg"Arteco believes in the combined power of three core functions essential for valuable software solutions: intuitiveness, intelligence andintegration," said Giampaolo Sabbatani, CEO, Arteco. "These capabilities differentiate our brand within the marketplace and allow us to provide organizations in a variety of markets with the innovative tools they need to achieve effective security and maintain efficient business operations."

Arteco will also highlight its focus on the integration of its VMS with seed-to-sale platforms within the cannabis market to create a comprehensive grow house management solution. The open platform architecture of the Arteco VMS allows cannabis facilities to establish video compliance and identify the most relevant information at any given time, transforming video security from a cost center to an operational tool that gives cannabis facility managers more oversight and control.

www.arteco-global.com

3rd April 2019




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