Aimetis Symphony™ is award-winning intelligent video surveillance software that offers a single, innovative, open IP video platform for video management, video analytics, system integration and alarm management.
Privacy masks can be defined per camera on a per user basis. When privacy masks are applied, users with limited permissions view video but the motion areas are scrambled to protect the privacy of people being recorded. For users with appropriate permission, the privacy mask is removed.
Auxiliary or custom commands can be defined in Symphony which can be sent to video encoders or network cameras. These commands are automatically added to the PTZ control interface. Typical examples may be to toggle thermal camera polarity or turning on or off wipers.
Redundant & Failover Recording
Each camera can be simultaneously recorded to multiple storage locations or automatically record to a redundant location if the primary location is unavailable.
The Enterprise license now includes an Image Stabilization engine useful in outdoor environments to reduce false alarms caused by camera motion on windy days. This engine is currently provided as a BETA feature.
Customers on software maintenance can backup their server configuration both on-premise and the cloud.
Generic 360 Video Dewarping
The client software now dewarps 360° video streams when live, recorded or exported. This feature is manufacturer independent and does not affect previously recorded video.
In addition to recording audio, operators can talk through network cameras transforming them into IP intercoms. New user permissions were added to support 2-way audio.
Client & Server Device Packs
Automatically deploy client device packs by uploading device pack to server. Needed when clients connect to multicast video.
CPU Overload Protection in Server Farms
Automatically move cameras to other underutilized servers within server farm in order to keep CPU threshold below user defined value.
Restrict Concurrent Logins
Optionally force logoff when users login to another terminal.
List current users viewing a camera.
Enhanced User Monitoring
Administrators can view live sessions and logoff users.
Windows Active Directory based authentication is now compatible with stricter Kerberos encryption schemes – such as AES-256 – which is supported by Windows Server 2008 R2 and Window Server 2012 driven AD domains. Additionally, support for cross-domain authentication now exists.
Object classification, improved people counting and auto PTZ tracking.
Face Detection Video Analytic
Face detection used in search to improve video review process. This engine is currently provided as a BETA feature.
Users can now arm and disarm Rules by minute vs previously 30 minute segments.
Connect to Symphony from your Smartphone or Tablet
Aimetis Symphony 6.10 includes a new component (installed separately) called the Mobile Bridge which enables connectivity from your Apple and Android devices. Click here for more information.
Enhanced Security through Supervised Logons
A new mode is available allowing two users to log on simultaneously granting special user privileges.
Enhanced Camera Views
MultiView displays can now be saved as layouts in the Camera Tree and/or as icons on maps for more convenient access.
New Auto-PTZ Tracking Engine
A new Video Engine (PT091) has been added which provides superior auto-tracking capabilities for pan-tilt-zoom (PTZ) cameras.
Highly Scalable Automatic License Plate Recognition
The new “Queue Time” feature improves scalability of ALPR engine allowing up to 10 cameras to be connected per server in fixed parking applications.
Integrated Remote Support Module
Optionally installed, the Remote Support Module gives Aimetis Technical Support secure remote desktop access to Symphony servers in order to expedite troubleshooting.