LiDAR-based surveillance solution by Hexagon Geosystems to be showcased at ISC West 2022


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Hexagon Geosystems will be exhibiting its LiDAR-based 3D surveillance solution at ISC West 2022 in Las Vegas.

Live demonstrations at the company’s booth will include 3D functionality with Hexagon’s 3D surveillance portfolio which includes the Leica BLK247 sensor (fusing LiDAR, video and thermal imaging) and advanced Accur8vision software that enables an advanced view of alarm situations and uses an intuitive 3D environment for simple planning and virtual testing.

Another demonstration will include AI functionality. Hexagon’s smart 3D surveillance solution detects physical changes in a space, immediately determines threats versus non-threats with accuracy and notifies the relevant personnel accordingly.

Finally, Hexagon’s temperature alarms will be showcased. The system can notify operators, if certain temperatures are exceeded in pre-defined areas.

LiDAR-based detection solutions

LiDAR-based detection uses spatial information to assess the size and shape of an object. Hexagon Geosystems’ solutions overcome the restrictions of traditional 2D surveillance solutions that struggle with variable lighting and weather conditions. LiDAR-based detection uses spatial information to assess the size and shape of an object.

In an alarm event, the system provides the security operator with information about the size, exact location and movement trajectory of an intruder. It immediately differentiates between a threat or a non-threat, for example by detecting a human intruder and ignoring wildlife. This reduces the number of costly and time-intensive false alarms that erode users’ trust in their security systems.

ISC West 2022

ISC West 2022 event attendees are invited to probe Hexagon’s 3D security experts and can also arrange interviews with customers or a large security distributor partner, at the company’s booth number 19117. 

Hexagon’s main 3D surveillance experts, Tony Grisham, Carl-Thomas Schneider and Martin Vojtek will be at the booth and are available for interviews. Carl-Thomas Schneider, the Vice President (VP) of Business Development at Hexagon Geosystems, is the expert for the Leica BLK247 and the overall 3D Surveillance solution.

Martin Votjek, the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Tacticaware, part of Hexagon Geosystems and the spokesperson for the software part of the solution, Tony Grissam, can share information about applications and use cases.

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