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play-btn What sets Qognify Situator apart from other PSIM offerings?

Not all PSIM solutions are created equal in fact many fall far short of being true situation management systems, observes Qognify’s Ophir Levy in his latest video blog. At one end of the spectrum you have the ability to integrate several sensors whilst other, you have Q...

play-btn How do you choose between a VMS and PSIM system?

With powerful next-generation video management systems (VMS) such as Qognify’s VisionHub, capable of integrating multiple safety and security systems, to deliver a clearer operating picture to the control room, how do you know when you need a VMS or are full scale physi...

play-btn How can security systems serve the wider organisation?

Today, large enterprises ranging from railways, airports, utilities and safe/ smart cities, are looking beyond security when deploying technology systems. They are realising that power and potential of situation management extends far beyond the command and control room...

play-btn How are railways improving the way incidents are managed?

Situation management systems such as Qognify Situator are increasingly relied upon by rail operators around the world. In this video, Ophir Levy, of Qognify, explains how the siloed approach operators working in command and control have traditionally used, is rapidly be...

play-btn What is the best solution to help locate a person of interest?

The longer it takes to locate a person of interest the slimmer the chance of finding them, observes Ophir Levy from Qognify, in this short video. He explains how in a critical situation Qognify Suspect Search is the ideal system to not only pinpoint a person’s current l...

play-btn The benefits of suspect search over facial recognition

Facial recognition isn’t typically the best option for detecting and tracking a known, or unknown person of interest. Qognify’s, Ophir Levy, explains the crucial difference with Qognify Suspect Search, which does not require an ‘identity’ to rapidly search across multip...