Motorola Solutions presents enterprise security solutions at ISC West 2024


Motorola Solutions has demonstrated at ISC West 2024 new capabilities and flexible integrations across its safety and security ecosystem.

Motorola claims that their enterprise security solutions bring together live video, AI analytics, touchless access, advanced alarm and identity management and radio communications to alert personnel to potential threats, automate workflows and accelerate response when it matters most.

“Enterprises face unique and complex threats based on their sizes, operational environments and the nature of their businesses,” said John Kedzierski, senior vice president of Enterprise Sales, Motorola Solutions. “We build and connect technologies that help identify anomalies, distill information and guide rapid action to enable faster and better-informed responses.

“Our flexible solutions enable enterprises of all types and sizes to view and manage their security operations from anywhere, 24/7.”

Motorola Solutions have showcased at ISC West new additions to its cloud-managed and on-premise solutions that they say improves threat detection and simplifies security operations for schools, hospitals, stadiums and other enterprises around the world.

These additions are:

  • Avigilon Alta Intrusion: This new alarm solution leverages data from cameras, sensors and access control solutions to detect physical intrusion into a building or a room.

    Using AI video analytics and a powerful rules engine to reduce false positives, it automatically sends event alerts with supporting video footage.

    Motorola Solutions will offer Avigilon Alta Intrusion as a 24/7 monitoring service to users such as schools, commercial real estate properties and retailers, validating alarms remotely via video and dispatching personnel when needed.
  • HALO Amplify: The new HALO Amplify connected sensor suite extends the functionality of the HALO 3C with up to 30 Bluetooth-connected sensors that include panic buttons, people counting and alerts when a door or window is opened, water leaks are detected and temperature and humidity levels change in sensitive areas.

    These sensors can be placed in areas that are hard to monitor such as small storage closets, under machinery or at floor level. Using cloud-based data and alerts, HALO 3C can be connected to security systems, including Avigilon Alta, Avigilon Unity and Orchestrate, to automate and manage workflows from anywhere.
  • Avigilon Unity Decision Management System (DMS): Now available with Avigilon Unity, the cloud-based DMS enables security staff to follow step-by-step predefined instructions in an emergency. With a single-screen interface, users can manage intrusion alerts, review threats and prevent unauthorised access to sensitive areas consistently and efficiently.
  • Pelco Elevate and Visible Firearm Detection: The Pelco Elevate analytics platform uses advanced AI to remotely monitor the image health of cameras and determine if they are positioned correctly and in focus. Also previewing with Pelco Elevate is a new add-on analytic capability, Visible Firearm Detection, which can alert security teams in real time if a firearm is detected by any connected Pelco camera.
  • Avigilon Alta and Mercury Security integration: Avigilon Alta cloud-based access control software will be integrated with Mercury Security’s open-architecture platform.

    This will give users of Mercury’s trusted controller solutions a range of Avigilon Alta capabilities and access to over 100 third-party applications that improve identity management, visitor management and emergency notification for a comprehensive security and safety solution.

Motorola Solutions are in booth #14059 and IPVideo, who Motorola acquired in December 2023, are in booth #17099.

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