Introducing the release of the VideoNet PSIM 9.1

Dear users and partners!

Introducing the release of the VideoNet PSIM 9.1 security platform, which has updated the algorithm of the intelligent video analytics module - face recognition, supported new equipment - Came intercom call panels, Intel Quick Sync Video hardware decoding. The user interface has been improved, bug fixes have been carried out to improve the stability and reliability of the system.



New equipment – Came intercom call panels


As part of the development of the concept of creating a safe residential complex on the VideoNet PSIM platform, new equipment was supported - Came intercom call panels. Modern trends in the development of residential complexes include the concept of integration, when the functions of systems grow together into a single whole. VideoNet PSIM combines video surveillance, access control, security and fire alarms, face and licence plate recognition, abandoned object detection into a functional complex with the ability to control the situation and prevent incidents, control access of unauthorized people and vehicles.


Came MTMA/IP intercom call panels are a versatile solution for residential complexes with different needs, as the panel has a unique modular design and 32 modules to create individual solutions in terms of functionality and design.


Remote programming of access and monitoring of passages is carried out in the VideoNet ACS environment. One VideoNet server can serve up to 800 Came intercoms or up to 6400 passage points.


VideoNet allows to:

  • Add CAME devices to the system configuration;
  • Create an ACS database designed to store data about apartments, residents, access permissions, etc.;
  • Add the keys by which access will be granted to the ACS database;
  • Set up access (to entrances, gates, etc.);
  • View and analyze all recorded events of access to the territory using CAME equipment;
  • Divide access rights and functions of VideoNet system users depending on needs and official duties.


Intel Quick Sync Video hardware decoding

Intel® Quick Sync Video hardware decoding speeds up video processing, significantly reduces processor load during video streaming and playback, and reduces system power consumption.


VideoNet version 9.1 SP6 uses Intel® Quick Sync Video Technology to display FullHD (1920x1080) and UHD video on client seats. This technology is in demand in the creation of monitoring centers, where monitoring of the object plays an important role.


One of the main trends in the market of video surveillance systems has been the development and implementation of the H.265 codec, which allows you to save on communication channels, archives and makes it possible to cost-effectively switch to Ultra HD resolution. Support for H.265 hardware decoding in VideoNet 9.1 allows to reduce hardware requirements for server and client equipment and take full advantage of the H.265 codec.


In VideoNet, Intel Quick Sync Video technology is applicable for decoding:

  • Video in H.264, H.265 and H.265+ formats.
  • In real time, when viewing the archive,

To use Intel Quick Sync Video, you need to verify on an Intel resource that the processor has an integrated graphics core that supports Intel Quick Sync Video.


A new version of the Tevian 2.14.4 face recognition algorithm, which has increased the quality and stability of face capture and recognition.


Download VideoNet 9.1 SP6


You can ask our engineers a question, get advice and recommendations on setting up the system and connecting equipment.
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