Intelligent Security Systems (ISS), headquartered in Woodbridge, NJ, is a leading developer of security surveillance and control systems for networked digital video and audio recording, video image pattern processing and digital data transmission. ISS systems can be integrated with access control systems, fire and life safety, and can be made compatible with virtually any third-party security equipment. Some of the significant historical benchmarks include:
- The company’s roots are in space technology, dating back over 50 years, and this considerable pool of scientific and engineering talent has brought their significant research and development capabilities to bear in the field of integrated security systems.
- The scientific and experimental potential of the company was based on fundamental research in neural networks, pattern recognition, and robotic control systems, initially conducted in the aerospace industry, and in flexible, automated production systems.
As the industry leader in video management and image analytic software, the company offers some of the following advantages:
- Their expertise with advanced algorithms is unmatched, providing a level of intelligence that was previously only available for government and military applications.
- The company continuously develops functional capabilities of production, acquiring an advantage in the global market of video surveillance and security.
Today, over 120,000 deployments using ISS technology are employed in 53 countries. The products are implemented in banks, office complexes, industrial and manufacturing sites, retail locations and supermarkets, petrochemical processing facilities, marinas, sports arenas, casinos, hospitals, schools etc. ISS has patented object-oriented event driven core firmware, Delta Wavelet video compression, intelligent video motion detection and digital video recognition capabilities. It has well established partner relationships with major global players such as IBM, Axis Communications, Bosch Security, Barco, Anixter, Scansource and Hanwha Techwin.