The latest news from Security Buying Group
14 July 2020
Digifort's new IPX analytics provides multi-zone, multi-camera occupancy.
Digifort IPX Analytics uses AI and Deep Learning to recognise people, vehicles and objects and how they are behaving.
04 May 2020
Digifort has released version 7.3 of its world-class, open-platform, VMS.
It has over 200 new, innovative features and improvements.
03 April 2020
Digifort integrates with all leading thermal cameras for life-safety solutions.
Digifort uses ‘hot-spot’ and ‘scene temperature deviation’ in thermal cameras to trigger alarms.
27 March 2020
Digifort 7.3 Beta 1 release is available to download.
Digifort release 7.3 Beta 1 is available to download.
27 February 2020
Digifort is integrated with award winning SAFR facial recognition
Digifort is integrated with SAFR from RealNetworks to provide the most accurate facial recognition solution available.
01 January 2019
Digifort integrates with more cameras than any other VMS.
Digifort's open platform VMS and analytics integrates with more than 300 leading CCTV manufacturers’ cameras.
17 December 2018
Digifort Synopsis software
Digifort’s new Video Synopsis module offers innovative features and tools for video forensics and electronic surveillance projects.
05 September 2018
CCTV site monitoring and IT system checks.
SBG offers VMS-based, CCTV site monitoring and IT system integrity checks.
04 September 2018
Digifort LPR enables multi-channel plate reading.
The Digifort vehicle License Plate Reading (LPR) system is a multi-channel, license module operating within its open-platform VMS.
09 July 2018
Digifort cyber security protects organisations and individuals from attack.
Cyber security comprises technologies, processes and controls that are designed to protect systems, networks and data from cyber attacks.
16 May 2018
‘Object speed’ comes as standard with Digifort.
The Digifort open platform VMS includes ‘object speed’ as standard within its video analytics suite.
25 April 2018
‘Hot-spot’ detection and temperature deviation.
SBG’s new thermal cameras use ‘hot-spot’ detection and ‘scene temperature deviation’.