Alliance Monitoring Reduces Costs and Enhances Services with Axxon One VMS
Alliance Monitoring implemented Axxon One VMS, which reduced false alarms from cameras by 3 times and enabled the use of fewer monitors and client computers. The company saves on equipment, operator salaries, and electricity.
Alliance Monitoring is a leading security solutions provider in Latvia, offering protection to facilities across the country. The company wanted to improve its video surveillance system to enhance services and deliver better results to customers. They decided to pilot Axxon One VMS, which resulted in reducing the number of false alarms by 3 times. Based on the pilot’s positive results, Alliance Monitoring implemented Axxon One VMS at all customer sites. The implementation was carried out by Alliance Gis, an experienced system integrator.
The main challenge of the pilot was to compare Axxon One VMS with the legacy system to demonstrate its efficiency and reliability. For the comparative tests, Alliance Monitoring wanted to apply basic motion and line-crossing detection without neural network tools. The goal was to decrease the number of false alarms detected by the system and optimize the video surveillance solution to reduce costs. The company already had a set of cameras and decided to use the same camera models to maintain the integrity of the study.
Alliance Gis implemented Axxon One VMS for a comparative test against the existing system. The test was conducted overnight and showed up to 3 times less false alarms detected. Axxon One has proven to be more efficient and reliable than the legacy system, even with basic video analytics and no AI detection tools. As a result, Alliance Monitoring deployed the system across all customer sites. The implementation included 10 servers, 5 times more cameras than during the test, 2 video walls with 8 monitors each, and an administrator workstation. Existing NVRs were integrated to further optimize the system.
The implementation of Axxon One VMS has resulted in a threefold reduction in false alarms. The security center significantly optimized operators’ workload and operational expenses, and now it uses 16 fewer monitors and 4 fewer client computers. The number of video cameras an operator can handle has increased 3 times and more. Through it all, Alliance Monitoring saves considerable costs on equipment, operator salaries, and electricity. System optimization and efficiency have led to significant improvements to the company’s operations and services. Now they plan to expand the number of cameras by 3 times.
Axxon One VMS implementation at Alliance Monitoring’s security center and customer sites has proven successful, resulting in substantial service improvements. False alarms are reduced by the system’s efficient and reliable operation, which saves money. Axxon One’s scalability and flexibility make it an ideal choice for future enhancements. The partnership with Alliance GIS has been instrumental in the system’s successful implementation, and Alliance Monitoring looks forward to continuing the collaboration for further innovations.
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