NICE to Showcase New NiceVision Release, Suspect Search, and Situation Management at ISC West 2015

NICE Expert Will Lead a Panel Discussion as Part of The SIA Education Program

April 13, 2015

​Paramus, New Jersey – April 13, 2015 – NICE Systems (NASDAQ: NICE) today announced that it will showcase its industry-leading security solutions in booth #12101 at ISC West 2015, which takes place April 15-17. At the event, NICE will demonstrate how customers can leverage situation management to gain operational intelligence and expand situational awareness to address routine and emergency situations in their security, safety and operations practices.

NICE will launch the newest version of its flagship NiceVision video management system, Net 3.0. The latest upgrades include capabilities such as enhanced edge recording for distributed environments, tools to promote simplified installation and maintenance for integrators, and protection against data loss during camera replacement. This release also supports Suspect Search, NICE’s patent-pending disruptive video analytics application.

The company will also showcase its advanced video analytics and situation management solutions, including:

  • Suspect Search – A video analytics application that analyzes hours of video in minutes to find a person of interest within a video surveillance network. By quickly retracing the movements of a suspect and pinpointing the suspect’s last known location, it enables fast apprehension, mitigates the impact of security threats, and reduces the risk of costly shutdowns.
  • NICE Situator – a situation management solution that enhances operational intelligence and efficiency, and allows organizations to handle complex, multi stakeholder incidents in information rich environments. Situator also features mobile and web capabilities which extend situation management from the control room to field operations, security, and safety personnel.
  • NICE Inform – An incident debriefing and investigation solution which integrates multimedia from various capture platforms to provide a 360-degree view of incidents.


NICE will also participate in the SIA Education program at ISC West. On April 15, Dr. Bob Banerjee, NICE’s Director of Global Training and Knowledge, will moderate a panel on “How to Survive the Security Industry in the Next Ten Years.” Panelists will compare and contrast the state of the security industry a decade ago, at present, and ten years in the future to determine what it will take not just to survive, but to thrive as an integrator.
NICE’s security solutions help organizations capture, analyze and leverage big data to anticipate, manage and mitigate security and safety risks, improve operations, and make the world a safer place. The NICE security, intelligence and cyber offerings provide valuable insights that enable enterprises and government agencies to take the best action at the right time by correlating structured and unstructured data from multiple sensors and channels, detecting irregular patterns, and recognizing trends. The solutions have been deployed to help secure a broad range of organizations and events, such as banks, utility companies, airports, seaports, city centers, transportation systems, major tourist attractions, as well as sporting events and diplomatic meetings.

Corporate Media Contact
Erik Snider, +1 877 245 7448, erik.snider@nice.com

Investors
Marty Cohen, +1 212 574 3635, ir@nice.com, ET
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