Vicon to Exhibit at ISC West 2023, Las Vegas, Showcasing Their Unified End-to-End Security Solutions and New Executive Team

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Vicon Industries is exhibiting at ISC West 2023 (Booth #5081), where they will introduce their expanded team and unveil more than a dozen new products.

Vicon Industries, Inc., a subsidiary of Cemtrex Inc. (Nasdaq: CETX, CETXP), designer and manufacturer of video surveillance and access control software, hardware, and components, is set to exhibit at ISC West 2023, which will be held March 28-31 at the Venetian Expo, Las Vegas. Attendees are warmly invited to visit the company at booth #5081.

The Vicon exhibit will focus on the company’s latest advancements to their centralized security solution that allows users to monitor video, AI-based analytics events, alarms, access control, license plate recognition (LPR), and system health through a single unified user experience.

These new and forthcoming additions exponentially reduce the time users spend on post-incident investigations, and allow them to maintain their surveillance infrastructure with ease.

“One of Vicon’s major differentiators in the industry is the end-to-end, tightly integrated nature of our solutions,” said Saagar Govil, Chairman and CEO of Cemtrex. “For example, our VMS is the primary interface for viewing video—with its associated data—across the various platforms. This video-centric approach allows our customers to remain within the VMS interface to view and manage events from integrated solutions, like access control, LPR, vape detection, and more, all through a single pane of glass,” continued Govil. “ISC West brings together every segment of the security industry, and we look forward to showcasing our innovative technology at this year’s event.”

The company’s latest product launches, as well as sneak-peeks of upcoming releases, will be on display for customers to see in action, including:

AI-Based Analytics (get a sneak preview!). With deep-learning intelligence, Vicon’s line of Roughneck® AI Cameras and its latest VMS release—Valerus 23.1—combine to deliver powerful AI-based object classification, tracking, recording, and forensic searching. By filtering out non-relevant video (e.g., shadows, reflections, and extraneous motion), and focusing only on motion that’s triggered by people and/or vehicles in post-incident searches, users can find the information they need in a fraction of the time. Additionally, the cameras’ ability to classify people and vehicles dramatically reduces the occurrence of false motion-triggered alarms.

Numerous Enhancements to Valerus VMS. The latest Valerus updates are the cornerstone of Vicon’s unified platform for controlling video, access control, LPR, and other integrated applications from a single interface.

  • Cloud archiving. Vicon has teamed up with several of the industry’s mainstream cloud storage service providers to offer cloud archiving. Now users can combine the performance of local recording with the convenience of storage in the cloud for secure, scheduled, automatic archiving. Users can archive their video, audio, and data directly to a cloud drive, where it can be safely stored and seamlessly accessed, with longer retention times. This also allows users to be compliant with video retention regulations.
  • Virtual Matrix Display Control (VMDC). VMDC—which has traditionally been a popular feature with Vicon’s legacy ViconNet VMS users—is now available in Valerus. For facilities that leverage a Security Operation Center (SOC), VMDC provides that single point of contact for controlling a large number of monitors, or a monitor wall, through one interface, eliminating the need to manage each Client individually. Users can set up and control the displays of all connected monitors, regardless of where those monitors are physically located—in the control room, in another building, or across the globe.
  • Desktop Client. Valerus is now available as a desktop application. This new Client offers customers better resource management and enhanced performance because it leverages the perfect balance between CPU and GPU usage for more streams, especially at higher resolutions and frame rates.

LPR. The Roughneck AI LPR Cameras allow users to capture, store, and search on license plates from over 70 countries, and visually examine details like vehicle color, make, and model in impressive 8 MP detail—all from a single camera. The new LPR cameras—available in both bullet and box form factors—are ideal for stop-and-go applications, like gated communities, drop-off/pick-up lines, parking garages, drive-thrus, and more.

VAX Access Control. Introducing new rack enclosures for rack mounting Vicon’s VAX door controller boards. These steel enclosures can house a variety of VAX controller boards, along with their power supplies, for easy and secure installation into most standard server racks. This solution simplifies board layout and wire management, and reduces installation time and labor costs.

Users can also come to the Vicon booth to get a preview of VAX 3.10, which includes a brand new user interface with intuitive dashboards, built-in photo-badging capabilities, and new integrations with Schlage Wireless Readers and DSC Alarm Panels.

Shadow Elite Servers. Vicon offers its powerful VMS functionality—pre-installed and pre-tested—in a variety of server offerings that scale in performance to best match customer requirements. The introduction of these new servers fulfills the industry demand for reliable higher-performance options for growing security ecosystems. Powered by Dell® and Intel® technology, the Shadow Elite line of servers offers the highest level of performance needed to execute today’s surveillance demands for long-term endurance.

New Portfolio of 5 MP Corner Mount Cameras. Uniquely designed to deliver complete coverage of a room, these vandal-resistant, fixed IP cameras deliver 5 MP coverage in a wide variety of indoor applications—especially where there is risk of tampering or destruction. Vicon’s new series of Roughneck AI corner cameras includes a new standard Corner Camera, an upgraded V-CELL High-Security Camera—which is a popular solution for correctional facilities across the globe—and a camera module for V-CELL retrofit opportunities (for existing V-CELL installations). Each provides the industry’s highest resolution for this class of cameras.

Customer-Focused Executive Leadership Team

Providing world-class services and solutions is a core value for Vicon, and over the last twelve months, the company has added new industry experts to its executive leadership team—professionals with a passion for keeping the customer in the forefront of everything Vicon does. The team has already had a huge impact in terms of reshaping the company’s culture, product offering, and processes that continue to exceed customer expectations. Vicon’s new Chief Operating Officer, Senior VP of Product Management, VP of Engineering, and VP of Customer Success will be at the company’s booth at ISC West, and are eager to meet with attendees.

“It is an absolute pleasure to be part of a leadership team that shares a passion for customer success and works diligently to keep the customer in the forefront of everything we do,” said Shane Compton, Vicon’s Chief Operating Officer. “This is rare in our industry and is one of the many things that makes Vicon unique,” added Compton.

To learn more about Vicon or the availability of our technologies, contact the company by visiting booth #5081, filling out the form here, or emailing

About Vicon Industries, Inc.

Vicon is a proud Cemtrex company, a leading technology partner of the world’s most influential brands dedicated to empowering them with innovative technology that drives their businesses and products. Since 1967, Vicon has been a leading provider of mission-critical security surveillance systems. The innovative company provides security solutions for some of the largest municipalities and businesses in the United States and around the world and delivers a wide range of cutting-edge and compliant security technologies, from AI-driven video analytics to fully integrated access control solutions.

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