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Motorola Integrates Avigilon Advanced Video Analytics Feature

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In a concerted move to augment the rapidly evolving needs of public safety, Motorola Solutions, Inc. (MSI - Free Report) has decided to integrate the advanced video analytics feature of Avigilon Control Center video management software into CommandCentral Aware. This software will enable first responding officers to act promptly, limit criminal activities and manage time effectively, courtesy of enhanced video analyses.

CommandCentral Aware forms an integral part of Motorola’s end-to-end suite of command center software that enables seamless handling of an emergency situation soon after a 9-1-1 call is placed. With the integration of Avigilon Control Center video management software, a real-time intelligence feed backed by video analytics, incident details, alerts, data mapping and responder location will enable rescue workers and security forces to better handle the situation.

The software equipped with AI-based analytics will automatically alert intelligence analysts when unusual activities are detected. Consequently, experts will require less time to monitor video for prompt redressal to help first responders in the field.

As the leading provider of mission-critical communication products and services for government and commercial customers alike, Motorola has been offering its services to police and security forces and optimizing their operations for years. The company’s CommandCentral Aware software has helped achieve a significant drop in the crime rate.

With this software assistance, experts can track video footage, voice and other critical data simultaneously. It uses advanced analytics, accumulating computer aided dispatch system generated real-time information, emergency alerts and information from other data sources to lend support to the first responders within seconds. This also helps crime analysts confirm the exact location of the responding officers and facilitate transmission of critical data like camera footage, past criminal activity and other such significant statistics.

All these endeavors have not only helped check crime rates and optimize public service operations but have also driven the company’s growth and its consistent impressive performance.

Motorola has outperformed the industry in the past year with an average return of 48.1% compared with 29.9% rise for the latter.

Motorola currently has a Zacks Rank #2 (Buy). Some other stocks in the industry worth considering are United States Cellular Corp. (USM - Free Report) , Comtech Telecommunications Corp. (CMTL - Free Report) and Ubiquiti Networks, Inc. , each sporting a Zacks Rank #1 (Strong Buy). You can see the complete list of today’s Zacks #1 Rank stocks here.

United States Cellular has long-term earnings growth expectation of 1%. It surpassed earnings estimates in each of the trailing four quarters, the average positive surprise being 340.4%.

Comtech has trumped earnings estimates in each of the trailing four quarters, the average positive surprise being 136%.        

Ubiquiti has long-term earnings growth expectation of 18.6%. It surpassed earnings estimates thrice in the trailing four quarters, the average positive surprise being 9%.

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