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3xLOGIC Makes Real-Time POS Data Accessible from Any Mobile Device

3xLOGIC, Inc., a leading provider of advanced video surveillance and video-enabled business intelligence, announced today that its VIGIL Video Management System (VMS) now enables unrivalled remote access, including a new POS (Point-of-Sale) feature that allows users to view POS overlaid data live and in search mode, on any iOS or Android mobile device. The remote accessibility that 3xLOGIC VIGIL Mobile provides to POS transactional and video data is exclusive to 3xLOGIC, further demonstrating the Company’s commitment to ensuring that users can, See Your Business Differently™.

3xLOGIC VIGIL Mobile puts POS data and related video on any handheld device for unrivaled accessibil ...

3xLOGIC VIGIL Mobile puts POS data and related video on any handheld device for unrivaled accessibility. (Photo: Business Wire)

For more than 15 years, 3xLOGIC has been on the forefront of intelligent video analytics and remote accessibility. The Company’s VIGIL VMS was engineered from its inception to capture data from a variety of data sources, including audio data, video data and transactional data. VIGIL users make informed, effective and timely decisions about their business, their assets, and their employees, based on facts not assumptions.

“Remote accessibility has always been a hallmark at 3xLOGIC,” says Matthew Kushner, 3xLOGIC, Inc. CEO. “Unlike other mobile apps that only stream reduced resolution video, VIGIL Mobile allows users to view real-time, high resolution video—with complete POS searching capability—on their handheld devices. VIGIL Mobile ensures our users have the video resolution, via tablets or smart phones, necessary to remove ambiguity and guesswork from active investigations resulting in both increased effectiveness and apprehensions.”

Enabling both live viewing and video playback with comprehensive, yet intuitive POS search functionality, 3xLOGIC VIGIL Mobile supports analog, IP, and megapixel camera feeds including 180° panoramic and 360° hemispheric cameras. Additionally, VIGIL Mobile provides complete pan-tilt-zoom (PTZ) control via virtual joystick controls for unrivaled control of your viewing mode. Now Loss Prevention professionals can use the small form-factor of hand-held devices for discrete anytime, anywhere investigations.

3xLOGIC VIGIL Mobile provides H.264 (both main and sub-stream feeds) and MPEG4 support for live video for maximum bandwidth utilization. Engineered for use with Apple iOS 6 and Android 3.2 or later operating systems, 3xLOGIC VIGIL Mobile can be downloaded for no cost at: http://www.3xlogic.com/3xproducts/3xlogic-vigil-mobile.

3xLOGIC will be demonstrating the capabilities of VIGIL Remote in their booth (Booth 31057) at the ISC West 2014 Exhibition, scheduled for April 2-4, 2014, in Las Vegas, NV.

About 3xLOGIC, Inc.

3xLOGIC employs the latest advances in intelligent video analytics, delivering relevant, useful business intelligence when you need it, where you need it. Companies are able to track and improve on metrics that directly impact the success of their business. Leveraging 3xLOGIC’s exclusive RapidStream™ Technology, users are ensured access to this data anytime, anywhere—even in low bandwidth situations. For more information about 3xLOGIC’s intelligent video surveillance solutions, or to learn more about becoming a 3xLOGIC Authorized Partner, visit www.3xlogic.com or call (877) 3XLOGIC or (877) 395-6442.

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