Published on 12 Apr, 2007
The comprehensive range of Predator VC/VS and FusionPro+ MultiViewers will be on display on stand 4066 at the upcoming IFSEC 2007 exhibition to be held between 21 to 24 May, 2007 at NEC Birmingham, UK.
"We've maintained a strong and growing position within the International security, surveillance and control room community over the years and are pleased to demonstrate our tried and tested MultiViewer products that are made specifically for 24/7 monitoring of high-resolution, real-time video and data. We look forward to welcoming our existing and new clients to the stand at IFSEC 2007," comments Deirdre Smith, CEO at Zandar Technologies.
The 2RU Predator VC/VS MultiViewer systems are able to accept either 12 or 16 inputs and are ideal for configuration and manipulation of multiple security camera images. Predator VC/VS can combine an array of computer graphics including town centre maps, traffic hotspot software and weather maps. Each MultiViewer has in-built alarms and can be integrated with other crucial security elements such as access control, PA/VA and digital recording systems.
For the large screen display of multiple images and comprehensive control room monitoring, the 3RU FusionPro+ MultiViewer can handle up to 26 inputs with ease, and the 1RU handles up to 8 inputs. These inputs include CCTV camera images, computer imagery, satellite maps, DVD playback and digital video recording images.
Zandar shall also be showing their entry-level DX and MX Series MultiViewers in a pre-configured security and surveillance scenario.
Zandar's proprietary Z-Configurator software seamlessly controls and configures the Predator VC/VS and FusionPro+ MultiViewers. Two displays can be driven as a single monitor wall thanks to the Zandar Dual Head (ZdHTM) display capability. Further control options include the on-screen graphical display (OSD), an easily accessible front panel LCD menu and even an optional Zandar Remote Control Panel (ZRP).
Zandar MultiViewers are installed in control room applications around the globe. Thames Valley Police are using MultiViewers to monitor custody suites. Local government councils such as Sedgemoor District Council in the UK are also benefiting from the flexibility of using MultiViewers to monitor public areas. Large-scale monitoring of highly-secure areas in the US include the Federal Bureau of Investigations (FBI). Southwest Regional Water Treatment Plant in Seminole County, Florida, and Ohio River Basin also benefit from large-scale video monitoring.