Published on 30 September, 2016
|Whether Video Security or Value Imaging – the Winning Image is at the centre of Geutebruck's presence at the trade fair
Security in Essen, Germany, is often used to present new products, features or technical highlights. The industry's most important international trade fair is a natural fit in this respect. However, Geutebruck is taking a different direction and placing the focus on customer benefit. The ambitious goal: Increasing customer benefit with a single image – the Winning Image.
Whether Video Security or Value Imaging – the Winning Image is at the center of Geutebruck's presence at the trade fair. "Anyone can record images. Yet the key is not just having thousands of images, but rather having the exact right image at the decisive moment! That is our philosophy – because only that is useful for the customer." explains Katharina Geutebruck.
Video solution interface expertise
But how does one get a Winning Image? This is exactly where Geutebruck's proven interface expertise comes into play. After all, a picture alone is often not enough, but in combination with information from third party systems – such as perimeter protection or barcode scanners in the logistics – the value is quickly visible. Visitors to the fair can discover exactly what lies behind this approach directly at the Geutebruck booth. Here, the Geutebruck team will present its newest video solution. "Pictures say more than a thousand words. The video will introduce viewers to our two solution worlds, Video Security and Value Imaging and convey their importance both emotionally and on a content level, allowing them to understand what our promise of a Winning Image can mean to our customers," explains Katharina Geutebruck.
New integration solution components
Focusing on customer needs is also reflected in the sales orientation of the German company. Geutebruck will focus more on international target industries. "Because in order to offer customers added value in the long term, we need to know and understand their daily business and challenges in detail," emphasises Christoph Hoffmann, Managing Director of Geutebruck. As a result, Geutebruck has also demonstrated a clear commitment in the development of new solution components. "Each feature must contribute to customer benefit. This is a clear dictate to our product management," explains Hoffmann. Geutebruck will provide a sneak peek at new developments at Security Essen with G Health and G-Link. "These two new products provide even better integration and availability of Geutebruck systems – issues that really count," say Geutebruck and Hoffmann.
"These two new products provide even better integration and availability of Geutebruck systems – issues that really count"
The new solutions at a glance:
G-Health monitoring and reporting software
G-Health is monitoring software that monitors all critical system performance data and automatically reports every critical condition. This software is ideal for central remote diagnosis and maintenance of Geutebruck systems located at geographically different sites.
G-Link integration platform
G-Link is a central platform for the integration of all third-party systems connected to the network. This platform not only increases the efficiency of a modern security system, it also saves the user the often time-consuming task of handling several separate systems, from different vendors with different operating concepts.
The Winning Image with video security
Enhance your perimeter protection with The Winning Image with video security. It registers a movement at the fence and displays the captured image on a monitor. This allows the user to either see the event live or in the recording. The winning image with video security is entirely independent of lighting as its thermal camera provides a winning image despite low light conditions, over long distances, in all weather conditions.
The Winning Image with value imaging
Track and find your misdirected pallet with the assistance of The Winning Image with value imaging. It features all the relevant information in a single picture. It scans the pallet using a bar code, which then can be used to find the image and see the gate at which the good were loaded and might be at.