Number plate recognition software MULTIEYE®
Number plate recognition software MULTIEYE® "Gate" available now

artec technologies AG introduces the cost effective, camera independent number plate recognition software "MULTIEYE ANPR Gate" for the access control of vehicles. Access and exit controls are situated in front of barriers, car parks or the registration of supplier vehicles on company grounds. There are various operation ranges for the new number plate recognition software "MULTIEYE ANPR Gate".The standard version can monitor two lanes. Easy expansion at any time, via extra licenses (up to 8 cameras/lanes per server). Number plates out of over 40 countries are recognised and registered safely and reliably.Access authorisations for vehicles can be altered very fast and black & white lists can be imported out of excel drafts. The software module offers the integration of external devices for the opening of barriers, a trigger for traffic lights, etc., or an efficient alarm management.The camera independent software solution supports analogue and IP cameras. The extension of existing MULTIEYE video surveillance systems with the number plate recognition module is possible at any time.The number plate recognition module gate is based on the successful software MULTIEYE ANPR Traffic that was designed for the monitoring of moving traffic and has been deployed in numerous projects within Europe since 2008. The ANPR modules work with all MULTIEYE-HYBRID and Network Video Recorders (NVR) or with systems based on MULTIEYE-NET Software. The two channel versions can be operated directly on existing systems. This reduces costs for a separate license plate recognition server.

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artec technologies announces cooperation with Envisage Technology Ltd.
artec technologies announces cooperation with Envisage Technology Ltd.

artec releases its latest version of MULTIEYE-NET and the new MVE 1,2 and 4-Channel real time video encoders in combination with various hi-res and megapixel cameras.  This will be the kick-off for the cooperation between artec technologies AG and Envisage Technologies Ltd on the UK market. "In order to provide better service to all UK based customers, artec is aiming to cooperate with value-added distributors who will follow the artec line of products, consisting of tailor-made Hybrid-DVR and NVR solutions as well as other MULTIEYE digital security products.  In this respect artec is pleased to announce a close cooperation with Envisage Technology Ltd. Envisage Technology is a high-end CCTV distributor in the UK with a strong focus on original products that fill niches to which conventional CCTV cannot do justice.  They have earned their reputation through helping their clients create innovative project designs and smooth system integration.  In particular Envisage Technology is at the forefront of Megapixel CCTV distribution.  All in all, this is a perfect basis for a successful cooperation," said Paul André de Jong, Chief Operating Officer at artec technologies AGMULTIEYE-NETIP video recorder and management software for 4-32 channelsMULTIEYE-NET Software and NVR solutions are suitable for nearly all kinds of application.  Scalable up to 32 cameras per server, the system works with network based video sources such as IP cameras and video encoders. Create highly professional PC-based network video recorder (NVR) for 4 - 32 IP cameras in the shortest amount of time with artec technologies AG newest generation of MULTIEYE NET software.  Live monitoring, recording, playback and remote inquiry are only a few of the extensive possibilities that MULTIEYE-NET offers.  Even in the basic version, the software supports the most common IP cameras and video servers from a great variety of manufacturers.  This enables lightning-fast and uncomplicated camera integration. The latest version of MULTIEYE-NET supports recording, playback and zoom of megapixel cameras.  Try recording, playback and zoom with MEGAPIXEL cameras through MULTIEYE-NET and obtain an image quality that could never be reached with analogue cameras.  With the integrated PTZ control, you can comfortably operate high-speed dome cameras by remote control. An eye on everything: the integrated remote server function enables you to call up live cameras or playback from other locations via ISDN, DSL, network, Internet or GSM/UMTS, depending on the communications distance involved.  In case an alarm has been triggered or a camera fails, you will immediately be informed by email or text message.  In combination with the 'VideoCenter II" software, you can poll site-plan based live cameras by mouse click.  The additional software tools like Autobackup and DATALOG Module make this software usable for almost any security application!The highlights:Versatile IP-Camera recorder & management softwareOpen IP-Camera platform with 180 integrated camera and video server profilesSophisticated remote monitoring up to 320 cameras by VideoCenter IIHDTV recording with up to 6 MegapixelModular, scalable and many enhanced optionsPerfectly aligned with MVE Realtime Video Encoders

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Keep an eye on things with VideoCenter II
Keep an eye on things with VideoCenter II

MULTIEYE VideoCenter II is a site-plan based, cross-system video management solution for administering a virtually unlimited number of MULTIEYE systems and simultaneously displaying up to 256 video windows on up to 4 workstation monitors at a polling station.  Regardless of whether you need an easy-to-operate but effective solution for reception or a complex control centre solution, the highly configurable VideoCenter II software is suited for a large variety of applications. The intuitive user interface enables efficient interaction with the video surveillance system and provides all the relevant information in real time via IP networks.  In this way, you can keep everything in view, open doors or barriers and receive up-to-date information on critical events within your company, regardless of whether it is local or remoteHighlightsSite-plan based video management software for cross-system display and operation of unlimited MULTIEYE systems. Simultaneous display of up to 256 video windows. Integrated site-plan editor for simple positioning of interactive icons. Support of up to 4 monitors. For each monitor, freely definable monitor layout (live and playback windows, hot-spots, browser, I/O control window, event lists, etc.) User management. Dynamic hot-spot function. Browser integration: display of HTML pages (e.g. emergency plans of action.) Instant replay of recordings and time-shifted playback. Automatic alarm-image call-up. PTZ control via software, keyboard or operational unit. Retroactive control of alarm inputs and outputs. Simple installation and configuration.

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Top issue: Remote monitor recording with MULTIEYE®
Top issue: Remote monitor recording with MULTIEYE®

The increasingly intensive discussion about an enhancement of the burden proof concerning transactions in banks, at brokers and security companies as well as the increasing requirements of companies of being able to record  correct and legally compliant actions if necessary, create an enormous demand for monitor recording systems.artec technologies AG provides a software, which has delivered an optimal performance in practice for many years and which is completely integrated into the video surveillance system MULTIEYE.Remote Monitor Recording stands for transmitting, displaying, recording and the replay of monitor signals, respectively display content by means of a network.MULTIEYE® recorders offer the possibility to transmit not only the signals of video cameras, but also those of PC displays via the network, e.g in control centres, at production systems, automated teller machines, diagnostic devices or from MULTIEYE® recorders. Thus allowing the tracking and documentation of operational processes, dialogues, handling and malfunctions.The DesktopLogger moduleTo process display signals of PC's in MULTIEYE® systems, the DesktopLogger module has been developed. The module consists of a client PC software and an activation licence for the MULTIEYE®-NET software or MULTIEYE®-NET recorders.The client software has to be installed on the PC to be monitored. With the activation licence one or more channels on the MULTIEYE® recorder are activated. The client software scans the displays with a sample rate of several images per second - without any influence on the PC - and transmits the images via the network to the  MULTIEYE® recorder. The images are processed by the MULTIEYE® recorder just as those from a network camera, i.e. with live display, recording and remote transmission. Motion Detection and Smart Search functions, such as MotionTrack and MotionSearch can be used, too.Surveillance of several displays on one PCThe DesktopLogger client software considers the number of connected displays at the PC, which has to be monitored as well as their individual display resolutions. Each display is processed as an individual channel in the MULTIEYE® system.Connection of displays by means of a VGA splitterIf there is no possibility to install the client software on the PCs, the VGA displays can be scanned with a VGA/analogue splitter and the signals can be sent analogue to the MULTIEYE®-HYBRID recorder. This is possible with a resolution of max. 800 x 600 pixels. If higher resolutions have to be recorded in real-time, artec technologies AG offers, additionally to MULTIEYE®, another recording and transmission system:  The XBL-Broadcast Logger system with VGA/DVI ports.Pure monitor recordingMULTIEYE® systems are also used for the pure display surveillance. - e.g. in he fields of further education or controlling of trade activities. One MULTIEYE® recorder can process up to 32 PC displays via the network; in combination with more recorders and the MULTIEYE® VideoCenter II a multitude of displays can be monitored and recorded.

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artec presents the MULTIEYE PrivacyShield - privacy and protection made easy
artec presents the MULTIEYE PrivacyShield - privacy and protection made easy

artec's PrivacyShield is a software module that - in combination with additional MULTIEYE features - guarantees privacy protected video surveillance. It caters to the need for the protection of privacy at workplaces or public areas. With the PrivacyShield module (for analog and IP cameras) moving objects like people and cars are scrambled through special filters in live display and live remote monitoring. Their movements remain recognizable. Certain camera image areas in which people have to be displayed anonymised can be individually masked by a 2304-piece grid; the unmasked area remains unaffected. With integrated video evaluation functionalities and setting parameters different image qualities of the analogue/IP cameras and changes in the image like rain, snow, shadow and oscillation of the camera through wind can be compensated.Video recording happens without filtering (focused) so a person's identity can be discovered ex post. Access to the recorded videos is secured by several steps:Four eyes principleUser authorizationMULTIEYE Shell license (optional)With additional measures MULTIEYE systems can be converted privacy protection compliant. This includes the blackening out of privacy areas in the camera image area through private zone masking as well as the limiting of recording in days.Existing MULTIEYE systems can easily be upgraded. An exchange of analog or IP cameras is not necessary. The small CPU utilization allows for up to 8 channels of PrivacyShield per recorder.

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CCTV software - Expert commentary

Reopening doors: What steps should be taken to ensure safety and security?
Reopening doors: What steps should be taken to ensure safety and security?

A total of £1.6 billion worth of goods are reported as ‘lost’ to in-store theft in supermarkets each year, with figures increasing steadily. The presence of self-checkout systems have increased in supermarkets, as well as other industry retailers. By 2021, we’re globally on track to have 468,000 self-checkout machines in operation, nearly double the 240,000 in existence since 2016. While this increase comes with such benefits as reduced wait times for customers and staff costs, it also comes with a risk of retail theft at self-checkouts. With the circumstances the world now finds itself in i.e. mass unemployment, financial uncertainty, the retail industry has seen an influx in these types of petty crimes, hitting retailers during an already turbulent period. While retailers are taking precautions to protect themselves and their patrons in this new era of in-person shopping, it’s important to ensure the business itself is protected. A popular method to combat these fears is to employ on-site security personnel, however, as we continue to adapt to new operating guidelines, retailers must begin thinking past the immediate future, and begin implementing long-term security solutions to prepare for life after lockdown such as strong CCTV systems with remote access. How has the security industry adapted its services to a post-lockdown world? Technological innovations like thermal recognition are key to adapting security systems for a post-lockdown world. Businesses which previously relied on facial recognition now must update their methods to account for shoppers wearing masks on-site and in-store. By 2021, we’re globally on track to have 468,000 self-checkout machines in operation, nearly double the 240,000 in existence since 2016 Biometric systems are now able to identify people with face masks, and thermal recognition such ADT’s Thermi-Scan system which can track human body temperature without the need for contact. Implementing these safe protocol procedures protect both employees and customers against virus outbreaks such as COVID-19. The need for these advances in video surveillance will reportedly increase the biometric facial recognition market by 14 per cent by 2027. Artificial intelligence has been hailed recently as the way forward for remote security needs, and whilst business-owners continue to navigate procedures of returning to work post-lockdown, having remote access to real-time security monitoring is essential now more than ever. What are the main measures stores can take to prevent or reduce theft? Strategically placing a multi-camera surveillance system to ensure clarity, eliminate blind spots, and deter thieves should be top priority. It’s equally essential to invest in a system which has an efficient playback programme, particularly in situations where reviewing important footage efficiently can offer vital information to the police force. Advances in video surveillance will reportedly increase the biometric facial recognition market by 14 per cent by 2027 As business-owners continue operating at reduced hours and with limited on-site staff, being able to access camera footage quickly and remotely is a key factor to consider. Whether owners opt to receive an alert on a mobile device allowing them to review notifications, or if their system is monitored by a remote security centre, it’s important to be able to access footage quickly for added efficiency and ease. Facial recognition and AI have been popular points of discussion in relation to security cameras and CCTV. While careful considerations must be taken prior to utilising any sort of facial recognition technology, including conducting a Privacy Impact Assessment, the benefits include being provided with real-time tracking of repeat offenders which immensely helps the prevention of in-store theft. Here are some key points to consider when choosing in-store surveillance: Assess your needs – To get the best out of your security system, it is essential to analyse what your requirements are for your business as they might have changed to adapt to a post-lockdown world Camera setup – With store layouts shifting to accommodate social distancing guidelines, it’s important to re-evaluate the current set-up of any security cameras. Depending on any layout updates, it might be important to consider operating multiple cameras in one area to ensure a peripheral view and eliminate any blind spots Camera positioning – For optimal performance, check that light sources are not obstructing your view such as glare from the sun. It is also worth considering the height at which cameras are installed to maximise surveillance Check the focus – It is worth testing camera lenses bi-monthly to ensure that lighting or weather hasn’t affected the focus of the lens, resulting in a blurry visual Remote access – As guidelines continue to evolve, ensure you’re able to access any necessary camera footage quickly and safely in case of emergency Will we begin to see a reduction of theft as new technology is implemented? We’re beginning to see incidents of shoplifting and theft being taken more seriously by law enforcement. In the coming months, for the first time in Britain nearly twenty shoplifters who were either caught red-handed or identified on CCTV will be appearing before magistrates. While currently these court cases are being pursued by a private police force, these actions come after a Government plea to high-level police to prosecute shoplifters stealing under £200. Retailers have long voiced concerns that forces have abandoned low-level thefts and these steps are small but show that businesses are being heard. As innovations in surveillance security continue, we’ll be seeing a move away from human involvement which will create a more reliable and efficient system able to rely on machine learning and analytics. While there have been wider strides made in utilising AI for surveillance, these are largely being used currently by local governments to alert police forces to threats of criminal activity. It’s not unreasonable to think that in the near future, these types of smart technology will be employed by private businesses to analyse suspicious behaviour or possible theft. However, as we see an increase in the advancement of security technology, we anticipate that those inclined to commit in-store theft will adapt their methods, therefore retailers should look to regularly evaluate their security needs to keep risks at bay.

Can CCTV become a more effective tool?
Can CCTV become a more effective tool?

We all know that having CCTV around your home can help to protect you and your family. Without CCTV, you could end up in danger and an intruder could get away with breaking into your house, hurting your loved ones and stealing your possessions. Similarly, without CCTV in the office, you’ll be leaving yourself open to all kinds of damage and could lose a lot of equipment in the process. In short, making sure you have CCTV is important for both home and business security. However, it can be improved to become a more effective system so that you’re better protected, and can even deter a potential intruder without having to panic. In our world of ever-changing technology, we’re able to upgrade and enhance our CCTV systems so they can become a monitored system. Remote CCTV monitoring is an ideal way to protect everyone and everything whether you’re at home or at a workplace. What is remote CCTV monitoring? For a long time, CCTV was one of the best ways to keep your home, the office and people safe. But people started to notice that it would only deter people so much of the time and often the cameras were ignored by intruders. They would just cover their faces and hope for the best as they steal from a home, office or any other premises. Remote CCTV monitoring is a system that can loop into your existing CCTV, or come preinstalled with a new system. This technology sends a feed to a control room full of trained operators that are on call 24/7. Within this control room, operators are able to respond to any sort of distress call or unauthorised movement on the property line.  How does it work? Remote CCTV monitoring works by attaching to a live feed of your CCTV system, existing or new, so that the signal and images can be passed to a team of operators. These operators are on hand 24/7 so that if there is a problem, you know that you're safe in the hands of a specialist team. The specialist team has been trained to mitigate the chances of somebody breaking into your home when the system is triggered; similarly they call the local authorities instantly so that the potential intruder has less time to flee the scene. This is especially important if an intruder is already inside your property because they have less time to steal your items and leave. Without CCTV in the office, you’ll be leaving yourself open to all kinds of damage and could lose a lot of equipment in the process One of the biggest questions that revolve around remote CCTV monitoring is the idea of operators watching the CCTV at all times. Luckily most remote CCTV monitoring systems will incorporate a motion detection system to accompany your CCTV. Motion detection offers the ability to alert a control room if there is an unauthorised entry to the property line. These motion detection systems are state-of-the-art and so, depending on the system that you choose, they can watch over your property from a number of angles. Once the motion detection system has been triggered and the alert has been sent to the control room, then and only then will the operators get involved. This means that until the motion detection system has been triggered, nobody will watch your live CCTV feed. After one of the systems has been triggered, one of the specialist operators will instantly jump into action. This means that they can take different measures to deter any potential intruder and make sure that they do everything in their power to stop any damage or theft from the premises. In addition to the motion detection system and CCTV, you are able to opt for a public address (PA) system too. This means that an operator is able to shout commands through the PA system and potentially scare away any intruder. The intruder will also be warned about the fact that local authorities have already been called to the location.  Remote monitoring versus traditional CCTV Motion detection offers the ability to alert a control room if there is an unauthorised entry to the property line Having a monitored CCTV system means that you're able to better protect yourself, your business, employees and even your loved ones. Whether you're at home or in the office, having someone looking over your shoulder protecting your every move is something that can be appreciated by everybody. The biggest problem with just having traditional CCTV, is that it is a reactive system. This means that rather than stopping crime, a CCTV system just records it. While the thought is that having a CCTV camera visible can deter some intruders, there's no real evidence to suggest that it stops anybody; anyone can simply cover their face and carry on breaking into your home, office or even your car. As mentioned, remote CCTV monitoring is going to tackle that problem and make sure that someone is on hand to protect you at all times.

Thermal cameras and smart cities: Preventing COVID-19 in public places
Thermal cameras and smart cities: Preventing COVID-19 in public places

With the pandemic still in full swing and no certainty as to when exactly it will come to an end, the world has been battling anxiety for months now. And with each day, circumstances change quickly and almost make it impossible to predict what will happen next, how events will unfold, and what actions to take in light of a new situation. But one thing is certain: the world has been shut down and paralysed for way too long, and the eventual reopening is unavoidable – in fact, it’s well under way. In this situation, what is possible to control is how the world will continue reopening – and specifically, how to ensure the safest possible reopening that will ensure the return of some degree of normalcy to people’s lives and business operations, while also managing the risk of COVID’s spread in the most efficient way. Our highly digitised, technologically advanced world This is when the power of technology comes to rescue the day: what truly sets the global crisis we face today apart from other calamities that humanity has encountered over year is the fact that it has developed in a highly digitised, technologically advanced world where each day brings about innovations with a sole purpose to make daily life and operations easier and more streamlined. And among these, the star of the past decade has been artificial intelligence. The world has been shut down and paralysed for way too long, and the eventual reopening is unavoidable – in fact, it’s well under way While AI has many avenues of introducing efficiency and fast problem-solving, there is one specific application that will further fuel the reopening of the world and successfully keep the spread of the virus abate. This “collaborative security” application includes a synthesis of smart video analytics, facial recognition, object identification/detection, and thermal cameras that can support the reopening of businesses globally when installed within those facilities frequented by customers. With such a level of sophistication that can ensure uninterrupted monitoring and analysis of large public spaces, these AI technologies can ideally operate best as cloud solutions to ensure a collaborative network with maximum scalability and widespread implementation. As these technologies increase in ubiquity and find their way into daily operations of businesses globally, the cost of the smart solutions will decrease proportionally to the growth of their reach. There are some highly specific ways to create this collaborative network of interconnected safety tools in the current climate. Here are some applications that have been successful to date and will increase in usability in the foreseeable future, creating “smart cities” working together towards a safer, more secure world. Maintaining social distancing practices The most important step everyone around the world has taken to contribute to the effort of slowing the spread of the virus has been social distancing. A six-foot-distance has become a new social norm that has quickly been adopted globally and become a habit to people who are naturally used to being close to others and socialising without giving distance a second thought. The star of the past decade has been artificial intelligence So, it is natural that such distancing measures take time to get accustomed to – and it is also natural that individuals may forget about them from time to time. To help maintain the six-foot distance between people at all times and give them slight nudges to keep the rule top of their minds, AI video technology can be trained to estimate the distance between individuals in public and commercial areas and identify the cases in which people get too close to each other. By notifying local merchants or authorities about such cases, the system can help ensure the safety of everyone in the area at all times while positively reinforcing the public to gradually get more accustomed to maintaining the distance and thus helping stop the spread of the virus. Detecting the virus through facial recognition Perhaps the straightforward application of such high-level technology is using video surveillance to identify persons of interest who have tested positive for the virus. Modern AI has the ability to identify facial features and characteristics with a unique level of granularity, making it possible to identify individuals whose records show they have antibodies from those who can be potential carriers of the virus. After the initial differentiation and identification, the system can then notify the employers and employees of the facility about the results of the conducted analysis and the pursuant results, allowing them to be more vigilant and take action where necessary to ensure a safe experience for everyone. PPE reinforcement Wearing a mask or some sort of face coverage in public spaces and especially within facilities (such as stores, for instance) has been - and will continue to be - a requirement for maintaining a safe and healthy environment for people to continue with their day-to-day lives and businesses to resume regular operations. To this extent, the object detection and identification abilities of smart cameras can further reinforce this requirement and ensure that the absence of protective equipment doesn’t go unnoticed.  Essentially, these cameras can easily identify if an individual has coverage at any given point of time or not, notifying the local authorities about any risks immediately and helping them maintain necessary safety measures without having to interrupt their workflow or worry about missing a visitor without a mask. Detecting high temperature One of the key (and the most widespread) symptoms of COVID-19 is a high fever - a certain indicator of whether an individual may have been infected with the virus or not. While identifying fever with a regular human eye is nearly impossible, AI can do so at a fraction of time by quickly scanning body temperatures of any incoming individuals and determine whether it’s above CDC’s recommended temperature of 100.4F in order to determine the risk factor and notify the local authorities to take action. Modern AI has the ability to identify facial features and characteristics with a unique level of granularity This technology is a good tactic to objectively assess potential risks that come with elevated temperatures - and sometimes, the people themselves might not realise they might (unconsciously) be carriers of the virus and thus endanger the safety of others in their vicinity. The technology is yet another step towards ensuring a safer reopening of the global economy and a more streamlined way of getting back on track while minimising the risk of spreading the virus further. It’s not all about the theory  We have tested the described approaches in our own R&D campus in Europe. The latest release of the IREX cloud enables remote fever detection and monitoring of social isolation and mask policies with AI. We have integrated thermal cameras to detect people with elevated temperature and CCTV cameras for identification and notifying those who potentially ill. In case of any health threat, the venue manager gets an instant message with a picture and exact location. These preventive steps helped our employees return to the office months earlier than it's happening in other countries. Moreover, personnel coming back to the office by their own wish as now they feel a virus-free environment in the campus - even safer than in their own homes. Now we are launching a pilot project for a well-known pharmacy chain in Florida, USA. With the help of a Computer Vision platform, staff will be able to divide customer traffic into those with normal body temperature and those who come in with elevated temperatures, as well as effectively monitor social distance norms. The goal of our potential client is to maximise the safety of customers in the post-pandemic period. Also, IREX is already deployed across hundreds of locations in the UK and will add health monitoring capability soon.

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artec technologies partners with Umirs Europe to distribute perimeter protection products in Germany
artec technologies partners with Umirs Europe to distribute perimeter protection products in Germany

The partnership offers perimeter protection systems to customers in Germany artec technologies AG informs about the newly formed partnership with Umirs Europe, Budapest. artec will exclusively distribute the competitive range of perimeter protection products in Germany. The product range consists of Predix dual position k-band microwave detectors for 10 – 400m distance and Quadrosense fence protection systems for existing or new fencing (steel, mash and even concrete walls). Zoltan Szilagyi, Managing Director of Umirs Europe states that “we are pleased to announce that Umirs Europe Ltd. and artec technologies AG have signed a strategic cooperation agreement for distribution of Umirs Europe’s professional perimeter protection products in Germany. As a result of our cooperation we can now offer a sophisticated system of protection to our customers.” “The quality of the Umirs products, the ease of installation and operation as well as the competitive pricing did convince us to extend our product line-up of MULTIEYE Video Surveillance Systems and A-brand Cameras like Axis, Basler or RIVA. With the new range of security products which are supported by our Video Management System VCIII we can now offer complete solutions for perimeter protection”, Jens Ringlstetter, COO of artec, states the advantages of the newly formed partnership for customers.

artec technologies AG to host the first European Perimeter Protection Conference
artec technologies AG to host the first European Perimeter Protection Conference

European Perimeter Protection Conference will be held on March 5th and 6th, 2013 On March 5 and 6, 2013 the first European Perimeter Protection Conference takes place in the Ofenwerk in Nuremberg. In cooperation with Umirs Europe, manufacturer for high-class microwave sensors and fence protection systems, artec technologies AG will present this novel and practice-oriented event. In a mixture of lectures and an exhibition of 15 leading suppliers of perimeter protection solutions visitors can inform themselves about the latest trends and technologies and exchange experiences with practitioners.

Artec collaborates with Umirs Europe to distribute perimeter protection products in Germany
Artec collaborates with Umirs Europe to distribute perimeter protection products in Germany

The product range consists of Predix microwave detectors and Quadrosense fence protection systems artec technologies AG informs about the newly formed partnership with Umirs Europe, Budapest. artec will exclusively distribute the competitive range of perimeter protection products in Germany. The product range consists of Predix dual position k-band microwave detectors for 10 – 400m distance and Quadrosense fence protection systems for existing or new fencing (steel, mash and even concrete walls). Zoltan Szilagyi, Managing Director of Umirs Europe states that, “We are pleased to announce that Umirs Europe Ltd. and artec technologies AG have signed a strategic cooperation agreement for distribution of Umirs Europe’s professional perimeter protection products in Germany. As a result of our cooperation we can now offer a sophisticated system of protection to our customers.” “The quality of the Umirs products, the ease of installation and operation as well as the competitive pricing did convince us to extend our product line-up of MULTIEYE Video Surveillance Systems and A-brand Cameras like Axis, Basler or RIVA. With the new range of security products which are supported by our Video Management System VCIII we can now offer complete solutions for perimeter protection”, Jens Ringlstetter, COO of artec, states the advantages of the newly formed partnership for customers.

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