See ADPRO’s next generation of remote monitoring video; transmission, recording and analytics solutions
See ADPRO’s next generation of remote monitoring video; transmission, recording and analytics solutions

Xtralis will be showcasing a range of remote monitoring video; transmission, recording and analytics solutions. Among the products on show will be the ADPRO V3100 Hybrid Tx - a new and highly reliable network video and audio transmission unit that also provides pre- and post-event recording from up to 16 analogue or IP cameras.    Building on the heritage of the ADPRO FastTrace Tx, the new ADPRO 3100 Hybrid Tx monitors and transmits high-quality images using H.264 compression. It can be added to existing security video recording systems so that single- or multi-site systems can be remotely monitored allowing operators within a central monitoring station to quickly assess an unfolding security situation and take appropriate action.    The ADPRO 3100 Hybrid Tx provides the most flexible multi-site video security system available today. This is especially true when used in conjunction with either ADPRO VideoCentral Platinum central monitoring management software or open protocol central station software from various providers including ADPRO Advantage Partners: Bold Communications, European Systems Integration (ESI) and SureView Systems.    “Now it’s simple to add ADPRO transmission to your existing video recording system for cost effective security management from a central monitoring station,” says Colin Rogers, global solutions marketing manager for Xtralis. “The ADPRO V3100 Hybrid Tx provides the earliest possible warning of a security threat so impacts can be minimised and guard services deployed efficiently.”    The ADPRO V3100 Hybrid Tx fully integrates with other ADPRO security systems, such as the ADPRO PRO Passive Infrared Detectors and the ADPRO Presidium Video Motion Detector to provide complete security from the edge of a facility to its very core.  

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