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Videotec Overview:

Videotec manufactures in-house a wide range of CCTV products recognised for high performances, flexibility and style. Their mission to lead the field in the development of robust, reliable and high performances mechanical and electronic products for surveillance applications is the driving force behind Videotec's success.

  • Company Certifications
  • ISO9001:2000, ATEX, IECExEN60950-1, IEC60950-1ULus Listed ISO Standards 9001FCC Part 15, Class B
  • Products
  • CCTV
  • Industries
  • Airports
  • Aerospace
  • Food & Beverage Industries
  • Healthcare
  • Hospitality
  • Pharmaceuticals

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Intersec 2018 highlights solutions for retail, harsh environments

The Middle East security market provides a healthy opportunity for manufacturers who can capitalise on the region’s key verticals. Intersec’s 20th edition show focused more on solutions than on products, including solutions for the growing retail sector and an infrastructure market requiring ruggedised equipment to stand up to harsh environments. Intersec hosted security, safety and fire protection exhibitors from over fifty countries at Dubai’s spacious International Convention and Exhibition Centre on 21st - 23rd January. For the security market, the show was an opportunity to demonstrate how the industry’s latest technologies can benefit end-users in the UAE and globally. While the show hosted many impressively-sized stands from key security players, these tended to reflect the ongoing shift from a product-centric market to a focus on customer problems and solutions. Rather than filling the floorspace with an abundance of products, many brands chose to showcase how their flagship solutions could function in real-world applications. Retail surveillance delivers ROI Numerous companies opted to highlight their retail solutions – a key vertical for Dubai, which is known for its elaborate city shopping hubs. The Axis Communications stand allowed visitors to experience its network video offerings for the retail sector, including integrations with Electronic Article Surveillance (EAS) and Point of Sale (POS) technologies. Solutions on show reflected how security systems are increasingly expected to provide a tangible return on investment: With options for queue management and people counting, Axis video technology can be used to provide business intelligence and improve the customer experience, as well as enhancing safety. IP video manufacturer Vivotek also showcased its latest retail offering, including fisheye cameras with built-in crowd detection and heatmap technology, which can help retail managers analyse customer traffic patterns and highly frequented areas. The panoramic nature of Vivotek’s IP cameras makes them ideal for collecting comprehensive data from retail stores.    MOBOTIX CEO Thomas Lausten demonstrates how the company’s dual modular camera delivers high-quality images in extreme weather conditions IP video in extreme conditions The MOBOTIX stand was also less product-driven than at past shows. Instead, the focus was on how the manufacturer combines intelligent IoT technology and robust materials to address real end-user needs. CEO Thomas Lausten, who joined the company in June 2017, was on-hand to demonstrate how the company’s dual modular camera continues to deliver high-quality images in extreme weather conditions including ice, rain and sand. Rugged solutions were a big theme across the show floor. This is unsurprising given Intersec’s location in Dubai – the Middle East provides ample opportunity for the security market to capitalise on large outdoor projects, including the oil and gas industry. Video surveillance manufacturer Videotec showcased its latest HD PTZ cameras built to withstand harsh outdoor environments. The stand hosted an immersive ‘Experience Centre’, where the company’s flagship PTZ cameras moved in sync to a rolling video, demonstrating their use in vertical markets including oil and gas, marine surveillance, and critical infrastructure. Video surveillance manufacturer Videotec showcased its latest HD PTZ cameras built to withstand harsh outdoor environments MENA security market requirements Storage provider Promise Technology showcased its latest portfolio of surveillance solutions, including a cloud-based infrastructure optimised for growing IP video requirements. The manufacturer also introduced its new Vess A700 network video recorder series. This latest NVR offering specifically targets medium- to large-scale applications such as banking and industry. Such a solution is ideal for the growing Dubai market, where strict legislation requires a video retention time of 180 days. Intersec is set to return to Dubai from 20th - 22nd January 2019. Organisers expect over 1,300 exhibitors from across to globe to come together for a bigger, wider ranging and more innovative show.

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Videotec offers high-quality video surveillance product range for critical environments

“Videotec’s cameras are the best alternative to seeing things with your own eyes.”This is the message of the new video produced by Videotec. The Italian manufacturer is sending a strong message to all players across the Industrial, Oil & Gas and Marine markets: thanks to the most complete range of products in the world, Videotec is able to cover any kind of video surveillance requirement in every challenging and hazardous environment imaginable. Flawless video footage Videotec’s wide range of high-quality cameras and housings guarantee flawless video footage regardless of aggressive external factors, such as corrosion and explosive agents or pollution, the force of the sea or wind, ice cold, scorching heat, desert sand and even total darkness. The key factors of Videotec’s success are excellent customer service and products which are highly innovative and of the very best quality. Videotec’s comprehensive portfolio mixes technological innovation and design to deliver high quality and unrivalled performance. See video here

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Videotec launches new MAXIMUS MMX Full HD explosion-proof camera

The MMX camera is perfect for effective video surveillance and process control in harsh settings where the presence of gases or flammable dust can create a potentially explosive environment Videotec, a manufacturer of high-end products for video surveillance, is expanding its range of explosion-proof cameras with the new MAXIMUS MMX camera, offering the best quality-price ratio in its class ever found on the market. Potentially explosive environments The MMX camera is perfect for effective video surveillance and process control in harsh settings where the presence of gases or flammable dust can create a potentially explosive environment. This camera is certified ATEX/IECEx (Exd IIB, Ext IIIC) and UL Hazardous Location for America and Canada (Class I, Zone 1, Class I, Div. 2 and Class II, Zone 21, Class II Div 2). Its installation is extremely simple and cost-effective, thanks to its lightweight and compact size, which makes it easy to handle and mount. Moreover, the flexible integrated bracket allows to adapt the camera mounting to any kind of surface, either wall, ceiling or parapet according to the application need. Various cabling options are available to reduce assembly time and cost. Full HD colour The MMX camera is a Full HD colour camera with a remote optical zoom capability and can reach a 90 degree cone of vision, offering the highest quality video stream in H.264/AVC compression. Its housing is completely made out of corrosion-proof AISI316L stainless steel, with an IP66/68 Protection Class. The power source can be either through 24Vac/Vdc or PoE Plus. The MAXIMUS MMX camera offers a cost-effective solution for monitoring applications in the most challenging conditions in onshore, offshore, marine and heavy industrial environments.

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