Mitsubishi Electric’s most dynamic MPEG-4 DVR - the DX-TL5716E
Mitsubishi Electric’s most dynamic MPEG-4 DVR - the DX-TL5716E

Mitsubishi Electric, a world leader in the design and manufacture of advanced security solutions, is pleased to introduce a new 16 channel digital recorder, the DX-TL5716E. Complementing Mitsubishi's comprehensive range of security solutions, the DX-TL5716E utilises MPEG-4 compression providing reliable 24/7 surveillance.  Ideal for multi-site locations, this DVR is the perfect solution for domestic, retail, banking and corporate applications.The DX-TL5716E is equipped with a range of features, including built in motion detection, time and date search facilities and a multiplexer output function that allows up to 6 different viewing modes for the simultaneous monitoring of both live and recorded footage. Built with real time recording and playback functionality, the DX-TL5716E provides up to 400 frames per second, enabling the reproduction of high quality, detailed images; in addition this DVR benefits from a 450TVL resolution, further enhancing the accuracy of recorded images.Mitsubishi's DX-TL5716E comes as standard with a built in CD-R/RW/DVD-R/RW drive which is a key feature in today's market, as well as multiple USB ports. Economically priced, a new user-friendly interface has been incorporated into the design; the GUI (graphical user interface) features large icons which represent different menu options easily selectable utilising an external mouse. Two high-capacity HDD's can be accommodated inside the unit and an additional 18 HDD's can be added externally if more memory is required using a DX-ZD6E memory expansion unit. Designed as a compact and lightweight solution, the DX-TL5716E can easily and conveniently be installed in virtually any location. Benefiting from a number of security features, including password and data tampering detection, this DVR can be programmed to restrict access to authorised users only. Furthermore, Mitsubishi has developed its own software solutions, PC200 and Nethunter IP. PC200 has been designed to manage DVR's only, while Nethunter IP can operate with both DVR and IP systems.All of Mitsubishi's DVR's are fully featured, easy to install and operate and can be connected easily to a DX-KB5 keyboard for advanced control. For added peace of mind Mitsubishi provides a 24 month warranty and support from its own in-house technical and service team.

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Mitsubishi Electric are pleased to be able to offer complete security solutions from recording to storage and display
Mitsubishi Electric are pleased to be able to offer complete security solutions from recording to storage and display

COMING SOON! DX-TL304E DX-TL308E DX-TL5716EThe DX-TL304E and DX-TL308E are compact and affordably priced 4 and 8 channel DVR's that all utilise MPEG-4 compression providing reliable 24/7 surveillance.  The 304E and 308E provide real time recording up to 100 frames per second and 200 frames per second respectively.  Designed as compact and lightweight solutions, both DVR's can easily and conveniently be installed in virtually any location.  With a removable front panel for HDD access, up to two high-capacity HDDs are accommodated inside the unit to ensure a user friendly and easy maintenance DVR. Both models support multiple protocols for PTZ dome cameras.NEW! IP Camera SolutionsMitsubishi will be also be demonstrating their new IP security cameras on the stand. All have been designed as professional network cameras that feature full frame rate and quality settings up to D1. All IP cameras have a recording rate of 25 pictures per second and are compatible with MPEG-4. Available are indoor and outdoor vandal proof dome cameras that can notify an incident via email or FTP as well as internal network cameras that feature high resolution imaging quality, video motion detection and alarm input and output.DX-TL4EA perfect solution as an upgrade from an analogue security system to digital, the DX-TL4E is a 4 channel economically priced DVR that is quick and easy to set up and provides high quality recording and play back functionality. This DVR has an advanced video compression that enables long term recording with its 100 images per second recording speed.DX-TL4509E / DX-TL4516EThe DX-TL4509E a 9-channel digital recorder, and the DX-TL4516E, a 16-channel version come equipped with many of the advanced features of Mitsubishi's most advanced and highly regarded DVR, the DX-TL5000E. These include triplex functionality and built in motion detection, as well as a dual monitor output that allows for the simultaneous monitoring of both live and recorded footage on monitor A and B positions. Fully featured, the 4516 come as standard with 800Gb of HDD, and the4509E with 400GB HDD. Both models can accommodate 2 HDDs internally providing a maximum of 1Tb, assuming 500Gb drive are installed. Up to 15Tb, utilising 500GB HDDs can be added externally using the ZD6UE HDD extender box. Utilising the latest JPEG2000 compression technology for high quality, fine detailed pictures both 9 and 16 channel DVR's come with a built-in USB, CD/DVD-R/RW drive.

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Mitsubishi Electric's DVR range includes the DX-TL4E, DX-TL4509E, DX-TL4516E and the DX-TL5000E
Mitsubishi Electric's DVR range includes the DX-TL4E, DX-TL4509E, DX-TL4516E and the DX-TL5000E

Economically priced, the DX-TL4E is the latest DVR offering from Mitsubishi designed specifically to meet the requirements of small retail outlets, commercial businesses, petrol stations and convenience stores, as well as domestic markets. A perfect solution as an upgrade from an analogue security system to digital, the DX-TL4E is quick and easy to set up and provides high-quality recording and playback functionality.  In addition, this DVR features Mitsubishi's own Dynamic Digital Compression™, an advanced video compression that enables long-term recording with its 100 images per second recording speed.  When set in standard mode, the DX-TL4E provides more than 50 days of continuous recording.Benefiting from a compact, slim and sleek design, the DX-TL4E is lightweight at 3.2kg - making it ideal for locations where space may be an issue.Mitsubishi's DVRs benefit from a number of advanced features including a dual multiplexer output that allows both live and recorded footage to be recorded simultaneously. Mitsubishi's 9 and 16 channel DVRs utilise the latest JPEG2000 compression technology, ensuring high-quality, fine detailed pictures are captured.  As standard, the DX-TL4509E and DX-TL4516E come with 400Gb HDD with the option to add an additional internal drive as well as another 7Tb externally, using the ZD5UE hard disk extender box.The DX- TL5000E is Mitsubishi's most advanced recorder and comes with 500Gb HDD and a recording rate of 200pps, with the option to upgrade to 35Tb.All of Mitsubishi's DX-TLs are now Kalagate approved and are suitable for a range of applications including retail, banking, corporate and the public sector; and all come with a 24-month warranty and support from Mitsubishi's in-house and service team.Visit us at IFSEC, Birmingham NEC 12-15th May 2008, Stand 13021

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Mitsubishi introduces new range of MPEG4 digital recorders and IP cameras
Mitsubishi introduces new range of MPEG4 digital recorders and IP cameras

NEW! DX-TL4EA perfect solution as an upgrade from an analogue security system to digital, the DX-TL4E is a 4-channel economically priced DVR that is quick and easy to set up and provides high-quality recording and playback functionality.  This DVR has an advanced video compression that enables long-term recording with its 100 images per second recording speed.COMING SOON! DX-TL304E, DX-TL308E and DX-TL5716EThe DX-TL304E and DX-TL308E are compact and affordably priced 4- and 8-channel DVRs and the DX-TL5716E is an advanced 16 channel version.  All utilise MPEG-4 compression providing reliable 24/7 surveillance.The 304E and 308E provide real time recording of up to 100 frames per second and 200 frames per second respectively.  Designed as compact and lightweight solutions, both DVRs can easily and conveniently be installed in virtually any location.  With a removable front panel for HDD access, up to two high-capacity HDDs are accommodated inside the unit to ensure a user friendly and easy maintenance DVR.  Both models support multiple protocols for PTZ dome cameras.The DX-TL5716E comes with a recording rate of 400 frames per second and features two built in high capacity HDDs, as well as a built-in USB, CD/DVD-R/RW drive a unique and advanced feature in today's market.  All of Mitsubishi's new MPEG-4 recorders come with motion detection, time and date search facility, are easy to install and operate, and can be connected easily to a DX-KB5 keyboard for advanced control.NEW! IP camera solutionsMitsubishi also demonstrated their new IP security cameras on the IFSEC stand.  All were designed as professional network cameras that featuring a full frame rate and quality settings up to D1.  All our IP units have a recording rate of 25 pictures per second and are compatible with MPEG-4.  Available are indoor and outdoor vandal proof dome cameras that can notify of an incident via email or FTP are available as well as internal network cameras that feature high-resolution imaging quality, video motion detection and alarm input and output.

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The automated future of retail and how to secure it
The automated future of retail and how to secure it

While the foundation of autonomous retail has been built up over the past few years, it is only now that retailers are beginning to fully experiment with the technology. There were an estimated 350 stores globally in 2018 offering a fully autonomous checkout process, yet this number is forecast to increase dramatically with 10,000 stores anticipated by 2024. This acceleration in the growth of unmanned retail stores has, in part, been boosted by the COVID-19 pandemic and a demand for a more contactless, socially distanced shopping experience. Physical security technologies Innovative physical security technologies can play a significant role in protecting a site while supporting its operation Many retailers are now exploring such solutions as a way to streamline their services and simplify store operations while reducing overheads. Of course, the security of unmanned sites is a concern, with many eager to embrace such a design, but wary about the prospect of leaving a store unguarded. This is where innovative physical security technologies can play a significant role in protecting a site while supporting its operation and also helping to improve customer experience. Comprehensive integrated solution To make the autonomous retail vision a reality, a comprehensive solution is needed that integrates network cameras, IP audio speakers, and access control devices. The cameras can be employed to monitor entrance points and sales areas, including checkout terminals, and can be monitored and operated remotely from a central control room. This offers management full visibility of operations, regardless of the number of stores. Recorded video material can be processed, packaged, and passed to authorities, when necessary, by applicable laws. Optimising operations As autonomous stores do not require staff to be present and run largely independently, managers can be notified automatically via mobile device if an event occurs that requires their attention. This could range from a simple need to restock popular items or clean the premises after a spillage, to a criminal break-in or attack. Again, network video surveillance cameras installed inside and outside of the premises provide high-quality video of any incident as it occurs, enabling immediate action to be taken. Improving customer experience Access control mechanisms at the entrance and exit points enable smooth, touch-free access to customers Access control mechanisms at the entrance and exit points enable smooth, touch-free access to customers, while IP audio speakers allow ambient music to be played, creating a relaxed in-store atmosphere and also offering the ability to play alerts or voice messages as required. Due to the automated nature of such audio broadcasting, consistency of brand can be created across multiple locations where playlists and pre-recorded voice messages are matched in terms of style and tone from store to store. Boosting profits The accessibility of premises 24/7 can ultimately lead to an increase in sales by simply allowing customers to enter the store and make a purchase at any time, rather than being restricted by designated retail hours. This also serves to improve customer loyalty through retail convenience. Utilising data from the access control system, managers can configure lights to turn on/off and ambient music to power down when the last person leaves the shop, to be reactivated the next time someone enters the premises. This approach can also conserve energy, leading to cost savings. Designing a future proof solution The threat of vandalism is greatly limited if everyone entering the shop can be identified, which is something that is already happening in Scandinavia using QR codes linked to an electronic identification system called BankID. This process involves a user being identified by their bank details, and their credentials checked upon entering the store. This not only streamlines the transaction process but vastly improves security because only those who want to legitimately use the services will go through the identification process, helping to deter antisocial or criminal behaviour. Physical security technology should be reliable and of high quality, without compromising the service to customers VMS-based network solution Both inside and outside of the premises, physical security technology should be reliable and of high quality, without compromising the service to customers, or hampering their experience. Door controls, network cameras, and loudspeakers, together with a comprehensive video management system (VMS), enable retailers to control every element of their store and remove any uncertainty around its management or security. Such a system, network-enabled and fully scalable to meet ongoing business requirements, can be offered using open APIs; this allows configuration and customisation while ensuring that the retailer is not limited by the technology or tied into any particular set-up or vendor as their requirements evolve. Additional security benefits As more businesses launch their unmanned stores, the benefits of such technology to streamline and improve every aspect of their operations become ever clearer. A comprehensive solution from a trusted security provider can bring complete peace of mind while offering additional benefits to support the retail business as it seeks a secure future.

A three-point plan for enhancing business video surveillance
A three-point plan for enhancing business video surveillance

Cyber threats hit the headlines every day; however digital hazards are only part of the security landscape. In fact, for many organisations - physical rather than virtual security will remain the burning priority. Will Liu, Managing Director of TP-Link UK, explores the three key elements that companies must consider when implementing modern-day business surveillance systems.  1) Protecting more than premises Video surveillance systems are undoubtedly more important than ever before for a huge number of businesses across the full spectrum of public and private sector, manufacturing and service industries. One simple reason for this is the increased use of technology within those businesses. Offices, workshops, and other facilities house a significant amount of valuable and expensive equipment - from computers, and 3D printers to specialised machinery and equipment. As a result, workplaces are now a key target for thieves, and ensuring the protection of such valuable assets is a top priority. A sad reality is that some of those thieves will be employees themselves. Video surveillance system Of course, video surveillance is often deployed to combat that threat alone, but actually, its importance goes beyond theft protection. With opportunist thieves targeting asset-rich sites more regularly, the people who work at these sites are in greater danger too. Effective and efficient surveillance is imperative not just for physical asset protection, but also for the safety From this perspective, effective and efficient surveillance is imperative not just for physical asset protection, but also for the safety of colleagues as well. Organisations need to protect the people who work, learn or attend the premises. A video surveillance system is, therefore, a great starting point for companies looking to deter criminal activity. However, to be sure you put the right system in place to protect your hardware assets, your people, and the business itself, here are three key considerations that make for a successful deployment. 2) Fail to prepare, and then prepare to fail Planning is the key to success, and surveillance systems are no different. Decide in advance the scope of your desired solution. Each site is different and the reality is that every solution is different too. There is no ‘one-size-fits-all solution and only by investing time on the exact specification can you arrive at the most robust and optimal solution.  For example, organisations need to consider all the deployment variables within the system’s environment. What is the balance between indoor and outdoor settings; how exposed to the elements are the outdoor cameras; what IP rating to the need? A discussion with a security installer will help identify the dangerous areas that need to be covered and the associated best sites for camera locations. Camera coverage After determining location and coverage angles, indoors and outdoors, the next step is to make sure the cameras specified are up to the job for each location. Do they have the right lens for the distance they are required to cover, for example? It is not as simple as specifying one type of camera and deploying it everywhere. Devices that can use multiple power sources, Direct Current, or Power over Ethernet well are far more versatile You have to consider technical aspects such as the required level of visual fidelity and whether you also need two-way audio at certain locations? Another simple consideration is how the devices are powered. Devices that can use multiple power sources, Direct Current or Power over Ethernet as well are far more versatile and reliable. Answers to these questions and a lot more need to be uncovered by an expert, to deliver a best-of-breed solution for the particular site. 3) Flexibility breeds resilience Understanding exactly what you need is the start. Ensuring you can install, operate and manage your video surveillance system is the next step. Solutions that are simple to install and easy to maintain will always be favoured - for example, cameras that have multiple sources of power can be vital for year-round reliability. Alongside the physical aspect of any installation, there is also the software element that needs to be considered. The last thing organisations need is a compatibility headache once all their cameras and monitoring stations are in place. Selecting cameras and equipment with the flexibility to support a variety of different operating systems and software is important not just for the days following the installation, but also to future-proof the solution against change.  Easy does it Once the system is up and running, the real work of video surveillance begins. Therefore, any organisation considering deploying a system should look to pick one that makes the day-to-day operation as easy as possible to manage. And again - that is all about the set-up. Cameras can also provide alerts if they have been tampered with or their settings changed The most modern systems and technology can deliver surveillance systems that offer smarter detection, enhanced activity reporting so you learn more about your operations, and also make off-site, remote management easy to both implement and adjust as conditions change. For example, camera software that immediately notifies controllers when certain parameters are met - like motion detection that monitors a specific area for unauthorised access. Cameras can also provide alerts if they have been tampered with or their settings changed without proper authorisation. Remote management of HD footage What’s more, the days of poor quality or unreliable transfer of video are long gone. The high-quality HD footage can be captured, stored, and transferred across networks without any degradation, with hard drives or cloud-based systems able to keep hundreds of days of high-quality recordings for analysis of historical data. Finally, the best surveillance solutions also allow for secure remote management not just from a central control room, but also from personal devices and mobile apps. All this delivers ‘always-on’ security and peace of mind. The watchword in security Modern video surveillance takes organisational security to the next level. It protects physical assets, ensures workplace and workforce safety, and helps protect the operations, reputation, and profitability of a business.  However, this is not just an ‘off-the-shelf purchase’. It requires proper planning in the form of site surveys, equipment and software specifications, as well as an understanding of operational demands and requirements. Investing time in planning will help businesses realise the best dividends in terms of protection. Ultimately, that means organisations should seek to collaborate with vendors who offer site surveys - they know their equipment best, your needs, and can work with you to create the perfect solution.

Get the most from investments in building security
Get the most from investments in building security

From analogue to digital, from stand-alone to interlinked, building systems are in a state of transition. Moreover, the rate of change shows no sign of slowing, which can make it difficult to keep up to date with all the latest developments. If asked to pinpoint the single biggest driver of this revolution, one could point out the growing clamour for platform convergence. A security guard in a building doesn’t want to use different systems to check video cameras, fire alarms or if someone has entered a restricted area: – it simply isn’t efficient. For similar reasons, a building manager wants a single interface to control heating and lighting to match fluctuating occupancy levels, particularly in a hybrid working model. Applying the digital glue The demand from end-users for system convergence is growing, but to achieve full interoperability you still need to apply some ‘digital glue’ and that requires expertise. Yet bringing together disparate systems from different manufacturers can be problematic. Just as you get things to work, someone upgrades their solution and your carefully implemented convergence can start to come unstuck. Managing an implementation can quickly become more complicated, today’s quick-fix can become tomorrow’s headache This is one of the principal issues with all types of new technology; not everyone will choose the same path to reach the desired goal – it’s the old VHS/Betamax argument updated for building management and security systems. Managing and maintaining an implementation can quickly become more complicated than it first appears and without proper oversight, today’s quick-fix can become tomorrow’s technical headache. Effective support for a hybrid workforce Today’s hybrid workforce is a response to the pandemic that looks set to become an established part of working life for many companies across the world. Security systems have a massive role to play in facilitating this transformation that goes beyond simple intrusion detection, access control, and video monitoring. They can identify the most densely populated areas in a building to comply with social distancing guidelines and provide efficient use of space. The insights gathered from a security system can also be used to identify patterns of behaviour, which can then be used for planning and directing the use of building space to help create the best possible working environment while also minimising heating, lighting, and air conditioning expenditures. Identity credentials can help manage compliance with industry regulations by limiting access to certain areas Similarly, identity credentials – either biometric or mobile-based – can help manage compliance to industry regulations by limiting access to certain areas only to approved employees. Creating and maintaining the appropriate level of functionality requires a combination of innovative solutions and industry experience. The complete security package It’s not just physical security that’s important – cybersecurity is a major focus, too. Bringing together both the physical security and cybersecurity realms is increasingly becoming a ‘must have’ capability. What is evident is that the pace of technological change is faster than ever. Today’s functionality simply wouldn’t have been possible just a few years ago, while today’s leading-edge developments may seem commonplace in five years.

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Inner Range and Antron Security deliver secure access control and robust security at Grade A London office building, The Bailey
Inner Range and Antron Security deliver secure access control and robust security at Grade A London office building, The Bailey

Type of site: Grade A multi-tenant office Location: The Bailey, 16 Old Bailey, London, UK Site size: 115,000 sq. ft over ten floors Client needs: Easy access for users Touch-free and digital sign-in Free flowing movement through reception, avoiding crowds and queues Fast access to other floors via lifts Visitor management system that can be used by multiple tenants and reception staff easily Secure and clear intercom/entry phone and door automation for out-of-hours, deliveries and trades people access Easy access and parking for disabled users Reliable and resilient security, including CCTV monitoring of strategic locations Integriti intelligent integrated access control system Inner Range’s enterprise-level intelligent integrated access control system, Integriti, provides robust security, as well as seamless integration, to an array of other building management systems. Some of the key features of Integriti include: Easy to use proximity card entry for users and tenants Forge Bluepoint, powered by Yardi, visitor management system to create secure, but easy to use credentials for visitors, including via smartphone High-level lift integration, by Mitsubishi that reads user credentials and directs users to the quickest lift, for their desired destination Integrated CAME BPT video entry phone and access control to automate doors, for disabled access near dedicated parking bay, for disabled users, as well as for out-of-hours access, deliveries and trades people Hard-wired IP closed circuit television system (CCTV) with Hikvision cameras, to monitor strategic locations End-to-end encrypted messaging, through every interface and integration, by Inner Range’s Integriti for high-level security Provision for future entry turnstiles/speed lanes Richard Harvell, Engineering Director at Knight Harwood, who managed the refurbishment at The Bailey, said “Our key requirement was to be able to move users, including visitors, swiftly through reception, to their correct floors, with minimal or no touch points. And, all of this, without compromising security.” High-level lift integration Antron Security’s solution, centered on Inner Range’s intelligent access control system, Integriti" Richard Harvell adds, “Antron Security’s solution, centered on Inner Range’s intelligent access control system Integriti, more than delivers. The high-level lift integration automatically directs users to the fastest lift for their floor and only allows access beyond reception, for those with bona fide credentials. We have been impressed with Integriti’s sophistication and integration capabilities, as well as Antron Security’s expertise and diligence in designing and installing our bespoke access and security system.” The Client - The Bailey UK property firm Endurance Land, which is a member of the Hong Kong-based property conglomerate, Nan Fung Group, owns The Bailey. The property, which is situated directly opposite the famous Old Bailey High Court in London, was originally built in the early 20th Century for the Chatham and Dover Railway Company. Its Grade II listed Edwardian Baroque façade features classical reclining figures, while a larger ‘western extension’ was built in 1999, to modern city office standards. Knight Harwood commissioned for refurbishment Knight Harwood was recently commissioned to refurbish the whole site, along with architect, Orms and building design consultancy, GDM Partnership. The commercial site meets Grade A office specifications and offers exceptional internet reliability, and speed for tenants. It achieved a platinum connectivity rating, by WireScore, the Mayor of London’s digital connectivity rating scheme, in 2020. Sophisticated access and security management system A new and sophisticated access and security management system was part of the refurbishment brief. Knight Harwood stipulated an access and security management system that would ensure a free flow of users and tenants through reception, without crowding or queues. This would need to include integrating intelligent lift controls, so as to ensure users were swiftly taken to their designated floor, as well as a good visitor management system that all tenants could use, without the need for a central security team to manage requests. Touchless access and digital sign-in for users Touchless access, as well as digital sign-in for users was also important for the client Touchless access, as well as digital sign-in for users was also important for the client. An intercom or entry phone and access control operated doors were needed for disabled users, who would be accessing the building from the dedicated disabled parking bay, as well anyone arriving ‘out of hours’, or for trades people and deliveries. High-levels of physical and cyber security were needed to keep all legitimate users and the site safe, without hindering access. CCTV monitoring would be needed in strategic locations. Future proofing, including laying under-floor cables ready for entry turnstiles/speed lanes, was desired. Antron Security managed the project Antron Security project managed the design, supply and installation of the access control and security system for The Bailey and acted as the ‘go to’ contact for Knight Harwood. Antron Security is a globally renowned installer of bespoke security solutions and has been providing security installations for the past 30 years. Taking care of the supply, design, installation and maintenance of security systems, Antron Security is NSI and Safe Contractor approved, meaning all staff and systems installed comply with the latest industry standards and are regularly inspected. Bespoke security solutions Inner Range provided the core access and security management system, Integriti, which enabled Antron Security to build the bespoke solutions needed for The Bailey. Inner Range has been a globally renowned company in the design and manufacture of intelligent security solutions, since it was established in 1988. Inner Range systems have been installed in over 25 countries. Its flagship product, Integriti, offers enterprise-level intelligent security and integrated smart building controls, for single sites through to global estate portfolios. Key integration Inner Range’s powerful Integriti intelligent access control system integrates with Mitsubishi’s high-level lift controls Inner Range’s powerful Integriti intelligent access control system, known for its breadth of integration options, integrates with Mitsubishi’s high-level lift controls and Bluepoint’s visitor management system, to ensure all users and visitors can access their floors, and designated areas with ease. The Mitsubishi lifts are able to read credentials from proximity cards, or mobile phones, at a user check-in point, at the reception, or in the lift lobby itself. High-level lift controls to reduce crowding and queues The high-level lift integration with ‘destination control’ means the lift software takes into account, where each of the building’s lifts are, where the user’s ‘home floor’ is, as well as where other users are going/due to go, and instantly calculates the quickest lift for the new user. The user is immediately directed to the most efficient lift via a display screen at reception, or in the lift lobby. If users are able to go to more than one floor, they can update their preference in the lift itself. This integration ensures users move through reception quickly and efficiently, with no unnecessary stops. Fully integrated visitor management Inner Range’s Integriti intelligent access control system also allowed Bluepoint’s visitor management system to integrate with the Mitsubishi lifts. For visitors to access tenanted floors within the building, the following has to take place: A tenant creates the meeting via Bluepoint An email is generated and sent to the visitor’s inbox, where they can create a mobile QR code pass and save it to their smart phone wallet When the visitor arrives, they use their mobile phone to scan the QR code in the Bluepoint invite, at the reception desk to check-in The reception team can then direct them to the Mitsubishi lifts, which display the lift car that they need to get to their meeting To leave, the visitor presents their QR code at the lift or door reader, which tells the system they’re leaving The QR codes are only valid for one entry and one exit, and only on the appointment date and at the planned appointment time. Afterwards, the QR code becomes invalid and is deleted from the system CAME BPT entry panels and video intercom system The QR code gives the visitor the ability to access everything they will need, including the lifts and any locked doors en-route. The integration between Integriti and Bluepoint’s visitor management system was achieved using the Bluepoint API. Bluepoint is cloud-based, hosted on the Microsoft Azure platform. CAME BPT entry panels were installed to allow disabled users to access the building, near the dedicated disabled parking bay, as well as for any visitors entering the facility out-of-hours, to contact the security team, or for deliveries and trades people to use, in order to access doors at the rear of the building. The entry panels allow for a reliable and intuitive video entry intercom system. Hikvision CCTV cameras installed CCTV cameras from Hikvision have been installed throughout the site, to create a hard-wired IP CCTV system CCTV cameras from Hikvision have been installed throughout the site, to create a hard-wired IP closed circuit television (CCTV) system. They are integrated with the Integriti access control system, which allows for intelligent ‘cause and effect’ monitoring. System protocols automatically bring up specific camera feeds for security managers to view, in response to alerts and footage can be viewed together with additional information from Integriti, such as if a door has been left open. Intelligent access control Inner Range’s enterprise product, Integriti, provides seamless integration with a multitude of other smart building management systems, underpinned by robust security. This includes encrypting all communications through every device and interface, and providing intruder detection to European standard EN50131. Integriti helps building managers create greener and more energy efficient sites, by tracking how tenants use the building, and amending heating and lighting settings, as a result. Integriti also provides trace reporting, that can identify a user’s movements, if they have become unwell and identify who else has been near them. System benefits for users include: Touch-free entry and digital sign-in for users and visitors No unnecessary stops for users on their way into the building Reduced risk of crowding or queues in reception area Easy to use visitor management system Robust security that doesn’t impinge on access Future proofing with cabling provision for speed lanes/entry turnstiles in place

Radiflow now at 5,000 sites globally, post record year with new products and strong growth in customers and revenues
Radiflow now at 5,000 sites globally, post record year with new products and strong growth in customers and revenues

Radiflow, a renowned provider of cyber security solutions for industrial automation networks, announced significant growth in revenues and bookings following the launch of new products in 2020 and continued international expansion. “Although last year has been a challenge for many vendors due to the impact of the global pandemic reducing overall IT spending, the OT cyber security space has been relatively unaffected and Radiflow has experienced its best year to date,” explains Ilan Barda, CEO of Radiflow. Cyber security space “Our critical national infrastructure (CNI) business continued its consistent growth, but the biggest growth has been within manufacturing - an area that had traditionally been less active in the cyber security space and has been prompted to strengthen its defences following a number of high-profile breaches during 2019/20 - today, nearly one third of our revenues come from manufacturing.” Radiflow recorded a 2x increase in sales as compared to the previous year and a 3x increase in bookings Radiflow recorded a 2x increase in sales during 2020 compared to the previous year and a 3x increase in bookings building a strong basis to continue its growth in 2021. Regionally, Europe has been the fastest growing sales territory for Radiflow including new customers in power, oil & gas and manufacturing. In parallel 2020 did also see major deals in North America and Asia Pacific including new US power utilities and national water and transportation operators in APAC. Critical business operations As of December 2020, Radiflow industrial cyber security solutions for critical business operations have been successfully deployed in over 5,000 sites by major utilities and industrial enterprises worldwide. Radiflow has also grown its team and partner community to meet international expansion. A major highlight is the creation of a new sales team to cover Western Europe led by the appointment of 2 new sales directors: Jesper Nilsson, Sales Director, who brings extensive experience in cyber security including his last role in CyberX and Katrin Rabe, Channel Director, who worked in large multi-national industrial automation vendors such as GE. Risk modelling and management On a commercial level, Radiflow expanded its network of partners especially with tier-1 system integrators that can serve the new tier-1 customers and provide the suite of services around Radiflow products. For example, Radiflow announced a collaboration with Mitsubishi Electric UK to address the needs of IEC62443 cyber security standards in the Critical Infrastructure and Industrial Automation markets. Radiflow will be announcing additional such partnerships with global system integrators during the first half of 2021. Part of the surge in sales in 2020 and increased pipeline for 2021 is due to the launch of Radiflow CIARA, a new platform offering Cyber Industrial Automated Risk Analysis (CIARA) to deliver emerging best practice around risk modelling and management using the ISA/IEC 62443 series of standards. Assets data collection CIARA uses automatic data-driven algorithms as a response to the growing digitisation of the production floor CIARA is the first fully automated tool for assets data collection, data-driven analysis and transparent risk metrics calculation, including risk scoring per zone and business process based on business impact. The unique platform uses automatic data-driven algorithms as a response to the growing digitisation of the production floor. “CIARA delivered a number of industry firsts and addressed a significant sector wide need to streamline previously complex and time-consuming risk assessment processes,” explains Barda. “It not only solves an immediate tactical issue, but has also helped us to expand the conversation with our clients to the wider Radiflow portfolio which has led to significant sales growth.” Industrial automation networks On the technology research side, Radiflow has engaged in several joint projects including with the Fraunhofer Institute of Optronics, System Technologies and Image Exploitation to apply advanced machine learning and artificial intelligence to cyber security for industrial automation networks. Radiflow was also part of a project with the National Cybersecurity Center of Excellence (NCCoE) around Cybersecurity for Distributed Energy Resources. “Our goal for 2021 is to capitalise further on the foundation we have built during the previous year,” says Barda. “We have introduced unique technologies combined with a growing partner community and the next phase is to expand our geographic reach to meet the untapped opportunity - especially in Europe.” Barda concludes.

Radiflow collaborates with Mitsubishi Electric UK to address the needs of IEC62443 cyber security standards
Radiflow collaborates with Mitsubishi Electric UK to address the needs of IEC62443 cyber security standards

Radiflow, a provider of cyber security solutions for industrial automation networks, announces a collaboration with Mitsubishi Electric UK to address the needs of IEC62443 cyber security standards in the Critical Infrastructure and Industrial Automation markets. Radiflow develops trusted industrial cyber security solutions for critical business operations that have been successfully deployed in over 4,000 sites by major utilities and industrial enterprises worldwide. Security risk assessments The combination of the automation knowledge and tools of Mitsubishi Electric UK with the cyber security and IEC 62443 compliance skills of Radiflow, provides a holistic view of a client’s risk posture. Radiflow will also provide Mitsubishi Electric UK customers with a consultancy service for cyber security, which includes the provision of OT security risk assessments, provision of Radiflow intrusion detection software and general advice on alignment with IEC 62443-3. Supporting asset owners There is a growing demand for solutions that address the requirements of cyber security in the OT space" In addition, the solution will help customers to support asset owners in satisfying the requirements of the NIS Directive along with due diligence in alignment with CPNI (Centre for the Protection of National Infrastructure) best practice. Commenting on the announcement, David Bean, Solutions Manager for Mitsubishi Electric UK said, “Our new collaboration with Radiflow provides expertise in the field of OT cyber security which compliments and broadens the services that we offer our customers through the Mitsubishi Electric UK System Service Operation. There is a growing demand for solutions that address the requirements of cyber security in the OT space and we are looking forward to delivering those solutions and building our relationship further with the team at Radiflow.” Data-driven analysis Ilan Barda, Founder & CEO of Radiflow added, “Radiflow sees huge value for OT organisations to have cyber security services and solutions aligned with their automation systems. By combining the automation knowledge and tools of Mitsubishi with the OT cyber security skills and tools of Radiflow, we are able to provide a holistic view of an organisation’s OT risk posture.” In August, Radiflow launched Cyber Industrial Automated Risk Analysis (CIARA), the first fully automated tool for asset data collection, data-driven analysis and transparent risk metrics calculation including risk scoring per zone delivering best practice around risk modelling and management using the ISA/IEC 62443 series of standards.

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