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Wavestore to display a range of security solutions at IFSEC 2011
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Wavestore to display a range of security solutions at IFSEC 2011

Published on 12 May, 2011

 Wavestore stall can be visited at IFSEC 2011
 Wavestore will display its open platform technology to incorporate video analytics, motion detection, facial recognition etc.

If you are planning to visit IFSEC 2011, we hope you will take the time to come to stand G60 in Hall 4 to see how Wavestore can define a strategy to take your security solutions to a much higher level.

Wavestore's open platform philosophy enables the system to work closely with third party technology to incorporate video analytics, motion detection, license plate recognition, facial recognition, abandoned object and intruder detection, people counting, queue management, perimeter security detection and traffic monitoring solutions into our digital recording solutions.

Wavestore is delighted to be working with manufacturers such as Axis, Basler, Lilin, Messoa, Mobotix, Oncam Global, Panasonic, Samsung, Sony, VIVOTEK and Y-cam at IFSEC 2011, to demonstrate to customers how they can achieve more from their security systems by taking advantage of our combined technological expertise.

We are certain you will also be impressed with how easy it is to get the maximum benefit from a Wavestore digital video recording solution as a result of the introduction of Version 5 of our software which delivers our best ever graphical user interface (GUI), whilst our updated SDK makes it easier than ever before for system integrators to develop their own integrated security solutions.

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