Panasonic System Communications Company Europe News

ONVIF hosts 2017 membership meeting for company updates and future plans

ONVIF, the global standardisation initiative for IP-based physical security products, hosted its annual membership meeting in late October, providing an update to members on the accomplishments of ONVIF in 2017 and its outlook for the year ahead. Attendees heard presentations on the final release of Profile A in 2017 and the ongoing development of Profile T for advanced video streaming, activities which are enabling the growing prevalence of the nearly 9,000 ONVIF conformant products in bid and...

Panasonic’s Face Matching technology ranked highly by US NIST

Panasonic’s Face Matching technology has ranking highly in benchmark testing by the US National Institute of Standards and Technology, for the second year running. In co-operation with IARPA (Intelligence Advanced Research Projects Activity), NIST tested a forthcoming version of Panasonic’s facial recognition technology, which is currently being developed at the company’s Innovation Centre. The benchmark test consists of eight challenges addressing verification, identification...

IFSEC 2017 Day 2: Exhibitors shift focus from products to solutions

Exhibitors at this year’s IFSEC are thinking outside the box in terms of how they communicate their value proposition and how they interface with customers. In the process, some are rethinking how big trade shows like IFSEC fit with their goals. Panasonic's approach to the 'race to the bottom' Thomas Lausten, MOBOTIX new CEO How Gallagher benefits from IFSEC without exhibiting Panasonic Systems Communications Europe Panasonic Systems Communications Europe is one of several compani...

Panasonic launches POVCAM 4K medical image recording system

Panasonic has launched a new medical portable recording camera system, capturing high-definition 4K images as well as adding network capability for IP control and IP streaming. The new POVCAM system includes a AG-MDR25 compact portable recorder and the AG-MDC20GJ 4K camera head, facilitating high-definition 4K image acquisition and advanced IP control and IP streaming. The new AG-MDR25/ AG-MDC20GJ system replaces the previous Full HD AG-MDR15/AG-MDC10 and is designed for various applications in...

Panasonic launches end to end cyber secure CCTV range at IFSEC 2017

Panasonic will introduce a new end to end, cyber secure CCTV system at this week’s IFSEC event in London (20th – 22nd June 2017). The Secure Communication system is a secure platform and package of data protection elements that work with Panasonic’s IP CCTV camera systems to protect against video tampering and altering, spoofing, and snooping. Fully encrypted system It features several data protection elements including IP communication encryption and verification as well as...

Panasonic focuses on reducing total cost for CCTV technology at IFSEC 2017

Key security markets like city surveillance, banking & retail can book meetings directly with Panasonic at IFSEC 2017 Panasonic Business is set to launch a new direction for its European security business at IFSEC 2017, asking the industry to change how CCTV is perceived and procured. Use of ROI calculator Panasonic proprietary technology such as rain wash coating, dehumidification and smart coding technology reduce the overall cost of maintaining and operating CCTV tech...

Panasonic WV-SFV781L 4K dome camera enhances security at ILFISHALLE stadium, Langnau

The club is able to monitor the entire length of each stand using just two cameras The SCL Tigers club has chosen Panasonic 4K dome camera, the WV-SFV781L, to monitor spectator stands at the ILFISHALLE stadium in Langnau. With 6x optical zoom and true 4K, the club is able to monitor the entire length of each stand using just two cameras. Alongside the 4K technology SCL Tigers also opted for WV-SW598A full HD fixed dome cameras outside the stadium and in areas away from the sp...

Pro-Vision launches latest product catalogue featuring CCTV, Access Control and Public Address equipment

Latest products from Bosch, Dallmeier, IDIS, Panasonic, Pelco and Samsung Wisenet are included in the publication Pro-Vision, the UK distributor of security equipment has recently launched its latest 216 page product catalogue (dated March 2017) featuring the very best in branded CCTV, Access Control and Public Address equipment. David Westwood, External Sales Manager for Pro-Vision told us, “The very latest products from Bosch, Dallmeier, IDIS, Panasonic, Pelco and Sam...

Panasonic launches elite range of Full HD CCTV cameras

Panasonic has introduced an elite range of security products, representing the best of its camera technology The specially selected premium range incorporates features that go far beyond simple surveillance, with the cameras all including smart coding compression and secure communication encryption. All the cameras in the range also offer a minimum resolution of Full HD, with a selection at 4K. In addition, vandal resistance, weatherproofing and the rain wash coating, unique...

Panasonic introduces i-PRO Extreme surveillance technology at Intersec Dubai 2017

The i-PRO Extreme platform provides a native end-to-end H.265 compression Panasonic, a provider of integrated security and video surveillance solutions, introduces its next generation i-PRO Extreme technology platform at Intersec 2017, happening at the Dubai International Convention and Exhibition Centre (DICEC) on January 22 -24. Panasonic Marketing Middle East and Africa (PMMAF) has launched the i-PRO Extreme in response to the fast growing demand for integrated video surve...

Middle East security market continues double-digit growth rate as it awaits Intersec 2017

Dubai trade show to feature two-thirds of world’s top 50 solutions providers as regional security spend continues to rise The Middle East market for security, safety, and fire protection is on track for double digit growth over the next four years, as regional governments and the private sector look for improved technologies to better protect assets, people, businesses, and borders. Led by the Gulf nations of Saudi Arabia and the UAE, regional countries are making rapi...

Cloud-based surveillance spearheads growth in security as a service

The global market for security as a service is set to grow from $921 million in 2016 to $1.49 billion by 2020 The global security as a service market is made up of video surveillance as a service (VSaaS) and access control as a service (ACaaS). With video surveillance as a service, the user pays on a yearly, quarterly or monthly basis for the ability to view live or recorded surveillance data. Using access control as a service, the customer pays a subscription to have a server...