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Panasonic WJ-PC200, WJ-PR201, and WJ-PR204 coaxial converter for IP camera network installation

Panasonic has introduced a coaxial converter which allows integrators to replace analogue camera systems with network cameras using the existing coaxial-Lan cable infrastructure. The system uses a camera side unit (WJ-PC200) and receiver side unit (WJ-PR201 (1channel), WJ-PR204 (4channel)) to reduce the set up cost and space required for the installation of an IP camera network. The WJ-PC200 is a third smaller than the model it replaces, meaning it’s often possible to install it within a...

Panasonic's new European solutions company focuses on utilities, transportation and logistics markets

The new PSSEU will be led by Tony O’Brien who has over 20 years of experience in enterprise solutions Panasonic has recently announced the creation of a new European solutions company that will bring together its various business products and develop world class solutions for its customers, offering a single point of contact and accountability. Panasonic System Solutions Europe (PSSEU), a division of Panasonic Marketing Europe, founded on 1 April 2016, develops market s...

ISC West day 1 sees large crowds exploring product releases, cybersecurity and security technology education

ISC West was hopping on its first day, with crowded aisles, packed booths and plenty of news to share. Much of the news consists of product announcements resulting from the rapid pace of technology development in the physical security market. It was enough to cause sensory overload. Educating integrators and end users about security technology Technology is moving so fast that it’s understandable integrators, not to mention end users, might struggle to digest it all and apply it to their...

Milestone XProtect and Panasonic IP dome cameras deter urban violence at Aigle railway station, Switzerland

With the Panasonic network and Milestone’s software platform, Aigle can ensure long-term safety Aigle, Switzerland is a historical small town in the region of Vaud, nestled in the heart of the vineyards. It is dominated by the impressive twelfth-century Château d’Aigle, an imposing fortification that once served to protect the populace. These days, however, the task requires more modern measures, for instance at the Aigle railway station – Vaud&rsqu...

Milestone XProtect and Panasonic IP cameras reduce theft and vandalism at Spinderiet shopping centre, Copenhagen

Panasonic cameras are connected to Milestone XProtect Enterprise, which shows all activities going on in shopping centre Less theft and reduced vandalism – these are just some of the advantages a new shopping centre in Copenhagen called Spinderiet has realised using the latest networked technology for IP video surveillance from Milestone Systems and Panasonic. The centre has also experienced a noticeable preventive effect on rowdy youth from nearby neighbourhoods. In a...

Milestone XProtect helps Rosenthal & Rosenthal to move from analogue to digital surveillance

Rosenthal has Milestone XProtect Business version 3.1 for a 16 camera license and the PMA Rosenthal & Rosenthal, located in busy mid-town Manhattan's Herald Square, is the largest privately owned financial factoring company in the USA. Founded in 1938, they now have over 200 employees. Just over a year ago, they began implementing proper automation of the business, increasing revenues with greater efficiency. Part of this business strategy included making the decision...

Surveillance technology advancements in 2016 to see greater accuracy in analytics applications

Overall, 2015 was an interesting year for the security industry and Panasonic. We’ve seen some exciting advancements in surveillance technology, including a strong uptick in body-worn cameras for law enforcement. The transition to IP cameras continues; but with economic ups and downs, we also saw customers hanging on to existing systems longer than expected, so providing support and helping them migrate at their own pace will continue to be a priority for us. From a global perspective, the...

OEM and R&D focus for Chinese manufacturer Safer Science and Technology at CPSE 2015

Safer has built a reputation of notcompromising on quality for a low price,leading to increases in overseas sales in 2015 Unfazed by the number of companies following the footsteps of Hikvision and Dahua and launching their own branded product lines, one Chinese company insists on carving out its name in the manufacturing sector. Established in 2002, Shenzhen Safer Science and Technology, or Safer as the company is commonly known, acknowledges that it cannot c...

Panasonic WV-SPW532L and WV-SPW312L bullet cameras with enhanced features

The discreet WV-SPW532L and WV-SPW312L bullet cameras, set for release in early November 2015, are packed with many of the features from the company’s 3 and 5 series cameras at a fraction of the cost. Saving both streaming and data storage costs The Variable Image Quality in Specified area (VIQS) option allows the cameras to select areas within an image to stream at a higher quality, while streaming the rest at a reduced quality. This reduces the file size, saving both streaming and data...

Myanmar Security Expo 2015 receives strong support from government and commercial sector

Some 2,107 government officials and commercial buyers connected with 75 exhibitors from 17 countries and regions Myanmar Deputy Minister of Finance, Mr Maung Maung Thein officiated the opening of the inaugural Myanmar Security Expo. Over the 3 days’ event, some 2,107 government officials, commercial buyers and media convened and connected with 75 exhibitors from 17 countries and regions. Close to 16% of the visitors are government officials and decision makers from priva...

How latest NVR technologies adapt to storage challenges and other developments in the current security market

NVRs make it easy to benefit from HD solutions and integrations to access control, alarm systems, intercoms and other technologies Developments in the IP video camera market have a direct impact on the other components in a system. With the emergence of higher definition cameras – whether 4K cameras or 8K or even higher – the market now needs back-end devices that can perform the decoding work. Also, more intelligence is needed, including smart functions such as pe...

6 reasons preconfigured NVR appliances can boost the performance of video surveillance systems

NVRs come preinstalled with latest software releases to minimise setup time Looking for a perfect marriage of hardware and software for a video management system application? A preconfigured network video recorder (NVR) appliance may fit the bill. Consider these advantages of going the NVR appliance route, as suggested by vendor companies contacted by SourceSecurity.com. 1. Greater freedom of deployment NVRs provide more application flexibility – because the recorders...