Remote Video Response News

Remote video monitoring system by RVR prevents fuel thefts, crime & vandalism

  CCTV remote surveillance system by RVR prevents fule price-related crime A CCTV system monitored by Remote Video Response (RVR) is ensuring that fuel theft is a thing of the past for executive coach operator, Sharpes of Nottingham. RVR is a business of UTC Fire and Security, a unit of United Technologies Corp.  With the ever-rising price of fuel and a marked increase in thefts across the UK, not a single crime has taken place at the vehicle storage and fuel compou...

RVR extends its surveillance training services to third parties

Remote Video Response is one of UK's leading providers of remote monitoring servicesRemote Video Response, one of UK's leading providers of remote monitoring services and an approved National Open College Network (NOCN) facility, is to provide third-party training in the use of CCTV surveillance in public spaces. RVR is part of UTC Fire & Security, a unit of United Technologies Corp."RVR will train local authorities, private companies and other remote video response centres," says...

CCTV industry professional, Victoria Waude, joins Remote Video Response

Victoria is responsible for delivering opportunities for remotely monitored CCTV systemsVictoria Waude has been appointed Business Development Manager for Remote Video Response (RVR), responsible for delivering corporate and high-end market opportunities for remotely monitored CCTV systems. Victoria has worked in the high technology CCTV industry for more than 10 years, having joined RVR from Dedicated Micros where she was the UK Sales Manager (Projects). She has a background in customer service...

RVR protects historic steam ship with modern CCTV monitoring service

Steam Ship installed CCTV system monitored by RVR to protect against the threat of fire and vandalismThe Steam Ship (SS) Great Britain, designed by the 19th Century engineer Isambard Kingdom Brunel, is using a sophisticated CCTV system monitored by Remote Video Response (RVR) to protect against the threat of fire and vandalism.The system, installed by Bristol-based Cannon Security, comprises a series of passive infrared (PIR) detectors, seven dome cameras and voice speaker warning system, with i...

RVR launches new surveillance-based service protects lone delivery drivers

 Remote Video Response, (RVR) launched a new electronic surveillance service to help protect Heavy Goods Vehicle (HGV) driversGloucester-based Remote Video Response, (RVR), has launched a new electronic surveillance service with remotely operated CCTV cameras to help protect Heavy Goods Vehicle (HGV) drivers who make multiple deliveries at night. RVR is part of UTC Fire & Security, a unit of United Technologies Corp.The new service, known as ‘Driver Minder', has been introduced sp...

RVR signals new era in video monitoring with major IFSEC launch

At IFSEC 2008, Remote Video Response (RVR) - the Gloucester-based CCTV monitoring centre - will launch Chameleon, a new control system that will enable RVR to monitor, manage and respond to images transmitted via ANY CCTV technology regardless of make or manufacturer, predominantly over IP, and without sending the images to multiple people within the Remote Video Response Centre (RVRC).The result is that installers and end users will be able to utilise any preferred CCTV technology they choose (...

RVR appoints new Business Development Manager to develop southern customer base

Remote Video Response (RVR), the Gloucester-based video monitoring business, has appointed Marcus Eaves as its new Business Development Manager responsible for developing new business within the Southern region.Marcus has considerable experience of the security industry generally and the remote monitoring business specifically, having worked for ADPRO for the past four years promoting its range of video management, transmission and recording technologies to key end users, installers and consulta...

IFSEC 2007: RVR 'first' to integrate IP into common front end

Remote Video Response (RVR) will be at IFSEC 2007 to demonstrate how it has become the first RVRC to fully integrate IP technology into a common front end in a move that signals a new era of flexibility, efficiency and convenience for installers and end-users alike.Gone will be the reliance on 'conventional' ISDN lines and in its place a more cost-effective solution that does not penalise installers or their customers with heavy line-rental charges and individual call costs that all add financia...