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Boom in interest at VIDEOTEC's stand at IFSEC 2008

The VIDEOTEC team is delighted to confirm the boom in interest at its stand at IFSEC 2008.  Visitors expressed their appreciation of the increasingly advanced technological progress made by the new products on show, which encourages VIDEOTEC to continue with its chosen policy.The chairman of VIDEOTEC, Alessio Grotto, expressed his satisfaction, "Our commitment and the ensuing significant investments in R&D are aimed at offering the security market solutions with high technological...

Mirasys NVR solutions take the lead in supporting the world's first H.264 camera line

Mirasys video surveillance software solutions are to integrate with pioneering H.264 megapixel cameras from Arecont Vision.Mirasys, one of the world's leading providers of open platform digital CCTV and video surveillance solutions, recently announced that its networked video recording product line, NVR Pro and NVR Enterprise that launched at IFSEC 2008, will support the world's first full line of H.264 megapixel video surveillance cameras from Arecont Vision, the leading manufacturer of IP...

Optelecom-NKF collaborates with Imtech for Dutch transportation projects

Optelecom-NKF, Inc., a leading global supplier of advanced video surveillance solutions, recently announced it has been awarded two projects totalling in excess of €1.1 million ($1.7 million) by Imtech, N.V; a European technical services provider in the fields of electrical engineering, IT, and mechanical engineering.  The orders support the delivery of Internet protocol (IP) and optical fibre transmission solutions for the Dutch Ministry of Transportation's fast-growing...

Videotec introduces ALBERT, Video Content Analysis at IFSEC

VIDEOTEC has announced its entrance into the market for IP-based video surveillance products by launching ALBERT, the Video Agent with advanced algorithms for the Video Content Analysis (H264) and extraordinary capabilities like Intelligent Cooperation and Assisted Navigation.  ALBERT and other Videotec products will be exhibited at IFSEC 2008.Like a member of a team, each ALBERT unit broadcasts information about its activities, knows what the others are doing and sets its PT...

Xtralis appoints new EMEA Regional Sales Manager for ASIM Traffic Solutions

Xtralis Ltd has appointed Boris Ulrich as Regional Sales Manager EMEA for ASIM Traffic Solutions, based in Verona, Italy.  Boris has significant experience in the traffic management software and hardware field, having previously worked on a number of traffic management projects across Europe and the Middle East.  He has also been a regular participant in meetings and projects with the European Union regarding traffic management, car-to-car and car-to-infrastructure communication, and a...

Xtralis focuses on new generation of integrated security solutions at IFSEC 2008

Xtralis, the fire and security solutions provider, is to further increase its solutions capabilities and complement its range of ADPRO video surveillance systems with the launch of a new series of access control and integrated technologies, developed since its acquisition of VSK at the end of 2007.Among the new products being released will be the Xtralis V3000 product range, including a new fully IP compatible CCTV solution and integrated S3000 Access Control.  Xtralis has also developed a...

Canary Wharf brings in Siemens to maintain its security systems

Siemens Building Technologies has been awarded a contract to maintain all the electronic security equipment across London landmark, the Canary Wharf estate.The deal follows a tough competitive tender and will see Siemens take responsibility for the security equipment of all Canary Wharf-managed buildings and infrastructure within the 97-acre site.Siemens is to put in a team of on-the-ground engineers who will manage a multi-faceted security system that includes CCTV, vehicle scanning, road block...

Japanese Embassy in Cairo chose Geutebruck's GeViScope

When the Japanese Embassy in Cairo moved to its new building on the banks of the Nile recently, it chose a Geutebruck CCTV monitoring system despite fierce international competition - especially from Japanese manufacturers.  The Embassy's hundred-camera, five-workstation system is based on the GeViScope digital CCTV platform which has a dedicated digital signal processor for each video channel, and hence the capacity to process large amounts of data and the flexibility to process each signa...

FLIR Systems at dedicated night vision event

Night vision is a technology whose application now extends way beyond its military roots.  Such is its scope that specialist conference organiser Tangent Link is holding a dedicated one-day conference on the subject.  Companies representing a range of night vision disciplines will join internationally renowned experts in the field. The keynote address will be given by Attila Simon from the Research and Technology - Sensors Directorate of the European Defence Agency.  Speakers inc...

Luton goes digital with Vigilant

Luton Borough Council has upgraded to digital video recording.  Luton's Town Centre CCTV system, which was installed in 1998, plays a major role in helping Luton Borough Council achieve its crime reduction objectives. Jason, who has managed the Town's Central Monitoring Centre for 10 years, said: "We have been successfully using analogue recorders to capture video from our Town Centre CCTV system and it has worked extremely well.  We became aware however that we were missing...

Pyronix appoints dedicated Irish Account Manager

Pyronix Ltd is pleased to announce the appointment of Maurice Taggart as Account Manager for Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland.Maurice brings 25 years experience in the security industry with him and has worked in all sectors, starting with installation companies, and then moving into the intruder manufacturer sector as Sales Manager in Ireland, helping to substantially grow the Irish market by introducing new products. More recently, he was an Area Manager with distributor Gardiner S...

Ipsotek has provided video analytics to the London Eye, the UK's number one paid-for visitor attraction and iconic global landmark

Wimbledon-based Ipsotek installed its video analytics software on a trial basis after motion detection and a competitor's analytics proved unable to cope with the demanding conditions at the site.  Using thermal imaging cameras, Ipsotek provided scenario-based detection software which met the client's stringent service level agreements (SLAs), particularly governing detection accuracy. Phil Foreman of Universal Security, the installation company for the project, described the unusual challe...

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