AVer will be discussing the benefits of its IVAs, and offering an overview of its entire portfolio at IFSEC 2014 AVer, a global leader in security, surveillance and video conferencing solutions, has announced its attendance at IFSEC 2014, the UK’s largest security industry event from 17th to 19th June at the ExCel in London. At the event AVer will be unveiling a number of new products, exclusively available to attendees, and talking to retailers about its award winning portfolio and series of IVAs that deliver complete control and confidence to surveillance operators. The new product range includes the P5036 NVR, a cost-effective solution for medium-scale businesses that includes hybrid functionality to facilitate smooth transition between technologies, with support for both analogue and digital cameras. The P5036 offers a full range of storage protection via RAID 0, 1, 5 and iSCSI for fast and secure access to data, and with dual monitor support users can view live feeds alongside playback, ensuring uninterrupted operation. As a Linux-based system, the P5036 helps cut down on expensive fees for substantial overall savings, and with free CMS software supplied, multiple users are able to log in at the same time and manage features remotely even when not on site. Also on show is the 2MP SD2026 IR Speed Dome IP camera, featuring a 20x optical zoom and intelligent IR LED illuminator, which with a range of 100m improves precision and efficiency to ensure that maximum clarity is available at all times, even for distant objects. Together with a 360° movement and two-way audio to contact those around the camera, the SD2026 offers the ultimate in flexibility and control. "We’re very much looking forward to IFSEC this year, where we’ll be presenting our new range and discussing the ways in which businesses can benefit from modern security solutions" The ED5000 Fisheye IP camera rounds off the new products on show – a 5MP camera with fisheye lens for 180° panoramic view or 360° surround view, making it ideals for wide, open areas. A point-tilt-zoom movement together with object tracking ensures that operator’s attention is immediately draw to suspicious activity, and together with smart stream to increase or decrease recording quality for selected areas, and Region of Interest to optimise bandwidth and storage, ensures efficient operation in any environment. The ED5000 is also an extremely cost-effective solution, utilising hardware-based de-warping to avoid the need for expensive software upgrades, and with a complete AVer setup users can benefit from a range of IVA features at no extra cost. AVer’s IVAs are a big reason why so many people choose an AVer setup. Where other solutions charge a significant amount for features such as face detection, tampering detection, cross line detection and missing and suspicious object detection, these are provided as standard with an AVer setup at no extra charge. “We’re very much looking forward to IFSEC this year, where we’ll be presenting our new range and discussing the ways in which businesses can benefit from modern security solutions,” said Bentley Lo, UK Country Manager at AVer Information Europe. “We’ve placed a big emphasis on cost-effective operation that doesn’t compromise on quality or functionality, so stop by and see me or one of the team at stand C650, where we’ll be more than happy to talk you through these exciting new developments.” AVer will be discussing the benefits of its IVAs, demonstrating the new products and offering an overview of its entire portfolio at IFSEC 2014. You find AVer at stand C650 from the 17th to the 19th of June at the ExCel in London.
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