Wavestore, the British manufacturer of open platform video management solutions is helping to detect the presence of hooligans at three of the largest football stadiums in Montevideo, Uruguay. Working in conjunction with Systems Integrator partner DDBA, Wavestore’s VMS has been deployed at the Centenario, Penarol and Nacional stadiums to enable the police and security personnel to identify known troublemakers and prevent them from gaining entry to any of the grounds. Facial recognition technology The project, which has seen Wavestore installed within the stadiums’ control rooms as well as in mobile police units, was won following an extensive evaluation process in which Wavestore and technology partner, Herta, a provider of state-of-the-art facial recognition software, proved to be highly effective compared to those offered by other manufacturers. Manufacturers competing for the project were allocated a specific period of time to set up their integrated solutions to demonstrate the ability to detect and identify 40 people who had been entered onto a database and who were randomly integrated with an estimated 50,000 football fans approaching the stadium entrances to attend a match. When the results of the tests were analysed, it was found that Wavestore and Herta had been able to detect 39 of the 40 targets, even though many were wearing hats, scarves and dark glasses. The one person who was not detected had completely covered their face. The contract to install the video surveillance systems comprising of a fully integrated Wavestore/Herta solution and multiple HD cameras, was awarded to DDBA Wavestore-Herta video surveillance system The contract to install the video surveillance systems comprising of a fully integrated Wavestore/Herta solution and multiple HD cameras, was awarded to DDBA, a leading security and IT infrastructure systems integrator. “As is the case in many countries in the world, football stadiums in Uruguay have regretfully experienced anti-social behaviour on match days,” said German Ruiz, a Director of Montevideo-based DDBA. “With a zero-tolerance policy towards hooliganism, the Football Association of Uruguay made the decision to invest in technology that would recognise the relatively small number of individuals who could endanger and spoil the enjoyment of the many thousands of people attending the games.” When disruption occurs during a football match, images captured by the cameras are used by police and security personnel to identify and apprehend those involved. The images are then added to a database of undesirable attendees. The entire video data from every match is transferred into a large data system, maintained at the Ministry of Interior, to enable the police to retrospectively analyse key data The entire video data from every match is transferred into a large data system, maintained at the Ministry of Interior, to enable the police to retrospectively analyse key data and search for individual images over a period of years. IP cameras and video recorders Multiple Axis 20 Megapixel IP cameras from have been installed within the three stadiums in order to monitor seating and terrace areas, whilst high definition Axis Q6055 32x PTZ cameras are being used by operators to zoom into see close up detail of any incidents. In addition, Axis P1365 IP cameras chosen specifically to support facial recognition, have been installed at all entrances to each stadium, as well as in police mobile units located to monitor the streams of fans as they progress towards the stadium along the footpaths. The stadiums and the Ministry of Interior have been equipped with Wavestore X-Series recorders plus additional servers maintained on standby for failover purposes. All are 4U rack-mounted with 24 hot-swap hard drives. Data storage and analysis The client was also impressed by Wavestore’s robust data recording technology, which is extremely fast and enables specific video data to be located and displayed instantaneously A careful and detailed analysis of the network needed to support the aggregated bandwidth of all the cameras operating concurrently, as well as user demands at the various monitoring stations and display walls was carried out. According to German Ruiz, it is one of the many reasons why Wavestore’s high-throughput servers were chosen for the project. “The client was also impressed by Wavestore’s robust data recording technology, which is extremely fast and enables specific video data to be located and displayed instantaneously,” said German. “Exporting video clips from the Wavestore system is also very quick and easy, requiring just a 3-click process.” Commenting on the success of the project, Chris Williams, Project Director of Wavestore Global Ltd said: “As a British manufacturer we are proud that the quality and the price/performance ratio of our solutions is enabling us to win projects as far afield as Uruguay. Equally important, we are delighted to have proven our ability, and value the opportunity we have had to work with DDBA and Herta who have used their respective expertise to contribute towards the success of this prestigious project.”
At the event, Wavestore to offer its partners and end-clients a scalable and future-proof video management solution It was announced on 21st April 2015 that Wavestore had been presented with awards Queen’s Awards for Enterprise for International Trade and for Innovation. Wavestore wins most prestigious accolades Wavestore is just one of only two businesses to have won two Queen’s Awards for Enterprise this year, the most prestigious accolades for businesses in the United Kingdom. They are conferred annually by HM Queen Elizabeth II, on the advice of the Prime Minister, to organisations with outstanding performance in international trade, innovation and sustainable development. In this article, Wavestore’s senior management express their delight in receiving the Awards, which they believe reflect the lead Wavestore is taking in developing innovative Video Management Software (VMS), and recognises the company’s stellar growth in international sales. Wavestore, Chairman & Managing Director comments “We are particularly proud to have won the Queen’s Award for Enterprise in the innovation category bearing in mind our commitment and ability to respond to changing market requirements,” said Stuart Caldecourt, Chairman & Managing Director of Wavestore. “We are constantly re-evaluating our VMS and with the help of our global network of business partners, we listen to feedback from the marketplace as to what is required to help users achieve their security and business objectives, both today and in the future. We truly understand the importance of striving to continually improve and innovate, and this is reflected in Version 6, the latest release of our VMS which we will be launching at IFSEC 2015.” Wavestore, Director of Engineering comments In support of Stuart’s comments, Justin Wheatley, Wavestore’s Director of Engineering, explains how the company’s highly talented software and hardware development teams share a passion for ensuring that Wavestore stands out from the crowd in what is a fragmented VMS marketplace, by developing features and functions that deliver real benefits to our users around the world. “At user level, we are determined that Wavestore should provide the most intuitive video and recording management available today with powerful video and data search as well as evidential quality export functionality. We want to give operators the tools they need to efficiently and effectively do their job day in, day out - all from a single screen and with minimal training required. “Sitting at the heart of an electronic security system, our truly independent open platform VMS enables organisations to unlock the full potential of an integrated solution. For example, although Wavestore integrates as standard with thousands of devices and is ONVIF conformant, bespoke project specific and specialist integrations can be easily, quickly and cost-effectively implemented thanks to WaveStar - our unique protocol translation script that allows us to integrate almost any device with the functionality you need.” Wavestore's outstanding growth in export earnings Chris Williams, Director of International Sales, is exceptionally pleased that Wavestore has also won the Queen’s Award for Enterprise in the international trade category. “The Award recognises the outstanding growth in export earnings that we have achieved over the past three years. We have been consistently successful in winning significant orders throughout the world during the last 15 years and Wavestore’s reputation for providing robust, reliable and cost effective video management solutions has spread far and wide. In countries such as Australia, Bermuda, Brazil, Canada, Cyprus, Kuwait, Spain and USA, to name just a few, Wavestore’s VMS has been placed at the heart of security systems operating in virtually every possible type of environment.” Wavestore’s ability to offer its partners and end-clients a scalable and future-proof video management solution will be on show on stand D1350 at IFSEC International 2015 which takes place at ExCeL London on 16-18 June.
The BSIA-organised UK Pavilion the focal point of the highest-ever turnout of UK companies The Intersec exhibition held in Dubai last month is fast becoming a must attend event for British security providers. Members of the British Security Industry Association (BSIA) and its Export Council, who were there in force for the 17th year, report a high level of interest in the wide range of innovative UK security solutions, from integrated systems to access control, CCTV, perimeter protection, intruder alarm and power supply technology, on display. The scale of the British presence at Intersec 2015 was certainly impressive this time around, with the BSIA-organized UK Pavilion the focal point of the highest-ever turnout of UK companies. The positive experience of Export Council member companies at Intersec 2015 was captured by a post-event survey, with 75% of respondents answering that the number of visitors coming to their stands had grown year-on-year, paralleling what the organisers themselves have been saying. Beyond this, half of the member companies surveyed pointed out that the quality of attendees had improved - a welcome trend. Reflecting on the bottom-line business benefits, three-quarters said that they expect to obtain more orders thanks to Intersec and, looking ahead to 2016, all of the companies who replied confirmed that they were planning to attend next year's event. So what were visitors to Intersec 2015 most interested in? Well, security integration seems have been the hot topic, with all respondents to the BSIA's Export Council's post-show survey selecting it as one of the standout technology areas. This mirrors the findings of the BSIA's security and business trends research and underlines the increasing recognition amongst BSIA members’ customers of the enhanced security, and day-to-day management, benefits that can be unlocked when a number of elements from access control to video surveillance can be brought together in a seamless IP environment rather than remaining in their own discrete, and unconnected, silos. "From our members’ survey it is clear that not only was the number of on-stand visits on an upward trajectory but, crucially, there was a corresponding uplift in the level and quality of enquiries" Other technologies on the shopping list for Intersec 2015, according to the BSIA survey, included: HD (High Definition) CCTV and ultra HD in the form of 4K which continues to prove a popular choice thanks, undoubtedly, to the ability to provide additional detail in security critical applications such as banks and hotel lobbies and changing legislative requirements across the region. Beyond this video content analysis, biometrics for access control and ANPR were also in the frame. Commenting on Intersec 2015, Tom Sharrard, Vice Chair of the Export Council at the BSIA, is delighted with how the exhibition turned out for member companies: “Intersec 2015 certainly surpassed our expectations. From our members’ survey it is clear that not only was the number of on-stand visits on an upward trajectory but, crucially, there was a corresponding uplift in the level and quality of enquiries. It will, of course, be interesting to see how this translates into physical orders in the months ahead. There is little doubt that Intersec remains a strong platform for our members targeting the region, an area which appreciates the benefits of working with British businesses which offer best practice solutions that comply with the latest industry standards." Member companies were asked for their thoughts regarding Intersec 2015: Chris Williams, Director at VMS (Video Management Software) specialist Wavestore (www.wavestore.com) feels that the design of the UK Pavilion was particularly strong this year and was happy with the level of visitors: “The many visitors who attended on all three days delivered one of the best shows for some time.” A key focus for Wavestore was the energy saving capabilities of its V6 VMS which automates the spin down of hard drives not engaged in active read and write processes. Paul King, Commercial Director at Elmdene (www.elmdene.co.uk) reports that switch mode power supplies delivering efficiency levels of up to 90% were a big draw at Intersec, with leads up by 20%: “There was a lot of attention being given to our EN54 STX power supplies, high specification CCTV power supplies and PoE solutions,” says King. Natalie Simpson, Marketing Manager, Synectics (www.synecticsuk.com) says that the company's team at Intersec saw significant interest in integrated solutions and the EX camera station range, including thermal imaging. Reflecting on the bottom-line business benefits, three-quarters said that they expect to obtain more orders thanks to Intersec Another company whose solutions fitted-in with the market push for integration was TDSi (www.tdsi.co.uk), thanks to its powerful Exgarde access control software and VUgardeCCTV video management software. By the second day of the show, Managing Director John Davies was already pointing to an upward trend in attendees, a fact reflected in the company's final figures which rose by a fifth. Helen Williams, Marketing Executive at Remsdaq (www.remsdaq.com) says that the company secured record visitor numbers from across the Middle East and Africa: “We anticipate significant new business based on our multi-award winning EntroWatch and EntroStar access control products and the brand new EntroPad proximity reader with its unique Arabic keypad.” Tony Smith, Major Accounts and Marketing Manager at Integrated Design Ltd (IDL), renowned for its Fastlane turnstile solutions (www.fastlaneturnstiles.com), is also upbeat after a steady increase in visitors over the past few years. He reckons that the show is a good way to move existing business forward: “People from projects in the Gulf were able to come to see us for technical training and to look at the products they had purchased.” A member company using Intersec to show the shape of things to come was IndigoVision (www.indigovision.com) in the form of its FrontLine body worn video. Paul Murphy the company's Head of Marketing feels there is tremendous potential for the technology: “It has come to the point where it is durable and lightweight enough, and can record for long enough, for deployment by front line staff.” Users could range from staff at airports to those who are public-facing in hotels."
The collaboration with Vizualize underpins Wavestore's commitment to provide seamlessly solutions The successful combination of Vizualize technology with Wavestore’s video management software (VMS) has enhanced the ability of businesses to identify opportunities to increase operational efficiency and enhance customer satisfaction. Vizualize harmonises its leading-edge sensors, intelligent devices, analytics and dynamic reporting solutions. When working alongside Wavestore’s open platform VMS, its highly accurate 3D edge based people counting system can, for example, in retail environments provide options for shopper tracking, in-store audience measurement and product interaction monitoring, which deliver an insight into virtually every element of shopper activity. In addition to retail applications, Vizualize’s technology can provide capture and analyse data in order to help a wide range of other market sectors identify opportunities where productivity can be improved and customer satisfaction maintained, whilst ensuring a safe and secure environment for staff and customers. These include applications within the transport sector where passenger waiting times and delays at airports, ports and other transport facilities has become of increasing concern as security measures are tightened, and within stadiums, large venues, pubs and night clubs where the need to comply with licensing and safety laws means that having an accurate, reliable system for monitoring occupancy levels, is essential. 360 Degrees Visibility Vizualize’s ability to generate data that will allow an analysis of customer movement by way of, for example, heat maps, is further enhanced when 360 degree fisheye cameras are deployed, to record all of the activity in the monitored area. In addition, Wavestore is able to assist in this process as, in addition to de-warping the fisheye images, it enables operators to control a ‘virtual’ PTZ function to track activity and save video clips of an unlimited number of individual events captured in the camera’s entire field of view. "Our collaboration with Vizualize underpins Wavestore's commitment to provide seamlessly solutions which can deliver so much more than what has traditionally been expected of a video surveillance system," said Chris Williams, Director of Wavestore. "We have developed a strong relationship with Vizualize to bring our combined solution to the attention of the countless number of businesses that could benefit from visually verified data which helps them track their performance in line with defined KPIs."
Under the terms of agreement, NBM will supply Wavestore's hardware based solutions to its customer base throughout EMEA region Wavestore, a leading global supplier of video management software (VMS), has agreed a distribution partnership with NBM Distribution Ltd. Under the terms of the agreement, NBM Distribution will supply Wavestore's hardware based solutions to its extensive customer base of installers and systems integrators throughout the EMEA region. NBM Distribution was established in 1988 to service the growing demands of the computer network market. From an 11,000 sq. ft. warehouse in Hemel Hempstead, the company offers the IT channel an extensive portfolio of network solutions from leading manufacturers including, MOBOTIX, Allied Telesis, Synology, Brand-Rex, Netgenium, Redetec, Riello, GJD Technologies, Prism Enclosures and Rittal. With a commitment to provide customers with the highest level of service in the data cabling industry, the company has increased its sales to over £9 million. Single vendor strategy "We have decided upon a single vendor strategy in respect of video surveillance products and we therefore carefully evaluated video management solutions from a wide range of manufacturers before reaching this distribution agreement with Wavestore," said Danny Kindell, Managing Director of NBM Distribution. "Wavestore's open platform VMS will provide our customers with the option to deploy a video surveillance solution which can be integrated with a wide range of other security and IT related systems. It also works particularly well with megapixel and 360 degree cameras manufactured by MOBOTIX, who we work exclusively with." “NBM Distribution's in-depth knowledge and understanding of the network sector make them an ideal partner to help us identify new business opportunities within the IT channel," said Chris Williams, Director of Wavestore. “We are looking forward to working with the NBM Distribution team to bring the benefits of our video management solutions to the attention of professionals who work within the network sector.” Wavestore V6 Chris Williams added, "The timing of this partnership agreement could not be better as it coincides with the imminent launch of Wavestore V6 which will incorporate a number of exciting and innovative new features. These include EcoStore™ Intelligent Power Saving hard drive management technology, which offers a potential power saving of up to 90% per hard drive. V6 will also feature Wavestore’s proprietary data storage solution. Its highly scalable recording design supports up to 64 Petabytes of storage per single volume, each with a capacity of up to 64 trillion images, and is configurable for an unlimited number of volumes."
The technology partnership established between ISM and Wavestore has resulted in the successful integration of Wavestore video management software (VMS), with ISM’s Genesys2 PSIM security management control room software. The ISM award-winning and patented Genesys2 PSIM software offers a scalable solution for small single sites to multi-sited projects, irrespective of their location. Its ability to integrate products from multiple manufacturers into one holistic platform is enhanced when working alongside Wavestore’s VMS, which is able to deliver video and audio data from any combination of analogue, IP, megapixel, HD, HD-SDI and 360 degree cameras and alarm data from associated sensors. A key benefit of the level of integration achieved between the respective manufacturers’ solutions is that pre and post events can immediately be displayed on an integrated video wall to provide control room operators with instant access to real time events. Security is therefore enhanced with the ability of operators to visually detect and pinpoint breaches across multiple sites. Seamless integration “The interaction possible between our VMS and Genesys2 software provides systems integrators with an opportunity to capitalise on the projected growth in demand for integrated security management systems by harnessing the benefits that can be achieved from recent advances in IP network based video surveillance technology,” said Chris Williams, Director of Wavestore. “With Wavestore and ISM working in harmony, users can take advantage of the benefits of deploying a PSIM platform to create a highly efficient control room environment which will allow them to effectively monitor and control all systems within their security infrastructure, and when necessary, manage an effective response to any incident, from a single screen.“
Wood Communications will distribute Wavestore’s video recording and management solutions in Ireland Wavestore has announced that its video recording and management solutions are to be distributed in Ireland by Wood Communications Ltd. Commenting on the distribution agreement, Keith Mahony, Managing Director of Wood Communications said: “We are delighted to be working with Wavestore and are excited about developing the market for them in Ireland. Globally, Wavestore has a proven track record with their video recording management solution and we will be looking to replicate this success within the Irish marketplace.” Based in Ballymount, Dublin, Wood Communications is one of Ireland’s fastest growing distributors of data, telecommunications and video surveillance solutions. It supplies installers and systems integrators throughout Ireland and Northern Ireland with products from leading security brands such as Lilin, Mobotix, Kbc networks, Serage, and Veracity. Established in 1924, the company has built an enviable reputation for providing its customers with first class pre and post sales support and can claim to operate the only independent training centre in Ireland offering Certified Data Centre, Fibre Optic, Wireless and Copper Training courses. “With extensive experience of large network infrastructure projects and an understanding of the need to be able to offer easy to implement and easy to use seamless solutions, Wood Communications is an ideal distribution partner for us in Ireland,” said Chris Williams, Director of Wavestore. “We are confident that the company’s enthusiastic and high competent technical team have the expertise to offer advice and provide support to potential Wavestore customers who are looking to deploy an integrated video recording solution which can capitalise on the benefits of our robust and reliable open platform video management software (VMS).”
Shashi will be responsible for identifying new sales opportunities for Wavestore’s video recording and management solutions Wavestore has further expanded its worldwide sales activities with the appointment of Shashi K. Yadav to the role of Business Development Manager for the Indian Subcontinent. Shashi has worked within the electronic security industry for six years, two of which as a Business Development Specialist for Sony India, whilst immediately prior to joining Wavestore, he was Regional Sales Manager for Genetec in India. Reporting to Chris Williams, Director of Wavestore, Shashi will be responsible for developing business relationships with key market influencers in order to identify new sales opportunities for Wavestore’s video recording and management solutions throughout India & its neighbouring countries. “We fully appreciate that the fast growing security industry within the Indian Subcontinent offers us the opportunity for a dynamic increase in sales and Shashi’s appointment to the newly created role of Business Development Manager reflects our commitment to offer outstanding pre, as well as post sales, support to customers who operate in this important market sector,” said Chris Williams. “We are very fortunate to be able to recruit the services of Shashi. His expertise and market knowledge will be extremely valuable to Wavestore as we look to capitalise on our reputation for delivering robust, reliable and flexible VMS software solutions which can be custom designed to exactly match customer’s requirements.” Commenting on his appointment, Shashi said: “I recently attended IFSEC International in London and was highly impressed with the interest shown in Wavestore’s open platform recording solutions. The company’s stand was packed full for all three days of the show. Visitors were hungry to learn more about how Wavestore can help them achieve a seamless integrated security solution that can incorporate a wide range of third party technologies and systems, regardless of the size or complexity of the project. I am therefore very excited to be able to progress my career with Wavestore and to have the opportunity to promote the company’s solutions across the Indian Subcontinent. I am confident that the interest from installers, system integrators, consultants, specifiers and end-users will be just as good as what I witnessed at IFSEC.”
Pete will be responsible for identifying new business opportunities for Wavestore’s open platform VMS Wavestore continues to grow its sales team with news that Pete Ward had been recruited as EMEA Account Manager. Pete will be working closely with installers, system integrators and Wavestore distributors throughout Africa, the Middle East and the UK to identify new business opportunities for the company’s open platform video recording and management solutions. “We have been enjoying significant success in the EMEA region over recent years with 2014 sales forecast to reach record levels,” said Chris Williams, Director of Wavestore “We are therefore delighted to have been able to recruit the services of an individual of Pete’s calibre who will be able to help us build on this success and ensure we maintain our position as one of the fastest growing independent manufacturers operating within the electronic security sector.” Immediately prior to joining Wavestore, Pete performed a similar role for data and video specialists, Teleste, where he had worked since 2005. Commenting on his appointment, Pete said: “Wavestore has established an enviable reputation for providing world class robust, reliable and flexible VMS solutions. Most importantly, the company is totally committed to an open platform philosophy and this creates opportunities for customers to achieve a seamless integrated security solution that can incorporate a wide range of third party technologies and systems, regardless of the size or complexity of the project. I am looking forward to promoting this message and to be able to demonstrate how Wavestore’s solutions can help generate sales growth for our business partners throughout the EMEA region.”
Wavesight’s rapidly deployable wirelesssystems can transmit high quality videoover long distances Wavestore, a leading supplier of video management software (VMS), has formed a technology partnership with Wavesight, a market leading manufacturer of outdoor wireless communication solutions. Featuring extremely high levels of data security, Wavesight’s point-to-point and multipoint rapidly deployable wireless systems can transmit high quality video over long distances with extremely low latency, whilst the company’s technology is equally suited to data and voice communications applications. “This is a great example of two British companies, both of which are individually achieving worldwide success, working together to deliver world class visual monitoring solutions for the benefit of our mutual customers,” said David Saldanha, Managing Director of Wavesight. “Wavesight can provide wireless transmission of images from any type of camera and so the fact that Wavestore’s ONVIF Profile S Conformant VMS is open platform, offers a major advantage. This means that when Wavesight and Wavestore are specified for the same projects, we do not have any concerns about whether Wavestore can support a camera from any particular manufacturer, regardless of whether it incorporates analogue, IP, megapixel, HD, HDcctv or 360 degree cameras technology.” Wavestore’s open platform philosophy enables it to integrate and work closely with camera manufacturers and other third party technology partners to offer a comprehensive security solution which can include video analytics, face recognition, access control, command & control, PSIM, motion detection, license plate recognition, abandoned object and intruder detection, people counting, perimeter security detection and traffic monitoring systems. “Our ability to cooperate with successful and respected technology partners is as a direct result of our long established open platform design, which has been enhanced by the recent introduction of WaveSTAR,” said Chris Williams, Director of Wavestore. “This feature offers a fast multi-purpose translation capability to facilitate the rapid integration of any third party protocols and has already fulfilled applications in the retail, energy, and homeland security and education sectors.”
Pro-Vision will provide and support the full range of IP Network based video surveillance solutions offered by Wavestore Pro-Vision Distribution Limited – the distributor of branded CCTV and access control equipment has recently signed an agreement to supply and support the Wavestore hardware and software range. Under the agreement Pro-Vision Distribution will provide and support the full range of IP Network based video surveillance solutions offered by Wavestore. Products will include the Linux based ONVIF network video recorders operating the open platform video management software (VMS). Internal Sales Manager of Pro-Vision Distribution – Simon Davies told us, “We are pleased to add the Wavestore range to our expanding network solutions product portfolio. Their products have gained a reputation for quality and reliability – it’s ideal to be in a position to offer the Wavestore range to our UK installer customers.” Chris Williams – Director at Wavestore added, “Pro-Vision are established distributors who have a wealth of industry knowledge across their organisation with a reputation for communicating product knowledge and providing support. We are pleased that Pro-Vision will be offering our ONVIF Profile S Conformant products which are able to work in harmony with an extensive range of third party products and technologies to provide integrated solutions to the UK installer.” Pro-Vision is a CCTV, access control and public address equipment distributor. Supplying the trade with branded equipment and associated security products. They are authorised distributors for AMG, Bosch, Dallmeier, Dedicated Micros, Dennard, D-Link, Exacq, Fujinon, JVC, LG, LiLin, Mirasys, Panasonic, Pelco, Pentax, Redvision, Samsung, Silvernet, Veracity, Xtralis, BPT, Nortech, PAC, Siemens and many other major manufacturers.
Wavestore will demonstrate how its open platform VMS can work in harmony with other solution providers Wavestore’s ongoing commitment to work closely with third party security solution providers will be highlighted at IFSEC International 2014. IP and 360 degree cameras, as well as software from a large number of technology partners, will be installed on stand D1350 in order to demonstrate how Wavestore’s open platform video management software (VMS) can work in harmony with other solution providers to offer a seamless integrated security solution. Axis, Ampleye, Canon, Datasat, Dahua, Herta, icomply, MOBOTIX, MORIS, Oncam, RIVA and Samsung Techwin are among the many manufacturers whose video surveillance cameras or software will be on the Wavestore stand. Wavestore have also been invited to demonstrate its highly acclaimed VMS on the Axis, Canon and Dahua stands. “Our ability to cooperate with these highly successful and respected technology partners is a direct result of our long established open platform philosophy," said Chris Williams, Director of Wavestore. “Our ONVIF Profile S Conformant open platform VMS, which is recognised worldwide for its ease of use, flexibility and scalability, is able to integrate with virtually any third party technology or system to deliver, a total security solution, regardless of the size or complexity of the project.” “Wavestore’s open design has been enhanced by the recent introduction of WaveSTAR, a feature which impressively offers a fast multi-purpose translation capability to facilitate the rapid integration of any third party’s protocols. This has already fulfilled applications in the retail, energy, homeland security and education sectors.” In the region, 45,000 visitors are expected to visit IFSEC International 2014 which has been at the heart of the security market for more than 40 years. This year, for the first time, it will take place at ExCeL London on 17-19 June.
The agreement allows Norbain to add Wavestore’s ONVIF Profile S Conformant NVRs to its IP network based product portfolio Wavestore has signed an agreement with Norbain which designates that Norbain will distribute its hardware based solutions throughout the EMEA region. Andy Cassidy, CCTV Business Manager at Norbain said: “We are very pleased to have the opportunity to add Wavestore’s Linux based ONVIF Profile S Conformant network video recorders to our IP network based product portfolio. They all incorporate Wavestore’s highly acclaimed open platform VMS software and we are confident that our customers throughout the EMEA region will be impressed by their extensive list of innovative features, as well as their reliability and ease of use.” Commenting on the agreement, Chris Williams, Director at Wavestore said: “We are delighted to have established this distribution partnership agreement with Norbain which will help raise the profile of our video recording and management solutions throughout the EMEA region. Norbain share our passion for providing customers with the highest levels of pre and post-sales support and they also appreciate the value of our open platform philosophy which can provide installers and systems integrators with the opportunity to work with third party hardware and software providers, to deliver customers a seamlessly integrated solution.”
The partnership will allow users to control, view and record images captured by Grundig’s IP cameras via Wavestore’s VMS Wavestore has announced that its VMS (Video Management Software) is now able to support the Grundig video surveillance camera range. Following the establishment of a technology partnership, the Wavestore and Grundig technical teams have successfully worked closely together to achieve a high level of integration to allow users, via Wavestore’s video recording and management software, to control, view and record images captured by Grundig’s IP cameras. “Wavestore’s VMS and Grundig high quality cameras are increasingly being specified for video surveillance projects throughout Europe. The timing could not therefore be better in terms of the two companies working to enable our mutual business partners, consultants, installers and systems integrators to design and implement a truly integrated IP network based video surveillance solution,” said Chris Williams, Director of Wavestore. One of the major features of the ONVIF Profile S Conformant Wavestore VMS is that it is able to utilise Pull Point notifications to interact with the Grundig cameras’ VMD and alarm features. In addition the Wavestore VMS can simultaneously record images captured by combinations of analogue and IP network cameras and this provides users with the option to deploy Grundig’s latest generation of IP cameras alongside legacy Grundig’s analogue cameras when they are considering an upgrade of an existing system.
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