Arteco Global continues on its success and expansion plans in South America. The globally renowned company in the production of Video Management Software and known for its ability to customise its offerings has announced opening a new office in Argentina for business development in Latin America, while continues to consider the region as an area of great expansion. After Mexico, with the operational office that also deals with Peru, Colombia and Chile, Arteco focuses on a market that has been growing constantly since 2011, with an annual average of +10%. Latin America expansion Andres specialised as a Business Intelligence/Data Analysis consultant Andres Quevedo has been named Business Developer of the Argentine office. He is also Systems Engineer from the National Technological University (UTN) of Argentina. He has served as professor of Artificial Intelligence at UCEMA. Andres started his career as a programmer and then specialised as a Business Intelligence/Data Analysis consultant, developing activities in Argentina and the United States. In this sphere, he concentrated on developing the business for IT companies specialised in vertical markets such as oil and gas, transportation, telecommunications, government, industry, among others. Video management systems, video analytics firm For the past 15 years, his business has focused on the world of electronic security, developing companies throughout the Latin American region, specialising in video management systems, video analytics, and comprehensive security systems. "Arteco is a new and interesting challenge. In Argentina, we will work to put Arteco on the list of the biggest names in security," said Quevedo, adding "Arteco is a team that is achieving excellent results throughout the world. Even in Latin America, Together with my colleagues from Mexico, we are confident that we can achieve important objectives.” Giampaolo Sabbatani, CEO of Arteco Global, states "Argentina is for us a new outpost in the vast South American market, which is highly articulated, but also very promising. In Argentina, the growth of the security market has been constant in recent years and Italy is among the countries that have a privileged channel for exports also in our industrial sector. The challenge is great, but we accept it."
At ISC West 2020 Arteco is launching Arteco VCA, the video analytics set that involves the digitalisation of video footage and the employment of sophisticated algorithms to classify object types and identify behaviour in real time, providing alerts and events to its users. Video analytics allows cameras to be used in a wide range of markets providing a great return on investment, with applications such as: perimeter detection, vehicle classification, crowd control, abandoned object and parking management to name just a few. Accurate false alarm minimisation Arteco VCA has a whole set of algorithms that make it an incredible solution The Arteco Video Content Analytics solution was designed to be easily set up and immediately employed by companies and users. Following Arteco’s motto ‘Security at First Sight’, security professionals can rely on a more effective detection procedure due to a made-to-measure approach that gives them the chance to apply multiple logical rules to create unique scenario for a single camera view and video streaming. As a consequence, the user can count on an accurate false alarm minimisation and a feeling of extreme control over the scene. Arteco VCA has a whole set of algorithms that make it an incredible solution for an extremely wide range of applications. This is the list of the applicable filters, and much more is about to come: Intrusion detection Loitering Counting Object Classification Deep Learning Filter Speed Filter Appear & Disappear Filter Stopping Object Filter Dwell Filter Enter & Exit Filter Direction Wrong direction Tail Gating Abandoned Object Tamper Detection Simplifying the forensic research Arteco VCA allows the classification of static and moving objects on the basis of size and speed. In addition to the distinction between cars and larger vehicles, individuals and moving groups can be distinguished. The detection of moving subjects generates metadata that appears in real time in the video streaming and allows user to simplify the forensic research: Data and time Channel Type and name of the event Bounding box Classification, speed and size of the object Classification and reliability of Deep Learning Object colour Providing specific and powerful algorithms Arteco’s mission is making the companies’ life easy when it comes to security" “Arteco’s mission is making the companies’ life easy when it comes to security. We developed Arteco VCA to be applicable to a wide range of markets, since it provides specific and powerful algorithms that make the security job the most accurate possible.” Said Giampaolo Sabbatani, CEO of Arteco. “And that is not all: we keep on working for interoperability, focusing on integrations, because we know the importance of approaching the customers with customised offers that meet their specific needs of security”. There are several methods to design a security system using Arteco. In the past they had to have a server on each site that linked back to the control room or client PC’s. With the drive of Asian manufactures to reduce the price of surveillance equipment, the company found that clients, convinced by such offering, had to find out that they do not have the full flexibility of being hardware agnostic. Unlimited freedom and flexibility As a consequence, they have been requesting that Arteco developed a solution to integrate with the existing equipment. The company is pleased to say that they have such solution! Now a client can use the lower cost hardware, but still have the ability to use a solution such as Arteco NEXT which now gives them almost unlimited freedom and flexibility. The events can be generated either by the NVR/DVR itself or may be generated on the edge by the camera itself This is the most common scenario: The HikVision and/or Dahua DVR/NVR can be deployed on the remote site and communicate with a local and/or remote control-room. The events can be generated either by the NVR/DVR itself or may be generated on the edge by the camera itself. The control room may be on the local LAN or situated remotely. Events and/or live video will be received in the control room by the operators. Normal IP camera channels Employing the RTSP steam, two paths can be taken: In the state of good internet connection speed, Arteco Next interface can centralise and receive 24/7 video and provide a redundant storage as if the video stream was provided by normal IP camera In state of low internet connection speed, Arteco Next interface can centralise and receive only events in the form of a snapshot from NVR/DVR devices on the field, and finally access to recorded video on the NVR/DVR.
Arteco keeps pursuing its global expansion strategy and, after the USA, South Africa and Mexico, is now aiming for the Southeast Asia and Pacific region by signing a representation agreement with YEM International for the management of the export activities in the Asia Pacific Area. Arteco expands to Southeast Asia region The big economic powers are pushing this growth of the sector with infrastructural projects “It is a wise and far-sighted choice”, affirms Giampaolo Sabbatani, CEO of Arteco Global. “Let’s look at the recent records of the APAC area: in 2018, security market in that region registered revenue of $26.3 billion in 2018, and is expected to register a CAGR of 14.3% during 2019-2024, when it is expected to hit $57.9 billion”. The big economic powers are pushing this growth of the sector with infrastructural projects (India alone is going to build 100 airports) and a strong focus on the development of smart cities. Video management solutions expert “The future is bright, despite the strong competition we will have to face” underlines Mario Ali, Regional Sales Director for Critical Infrastructure Protection & Video Analytics of YEM, that from the branch in Singapore will deal with Arteco export in the region. “We all know the giants of the industry, but VMS is the widest battle field, where quality makes the difference”. Despite the biggest competitors of the western tech companies are exactly from the APAC area, the extensive Asian markets have room for companies that can leverage their quality to create fruitful business opportunities. For this reason, Arteco chose YEM International, the company guided by Franco Pesci, to make a further step on the path of the international expansion.
Arteco Global starts a new chapter. The company – producer of Video Management Software and universally renown for its highly customisable offer – is now opening its first Latin American branch in Mexico and moves its borders to a constantly expanding market. After the exceptional growth in North America, with operation all over the US territory, Arteco is now aiming at strengthening its position in the second security market of the American continent – the first in Latin America. Juan Manuel Vélez has been appointed as Sales Manager. Achieved significant results Security professional for 10 years now, Vélez gained a deep knowledge of the dynamic of the Lat American market working in more than 12 countries in the area and developing large scale projects that range from critical infrastructure (International Airport of Mexico City) to retail (network of stores of the brand REPLAY in Peru). “Arteco is a company with great strong points: it stands out of the crowd of competitors for the endless possibilities of integrations and customised approach to customer care and commercial offers,” Affirmed Vélez. “I am happy to be part of a team that already achieved significant results and to help them grow in Latin America.” “The commitment to increase our penetration in that specific geographical context is strategic. As we did in South Africa, we decided to bet on promising areas where our skills can emerge and lead the market. Our project of expansion is not finished yet. There will be further news,” added Giampaolo Sabbatani, CEO of Arteco Global.
Arteco, a global provider of intelligent video management solutions, will showcase its integrated and event-based solutions and introduce its newest consumer-based user interface at ISC West 2019, the security industry’s largest conference and exhibition. ISC West marks the first time, customers and partners can preview Arteco’s new intuitive UI, OMNIA. The interface is developed specifically for Universal Windows Platform and enables a complete integration in Windows 10 and future releases, streamlining expansion and upgrade capabilities for end users. Available on desktop and tablet mediums, OMNIA delivers real-time push notifications and system health monitoring to maximise uptime, and its user-centric design facilitates fast and simplified access to information. Graphic acceleration and multi-monitor displays empower operators to easily manage views from high-resolution cameras and minimise video monitoring complexity. Arteco Security Connector Arteco will also highlight its focus on the integration of its VMS with seed-to-sale platforms within the cannabis marketArteco will also demonstrate its continued and significant focus on integration and event intelligence through the display of Arteco Security Connector, which extends integration capabilities between third-party devices. The award-winning Face Recognition solution will be showcased as well, enabling conference attendees to gain greater insight into the built-in analytic capabilities within the Arteco video management software. “Arteco believes in the combined power of three core functions essential for valuable software solutions: intuitiveness, intelligence and integration,” said Giampaolo Sabbatani, CEO, Arteco. “These capabilities differentiate our brand within the marketplace and allow us to provide organisations in a variety of markets with the innovative tools they need to achieve effective security and maintain efficient business operations.” Integration of VMS with seed-to-sale platforms Arteco will also highlight its focus on the integration of its VMS with seed-to-sale platforms within the cannabis market to create a comprehensive grow house management solution. The open platform architecture of the Arteco VMS allows cannabis facilities to establish video compliance and identify the most relevant information at any given time, transforming video security from a cost centre to an operational tool that gives cannabis facility managers more oversight and control.
Arteco, global provider of video event management solutions, has completed its integration with Paxton’s networked access control system, Net2. The combination of these two leading solutions enables users to gain additional levels of intelligence from their security infrastructure. Arteco VEMS integration with Paxton’s Net2 By integrating the Arteco Video Event Management Systems (VEMS) with Paxton’s access control platform through Arteco Open Connector, users can combine video and access control events to gain new insights into potential risks or incidents. Paxton’s Net2 range devices are manageable within Arteco NEXT VEMS, enabling enables operators to control Paxton’s access control systems in combination with video surveillance cameras, intrusion systems, video analytics and other integrated devices, from one centralised interface. Paxton’s Net2 range devices are manageable within Arteco NEXT VEMS With over 30 years’ experience, Paxton creates simple, yet intelligent and innovative products with simplicity designed in, ensuring they are straightforward to install, use and maintain. The security system offers centralised administration and control of sites ranging from one to hundreds of doors, and thousands of users. Integrated security platform “The ability to mirror events within the Arteco platform allows joint customers to streamline operations, reduce training costs and ensure productivity,” said Gareth O’Hara, Paxton’s Chief Sales Officer. “At Paxton, we put our core values of simplicity and quality at the heart of everything we do, to answer the needs of the security market. Arteco is an ideal partner because of its open-platform video technologies and its focus on ensuring customers have access to advanced intelligence via an integrated security platform.” Access control events, such as a door forced open, can be configured to generate an alarm with the Arteco VEMS Access control events, such as a door forced open, can be configured to generate an alarm with the Arteco VEMS, allowing operators to focus on the most critical and important information at any given time. Access control and video surveillance integration “The integration of access control and video surveillance is of critical importance to a wide range of organisations and therefore, we are focused on developing close partnerships with today’s most innovative access control providers,” said Giampaolo Sabbatani, CEO, Arteco. “Our integration with Paxton allows us to provide customers with the ability to combine multiple data points into a single management platform to increase safety, security and intelligence.”
Arteco, a global provider of event-driven intelligent video management solutions, announced that it has expanded its long-standing partnership with Hanwha Techwin to enable comprehensive management of the entire range of Wisenet devices and embedded analytics applications within Arteco NEXT Video Event Management Software (VEMS). Through this integration, Hanwha Techwin’s Wisenet devices are now fully supported in terms of video management, events and features including 4K Ultra HD video streaming and recording, and video analytics applications. The integration was completed with Arteco Open Connector, which consolidates events from third-party devices and presents them within the Arteco VEMS interface. Users of both technologies gain access to a customisable platform that enables them to design security systems with a variety of features and intelligence, granting significant benefits in terms of situational awareness and security while facilitating and reducing the operator’s tasks. The Wisenet III and Wisenet X camera series are also fully supported by Arteco Analytics Extreme Strengthening security measures “With Arteco’s support of our comprehensive suite of analytic offerings, customers can get access to more powerful sets of data to ensure strengthened security measures,” said Paul Kong, Technical Director, Hanwha Techwin America. “This partnership allows customers to meet a wide variety of customer and market requirements, including safe cities, critical infrastructure, education, logistics and retail.” The Wisenet III and Wisenet X camera series are also fully supported by Arteco Analytics Extreme. “Our long-term partnership strengthens our joint commitment to delivering advanced analytic functionality and expanding intelligent offerings to our customers across the globe,” said Giampaolo Sabbatani, CEO, Arteco.
Arteco, a global provider of video event management solutions, has announced a wide range of intelligent solutions and integrations that propel the advanced capabilities of tomorrow’s security operations centre (SOC). Video surveillance data is more in-demand than ever as organisations across the globe find new ways to leverage video information. Gaining rapid access to the most relevant video data when needed is critical to empowering quick response and informed business decisions. At this year's ISC West conference in Las Vegas, Nevada, Arteco will showcase its expanded portfolio of intelligent capabilities, designed to ensure the security and business information that organisations seek is available at their fingertips. Organisations can use the speed, reliability and accuracy of Arteco Face Recognition (AFR) to enhance data capture and awareness Artificial Intelligence Organisations can use the speed, reliability and accuracy of Arteco Face Recognition (AFR) to enhance data capture and awareness. AFR can use images and video evidence of varying quality and standards to provide real-time and forensic surveillance solutions. The company’s license plate recognition (LPR) solution allows organisations to use standard IP cameras instead of dedicated LPR cameras. Identifying critical video is streamlined with detailed layouts and maps, as well as metadata of the plate in each event. The AFR and LPR platforms are made powerful through deep learning and 3D technology The AFR and LPR platforms are made powerful through deep learning and 3D technology. AFR can manage millions of templates and databases, making it scalable enough to fit a wide range of analytic requirements. Both applications expand the capabilities of SOC operators, empowering them to make quick, effective decisions based on the most relevant information at any given time. Integrations with leading analytic solutions Arteco recently completed certification and testing of the integration of Hanwha Techwin on-board video and audio analytics, and Axis Communications analytics, including its guard suite and loss prevention suite. Both integrations also support behavioural analytics, line crossing, image enhancement, and motion and face detection analytics. Arteco Videowall delivers a rich experience by combining data, integrated third-party systems and event notifications, into a single visual interface Detailed analysis and viewing Designed for modern SOCs, Arteco Videowall delivers a rich experience by combining data, including videos, maps, peripherals, Web pages, integrated third-party systems and event notifications, into a single visual interface. Other specialised content, such as real-time news feeds, weather monitoring, system status information and operator protocols, can be easily shared with others, facilitating joint and immediate action. Completely scalable, Videowall supports a wide variety of operations and emergency centers, from single-operator stations to critical, enterprise-level facilities. The solution can also be leveraged across multiple sites in different locations, such as a local emergency operations center or a law enforcement organisation. The newest Arteco mobile app delivers instant access to all functions within the Arteco video event management platform Enhanced mobility The newest Arteco mobile app delivers instant access to all functions within the Arteco video event management platform and provides immediate notification of customised alerts and alarms. Users can manage cameras remotely and view video on their smart devices to ensure situations are addressed in real time. Fully customisable, the Arteco app enhances the ability to view the events that are most critical to an organisation because it allows users to analyse the most important images, video and security data at any given time and from anywhere. “As the market continues to evolve and the demand for video data grows, we have refocused our efforts on helping our customers gain access to artificial intelligence-based video solutions that enhance safety and increase intelligence,” said Giampaolo Sabbatani, CEO, Arteco. “Tomorrow’s business and security solutions will be driven by data gained from captured video footage and we have ensured our platforms support the widest range of analytic applications possible.”
Arteco, a global provider of event-driven intelligent video management solutions, announced the availability of its redesigned and intuitive Arteco mobile application. The mobile app, which is designed to increase mobility and enhance the user experience, is available for download on the Apple App Store and Google Play. Designed for iOS and Android devices, the Arteco app delivers instant access to key functions of the Arteco Video Event Management Software (VEMS) platform and enables users to received alerts and alarms on-the-go. Users can view video on their smart devices to ensure situations are addressed in real time. Fully customisable, the Arteco app enhances the ability to view the events that are most critical to an organisation because it allows users to analyse the most important images, video and security data at any given time and from anywhere. Revamped solutions The newly revamped solution also includes push notifications, PTZ controls, customisable layouts and the ability to share video or images through third-party applications including WhatsApp, Twitter and Facebook Messenger. The application works through WiFi, 3G and 4G connections, meaning users will always stay connected and never miss an update. “The enhanced Arteco app delivers the opportunity to manage events and video monitoring applications in the field,” said Giampaolo Sabbatani, CEO, Arteco. “Users can increase productivity, streamline response and reduce downtime with rapid access to VEMS data. This application is an important part of our vision to enhance awareness for our global customer base while increasing options for modern-day success with our technologies.”
Arteco, a provider of event-driven intelligent video management solutions, has announced the availability of the Arteco Videowall, which enhances situational awareness and improves multi-agency collaboration, resulting in stronger decision-making and more informed response. Specialised features Arteco Videowall delivers a rich experience by combining data, including videos, maps, peripherals, Web pages, integrated third-party systems and event notifications, into a single visual interface. Other specialised content, such as real-time news feeds, weather monitoring, system status information and operator protocols, can be easily shared with others, facilitating joint and immediate action. Completely scalable, Videowall supports a wide variety of Security Operation Centers, from single-operator stations to critical, enterprise level facilities. The solution can also be leveraged across multiple sites in different locations, such as a local emergency operations centre and a law enforcement organisation. Arteco software family Arteco Videowall is a feature of the Arteco NEXT and Arteco Extreme software, and is an option for Arteco eMotion and Arteco Active. The solution does not require specific hardware and monitors, granting users unlimited flexibility. “Arteco Videowall gives security officials total control by facilitating seamless sharing of critical data and optimising the decision-making process,” said Giampaolo Sabbatani, CEO, Arteco. “These components are crucial to meet the most complex security needs and streamline operations, ultimately meeting our goal of highlighting relevant events and enhancing overall security for organisations.”
Arteco, a provider of event-driven intelligent video management solutions, has added intelligent face recognition capabilities to its suite of video event management solutions to allow organisations to gain more intelligent data from investments in video surveillance platforms. AFR application Arteco Face Recognition (AFR) delivers rapid, accurate and scalable face recognition capabilities to meet evolving security and safety needs. Its powerful algorithms address common challenges in analytics, such as lighting, pose, occlusions, motion, crowds and expression. Designed to be easily deployed and managed, AFR’s accuracy and reliability empowers video surveillance deployments across the globe including: Retail uses including identification of known shoplifters, pre-empting organised crime events, point-of-sale and exception monitoring, marketing strategy analysis, flow analysis and demographic of customers. Campus security efforts, including traffic flow analysis, loitering and demographic make-up of students and personnel. Critical infrastructure use cases include proactive crime monitoring, identifying undocumented individuals and intrusion detection Logistics and supply chain organisations can leverage the application to identify crime events, identify suspected criminals and monitor for intrusion in remote locations. Smart city use cases include terrorist watch list matching, crowd monitoring, traffic flow analysis and more. Relevant data from video security Fully integrated into the Arteco NEXT video event management solution, AFR evaluates video from multiple video streams and supports today’s most prevelant video formats. Leveraging deep learning and 3D technology, AFR can manage millions of templates, making it scalable to fit a wide range of analytic requirements. Additionally, it is simple to manage and administer. “Arteco is dedicated to helping organisations gain the most relevant data from their video security and business systems,” said Giampaolo Sabbatani, Chief Executive Officer, Arteco. “By adding face recognition to our already rich suite of video event management solutions, we are adding capabilities that help our customers address today’s security needs while preparing for the future’s advanced deep learning trends.”
Arteco, a global provider of event-driven intelligent video management solutions, announced that its Video Event Management and Video Intelligence Solutions are now compatible with the new Hanwha Techwin Wisenet 5 chipset. Arteco's intelligent solutions, including license plate recognition and other edge-based retail and security analytics, deliver advanced capabilities to Hanwha customers. Through the combination of these leading technologies, organidations can gain new levels of insight through the automation of video monitoring processes to strengthen security, enhance loss and fraud reduction, optimise operations and boost awareness. Arteco LPR Application Combining the powerful OCR algorithm with Hanwha’s latest technology, the new Arteco LPR Application allows detection of license plates at speeds of up to 80 mph. The edge-based software can also be configured to send event notifications to the Arteco NEXT VEMS as well as to third-party applications. It can also host a license plate list, allowing the camera to become a standalone device to manage devices such as barriers or gates, giving access only to authorized vehicles. The powerful Wisenet 5 technology, which drives the Wisenet series X camera line, includes advanced features, enables faster processing and delivers extreme performance to a wide range of video surveillance applications. The Wisenet 5 chipset is set apart from previous generations by its Wide Dynamic Range (WDR) decibel level and H.265 data compression capabilities. Most cameras today only offer a maximum of 120dB, but Hanwha's new 2-megapixel camera models will offer a 150dB. Advanced analytic functionality “We have partnered for integration with Arteco for many years,” said Ray Cooke, VP of Business Development, North America, Hanwha Techwin America. “Now, with Aretco’s support of our Wisenet 5 technology, customers can leverage analytics for both indoor and outdoor environments, like retailers and utilities, and gain insight on their operations, safety and security.” “Hanwha delivers a strong combination of camera quality and value in the industry today and our continued partnership strengthens our joint commitment to delivering affordable, advanced analytic functionality to our global customer base,” said Giampaolo Sabbatani, CEO, Arteco.
Arteco, a provider of video event management solutions, announces the integration of its flagship video event management software platform with 2N Helios IP Intercoms. Arteco - 2N integration Arteco Video Event Management Software (VEMS) is now integrated with the 2N Helios platform. Events are presented within the Arteco VEMS interface, allowing customers to gain greater insight to make more informed decisions regarding their security postures. Operators can manage door alerts and triggers, and ring input alerts in a simplified and intuitive manner. Bi-directional audio is available with Arteco Active and Extreme VEMS platforms. 2N Helios IP intercoms are designed to meet a wide variety of access control and communication requirements and are configurable to provide flexibility to various market applications. Customers can easily interface with other technologies, like the Arteco VEMS, to achieve high levels of security and streamline communication. Unified platform “We’re excited to offer our customers the benefits of this unified video, access control and communication platform,” Oldrich Stejskal, CEO and Chairman of the Board, 2N. “The integration of access control and video surveillance is in demand across a wide variety of markets and we look to partner with video providers like Arteco that can allow our customers to gain new levels of insight into their overall operations.” “2N delivers an excellent portfolio of intercom solutions that will allow our customers to benefit from the flexibility of more access control options,” said Giampaolo Sabbatini, CEO, Arteco. “Our focus on building our portfolio of integrated solutions across access control and other market segments demonstrates our commitment to bringing strong and valuable solutions to the market.”
The agreement will make Canon’s entire range of network security cameras available to Arteco’s customers Canon Europe, world leader in imaging solutions, is pleased to announce a new partnership with Arteco, a pioneer in Video Event Management Software (VEMS) for the security industry. The agreement, announced at Security Essen, will provide a powerful VMS offering and make Canon’s entire range of high-quality network security cameras available to Arteco’s customers. The leading VEMS provider required a hardware partner that was easily adaptable and complemented the flexibility of its features to provide security solutions for all business sizes; from small businesses, to enterprise security operations. Arteco selected Canon as a partner due to its reputation within the security industry and the strength and ergonomics of its network camera product line. Arteco’s security package will be enhanced by integrating with Canon’s full portfolio, offering superior image resolution, even in areas of low light, and a wide field of vision. The collaboration will extend Canon’s reach into a wider market and provide customers with an ideal package to suit their surveillance needs across a number of key verticals including business parks, schools, hospitals, regional utilities, manufacturing, warehousing and hotels. Arteco’s VEMS simplifies the third-party integration process and is compatible with a wide range of input and output devices, meaning the security system can be extended to incorporate monitoring of a range of actions, such as opening gates and closing doors. A streamlined user interface will also help users to clearly monitor and identify critical and key events, such as trespassing and perimeter protection. Giampaolo Sabbatani, CEO of Arteco, comments: “We are extremely thrilled with the opportunity of partnering with Canon Europe by integrating their high quality cameras with our competitive, cutting-edge VEMS, Arteco Logic NEXT. The quality of Canon’s IP camera offering, its worldwide distribution, combined with its professional salesforce and consolidated reputation, make the company an ideal partner for our strategic offering to clients and partners alike around the world.” Julian Rutland, Planning and Strategy Director, Canon Europe, says, “Working with key partners to provide tailored security solutions and adapting them to meet the needs of our customers is central to our strategy. We are extremely pleased to announce our partnership with Arteco which will see us combine a simple, flexible and cost effective security option, offering a complete package for advanced video event management.” Canon uses its 70 years’ experience as a high quality lens manufacturer to develop network cameras which deliver exceptional image quality and capture best in class images in all light conditions. Canon’s range of network security cameras are simple to install and are supported by an extensive warranty programme. Canon showcased its high quality advanced network cameras at Security Essen 2014, Hall 2.0 Stand 330 (23-26 September).