Veracity, a global designer and manufacturer of innovative IP transmission products, long-term surveillance storage and an advanced, modular integration platform for Command and Control Centers, is a key sponsor of the IAPSC Annual Conference and will be presenting to the attended delegates in San Diego, CA during the three-day event. Veracity will be promoting VIEWSCAPE, their comprehensive Command and Control system. Featuring an advanced, modular integration platform, VIEWSCAPE gives operators flexible and immediate control over complex surveillance and security functions. VIEWSCAPE includes visual information received from IP and deployable CCTV cameras combined with interactive maps and incident management. Its flexibility adapts to new requirements whilst minimising the challenges of integration with legacy systems.Live views may be mixed with playback and media streams such as broadcast news, online data streams, maps or other graphical displays TRINITY direct-to-storage architecture VIEWSCAPE is fully integrated with Veracity’s TRINITY direct-to-storage architecture and the award-winning, advanced COLDSTORE surveillance storage system. It also features a full video and media wall display option that can be reconfigured on-the-fly and in response to specific incidents or emergency situations. Live views may be mixed with playback and media streams such as broadcast news, online data streams, maps or other graphical displays. Cost-effective security solution “Our solution brings a new level of cost-effectiveness to the integrated Command and Control system market,” says Jack Meltzer, Director of A&E Programs at Veracity. “COLDSTORE has already established itself as the most reliable and cost effective long-term storage solution available, and the addition of VIEWSCAPE to our portfolio brings significant added-value for any project."Veracity’s innovative solutions will be presented to the attending conference delegates at the IAPSC Annual Conference IAPSC Annual Conference "The system can provide integration with access control, building management, intruder detection, VOIP intercom systems and video analytics including LPR and facial recognition” added Meltzer. “A number of native security functions can be added to the system in a modular, customisable way, such as guard tour, lone worker monitoring, dispatch, alarm monitoring and key management.” Veracity’s innovative solutions will be presented to the attending conference delegates at the IAPSC Annual Conference between the 29th April and the 1st May in the Kona Kai Resort in San Diego, California.
Veracity, a provider of innovative, intelligent solutions that solve real-world IP video challenges in transmission, storage and display, has completed its 12th year of continued growth. Continuing momentum includes over 30% increase in staff across a range of geographies, rapid expansion of a recent acquisition, new offices in the UK, India and the Middle East and new appointments to its leadership team as well as continuing, accelerated revenue growth. i-Comply acquisition In December Veracity acquired i-Comply Limited, a UK software provider of integrated command and control security solutions. Since then, Veracity has strengthened its operations including financial restructuring, the introduction of group processes and support procedures and further investment. The net effect is that i-Comply is profitable with a growing revenue stream and a continuously increasing opportunity pipeline. In 2017 i-Comply will double headcount as it prepares for expansion in the UK and international markets. New offices and hires Earlier this year, Veracity opened a new office in Dubai and appointed Dan England as its new General Manager for the Middle East and Africa region. Mr. England will work closely with regional distributors, and partners to promote Veracity solutions with major customers. Veracity also opened a new office in New Delhi, India which offers key access to customers and partners across the Asian markets. To support expansion and rising demand, Veracity has grown its staff levels by over 30% in 2017 Earlier this month Veracity appointed Jack Meltzer, a highly regarded executive with over 30 years’ experience to move forward its expanded partner programs. Based in North America with an international remit, Mr. Meltzer will work closely with architects, engineers and consultants to bring Veracity into the very earliest stages of major, mission critical projects. New channel partners To support this expansion and rising demand, Veracity has grown its staff levels by over 30% so far this year and is actively recruiting new channel partners across its international community of distributors and transacting partners. “The last 12 months has seen a major acceleration in our growth and our ongoing investment in business infrastructure and expertise, and this is a response to global demand for our innovative technology solutions,” says Alastair McLeod, Group CEO of Veracity, “We are finding particular interest from new markets such as the Gulf and India and export volumes to both of these regions have increased significantly with further growth expected over the next year.”
The program helps engineers and consultants develop expertise with DVTEL’s video surveillance technologies DVTEL, INC., the video surveillance solutions provider, recently announced that it has named Jack Meltzer as Senior Director, Global A&E Program. The program helps network architects, engineers and consultants to develop expertise with DVTEL’s intelligent, open video surveillance technologies and to specify projects that incorporate DVTEL solutions. Mr. Meltzer will focus on driving interest for DVTEL solutions and providing planning and support services to architects and engineers focused on the video surveillance market. In addition, He will contribute to the development of innovative solutions by identifying new product trends. Mr. Meltzer has more than 30 years of experience in the security industry. Prior to joining DVTEL, he managed the A&E programs at Axis Communications for five years. Before Axis, Mr. Meltzer developed and managed Lenel Systems’ global consultant support program for 10 years. Prior to Lenel, Mr. Meltzer was president of Wornall Electronics, which was acquired in 2005 by the security integrator Niscayah, Inc. (now part of Stanley Security Solutions). Mr. Meltzer has been a member of ASIS International since 1988. “Jack’s unique perspective and vast experience in the security industry underscore DVTEL’s commitment to provide superior resources and solutions to our partners and customers,” said Yoav Stern, President and CEO, DVTEL. “We recognise the importance of focusing resources on understanding the needs and challenges of the design community and are very glad that Jack has joined DVTEL.”
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