Zetron’s VMS has the ability to handle as few as 20 cameras and as many as 2,000 Zetron, a leading provider of mission-critical communications solutions worldwide, announced that it is adding the AVfusion networked audio-and-video recording system and Aiphone’s IX Series audio-video intercom systems to its suite of Video Surveillance and Security offerings. Zetron will be demonstrating these solutions at the International Wireless Communications Expo (IWCE) being held March 21-25, 2016, at the Las Vegas Convention Center in Las Vegas, Nevada. The demos will allow attendees to see firsthand how these systems simplify the gathering, organisation, and use of important audio/video information and improve facility security and safety. Zetron AVfusion recording system AVfusion is a self-contained, networked, audio-and-video recording system that Zetron is demonstrating at IWCE for the first time this year. Easy to install and configure, AVfusion is the perfect solution for interrogation rooms and situations where conversations may be used as evidence. It is also an effective tool for capturing important conversations in a variety of other environments, such as public-safety agencies, healthcare and HR organisations, and education and training settings. One of its most powerful features is its ability to “stitch” audio and video together so they remain synchronised no matter how many times the video is viewed or played back. It also digitally watermarks recordings to ensure their authenticity. Video management software solution Aiphone’s IX Series audio-video intercom systems are network-based communication and security systems that support video entry security, internal communication, emergency stations, and paging. All units and apps in the systems can unlock doors remotely over a network, assist onsite visitors from an offsite location, and broadcast emergency announcements. Zetron’s Video Management Software (VMS) solution will also be on display at IWCE. The video feeds VMS brings into the control room add important information about critical situations. Video Management Software is available with a range of compatible cameras and network video recorders that are suitable for a variety of types of customers and applications. Able to handle as few as 20 cameras and as many as 2,000, VMS is easy to use and keeps information organised. Options include integrated access control, a mapping feature, and the ability to access information from tablets or phones. “Zetron is embracing audio-video solutions and making them available to customers because of the vast benefits they offer and the richness of the intelligence they can provide,” said Kathy Broadwell, Zetron’s V.P. and General Manager of Video Security and Security Solutions. “We see them as critical components of the control room of the future.”
The demonstrations will show consolidation and management of multiple data sources for enhanced operations Zetron, a provider of mission-critical communications and security systems worldwide, will be exhibiting at the American Society of Industrial Security (ASIS) international conference and trade show in Anaheim, CA, September 28–October 1, 2015. Zetron will be demonstrating at booth 2623 all the products and systems necessary to equip the entire communications and security control room. The demonstrations will show how the consolidation and management of multiple data sources can help enhance operations, improve decision making and response times, and enrich situational awareness. Zetron’s demonstrations will include: A complete video surveillance offering with advanced video-management software, IP cameras, network recorders, video analytics, and a variety of storage devices and accessories. Customisable radio dispatch solutions with more radio interfaces than any dispatch system on the market; able to scale from one operator position to hundreds. An emergency call-handling system based on NENA NG9-1-1 standards. Computer-aided dispatch (CAD) and mobile CAD systems. GIS mapping with AVL functionality. Audio-recording systems for all dispatch and radio traffic; includes playback, search, and long-term storage capabilities. An access-control system integrated into the video-management software; includes a badging function with door hardware, readers, key cards, and fobs. A sophisticated, integrated system that combines all the benefits of video management with alarms and data from a variety of other sources for centralised system management. “We’re excited to be exhibiting for the first time at ASIS International,” said Kathy Broadwell, Zetron V.P and G.M of Video Security and Security Solutions. “With over 35 of experience, Zetron is the ideal choice for anyone who’s looking for a single turnkey vendor they can trust to provide all the critical systems control-room environments require.” Zetron is a member of ASIS and the Security Industry Association (SIA).
The video management software part of Zetron’s video surveillance system utilises a new user interface Zetron, a leading provider of mission-critical communications solutions worldwide, announced the release of updated video-management software that is part of Zetron’s Video Surveillance System offering. The Video Surveillance System includes a variety of IP-cameras, recorders, video-storage devices, and an integrated access-control system with badging functionality, as well as the video-management software. Demonstrations of the Video Surveillance System with updated software will be given in Zetron’s booth at the Association of Public-Safety Communications Officials (APCO) Conference in Washington D.C., August 17-18, 2015. The new software release delivers a number of significant benefits. It utilises a new user interface that improves work flow and is easier to use. Additional capabilities and features include: The ability to automatically fit any number of cameras feeds within the viewing window with just the click of a button. Faster, easier navigation between various views, layouts and setups. A reporting function for the license-plate-reading application that makes it easier to keep track of vehicles. Improved “Save Snapshot” capability that allows images to be printed or emailed. Easy-to-use bookmarks that also facilitate easier retrieval of important video clips. Enhanced map functionality that allows for live viewing of video from within a map window. A feature allowing the set-up and saving of viewing layouts to include web pages and static images. Support for foreign languages including Spanish, French, Portuguese and Arabic. “Zetron has received an overwhelmingly positive response to the Video Surveillance System we announced earlier this year,” said Kathy Broadwell, Zetron’s V.P. and General Manager of Video Surveillance and Security Solutions. “We are pleased to be adding new capabilities to the solution’s video-management software so soon after our original announcement. The addition of foreign languages to this feature makes it ideal for locations outside the U.S. As an industry-leading provider of control-room solutions for 35 years, Zetron’s goal is to continue to improve and enhance our customers’ control-room experience with the industry’s best, most functional and informative video solutions.”
Zetron will be joining JVCKenwood in their booth 10073 at ISC West Zetron, a leading provider of mission-critical communications solutions worldwide, announced that it will be joining JVCKenwood in their booth 10073 at ISC West—the nation’s largest security-industry tradeshow. The event takes place at the Sands Expo Center, Las Vegas, NV, April 15-17, 2015. Zetron’s display will feature a powerful selection of products designed to equip the entire mission-critical control room and improve surveillance and security capabilities. Control-room solutions: Part of the JVCKenwood family, Zetron manufactures and delivers award-winning solutions that combine video surveillance and security, IP-based radio dispatch, emergency call handling, voice logging, IP fire station alerting, CAD, mapping, and automatic vehicle location (AVL) systems. Zetron’s control-room solutions have been implemented at major public-safety, utility, transportation, and education facilities in more than 100 countries. “Zetron is very pleased to be included in JVCKenwood’s booth at ISC West this year,” said Zetron V.P. of Product Management, Kathy Broadwell. “Our presence there will give customers an opportunity to not only see how our new video surveillance and security system improves situational awareness, but also how our products work together to enhance operational communication, coordination, and control. This translates to important improvements in safety and incident management and response.”
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