360 Vision Technology, a UK CCTV manufacturing company, has announced that with effect of 15th January 2020, Sales Director Ashley Knowles has retired from the company, and the Security Industry. “Ashley has been a founding director of the business since 2003, having previously worked at Video Controls Ltd, and has thoroughly enjoyed being part of the 360 Vision team,” says Mark Rees, 360 Vision’s Managing Director. “Over the years he has contributed to make the company the success it is today, and that contribution will continue to impact well into the future. Ashley originally started his working life in the Construction Industry, and he is now setting up a small property company, as well as a recruitment joint venture with his youngest son. I am sure that both will benefit enormously from Ashley’s business and commercial experience.” Tremendous team of people Ashley commented: “I have thoroughly enjoyed working with Phil Burton, Mark Rees and the entire 360 Vision Technology team over the past 18 years. They are a tremendous team of people and I wish them continued success in the future. It has been an absolute pleasure. Finally, I would like to thank 360 Vision’s customers that I have managed and created personal friendships with. I am sure they will continue to receive exceptional on-going service from the 360 Vision team, and that those partnerships will continue to prosper.” Whilst it is a sad day for 360 Vison, Ashley will leave with many friends within the organisation and whom no doubt he will continue to keep in touch with. 360 Vision Technology would like to wish Ashley every success and happiness in his new ventures.
360 Vision Technology, the UK CCTV manufacturing company, is delighted to announce that it has appointed Sara Fisher to the role of Business Development Director. Formerly Sales and Marketing director at AMG Systems, with full responsibility for driving sales and marketing activities, Sara’s new role will be geared to supporting end users, systems integrators and consultants in the ITS, local authority and Oil & Gas sectors in the UK and international regions. High-performance camera and lighting technologies “Having worked with Mark Rees and the team for a number of years, I am extremely excited to be taking on this new position at 360 Vision Technology,” says Sara. “I have admired 360 Vision’s innovative and high-performance camera and lighting technologies for some time, and can’t wait to start promoting another great British brand. Primarily my aim will be to increase 360 Vision Technology’s global presence across a number of key market sectors.” “Supporting the company’s continued growth plan, we welcome Sara as an excellent addition to the 360 Vison Technology team,” says Mark Rees, 360 Vision’s Managing Director. “Having worked with Sara in a Technology Partnership with her previous company, AMG Systems, it was clear that her experience and tenacity was aligned with our own company’s ethos and aspirations. Sara’s role is set to lead us into new sectors, as well as strengthen those we are already making inroads into. I am thrilled to have someone of Sara’s calibre and experience join the 360 Vision team.”
360 Vision Technology, globally renowned UK-based CCTV manufacturer, has announced that they will showcase their latest range of high-performance surveillance cameras on the Nukleas Integrated Security Solutions booth, Sheikh Saeed 2, G35, at Intersec 2020, 19-21 January, Dubai. ‘TX’ video transmission cameras For those looking for a reliable 3G/4G/LTE ‘wireless’ camera video solution, 360 Vision will be showing the ultimate performance Predator, Invictus and lightweight VR Dome PTZ wireless ‘TX’ video transmission cameras. Saving installers and end-users money on installation time, the TX Range needs no fixed infrastructure and provides 3G/4G/LTE wireless transmission in difficult environments. Suitable for rapid or temporary redeployable, or permanent deployment applications, 360 Vision’s TX technology delivers video & PTZ control from just 6 Kbps and Full 1080p HD edge recording, with remote retrieval on demand. Wireless video transmission systems Predator Radar scans 360 degrees once every second, to detect and track multiple objects simultaneously “Unlike traditional off-the-shelf wireless video transmission systems, the new 360 Vision TX Range has been specifically designed to suit low-bandwidth or unreliable network conditions, such as satellite or cellular networks,” says Mark Rees, Managing Director at 360 Vision. “IK10 certified, TX Range cameras include built-in cyber security, local point-to-point Wi-Fi access, and easy Plug & Play set-up, require no fixed infrastructure and can be easily integrated into any leading VMS control systems.” 360 Vision will also be showing their latest Predator Radar compact camera. Perfect for a wide range of electronic surveillance applications, Predator Radar scans 360 degrees once every second, to detect and track multiple objects simultaneously (with 400m coverage) - providing a highly effective surveillance camera solution for wide area security monitoring and intruder detection, such as within borders and compounds. Advanced SSL & 802.1 encryption protection Safeguarding against hacking and ransomware attacks, 360 Vision cameras feature advanced SSL & 802.1 encryption protection, and high-performance camera technology designed to deliver secure 24/7 video imaging, reliability and performance within any application. “We’re delighted to be at the show as part of Nukleas, the Integrated Security Solutions consortium that combines British industry excellence to support customers with complementary solutions designed to offer a refreshingly coordinated approach to all types of security projects,” Mark continues. Single integrated solution He further adds, “The Nukleas single integrated solution combines 360 Vision Technology’s robust camera surveillance solutions, along with the consortium members’ command and control systems, secure wireless transmission and networking, integrated communication hubs, incident management, perimeter intrusion detection, video analytics and safety solutions, all tailored and scalable for each unique project requirement.”
UK CCTV manufacturer, 360 Vision Technology, will be showing their latest range of high-performance surveillance cameras on the Nukleas Integrated Security Solutions stand (H51), at International Security Expo, Olympia, London, 3-4 December. Designed to provide a reliable solution even within difficult transmission environments, 360 Vision will be showing their ultimate performance Predator, Invictus and lightweight VR Dome PTZ wireless ‘TX’ video transmission cameras. The TX Range negates the need for fixed infrastructure, saving installers and end-users money on installation time. Video & PTZ control Particularly suitable for rapid or temporary redeployable, or permanent deployment applications, 360 Vision’s TX technology delivers video & PTZ control from just 6 Kbps and Full 1080p HD edge recording / remote retrieval on demand. “Unlike standard or off-the-shelf wireless video transmission systems, the new 360 Vision TX Range has been specifically designed to suit low bandwidth or unreliable network conditions, such as satellite or cellular networks,” says Mark Rees, Managing Director at 360 Vision. “Always On and ‘Rugged at the Roadside’ IK10 certified, TX Range cameras include built-in cyber security, local point-to-point Wi-Fi access, easy Plug & Play set-up, require no fixed infrastructure and can be easily integrated into existing VMS control systems.” Surveillance camera solution Also to be seen at the show is the latest 360 Vision Predator Radar camera Also to be seen at the show is the latest 360 Vision Predator Radar camera. Perfect for a wide range of electronic surveillance applications, Predator Radar scans 360 degrees once every second to detect and track multiple objects simultaneously (with 400m of coverage) - providing a highly effective surveillance camera solution for wide area security monitoring and intruder detection. Designed to protect against hacking and ransomware attacks, 360 Vision cameras showcased feature advanced SSL & 802.1 encryption protection, with high-performance camera technology designed to deliver secure 24/7 video imaging, reliability and performance within any application. Secure wireless transmission “The Nukleas Integrated Security Solutions consortium combines British industry excellence to provide complementary solutions for a coordinated approach on all types of security projects,” says Richard Freeman, Director of Nukleas. “This single integrated solution combines, command and control systems, robust camera surveillance solutions, secure wireless transmission and networking, integrated communication hubs, incident management, perimeter intrusion detection, mobile devices, live streaming of images, video analytics and multiple other security and safety solutions, scalable and tailored for each unique project requirement.”
Promoting the company’s ethos of establishing close working partnerships, CCTV design and manufacturing company, 360 Vision Technology, is celebrating a long-term technical relationship with IP CCTV and security system specialists, Check Your Security. Based in the east of England, with offices in London and Liverpool, Check Your Security offers a wide range of professional expertise and experience in delivering integrated security solutions, using best in class technology - and were the very first early-adopters of 360 Vision Technology’s Predator HD camera 10 years ago. With its founders from the IT industry, Check Your Security identified the need for professional IP services in the security industry, and today, focuses on providing highly-effective integrated digital IP security systems integration. Right from the beginning of their 360 Vision Technology relationship, Check Your Security’s management was keen to take advantage of the market leading technology 360 Vision offered. Carl Pace, Managing Director at Check Your Security explains: “To enable us to meet the current and long-term needs of our customers, we endeavour to develop partnerships with suppliers of market leading and innovative technologies.” Video Management System The close technical partnership between our companies has grown to provide many successful surveillance solutions" “Ten years ago, we wanted to secure a viable solution for one of our long term university customers, where comprehensive electronic surveillance was required on campus. Being a company with a hardware and software agnostic ethos, we turned to 360 Vision Technology and were presented with the opportunity to use the then brand-new Predator HD camera. "The camera’s superior performance meant that we could not only provide the very best imaging quality possible, but also provide on-board white light illumination capability, to add another level of safety and security for the university’s students. Due to 360 Vision Technology’s ability to listen well to our customer requirements and develop their products accordingly, we were able to assist them with on-site/real world development of the Predator product, whilst the 360 Vision Technology team integrated camera to a Milestone Video Management System (VMS) at the university. "During this time, we helped with many versions of the new camera, testing them at our head office and in the field. The close technical partnership between our two companies has grown to provide many successful surveillance solutions across a range of diverse applications, including hospitals, colleges, ports, corporate headquarters and critical national infrastructure sites.” Integrated surveillance solutions Our engineers are accredited across a wide range of products to ensure we provide reliable services"Mark Rees, Managing Director of 360 Vision Technology says: “As an acknowledged industry leader, 360 Vision is always looking to partner with like-minded electronic security companies, for the benefit of both partners and end-users. With our long-term technical relationship with Check Your Security, we are helping to ensure that end-users can enjoy a fully integrated, hassle-free security solution, and to promote ‘Best of British’ integrated surveillance solutions. "Check Your Security are a valued long-term 360 Vision Technology customer and technical partner. They’ve helped us to develop key technologies in our camera range, and apply their vast installation and application experience to assist our camera development fine-tuning.” Development and technical resource “We understand the value of knowledge and training within our team,” says Carl. “As such, all of our engineers are fully trained and accredited across a wide range of products - to ensure we provide our customers with high-quality and reliable service, with a 99% customer retention rate we believe we must be doing something right. This knowledge and experience has been a critical element in our mutually beneficial and professional relationships we with have with all of our customers." "360 Vision Technology’s in-depth development and technical resource is always available to us, with no technical issue ever too small to warrant their attention. 360 Vision’s assistance and advice is always on the other end of the phone, and I’m sure that our working partnership will continue to grow as we develop new projects together.”
360 Vision Technology’s Invictus ruggedised Hybrid PTZ cameras are being used to protect endangered nesting green sea turtles. The Invictus camera has been deployed as part of Security Centres International’s high-performance Mobile Advanced Safety Tower (MAST), rapid deployment camera solution, which is now installed on the Cayman Islands, British West Indies. Mobile Advanced Safety Tower The MAST unit was deployed after a funding campaign led by Caymanian, Michael Ridley, to install video surveillance at a key nesting beach at Sand Hole Road in Boatswains Bay. “Sand Hole Road is a critically important nesting beach for the female turtles, who crawl out onto the beaches to dig nests and lay eggs during the night,” Michael explains. We are all very confident that the data obtained from this project will prove invaluable " “Unfortunately, poaching poses a constant threat to the survival of the nesting sea turtles at many locations. In addition, economic development of the island has seen more beach front property being built and a subsequent squeeze on places available for the turtles to nest safely after migrating long distances between feeding grounds.” HD surveillance imaging He adds, “After analysing the Cayman Islands Department of Environment (DoE) detailed nesting data accumulated over 20 years, to identify the most vibrant turtle nesting grounds, I selected the beach to implement a pilot program to monitor nesting turtles and protect them from poaching activity. The beach site has been dubbed, ‘Turtle Beach’ and provides a perfect nesting ground for turtles due to its minimal property development, zero light pollution, and enough sand and vegetation to support the turtles’ nesting activity.” “The Invictus based MAST solution was perfect for the application at the beach,” says Stuart Bostock, Executive Group President at Security Centres International. “Featuring world-class HD surveillance imaging from the 360 Vision Invictus camera, leading-edge design, robust build, zero infrastructure requirements and seamless Video Management System (VMS) integration, MAST is the only product of its kind. It’s also 100% self-powered, using solar energy and a 100-hour back-up battery; a feature supported by the use of the low power requirements of the 360 Vision Invictus camera.” High-performance CCTV surveillance Monitored 24/7, images from the camera enable DoE and Royal Cayman Islands Police Service (RCIPS) officers to be alerted and dispatched when nesting turtles arrive at the beach, assisting the DoE to monitor the beach and provide the highest level of protection against poaching. “We are all very confident that the data obtained from this project will prove invaluable in assisting the DoE with their conservation efforts and assist them with their Island-wide monitoring efforts,” says Michael. “Sand Hole Road is a critically important nesting beach with poaching posing a constant threat to the survival of the sea turtles that nest there, so high-performance CCTV via the MAST solution was specified as the best way to protect them.” Night-time surveillance The MAST system was selected for deployment on the beach due to its excellent night-time surveillance capability The MAST system was selected for deployment on the beach due to its excellent night-time surveillance capability, operating without the need for any supporting local infrastructure. Plus, the MAST system is silent in operation, posing no environmental impact, and thanks to the 360 Vision IR LED illuminator equipped Invictus camera, the system can operate without a visible light source that may disturb, or draw unwanted attention to the turtles nesting site. Mark Rees, Managing Director at 360 Vision Technology added “The Invictus is a high-performance, ruggedised all-in-one PTZ camera with full 1080P HD and Predator ultra-low-light camera technology, making it the perfect choice for off-grid temporary/rapid deployment mobile surveillance rigs, such as MAST. Additionally, Invictus’ low-power consumption greatly assists the longevity of critical off-grid battery power when deployed in remote applications, extending MAST’s operational performance, and meaning fewer maintenance visits to the camera, with the benefit of less disturbance to the green sea turtles.” Video evidence gathering “The Invictus camera’s unparalleled mix of competitive cost and advanced functionality make it the perfect imaging component for the innovative MAST system, where it is now providing much needed surveillance protection and research video.” To date, the use of the MAST unit has proved a huge success in protecting the sea turtles from poachers and providing evidential video of the turtles’ feeding and nesting activity on the beach. Calculating population, nesting patterns and survival rates from the footage gained during this season, plans have already been made for additional protection measures and the extension of the MAST based surveillance program to other locations on the British West Indies island.
In a move to build upon their existing radar technical and sales support, 360 Vision Technology, renowned UK CCTV manufacturing company, is delighted to announce that it has appointed Mark Rainbow to the role of UK & Export Business Development Manager. Radar, video camera solutions Greatly experienced in the sales, engineering and specification of radar and video camera solutions across a wide range of applications, Mark begins his new role at 360 Vision Technology after 25 years with Ogier Electronics - where he established an industry reputation for his extensive knowledge of radar technology installations. Bringing this wealth of engineering experience to his new role, Mark will be supporting 360 Vision customers across EMEA and the US. “My aim is to build greater market awareness for 360 Vision’s range of innovative and robust radar and camera products -employing my many years of engineering knowledge and radar sales experience to demonstrate the benefits of the company’s product range to integrators, installers and end-users,” enthused Mark. 360 Vision radar solutions I’m very much looking forward to demonstrating 360 Vision’s ready-to-go radar solutions" He adds, “I’m very much looking forward to demonstrating 360 Vision’s ready-to-go radar solutions, suitable for employment across a wide array of professional security surveillance applications.” “After many years of working on installations together across the globe, we are very pleased to welcome Mark to the 360 Vision team,” says Mark Rees, 360 Vision’s Managing Director. “Mark will be integral in further developing 360 Vision’s presence, developing new markets and supporting existing installations with his unparalleled radar surveillance experience.”
A long-term technical partner of CCTV manufacturer 360 Vision Technology, Envisage Technology Limited has earned itself a distinguished reputation as an expert in high-end projects, with a portfolio of unique products. For many years, the company has overseen the installation of many 360 Vision Technology camera products across a variety of applications. “Exploring beyond conventional CCTV and embracing the latest technologies allows us to stay at the very cutting edge of system solutions,” says Kevin Brown, Managing Director at Envisage Technology. “We employ a dedicated team of highly trained technical staff to support our customers across all areas; including hardware, software, networking, system integration, surveillance cameras and telemetry. This means that we are able to provide a complete solution for any application, and our close technical relationship with the sales and product development teams at 360 Vision Technology has been a key enabling factor.” Envisage Technology evaluated the 360 Vision Technology camera products with the Vivotek VAST 2 VMS platformVivotek VAST 2 VMS platform Illustrating the partnership between the two companies, Envisage Technology recently evaluated the latest 360 Vision Technology camera products with another of their industry leading partners’ product offerings, the Vivotek VAST 2 video management software (VMS) platform. “As a value-added reseller, we pride ourselves on the technical expertise and knowledge we are able to offer our security systems and networking installation customers across EMEA,” explains Kevin. “To further develop the compatibility and integration of the industry’s leading products we supply, we recently tested the 360 Vision Technology camera range with Vivotek’s VAST 2 VMS platform, to prove the viability of a total solution option perfect for a wide variety of installation applications.” Vivotek’s VAST 2 VMS features simple operation on single or multiple monitors, custom layout to fit corridor and panorama formats, rapid export of multi-channel video and acquiring VCA analytics with integrated cameras. Integrating cameras into VAST 2 VMS Predator and Invictus cameras are available with IR and white-light high intensity illumination“VAST 2 provides an easy and intuitive UI with rich functionality to meet the needs of any of our customers,” says Kevin. “Thanks to 360 Vision Technology’s ONVIF 2.4 Profile S compatibility, we were able to integrate their Predator and Invictus cameras into the VAST 2 VMS quickly and simply during our on-site integration evaluation.” Bridging the divide between analogue and IP systems, 360 Vision Technology Invictus and Predator cameras are equipped with Hybrid functionality, enabling installation in existing analogue systems and full 1080P HD IP video streaming networks. Economical, and simple to install, Predator and Invictus cameras are available with IR and white-light high intensity illumination, providing a ruggedized PTZ solution with an industry-leading (up to) 200 metres of illumination. “We are proud to support the integration of our camera range into an industry leading VMS such as Vivotek’s VAST 2,” says Mark Rees, Managing Director at 360 Vision Technology. “Not only does this ensure reduced installation time of 360 Vision cameras into a VAST 2 system, but also instant and full access to high-performance camera functionality.”
UK CCTV manufacturing company, 360 Vision Technology, has confirmed its participation in Network of UK Law Enforcement and Security (NUKLEAS). With a strong emphasis on the delivery of technical innovation and design, 360 Vision has forged many close working partnerships with an array of technology leaders. Now, with its membership of NUKLEAS, the company is providing a key to enable turnkey systems for a wide range of security surveillance applications. Integrated command and control solution NUKLEAS offers their combined powerful end-to-end field-proven integrated solutions, backed by customer support"“Supported by the UK Government’s Department for International Trade, the NUKLEAS consortium concept has been developed to offer discerning international customers a coordinated, and integrated command and control solution for any security, management or safety requirement,” explains Richard Freeman, NUKLEAS Director. “The highly reputable consortium of companies’ products and software solutions have all been developed and manufactured in the UK. Now, for the first time, NUKLEAS offers their combined powerful end-to-end field-proven integrated solutions, backed by long-term customer support, under one entity.” Providing surveillance imaging expertise Commenting on 360 Vision’s commitment to NUKLEAS in providing its surveillance imaging expertise, rugged and reliable product performance, and outstanding customer support, Mark Rees, Managing Director at 360 Vision Technology said: “For 360 Vision, the opportunity to work in collaboration with a mix of other leading British technology companies was an easy decision. 360 Vision’s security surveillance product range includes static and integrated PTZ analogue and HD cameras “NUKLEAS’ global approach offers a powerful route for business growth, particularly for Export markets, where we can capitalise on the combined consortium members’ presence in any particular region, to deliver our high-performance CCTV camera solutions to protect people and infrastructure.” 360 Vision Technology’s security surveillance product range includes static and integrated PTZ analogue and HD cameras, cooled & uncooled thermal, polished stainless steel and radar-controlled cameras, and patent pending, integrated and stand-alone SIRIUS white light and infrared LED illuminators.
This year’s Super Bowl LIII American football game to determine the champions of the National Football League (NFL), has been protected by 360 Vision Technology’s ruggedised-Hybrid Invictus PTZ camera. The cameras were deployed as part of Security Centres International’s high-performance Mobile Advanced Safety Tower (MAST) rapid deployment camera solution. In all, 10 rapid deployment MAST units were deployed in various areas surrounding the brand new, Mercedes-Benz Stadium and State Farm Arena in Atlanta Georgia. With over 1 million fans expected to participate in Super Bowl and the 10-day fan festival, the Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority (MARTA), was keen to complement the existing CCTV networks around the grounds and mass transit point footfall areas, such as bus and rail stations. HD surveillance imaging MAST is the only product of its kind that would readily integrate into the existing CCTV infrastructure" Stuart Bostock, Executive Group President at Security Centres International explains why the 360 Vision Invictus camera based MAST system was chosen by MARTA: “Featuring world-class HD surveillance imaging, leading-edge design, robustness, zero infrastructure requirements and seamless Video Management System (VMS) integration, MAST is the only product of its kind that would readily integrate into the existing CCTV infrastructure. Additionally, MAST benefits from a significantly smaller footprint than similar trailer based stand-alone surveillance systems.” “MAST has been developed to answer the need for a more sophisticated and flexible surveillance system for infrastructure and public space safety, including large crowd gatherings, as in this application. MAST is unique, as it combines a rapidly deployable unit with some of the most advanced safety and surveillance technology available – the very reason why we selected 360 Vision Technology’s Invictus camera for its core imaging technology.” Full 1080P HD PTZ camera Invictus’ low-power consumption greatly assists the longevity of critical battery power when deployed in the field" Mark Rees Managing Director of 360 Vision Technology added: “360 Vision Technology’s Invictus is a high-performance, ruggedized all-in-one PTZ camera with full 1080P HD and ultra low-light camera technology - making it the perfect choice for off-grid temporary/rapid deployment mobile surveillance rigs, such as MAST. Additionally, Invictus’ low-power consumption greatly assists the longevity of critical battery power when deployed in the field – extending MAST’s operational performance for deployment in more remote applications.” “The Invictus camera’s unparalleled mix of competitive cost and advanced Predator low-light camera imaging technology makes it the perfect imaging component for the innovative MAST system.” MAST units at Super Bowl LIII The use of the MAST units integrated to the existing fixed camera points during Super Bowl LIII week proved a huge success with high-definition images transmitted back to the MARTA Emergency Operations Centre via a mobile network. System operators were able to identify and tackle a number of incidents Thanks to the high quality of images received, system operators were able to identify and tackle a number of incidents, including a vehicle theft. Additionally, the images were also used to predict areas of dense footfall, tackle crowd control safety issues, and manage general health and safety concerns. The deployment of the Invictus based camera system at Super Bowl LIII proved such a success that plans are already in place for deployment at other large-scale US sporting events, including the NCAA Final Four Basketball Championship in 2020 and for city centre deployment across Atlanta.
UK CCTV design and manufacturing company, 360 Vision Technology, will be showing their range of award-winning high-performance surveillance cameras, at International Security Expo 2018, Olympia, London, 28-29 November. Illustrating 360 Vision Technology’s depth of video surveillance imaging technology, cameras on show will include analogue, HD, Thermal, Radar, stainless steel, and models with built-in Sirius IR & white light LED illuminators. Compatible with the security industry’s software control solutions, also to be seen at the show, is 360 Vision Technology’s high-performance Predator and new cost-effective Invictus ‘all-in-one’ Ultra-low-light PTZ camera. Both feature advanced SSL & 802.1 encryption protection and are available in a variety of camera model/control combinations. Highly effective surveillance Perfect for a wide range of electronic surveillance applications, 360 Vision Technology’s Security Essen ‘Security Innovation Awards 2018’ award-winning Predator Radar will also be on show. Scanning 360 degrees once every second, the camera can detect and track multiple objects simultaneously (with 400m of coverage), to provide a highly effective surveillance camera solution for wide area security monitoring and intruder detection. “360 Vision will be displaying a range of cameras that feature full compatibility and easy ONVIF systems integration,” says Mark Rees, Managing Director at 360 Vision Technology. “Our strong cyber security protection and depth of technical partnerships with other leading system solutions providers all combine to offer a compelling proposition - from a UK manufacturer solely focused on the design and production of video surveillance cameras.”
With a strong emphasis on the development of technical innovation and design, 360 Vision Technology, the UK CCTV manufacturing company, has forged close working partnerships with an array of technology leaders - to enable deep systems integration into a wide range of solutions suitable for a host of surveillance applications. A long list of UK and international technology companies enjoy a close working relationship with 360 Vision Technology, some of whom for over 20 years. But always, the driving factor in these relationships is 360 Vision’s commitment to deliver innovative high-performance CCTV camera solutions that provide no boundaries to deployment with 3rd party manufacturers’ equipment. Delivering innovative solutions 360 Vision has developed a reputation for delivering innovation and usable functionality, such as thermal imaging cameraOver many years, 360 Vision has developed a reputation for delivering innovation and usable functionality, such as thermal imaging camera, award-winning radar-controlled video surveillance, and industry leading Sirius powerful integrated LED white light and infrared (IR) lighting. Commenting on 360 Vision’s commitment to reliability, rugged construction, and outstanding customer support, Mark Rees, Managing Director at 360 Vision Technology said: “Right from the design stage of any new product, our R&D team aim to ensure 360 Vision cameras are the simplest to commission and best performing in their sector. Close working partnerships with like-minded systems manufacturers helps us to achieve that goal. “360 Vision’s partnerships with industry leading technology companies helps to feed technical and sharp-end feedback in to our constant product development - pairing our leading-edge surveillance camera technology with the very best in CCTV control, alarm handling, access control, rapid deployment, radar and wireless system solutions expertise.” Optimal surveillance imagery Many of our technical partners proactively demonstrate 360 Vision cameras at our resource centre"Working partnerships with 360 Vision enables preferred technical partners from across the security industry to have a close hand in the development of the functionality of 360 Vision’s cameras. With deep 3rd party integration to 360 Vision’s industry leading range of cameras, end-users can be guaranteed the best possible surveillance imagery, simplest set-up and seamless, intuitive control - plus numerous desirable performance benefits. “Many of our technical partners proactively demonstrate 360 Vision cameras at our resource centre,” adds Mark. “Here, customers are able to experience and evaluate proposed end-to-end system configurations in action - to support customers to make an informed decision on their choice of specification for installation projects.” Integrated and hassle-free systems Thanks to the on-going technical partnership between 360 Vision and selected technology manufacturers, simple product set-up, deep systems integration and performance benefits are built in to varied applications and sizes of CCTV installations across the globe. Via these long-term technical partnerships, 360 Vision Technology are not only ensuring installers and end-users can enjoy a fully integrated and hassle-free systems control experience, but to the wider world market, promote the benefits to be gained by specifying Best of British integrated surveillance solutions.
In a move to expand the reach of in-depth locally based technical and sales support, 360 Vision Technology, the UK-based CCTV manufacturing company, is delighted to announce that it has appointed Pascal Wojciechowski to the role of Business Development Manager for France. Vast experience in integrated solutions Bringing a wealth of high-performance visual imaging experience to his new role, Pascal will be supporting customers across France and French-speaking countries, including Belgium, Switzerland and Africa. Vastly experienced in integrated solutions for any size or complexity of installation, Pascal is accredited with 26 years working at Sony, where he established the company’s Image Sensing Division’s European HQ and was responsible for the Division’s routes to market development and sales & marketing growth strategies. Latterly, Pascal has worked to support well-respected companies such as Exavision and Dealpix, to expand their imaging solutions reach. I’m really looking forward to building greater market awareness for 360 Vision’s range of innovative and robust productProfessional security surveillance “I’m really looking forward to building greater market awareness for 360 Vision’s range of innovative and robust Europe developed and manufactured camera products range,” enthused Pascal. “My aim is to position 360 Vision amongst system integrators to establish the company’s solutions as a defacto camera choice for professional security surveillance applications. To support that aim, I’ll be promoting the many technical, performance, long-term reliability, low cost of ownership and manufacturer support benefits to be gained by using 360 Vision camera products.” “We are delighted to welcome Pascal to the 360 Vision team,” comments Mark Rees, 360 Vision’s Managing Director. “Pascal will play a very important role in further developing 360 Vision’s presence in France and surround French speaking regions, helping customers to implement high-performance imaging solutions. 360 Vision’s broad expertise and commitment to customer service will in-turn support Pascal to establish a solid platform for the company’s continued growth across France.”
360 Vision Technology, CCTV manufacturing company in the UK, is delighted to confirm the promotion of Mark Rees from Business Development Director, to Managing Director, which coincides with the announcement that Phil Burton will become Chairman. Mark, a founding Director and Shareholder of 360 Vision Technology Limited, has continuously developed his responsibilities throughout his career at 360 Vision, with promotion from Sales Director to Business Development Director, during which time Mark has pioneered the transition of 360 Vision products from analogue to digital. Compatible with global VMSs Mark also spearheaded the task of developing a wide range of technical partners across the globe, ensuring 360 Vision’s range of products were compatible with virtually all leading Video Management Systems. More recently, Mark has focused his energies on developing the substantial export potential for 360 Vision’s range of high-end ruggedised products and has started building a structure of in-country sales presence, starting with France. “After 16 years of predominantly being in sales focused positions at 360 Vision, I feel massively privileged and proud to be taking on the role of Managing Director,” says Mark Rees. “This will allow Phil Burton to step back from his day-to-day management at 360 Vision and focus more on the strategic direction and opportunities that present themselves.” Expansive product portfolio I take great pleasure in working with our many customers both here in the UK and overseas" “I’m excited about the prospect of working closely with the full management team and steering the progress of 360 Vision through the current turbulent times of Brexit and beyond, which I believe will present many opportunities to continue sales growth, innovate new products, and establish 360 Vision’s product portfolio in an increasing number of world markets.” “I take great pleasure in working with our many customers both here in the UK and overseas - this offers me a great insight into the future trends and requirements of our industry. I will therefore retain these activities and when viable, develop a solid local sales presence for our industry leading products in international regions.” Phil Burton commented: “Having worked closely with Mark over the last three decades, I have been extremely impressed and delighted to have witnessed the progression in his professionalism, and dedication to success, which I am sure he will carry in to his new role.”
360 Vision Technology, the UK’s pioneer CCTV manufacturing company, has announced that it is just one of thirteen worldwide security companies to have reached the final round of this year’s Security Essen ‘Security Innovation Awards 2018.’ Out of a total of 75 entries in the categories of Technology & Products and Cyber Security/Economic Security, the Security Innovation Awards’ jury have selected entries including 360 Vision’s Predator Radar camera to be judged for their innovation, through a range of gold, silver and bronze awards. Perfect for a wide range of electronic surveillance applications, Predator Radar scans 360 degrees once every second to detect and track multiple objects simultaneously (with 400m of coverage) - providing a highly effective surveillance camera solution for wide area security monitoring and intruder detection. Effective security and site management Perfect for a wide range of electronic surveillance applications, Predator Radar scans 360 degrees once every second to detect and track multiple objects simultaneously The Security Innovation Awards 2018 independent panel of judges, consisting of 12 experts, under the leadership of a member of the Board of the Federal Association of Independent German Consultants and Engineers, will evaluate the final 13 submissions according to their innovation content, user benefits, economic viability and reliability. “We’re deeply honoured to have been selected for the final round of these independent and prestigious awards,” says Mark Rees, Business Development Director at 360 Vision Technology. “From the outset, we instilled a strong emphasis on technical innovation and design for Predator Radar, to make it a viable solution to support effective security, safety and site management. The team at 360 Vision is excited and looking forward to the final awards ceremony.” Showcasing Predator Radar and cameras The official presentation of the Security Innovation Awards 2018 will be held at Security Essen on September 25, 2018. Visitors to Security Essen can see 360 Vision Technology’s award-winning Predator Radar and range of analogue, digital and Thermal surveillance cameras at stand number 5E08, in Hall 5.
CCTV design and manufacturing company, 360 Vision Technology, will be showing their range of high-performance surveillance cameras at Security Essen 2018. Compatible with the security industry’s software control solutions and illustrating 360 Vision Technology’s depth of video surveillance imaging technology, cameras on show will include analogue, HD, Thermal, Radar, stainless steel, and models with built-in Sirius IR & white light LED illuminators. Predator Radar camera Also to be seen at the show, 360 Vision Technology’s high-performance Predator and new cost-effective Invictus ‘all-in-one’ Ultra-low-light PTZ camera, featuring advanced SSL & 802.1 encryption protection and available in a variety of camera model/control combinations. We’re delighted to have our Predator Radar camera selected for the final round of the prestigious Security Innovation Awards 2018"Underlining 360 Vision Technology’s emphasis on technical innovation and design, the company’s Predator Radar camera has been selected as one of just 13 entries out of 75 to reach the final round of this year’s Security Essen ‘Security Innovation Awards 2018.’ Reliability and performance “Designed to protect against hacking and ransomware attacks, we’ll be showcasing 360 Vision camera technology including advanced SSL & 802.1 encryption protection,” says Mark Rees, Business Development Director at 360 Vision Technology. “We’re also delighted to have our Predator Radar camera selected for the final round of the prestigious Security Innovation Awards 2018. This underlines our technical solutions ability to be found across our wide range of high-performance camera technology, designed to deliver secure 24/7 video imaging, reliability and performance for any application.”
360 Vision Technology technical partner Ogier Electronics, report strong support for the newly launched Invictus cost-effective, high-performance, ruggedised all-in-one PTZ camera, during their demonstration at SecurityTWENTY 18 Conference and Exhibition (ST18 North), Harrogate. At the close of last week’s ST18 North, Ogier’s Sales and Marketing Director, Mark Rainbow, reported consistently positive feedback to Invictus from visiting delegates. Benefit of less infrastructure “Along with very attractive pricing for its high-level of performance and rugged build quality, delegates were clearly impressed with the Ogier Radar/Invictus camera combination for applications such as wide-area and perimeter fence line intruder/activity detection,” says Mark. “We already have the camera combination installed at Tilbury Docks, where the Radar/Invictus combo is monitored by Netwatch Open Site Surveillance 24/7, ensuring highly-effective security for Hyundai new vehicle storage.” “I see Invictus being the ideal full 1080P HD, ultra low-light camera for off-grid temporary/rapid deployment mobile surveillance rigs, where Invictus’s low power consumption will greatly assist the longevity of critical battery power supply in the field. Lower cost than installing a number of traditional surveillance cameras and along with the benefit of less infrastructure being required, the Ogier Radar/Invictus camera combination for wide-area monitoring was very well received by installers.” Latest ONVIF 2.4 Profile S compliant protocols makes integration of Invictus into our radar systems simple and fast" Attracting more installers “We had a number of enquiries about the combo’s use for quarries, mines, solar fields and warehouse loading yards/truck storage facilities. For us, the latest ONVIF 2.4 Profile S compliant protocols makes integration of Invictus into our radar systems simple and fast, it just works.” “The new Invictus camera’s unparalleled mix of competitive cost and Predator low-light camera imaging technology seems to be attracting more and more installers to 360 Vision’s latest offering,” says Mark Rees, Business Development Director at 360 Vision. “It’s great to hear Mark Rainbow’s exhibition feedback on the Ogier Radar/Invictus combination is inspiring integrators to look at adapting the novel technology for high-security surveillance detection applications.”
360 Vision Technology, the UK CCTV manufacturing company, has launched Invictus, a new range of cost-effective, high-performance, ruggedised PTZ cameras - aimed at the competitive midrange CCTV camera sector. Bridging the divide between analogue and IP systems, and coupled to attractive pricing, Invictus cameras have been designed to deliver a highly competitive all-in-one PTZ camera package, aiming to provide a viable alternative to low-cost options. Invictus Dual Hybrid functionality enables installation within existing analogue systems, or stunning full 1080P HD video streaming and IP control HD video streaming and IP control Packed with high-end functionality, performance and proven reliability, Invictus Dual Hybrid functionality enables installation within existing analogue systems, or stunning full 1080P HD video streaming and IP control - without the need for camera hardware changes. Invictus achieves incredible ultra low-light colour/mono imaging performance via the choice of either the latest 1/2.8” Sony StarVis, or 1/1.9” Sony Exmor R (Ultra) best-in-class HD camera modules, with a choice of 20:1 or 30:1 zoom. And providing unobstructed scene imaging, Invictus views 360 degrees pan and 160 degrees tilt, alleviating the viewing limitations associated with PTZ dome cameras. ONVIF 2.4 Profile S integration For flexibility of control, Invictus is compatible with a wide-range of data protocols and VMS offerings, and features industry leading ONVIF 2.4 Profile S integration. Watching over intelligent illumination and Night Setting Presets during periods of inactivity, an advanced Low Power mode reduces power consumption by up to 50%, to control illumination and power consumption for use within low power consumption sensitive applications. Supporting optimum imaging, Invictus cameras employ the same proven flat viewing window and wiper system as used in Predator Enhancing 24-hour operation, the new Invictus range is the only ruggedised all-in-one PTZ camera to offer both IR and White-light high-intensity illuminators with an industry-leading 200m illumination. Further supporting optimum imaging, Invictus cameras employ the same proven flat viewing window and wiper system as used in Predator. Unlike with dome cameras, this design allows the wiper blades constant, even and uninterrupted contact with the window surface, keeping them clear for 100% effective scene surveillance. Storage capacity up to 256 GB Available with on-board recording options up to 256GB, Invictus also draws on the field-proven 360 Vision high-end ‘Predator’ camera range for its construction from high grade, hardened aluminium and stainless steel - ensuring a rugged, durable and compact camera. An upright mounting design and full 360-degree continuous pan and the ability to tilt above the horizon assure operators an unobstructed view of targets above the camera’s horizontal installation height. Encompassing an ultra-reliable and accurate self-calibrating Direct Drive mechanism for Pan and Tilt featuring ‘Attack detect’ with self-correction, Invictus builds on 360 Vision Technology’s R&D to equip the range with reliable and quiet operation, alongside minimal maintenance requirements and a long service life. Completing the camera package, high-quality paint finishes are available in black or white, or for operation within marine environments, a long-life paint option can be specified. Invictus features the latest ONVIF 2.4 Profile S compliant protocols for fast set-up and IP67 certification to ensure reliable performance in harsh environments" Predator low-light camera imaging “The new Invictus camera range brings an unparalleled mix of competitive cost and Predator low-light camera imaging technology to the midrange camera market,” says Mark Rees, Business Development Director of 360 Vision. “Invictus features the latest ONVIF 2.4 Profile S compliant protocols for fast set-up and IP67 certification to ensure reliable performance in harsh environments. The feature-rich Invictus specification and rugged build quality is backed by 360 Vision’s UK design and manufacturing resource, and a comprehensive 3-year return to base repair/replace warranty. We’re also proud to offer an enhanced optional 5-year full warranty on request.”
Fulfilling the demand for rugged build quality and all-round performance, 360 Vision Technology reports that their British designed and manufactured ruggedised CCTV camera technology has seen a rapid increase in demand for use by many leading temporary surveillance equipment manufacturers. “As the applications for video surveillance expand and the requirements for CCTV in diverse areas increases, temporary surveillance is fast becoming a security industry growth sector,” says 360 Vision Technology. Deployed in the field to provide highly effective temporary surveillance coverage at incident hotspots, or to extend the coverage of an existing video surveillance scheme, 360 Vision cameras are being used within temporary deployment CCTV camera systems consisting of site towers, re-deployable domes, and (mobile) vehicle mounted wireless surveillance solutions.Rapid-deployment surveillance systems are being used to secure remote sites and assets. Proactive crime mitigation and prevention Ideal for use across a variety of CCTV applications, such as police, rail, construction sites, government, public sector, utilities, traffic and live events, 360 Vision Technology’s all-in-one Predator and Centurion camera models are proving highly popular for use in temporary deployment CCTV camera systems, to provide proactive support in the fight to reduce crime (and the fear of crime), vandalism, fly tipping and anti-social behaviour. Rapid-deployment surveillance systems are also being used to secure remote sites and assets; including trackside and non-trackside rail applications, drug abuse hotspots, and managing major and minor temporary roadworks. “Meeting the demanding needs of system operators, the versatile range of 360 Vision ruggedised CCTV cameras feature HD imaging, low power consumption, proven reliability and rugged construction, are just some of the reasons why 360 Vision Technology cameras are being chosen by many temporary deployment CCTV camera solutions manufacturers,” says Mark Rees, Business Development Director at 360 Vision Technology. Round-the-clock video surveillance Available in a variety of camera/control combinations, including analogue, high definition, thermal and radar, and with 24-hour surveillance capability provided by optional white light and infrared LED illuminators, 360 Vision’s British designed and built analogue and IP camera range enables temporary deployment CCTV camera system manufacturers to enhance the mix of solutions options they can offer to their customers. “We are very proud that 360 Vision’s market-leading range of ruggedised video surveillance cameras is fast becoming the go-to camera technology for many of the leading manufacturers in the temporary deployment CCTV camera surveillance sector,” Mark continues. “We have many ruggedised CCTV camera developments in the pipeline. Many of these are being developed utilising invaluable sharp-end feedback supplied to us as a direct result of our close technical relationships with companies at the cutting-edge of temporary deployment surveillance solutions.”
As more and more security systems and devices become IP networked, it’s important for installers and end-users to consider how their systems will be protected against the possibility of cyber-attacks. Providing a solution to the concerns around cyber security and hacking, UK CCTV design and manufacturing company 360 Vision Technology has partnered with software control provider Visual Management Systems Ltd to provide security operators with an effective solution to guard against IP surveillance system cyber-attacks. Network security measures Without the right level of network security measures in place, system users can be left vulnerable, resulting in exposure to the type of hacking and malware attacks recently hitting the news headlines. A serious security breach of an IP network can lead to system inoperability and network downtime, and at worst, direct access to corporate networks. To provide IP surveillance system installers and operators with peace of mind, when used together, both 360 Vision Technology cameras and Visual Management System Ltd.’s TITAN SECURE PSIM (Physical Security Information Management) system can exceed 802.1x authentication protocols and encryption to provide the ultimate protection for surveillance networks via the latest patent pending technology. Designed to CPNI (Centre for the Protection of National Infrastructure) standards, this advanced protocol and encryption technology offers a far higher level of hacking protection. Security and IT managers have a lot to gain by implementing the security advantages of an 802.1x authenticated network Advanced cyber-attack protection Ultimately, security and IT managers have a lot to gain by implementing the security advantages of an 802.1x authenticated network. Conversely, they also have a lot to lose, should they ignore the security risks involved. “As part of our ongoing development of products and our deep integration techniques, we looked closely at the vulnerabilities of current camera systems and found that expert hackers could easily take control of standard network cameras, even ones with HTTPS certification,” says John Downie, Sales Director of Visual Management Systems Ltd. “Employing 802.1x authentication at both the camera and control end, using 360 Vision Technology cameras and TITAN SECURE together is the most effective way to fully secure an IP camera network.” “Designed to protect organisations against hacking and ransomware attacks, the latest 360 Vision Technology IP surveillance cameras include advanced 802.1x encryption protection,” says Mark Rees, Business Development Director at 360 Vision. “We pride ourselves on leading the field in the fast-moving global security camera market. Designed and built in the UK, our high-performance camera technology offers customers proven reliability, advanced imaging performance and effective cyber security - for use within any high, or general level camera surveillance application.”