RadSeeker is the result of several years of collaboration between Symetrica and Smiths Detection to develop a next-generation RIID Symetrica announces that the first regular shipments of the Smiths Detection RadSeeker featuring Symetrica's OEM Discovery Technology Sub-System will begin this fall as the first part of a contract with the Department of Homeland Security (DHS). Deliveries will run into early 2018, as the first major installment of the IDIQ (indefinite delivery / indefinite quantity) contract awarded to Smiths Detection in January by the DHS Domestic Nuclear Detection Office (DNDO), for the delivery of the next-generation radioisotope identifier (RIID). Symetrica will build the Discovery Technology Sub-Systems at their facility in Maynard, Massachusetts. The majority of the finished RadSeeker units will be deployed with the US Customs and Border Protection (CBP). Next-generation radioisotope identifier RadSeeker is the result of several years of collaboration between Symetrica and Smiths Detection to develop a next-generation RIID suitable for secondary screening, small-area search and rapid mobile identification. RadSeeker excels in real-world environments and provides the operator with quick, simple, specific information for threat assessment. Symetrica’s Discovery Technology at the heart of RadSeeker provides best-in-class identification of threat materials in shielded, masked or concealed situations through the coupling of advanced spectrum processing and identification algorithms with state of the art detectors with automatic stabilisation and calibration, eliminating annual maintenance. Radioactive threat detection Commenting on the news, Matthew Dallimore, Symetrica’s General Manager said: “This is a significant milestone for Symetrica and our advanced Discovery Technology that is at the core of Smiths Detection’s RadSeeker. It is the culmination of several years of collaborative development and a strong acknowledgement that our technology is at the leading-edge of radioactive threat detection”. Rob Ledenko, Smiths Detection's Vice President of North America Sales & Business Development, commented: “We are excited to see this contract move into the shipment phase and we recognise the significant contribution of the Symetrica team and their best-in-class technology in making RadSeeker a reality.”
The Milestone Arcus solution is ideal for simple stand-alone installations and remote recording applications IQinVision, market leader in high-performance HD megapixel IP cameras, recently announced that the company will preview its new Milestone Arcus™ on-camera VMS functionality during the ASIS tradeshow in Atlanta, GA. This simple, seamless solution offers unlimited scalability and replaces the traditional server and storage devices with a single IQeye on-camera VMS designed for small system installations. The Milestone Arcus solution is ideal for simple stand-alone installations, remote recording applications, or for systems that require minimum network bandwidth utilisation. Milestone Arcus is easy to install: initial deployment is complete within minutes after connecting user’s IQeye cameras and requires little or no maintenance; easy to use: the intuitive, all-in-one user interface allows users to log in to operate the solution from a web browser, users can view live video, search and export video without any additional software; and easy to maintain: no software installation or maintenance required on client PCs, updates are rolled out easily through firmware updates. “We are excited to preview this new functionality at ASIS,” said Rob Ledenko, “Our end users and prospective customers no longer have to worry about servers and installing software or updates. This solution is priced attractively, and you can make the move to IP with a solution that’s ready right out of the box, hassle free.” Milestone Arcus features include: Unlimited Scalability Intuitive Browser-based Navigation & Playback Remote Camera Access Saves Network Bandwidth Search and Export Video Motion Detection User Management with Authentication Easy Updates IQinVision will be demonstrating the new Milestone Arcus technology at ASIS International in Atlanta, September 29th ~October 1st, at the company’s booth #237. The IQinVision Milestone Arcus software will have general availability in Q4 of this year.
The agreement will allow Alltron to distribute IQinVision’s line of cameras to the Swiss market IQinVision, market leader in high-performance HD megapixel IP cameras, recently announced it has signed an agreement with Alltron AG, to join the ranks of IQinVision Distribution Partners. The agreement designates that Alltron AG, Mägenwil, Switzerland, will distribute IQinVision’s line of cameras to the Swiss market. Alltron is a part of the Competec group. “With a straightforward and convincing line-up, a vast range of accessories as well as their easy installation and maintenance, IQinVision’s products are an exciting addition to our portfolio. We are proud of having gained the manufacturer’s trust to distribute the IQeye product line to the Swiss market. Together, we have accepted the challenge to achieve a strong market position in Switzerland,” commented Philip Burkhard, Product Manager Surveillance Systems, Alltron AG. “We are pleased to join together with Alltron in this new partnership,” said Rob Ledenko, IQinVision EVP of Sales and Marketing. “The DACH region has been an important sales territory for us for years, and now Alltron brings us greater strength and reach in this lucrative market.”
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