Revader Security has agreed a strategic partnership with Dynamic CCTV, a trade supplier of professional CCTV to the security industry. Revader Security’s range of products include Transit rapid redeployable cameras which are straightforward to install in virtually any location and can be rapidly repositioned to respond to changing security demands. Powered by battery or mains, footage can be viewed and downloaded over wireless and mobile networks. Remote monitoring solutions The company also produces a range of mobile power solutions (PowerPaks) and a range of accessories to interface with the redeployable CCTV products. Revader Security has also developed a range of diesel and battery powered rapid deployment CCTV towers which are proving increasingly popular with end users and the security trade as a rental opportunity. Dynamic CCTV will promote, supply and support Revader Security’s range of products As complete surveillance, recording and remote monitoring solutions, they are ideal for deployment into situations where little or no existing infrastructure is present. Dynamic CCTV will promote, supply and support Revader Security’s range of products with trade customers across the UK, drawing on over 25 years’ experience in the marketplace as one of the suppliers of CCTV to the security industry. Digital recording systems Dynamic CCTV is a Hikvision UK authorised distributor, providing the latest innovative CCTV equipment at very competitive pricing - including Digital Recording Systems, IP Cameras and CCTV monitoring equipment, along with products from other manufacturers such as TP-Link, GJD, Iiyama, TOA, Ubiquiti and Veracity. Stuart Caldecourt, Managing Director at Revader Security commented: “We are delighted to be partnering with Dynamic CCTV, who have an outstanding track record in the supply of professional CCTV products across the UK – and an impressive engineering and support capability proven over many years.”
Sussex Police have purchased a fleet of redeployable CCTV cameras from Revader Security, primarily for use on lampposts and urban infrastructure. The Transit-lite mobile cameras are ruggedised outdoor surveillance solutions which have been proven over many years to deter crime and secure vital video evidence for prosecution. Cost-effective solution Using the Revader EasyFit bracket system, police operators are able to regularly re-position each camera to respond to the movement of crime hotspots, antisocial behaviour, vandalism and other street crime around the locality. As the units can be installed in virtually any location within minutes, only minimal planning is required. Revader Security proposed a cost-effective solution of coupling an auxiliary camera to a Transit-lite unit In this instance, Revader Security proposed a cost-effective solution of coupling an auxiliary camera to a Transit-lite unit to provide twice the visibility and coverage. The Transit-lite unit contains the recording and transmission technology and acts as a server to the auxiliary camera. It also has the capacity to host other specialist cameras, such as those for number plate recognition (ANPR). Live and recorded footage is quickly and easily retrieved over the 4G mobile network. Redeployable camera solutions A member of Sussex Police’s Divisional Operations Team commented: “We have been really impressed by the Revader cameras, which are straightforward to install, easy to use, and have provided us with some very high quality CCTV evidence”. Stuart Caldecourt, Managing Director of Revader Security commented: “The use of another PTZ camera on the same Transit-Lite unit has provided our customer with a significant operational advantage at an only marginal increase in cost, representing excellent value for money”. Revader Security offers a wide a range of mobile CCTV and redeployable camera solutions for all applications, including those with low or zero power. The company continues to support Police and a variety of clients in the public and private sector.
Visitors will be able to receive live demonstrations of Revader Security’s all-in-one CCTV solutions Revader Security will showcase its range of redeployable CCTV products in Ireland for the first time at the Security TWENTY 16 show in Dublin on Wednesday 6th April 2016. Live demonstration of CCTV solutions Set in the convenient location of the Red Cow Moran Hotel in Dublin, the Conference will bring together top security industry speakers and is supported by a large exhibition of cutting edge security products and services. Visitors to the show will be able to receive live demonstrations of Revader Security’s all-in-one CCTV solutions, which deliver the unique capability to undertake the full range of video surveillance tasks in any environment. Engineered to defence-level specifications, all products are able to withstand the most extreme environmental conditions, which make them particularly suited to hazardous outdoor environments. Cost-effective redeployable cameras respond to changing demands The redeployable camera units provide a combined image capture, recording and remote monitoring capability while allowing users to rapidly reposition units to respond to changing demands. This enables operators to cover potentially large geographical areas with only a limited number of cameras, and provides a significant saving on traditional CCTV systems, which incur large overhead costs, cannot be reconfigured at short notice, and typically do not utilise wireless and mobile (3G & 4G) networks for video transmission. Stuart Caldecourt, Managing Director at Revader Security, said: "We are looking forward to bringing our product range to Ireland in April and demonstrating how our redeployable CCTV solutions can deliver both financial savings and operational advantage to end-users. Please do come along and see our latest innovations for yourself”.
Revader's latest video solutions manage the entire range of surveillance tasks in hazardous outdoor environments Demand for high specification surveillance technology continues to grow as governments, councils, police and security specifiers look to redeployable CCTV for maximum flexibility and cost effectiveness. Redeployable video solutions The latest range of redeployable video solutions from Revader Security delivers a combined image capture, recording and remote monitoring capability while allowing users to rapidly reposition units to respond to changing demands. This enables operators to cover potentially large geographical areas with only a limited number of cameras, and provides a significant saving on traditional CCTV systems, which incur large infrastructure, human and maintenance costs and cannot be reconfigured at short notice. The new product line boasts a range of innovative features, which the company states are unmatched by their competitors. The products are engineered to defence-level specifications and are able to withstand the most extreme environmental conditions, which make them particularly suited to hazardous outdoor environments. Integrated IR lamps allow video to be captured at day or night, with the footage saved to on-board large capacity edge storage. The PTZ and 360 degree cameras can be controlled and monitored via a low-bandwidth link, and downloaded remotely in HD quality via wired, wireless and mobile (3G & 4G) networks. Standalone units or integrate with existing CCTV systems Revader units are able to operate on a standalone basis or can be networked together and controlled from any number of remote locations. They are also able to be integrated into existing CCTV systems and support a range of video management software (VMS) platforms. The product range offers a variety of power options, with units able to operate from mains, battery, Power over Ethernet (PoE) and renewable sources such as solar panels and turbines. Internal backup batteries are provided as standard in all Transit models. Stuart Caldecourt, Managing Director at Revader Security, said "We are excited to be bring these new and improved products to market at a time when mainstream CCTV users are beginning to realise the range of benefits that redeployable surveillance can deliver. We are receiving an unprecedented level of enquiries for the products to be used in an ever broader range of scenarios, from housing estates to construction sites, schools, town centres, and also remote locations to combat flytipping." Revader Security at Security Twenty 16 Visitors to the Security Twenty 16 Midlands conference and exhibition on 4th February will be among the first to see live demonstrations of the new product range.
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