Mobile CCTV manufacturer Revader Security will be demonstrating its new and improved re-deployable cameras and mobile surveillance tower at Security and Policing 2018, taking place at the Farnborough International Exhibition and Conference Centre on 6-8th March 2018. The specialist security products are engineered to perform highly in harsh environments yet are straightforward to install in virtually any location and can be rapidly repositioned to respond to changing security demands. Power options include mains, battery, PoE, diesel and renewable sources. The company will be presenting two new products at the show – a new mobile CCTV tower and a compact re-deployable CCTV solution.The mobile CCTV tower is primarily intended for overt deployment in remote or hazardous locations Outdoor surveillance solution The new Galaxy Mobile CCTV Tower is a complete outdoor surveillance solution on wheels which acts as an all-seeing eye in the sky. The product incorporates four high end HD cameras set at 360° for 30 metre viewing, a single HD PTZ camera with 150 metre viewing, night vision, sensors, alarm inputs, audio, wireless/4G connectivity with dual SIM architecture, extensive local storage, remote monitoring/download and several power options ranging from battery to diesel. The mobile CCTV tower is primarily intended for overt deployment by law enforcement and security operators in remote or hazardous locations, or at public events and demonstrations. It has also attracted interest for use as a cost-effective solution for construction site CCTV and man guarding replacement in high-security areas.The units are ideally suited for use by police, military and government customers for evidential recording in custody suites Tuu CCTV solution for harsh environments Revader Security’s new compact re-deployable CCTV solution, named the Tuu, is constructed from high-grade aluminum or stainless steel and is suitable for use in harsh IP67/IP68 environments. The Tuu network combines high-definition PTZ or 360° cameras with 5TB onboard storage and power-over-Ethernet (PoE) single cabling. The units are ideally suited for use by police, military and government customers for evidential recording in custody suites, bio-hazard units, abattoirs, interview rooms and operating bases – but they are also a cost-effective option for general purpose indoor and outdoor CCTV, offering users the ability to rapidly reposition the cameras according to changing surveillance demands and operational requirements. Stuart Caldecourt, Managing Director at Revader Security, said, “We are looking forward to demonstrating our enhanced re-deployable CCTV solutions to police and governmental customers at this important event. We have already had a great deal of interest in our new mobile CCTV towers from security operators wishing to replace traditional man guarding with a more cost-effective and reliable alternative.” “We are also continuing to impress customers with our ruggedised re-deployable CCTV cameras which are being used in an ever-growing range of scenarios, from construction sites and quarries to town centres, vehicles and even high-security laboratories.”
At the event, Wavestore to offer its partners and end-clients a scalable and future-proof video management solution It was announced on 21st April 2015 that Wavestore had been presented with awards Queen’s Awards for Enterprise for International Trade and for Innovation. Wavestore wins most prestigious accolades Wavestore is just one of only two businesses to have won two Queen’s Awards for Enterprise this year, the most prestigious accolades for businesses in the United Kingdom. They are conferred annually by HM Queen Elizabeth II, on the advice of the Prime Minister, to organisations with outstanding performance in international trade, innovation and sustainable development. In this article, Wavestore’s senior management express their delight in receiving the Awards, which they believe reflect the lead Wavestore is taking in developing innovative Video Management Software (VMS), and recognises the company’s stellar growth in international sales. Wavestore, Chairman & Managing Director comments “We are particularly proud to have won the Queen’s Award for Enterprise in the innovation category bearing in mind our commitment and ability to respond to changing market requirements,” said Stuart Caldecourt, Chairman & Managing Director of Wavestore. “We are constantly re-evaluating our VMS and with the help of our global network of business partners, we listen to feedback from the marketplace as to what is required to help users achieve their security and business objectives, both today and in the future. We truly understand the importance of striving to continually improve and innovate, and this is reflected in Version 6, the latest release of our VMS which we will be launching at IFSEC 2015.” Wavestore, Director of Engineering comments In support of Stuart’s comments, Justin Wheatley, Wavestore’s Director of Engineering, explains how the company’s highly talented software and hardware development teams share a passion for ensuring that Wavestore stands out from the crowd in what is a fragmented VMS marketplace, by developing features and functions that deliver real benefits to our users around the world. “At user level, we are determined that Wavestore should provide the most intuitive video and recording management available today with powerful video and data search as well as evidential quality export functionality. We want to give operators the tools they need to efficiently and effectively do their job day in, day out - all from a single screen and with minimal training required. “Sitting at the heart of an electronic security system, our truly independent open platform VMS enables organisations to unlock the full potential of an integrated solution. For example, although Wavestore integrates as standard with thousands of devices and is ONVIF conformant, bespoke project specific and specialist integrations can be easily, quickly and cost-effectively implemented thanks to WaveStar - our unique protocol translation script that allows us to integrate almost any device with the functionality you need.” Wavestore's outstanding growth in export earnings Chris Williams, Director of International Sales, is exceptionally pleased that Wavestore has also won the Queen’s Award for Enterprise in the international trade category. “The Award recognises the outstanding growth in export earnings that we have achieved over the past three years. We have been consistently successful in winning significant orders throughout the world during the last 15 years and Wavestore’s reputation for providing robust, reliable and cost effective video management solutions has spread far and wide. In countries such as Australia, Bermuda, Brazil, Canada, Cyprus, Kuwait, Spain and USA, to name just a few, Wavestore’s VMS has been placed at the heart of security systems operating in virtually every possible type of environment.” Wavestore’s ability to offer its partners and end-clients a scalable and future-proof video management solution will be on show on stand D1350 at IFSEC International 2015 which takes place at ExCeL London on 16-18 June.
The Queen’s Award for Innovation has been won by Wavestore for its open platform, scalable and future proof VMS Wavestore, a UK manufacturer of open platform video recording and management solutions, announces that it has been presented with both the Queen’s Award for International Trade and the Queen’s Award for Innovation. One of the only two businesses to win two Queen’s Awards for Enterprise Wavestore is one of only two businesses in 2015 to have won two Queen’s Awards for Enterprise, the most prestigious accolades for businesses in the United Kingdom. They are conferred annually by HM Queen Elizabeth II, on the advice of the Prime Minister, to organisations with outstanding performance in international trade, innovation and sustainable development. The winners are announced annually on 21st April, the birthday of Her Majesty The Queen. “We are immensely proud to be recognised with two Queen’s Awards which reflect the hard work and ingenuity of all those who work at Wavestore,” said Stuart Caldecourt, Chairman & Managing Director of Wavestore. “The Awards coincide with the launch of Version 6, the latest release of our Video Management Software (VMS), which is packed with real-life practical features to help users achieve maximum benefit from their investment in a security system. It reaffirms our commitment to continually innovate in response to changing market demands and our ability to consistently exceed users’ expectations.” Open platform, scalable and future proof VMS The Queen’s Award for Enterprise (Innovation) has been won by Wavestore for its open platform, scalable and future proof VMS. Sitting at the heart of a security solution, Wavestore’s VMS is designed to deliver so much more than just leading edge video and recording management. As well as bringing together audio, data and video, including images from even the very latest ultra-high definition and 360° fish eye cameras, Wavestore provides a platform that makes often complex integration between disparate third-party technologies simple. This unlocks a host of business intelligence and operational benefits and enables the deployment of technology such as intelligent video analytics, whilst augmenting often ‘dumb’ systems with video and ease of control, to create a much more powerful and effective total security solution. Truly independent and open platform, Wavestore works with its clients and technology partners to provide scalable, future-proof video management solutions, to ensure that security and business goals are met both now and into the future. Outstanding 323% growth in export earnings over past three years The Queen’s Award for Enterprise (International Trade) has been won by Wavestore for achieving an outstanding 323% growth in export earnings over the past three years. Predominantly selling its software via licencing or directly to original equipment manufacturers (OEMs), Wavestore has dedicated agents and business partners in every major region of the world, including a permanent office in Florida, serving the USA, Canada and Mexico.
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