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Videoswitch DVRs have been specified as part of the CCTV system upgrade at 45 City Link DepotsVideoswitch DVRs have been specified as part of the CCTV system upgrade at 45 City Link Depots and are to play a key role in the future rollout programme of new Depots."City Link is committed to protecting its properties against security, operational and business risks," said Stuart Godman, Sales & Marketing Director, "We have worked closely in partnership with Unique Integrated Systems to ensure that we invest in quality security systems and that they are upgraded continually. We have been happy to accept Unique Integrated Systems' advice that the Videoswitch DVR should be deployed because of its reputation for reliability and ease of use, as it is primarily a tool used by non security management personnel on a daily basis."The CCTV systems which are remotely monitored 24/7 by City Link's own central control room, are mainly used by City Link to prevent and detect security incidents. The systems, however, are also used to monitor Health & Safety, Operational and Security Procedure Compliance, and as a general management review tool, it provides data to identify preventative and corrective actions in many areas of operational activity."We have been pleased with the results achieved so far due to the quality of the images recorded," added Stuart Godman. "Video evidence has been used by the Police in criminal prosecutions and by City Link Management in disciplinary cases, as well as in reviewing many Health and Safety incidents."City Link is one of the UK's leading premium express delivery companies and is this year celebrating 40 years in business. It has a network of 100 depots, employs more than 6,500 people and operates a fleet of 3,500 vehicles. In recent months City Link has enjoyed a number of significant contract wins, invested over £2.5 million in I.T. development systems and continues with its investment in its Depot refurbishment.Paul Brown of Skelmersdale based Unique Integrated Systems said: "City Link Depots range in size from 25,000 to 65,000 sq ft and understanding the client's day-to-day operational requirements at each site is of course essential in order to be able to recommend an effective CCTV system. Our research on behalf of City Link led us to believe that the Videoswitch Vi405 Slimline DVR would be very easy to operate with City Link personnel being able to set-up recording between 1 and 999 days or by frame rate per camera. Video evidence can be retrieved by simply pressing a "Burn" key and the recorded video is then written onto a CD or DVD, using the DVR's built-in DVD writer".
Videoswitch digital video recorders have been installed in forty Nando's restaurants The Videoswitch DVRs are part of a sophisticated CCTV system installed by Abel Alarm Co. Ltd within Nando's restaurants to assist them in creating a safe and secure environment for staff and customers.Nando's are the UK's fastest growing restaurant chain, famous for flame-grilled PERi-PERi chicken. Nandos' management work hard to create a family orientated atmosphere in their restaurants and see CCTV as a valuable tool to deter and if necessary, detect would be troublemakers."The Videoswitch Vi305 DVR was specified by consultant Robyn Sones of The CCTV Advisory Service, who was retained by Nando's to advise on all aspects of CCTV in their restaurants," said Robert Steele, National Account Manager for Abel Alarm. "After winning the tender to install a complete range of security systems including intruder alarm and access control as well as CCTV systems, it soon became apparent to us, that the Vi305 was ideal for Nando's requirements and we very quickly established a great working relationship with the Videoswitch support team." Videoswitch, who are one of the UK's leading independent DVR manufacturers, take pride in being able to quickly respond to customers' requirements. This was clearly demonstrated during fulfilment of the Nando's contract when Videoswitch added functionality specified by Robyn Sones to the Vi305 to ensure that Nando's would get the very best out of their CCTV systems.
Buying out Quick CCTV will enable Videoswitch to expand its product portfolio"This is a great opportunity for Videoswitch, allowing us to strengthen our management team and expand our product portfolio to the benefit of both Videoswitch and Quick customers," said Roland Simmons, Videoswitch's Managing Director. "As far as Quick CCTV customers are concerned, we can assure them that it is ‘business as usual'. All employees are being retained and we are committed to providing full support and ongoing development of the Quick product range." Paul Hucker, Quick CCTV's Managing Director, has been invited to join the Videoswitch board of Directors whilst Glen Waterfall will be appointed Sales Manager.Videoswitch is a trading division of Ocean Systems Ltd. The company has been manufacturing high specification video products since 1984. The product range includes high performance DVRs with built in CD/DVD Writers and removable hard drives, high-resolution domes with built-in IR lighting and real time quads.
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