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Mitsubishi Electric display their latest products at IFSEC 2008

Mitsubishi Electric, a world leader in the innovative design and manufacture of advanced security solutions, will be exhibiting once again at this year's IFSEC, one of the industry's leading events.At this year's exhibition, Mitsubishi will be unveiling for the first time in the UK a new range of MPEG-4 digital security recorders as well as a selection of IP cameras, alongside Mitsubishi's highly regarded JPEG2000 DVR range, LCD display panels, large format DLP™ display wall solutions and...

IndigoVision wins prestigious Frost & Sullivan Award

IndigoVision, the leading supplier of complete IP Video and Alarm management solutions, has been honoured by Frost & Sullivan with the prestigious 2008 European Network Video Surveillance Award for Customer Value Enhancement.  The award is presented each year to the company that has demonstrated more innovative, value creation and enhancement strategies than competing vendors.This Award has been presented to IndigoVision in recognition of the company's ability to offer a complete range...

Fibre Optech to exhibit at IFSEC 2008

Fibre Optech, the distributor of physical security and cabling solutions for the security and communication markets, will be once again attending the IFSEC exhibition which is being held at the NEC in Birmingham from 12 to 15 May.  The IFSEC show is in its 35th year and covers every aspect of security.  The event is one not to be missed, as it plays host to over 10 key industry technologies including CCTV, physical security and security solutions.Fibre Optech will be showcasing th...

Axis network cameras on Norway's railways

Axis Communications' network cameras will be installed on trains in Norway.  Axis' partner, ESP Group, a systems integrator which specialises in intelligent video surveillance, has received an order for a security solution from Norway's state railway company, NSB.  Initially the order comprises around 3,200 AXIS 209FD-R and AXIS 221 network cameras with a potential for additional installations.  Axis network cameras are a key part of a solution to improve on-board security for NSB...

Verint to demonstrate end-to-end networked video surveillance solutions at IFSEC

Verint Systems Inc. recently announced that it will exhibit the very latest developments within its proven range of Nextiva IP video surveillance solutions at IFSEC 2008 on stand 13031 in hall 20 at the NEC, Birmingham, UK on 12-15 May 2008.Verint will demonstrate the latest features of its Nextiva Video Management software, including CamAlert, an advanced analytics application that delivers automated alerts when cameras are blocked or out of focus.Verint will highlight its end-to-end analytics-...

Axis takes video surveillance to new heights

Axis Communications, the global leader in the network video market, recently announced the introduction of a new generation of network video products built upon Axis' in-house developed ARTPEC-3 chip.  This new generation of products includes the H.264 video compression standard which is more cost efficient and will simplify deployment and management of large systems.With the introduction of a new generation of network video solutions, Axis takes video surveillance to new heights. ...

Lens manufacturer SENKOADL to exhibit at IFSEC

Lens manufacturer SENKOADL is one of few Asian producers to offer extensive warehousing in the UK, allowing distributors to work on short lead times and integrators to obtain units quickly. At IFSEC 2008, SENKOADL will be exhibiting its range of vari-focal, fixed and zoom lenses which are being specified at major projects across Europe.  Recent applications include traffic monitoring in the city of Edinburgh, machine vision at a car plant in Germany and quality control at a food packag...

Basler Vision Technologies enters the IP camera market

Basler AG, one of the world's leading machine vision companies, is entering the IP camera market.  At the IFSEC 2008 in Birmingham, the company will present an innovative IP camera series for the surveillance market.  Based in Ahrensburg, Germany, Basler has more than 20 years of experience in the industrial machine vision market.  The company has developed and produced digital cameras for industrial, medical, and traffic system applications for over 10 years.  The Basler bra...

IndigoVision extends True IP camera range

At IFSEC 2008, IndigoVision will be showing a range of new vandal resistant fixed IP domes.  These are the latest additions to the company's True IP camera family and are designed to work with their integrated end-to-end IP video solution. IndigoVision's new internal and external vandal resistant fixed IP domes are high-end professional CCTV cameras that incorporate a Sony EXview HAD CCD Sensor and the company's class-leading MPEG-4 or H.264 compression, ensuring excellent performance....

D-Tec confirmed as Video Smoke Detection (VSD) market leader by IMS Research report

The latest research findings, published by IMS Research, have confirmed D-Tec's position as the global leader in the fast growing area of Video Smoke Detection (VSD), and the number one provider in key regional markets.In the IMS Research report, entitled: "World Market for Fire Detection and Suppression Products", D-Tec - part of AD Group - heads up the Video Smoke Detection category with an impressive market share of 41.3%, based on IMS Research analysis of 2006 data, way ahead of it...

VIVOTEK awarded the "Technology Fast 500 Asia Pacific 2007" by Deloitte

VIVOTEK has won the "Technology Fast 500 Asia Pacific 2007", awarded by Deloitte, for its remarkable revenue growth rates since 2005.  The ranking lists the top 500 companies in Asia Pacific for the outstanding achievement of fastest rates in annual revenue growth. Owen Chen, the chairman of VIVOTEK, commented: "This prestigious award is an honourable affirmation for VIVOTEK.  This achievement not only demonstrates our excellent capabilities in sales and marketing strate...

Axis and Raytec demonstrate the importance of effective surveillance lighting

Axis Communications, the global leader in network video, teamed up with leading surveillance lighting manufacturer Raytec to stage a test night at Axis' Hertfordshire headquarters to demonstrate the effectiveness of using network video with infrared or white light LED lighting.Twenty Axis partners attended the Axis/Raytec test night at Axis' UK headquarters close to Hitchin in Hertfordshire on 4th February 2008.  The attendees watched a series of presentations from Axis and Raytec which exp...