Published on 3 December, 2014
|Samsung Techwin's products were evaluated to ensure that they comply with Network Rail's safety standards
Samsung Techwin cameras, domes, recorders and Ethernet switches within its IP network video surveillance range, have been approved for use within Network Rail infrastructure.
The issuing of the PADS Certificate of Acceptance follows a process during which the Samsung Techwin video surveillance products were evaluated and comprehensively tested to ensure that they are reliable, fit for purpose and comply with Network Rail’s demanding standards in respect of safety.
“This is a significant landmark for Samsung Techwin as PADS approval means that consultants, system designers and specifiers can include our products in their proposals and be confident that they will be acceptable to Network Rail’s project managers,” said Simon Shawley, Director, Northern Europe for the Security Solutions division of Samsung Techwin Europe Ltd. “The rail sector offers considerable new business opportunities for installers and systems integrators and we are therefore understandably very pleased that we can now offer high performance video surveillance solutions which, as well as being robust and reliable, will meet the safety requirements of security projects within the Network Rail infrastructure.”
Among the products approved are Samsung Techwin’s ‘open platform’ WiseNetIII high definition megapixel cameras. These offer users the freedom to choose the perfect combination of edge based video analytics and video management software (VMS) which best matches the requirements of individual projects.
The PADS Certificate of Acceptance issued by Network Rail also provides approval for a number of Samsung Techwin analogue cameras and DVRs. Click here to view a complete list of the products covered that have been PADS approved.