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IFSEC 2007: RVR 'first' to integrate IP into common front end

Published on 28 March, 2007

Remote Video Response (RVR) will be at IFSEC 2007 to demonstrate how it has become the first RVRC to fully integrate IP technology into a common front end in a move that signals a new era of flexibility, efficiency and convenience for installers and end-users alike.

Gone will be the reliance on 'conventional' ISDN lines and in its place a more cost-effective solution that does not penalise installers or their customers with heavy line-rental charges and individual call costs that all add financial burden to their customers.  As Colin Walters, General Manager of RVR states:  "IP is not a 'one call one line' technology."

The new integration capability has been brought about in partnership with Essa, with whom RVR has been working for many years in delivering state-of-the-art monitoring solutions.  The list of products supported by RVR through its new Chameleon Servers include all of the major manufacturers as well as the 'niche' technology providers: DM (NDS2, SD, DVIP); full integration of Vision Fire & Security's ADPRO range through a smart VCG integration; Hi-tel; Smart-tel; Cam-tel; and initsys.  Through Chameleon it is able to provide full integration of over 100 dedicated IP technologies.

As Colin explains: "Once again RVR has taken the lead in remote video surveillance, and is at the forefront of harnessing new technologies to deliver unrivalled services to installers and their customers.  IP is clearly the way of the future; it is proving itself as a credible form of transmitting data, where the cost of doing so is drastically reduced, and the efficiency similarly drastically increased."

"Whilst others have been 'jumping on the band wagon', our launch is the result of more than 18 months of analysis, research and trials, including considerable resource allocated to overcome the former 'Achilles heel' of IP monitoring and ensure that the security of the data being transmitted is robust."

As well as the new front end, RVR will also be demonstrating how it is investing significantly in new recording systems compliant with latest regulations and guidelines for providing evidential quality recordings.

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