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Future Fibre Technologies adds FFT CAMS™ integration solution to its fibre optic perimeter intrusion detection systems

Published on 24 January, 2013

Future Fibre Technologies (FFT) announced recently that it has released the latest camera integration to its world leading fibre optic perimeter intrusion detection systems. This integration from FFTs PIDS systems to more than 500 different ONVIF compliant security cameras delivers a seamless solution for controlling high quality CCTV images whenever a perimeter intrusion alarm is received. 

Alec Owen, International Client Manger of Future Fibre Technologies says, “Driving this IP-based physical security standard is the Open Network Video Interface Forum (ONVIF), an open industry group formed to standardise on how IP-based security devices including CCTV video surveillance and other IP-based products and systems communicate with each other, independent of the manufacturer. This gives users the freedom to choose from hundreds of ONVIF compliant cameras and camera control systems without being locked into one specific vendor and their particular range of offerings.”

Dr. Jim Katsifolis, CTO of FFT adds, “We are very excited about this development because it not only continues to demonstrate the powerful integration capabilities of FFTs PIDS systems, but also highlights the importance of seamlessly integrating all of the key elements of a security system into a common ONVIF compliant operating environment.”

Key features of this FFT CAMS™ integration include:

Sending ONVIF cameras to presets when an intruder is detected

Displaying a live video stream from these cameras

Flexible interfacing to a broad range of security management systems through the FFT    CAMS™ graphical user interface including intuitive multilingual screens with true client/server configuration, GPS integration and GIS mapping

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