Published on 18 January, 2008
Dedicated Micros - part of AD Group - plans to use IIPSEC 2008 (29 - 31 January) to underline the industry-leading IP capabilities of its NetVu Connected CCTV solutions, by spotlighting innovations from real time and high definition recording to embedded video analytics.
One of the most significant product launches at IIPSEC 2008 for Dedicated Micros is the new DV-IP HD video server which will be introduced as the centrepiece of a High Definition (HD) CCTV area on the DM stand. This powerful addition to the DV-IP family offers end users a full desktop High Definition CCTV system that has been designed specifically to operate in association with the company's advanced CamVu 2000 mega pixel camera.
Another key focus for IIPSEC 2008 will be the intelligent application of CCTV through products such as the SD Range that have an embedded video analytics capability designed-in from the start. Dedicated Micros believes that it is the first manufacturer to be able to offer such a truly integrated, embedded software and hardware, platform, particularly in the mid-range market. Video analytics packages that can now be enabled via a simple upgrade license on a wide range of NetVu Connected systems comprise: Object Left, Object Removed, People Counting, ANPR (Automatic Number Plate Recognition) and Perimeter Protection.
Dedicated Micros will also have a control room mock-up on stand during the show, providing the ideal opportunity to showcase the HighVu Excel enterprise range. This is a modular, expandable, high performance, CCTV recording and IP transmission solution with an embedded analytics and scalable video wall capability.
Also in evidence at IIPSEC 2008, following on from the landmark deal agreed by AD Group - the parent company of Dedicated Micros - will be the award-winning Baxall ICE range of mini-domes and cameras, which are now being marketed and sold by DM.
When it comes to CCTV on the move, visitors to the DM stand will be able to appreciate AD Group's extensive transport and mobile CCTV portfolio, including PatrolVu from TSS (Traffic Safety Systems) which has been used so successfully by the police and local authorities to combat crime and anti-social behaviour.
Also on view will be TransVu Express from AD Network Video, a compact and lightweight solution targeted at smaller bus operators, public service vehicles, taxis, and suitable for covert and mobile surveillance.
Additionally, there will be an opportunity to see the dual purpose TransVu Media that allows advertising messages to be supplied to passengers on the move whilst, crucially, providing an all-important CCTV recording capability.
As well as the on-stand activities, Dedicated Micros has been asked to deliver a number of keynote seminars during IIPSEC 2008, including a Network Video Masterclass on 'Seamless CCTV' (29 January, 11.00 am, Hall 2, Theatre 1); a presentation on IP Solutions in Transportation, highlighting 'Station Security for Southern' (29 January, 3.00 pm, Hall 2, Theatre 3) and, finally, under IP Solutions in Health and Education focusing on 'Campus Security at DeMontfort University' (30 January, 3.30 pm, Hall 2, Theatre 3).