Published on 21 April, 2010
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Optelecom-NKF, Inc., a leading global supplier of advanced video surveillance equipment and the manufacturer of Siqura surveillance solutions, announced its intention to participate in the IFSEC 2010 tradeshow as a key sponsor.
As visitors traverse the various booths at the IFSEC tradeshow this year in Birmingham, UK, they might very well notice that Optelecom-NKF's Siqura surveillance solutions display something unique among the diverse exhibits. This year, Optelecom-NKF will show more than just quality equipment; it will reveal its capacity to develop project-specific solutions for every surveillance situation.
Software for supervising your surveillance system:
For example, Optelecom-NKF will put its two new video content analysis (VCA) applications on display. Each of these VCA programs has recently been integrated into the Siqura S-64 E video server and checks the status or well-being of the attached camera by monitoring the camera's position and image quality. When something is amiss, the applications trigger an alarm to promptly alert operators, thereby guaranteeing quality video material while at the same time reducing unnecessary maintenance costs.
The most efficient and compact eight-channel encoder on the market:
Additionally, the new eight-channel, low-power Siqura S-68 E encoder will give IFSEC visitors a glimpse of the most energy-efficient and compact video streaming solution currently available.
Optelecom-NKF will also offer a preview of its PTZ IP dome camera that includes a flexible SFP interface for directly connecting to a fibre optic network
The first ever AID video server:
The now well-known and award-winning Siqura TrafficServer will also be on exhibit. This innovative product is the first video server ever to be integrated with automatic incident detection (AID) technology.
Optelecom-NKF will also demonstrate its video server box, a robust H.264 encoding solution that was developed last year to meet the stringent electrical, mechanical, and electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) requirements of EN 50155, requisites which were needed for a major national railway surveillance project.
Innovative fibre optic IP dome:
Optelecom-NKF will also offer a preview of its PTZ IP dome camera that includes a flexible SFP interface for directly connecting to a fibre optic network. The Siqura fibre optic IP dome will be released in the summer of 2010.
High-definition ONVIF compliant box camera:
Optelecom-NKF will also show its first ONVIF-compliant, high-definition camera (with 720p and 1080p versions), which will be released this coming summer.
While this array of examples demonstrates Optelecom-NKF's ability to fulfil the needs both of its customers as well as the industry, it also shows how Siqura solutions are essentially dynamic and can be tailored to any video networking need. Consequently, the Optelecom-NKF booth (Hall 4, E75) may prove to be the best place for an open and lively conversation about how best to customise a video surveillance network for a specific situation.
"At Optelecom-NKF, we create innovative and reliable video surveillance solutions according to our customers' needs," explains Optelecom-NKF's Global Marketing Director, Mario van der Kroef. "As a key sponsor at the IFSEC exhibition, we will offer IFSEC visitors a similar taste of the complete and straightforward Siqura package. From the helpful exhibitor's floor plan guide we provide at the entrance to the Siqura café, where visitors can take a break in the middle of the day, we are eager to show guests at IFSEC just how hassle-free life can be when you are working with Siqura surveillance solutions."