Security News » Security installers and integrators http://www.securitynewsdesk.com Security News, Publishing, Products and more... Sun, 20 Apr 2014 07:00:31 +0000 en-US hourly 1 From passive to active video surveillance – intelligent cameras from RIVA http://www.securitynewsdesk.com/2014/04/17/passive-active-video-surveillance-intelligent-camera-riva/ http://www.securitynewsdesk.com/2014/04/17/passive-active-video-surveillance-intelligent-camera-riva/#comments Thu, 17 Apr 2014 10:52:48 +0000 http://www.securitynewsdesk.com/?p=42691 IP cameras with special analytic filters are used as a marketing tool to gain data about customer behaviour and thus optimise marketing activities.

The post From passive to active video surveillance – intelligent cameras from RIVA appeared first on Security News.

]]>

Einkaufszentrum Kalibrierung 2In retail stores surveillance cameras are no longer used only to prevent and explain shoplifting and burglary. Nowadays IP cameras with special analytic filters are also used as a marketing tool to gain data about customer behaviour and thus optimise marketing activities.

Out of several filters offered by RIVA, an individual analysis package can be designed to meet requirements of the different retail stores. The counting filter is probably the most important filter. Using this filter, customers, who walk through a predefined zone inside the store or crossing a counting line for example at entrances and exits, can be counted without any problems, even in crowds.

Knowing the exact number of customers, several optimisation measures can be adopted. For example, by examining this data, it can be determined, if marketing activities were successful or if products should be placed differently. Also staff schedules can be adapted to the number of customers. Detailed information, which optimisation measures result from the RIVA counting filter, are given in the RIVA case study using the example of the Croatian retail chain Pevec. (rivatech.de/en/about-riva/press-releases).

Another important filter is the dwell filter. Applying this filter, retailers can check if customers dwell within a specific zone, for example at cash points, longer than determined. If customers queue too long at cash points, an alarm can be triggered directly and additional staff can be deployed. As a result waiting times are reduced and customer satisfaction increases. With the people tracking filter objects are tracked in defined areas to analyze walkways and thus improve the store layout or product placement.

RC 3402IR dome

RC 3402IR dome

RIVA´s RC3202HD dome, RC 3402IR dome and RIVA´s RC3302HD remote controllable dome are optimal suitable for retail stores. RIVA´s RC3302HD IP-camera for indoor applications has a remote controllable pan and tilt function as well as a remote zoom/focus control. Thus the camera can be focused via mouse click automatically. The installation can be made easily and quickly even by people with limited technical knowledge.

All zones and lines can be set up individually due to an individual VCA setting for each position. Ten predefined positions can be monitored automatically via a timer function. RIVAs RC3402IR is also suitable for indoor applications. The new RIVA camera is equipped with ten integrated high power IR-LED’s and thus achieves an illumination distance up to 15m. RIVA´s RC3202HD for indoor usage is especially designed for projects with high camera volumes. Combined with the special video analytic filters, all three cameras offer an optimal basis for marketing activities.

More Information:

http://rivatech.de/en

The post From passive to active video surveillance – intelligent cameras from RIVA appeared first on Security News.

]]>
http://www.securitynewsdesk.com/2014/04/17/passive-active-video-surveillance-intelligent-camera-riva/feed/ 0
Security Industry ‘Tough Mudders’ – Join the team if you are tough enough http://www.securitynewsdesk.com/2014/04/15/security-industry-tough-mudders/ http://www.securitynewsdesk.com/2014/04/15/security-industry-tough-mudders/#comments Tue, 15 Apr 2014 14:48:36 +0000 http://www.securitynewsdesk.com/?p=42587 John Guest of Eligo Recruitment, Chris Worrall of ATEC and Nick Stannard and Luke Webster of Total Security Summit are to tackle the ‘Tough Mudder’ event.

The post Security Industry ‘Tough Mudders’ – Join the team if you are tough enough appeared first on Security News.

]]>

Tough-Mudder-2012 (2)John Guest of Eligo Recruitment and Chris Worrall of ATEC are joining forces with Nick Stannard and Luke Webster of Total Security Summit to tackle the “Tough Mudder“ event on 26th April.

The obstacle course will test their strength, stamina, mental grit and camaraderie. They will be enduring electric shocks, ice water tunnels and fire walls, all with plenty of mud, not to mention the 12 miles they have to run.

Are you a ‘Tough Mudder’ and want to join them? There is still time to join the team if you are tough enough! Alternatively you can support them and the Jeans for Genes charity by sponsoring them.

To join the team contact John Guest johng@eligo.co.uk.

To sponsor them visit their fundraising page.

The post Security Industry ‘Tough Mudders’ – Join the team if you are tough enough appeared first on Security News.

]]>
http://www.securitynewsdesk.com/2014/04/15/security-industry-tough-mudders/feed/ 0
SmartMapping integrates with FUSION-Core-Solar software http://www.securitynewsdesk.com/2014/04/14/smartmapping-integrates-fusion-core-solar-software/ http://www.securitynewsdesk.com/2014/04/14/smartmapping-integrates-fusion-core-solar-software/#comments Mon, 14 Apr 2014 10:45:14 +0000 http://www.securitynewsdesk.com/?p=42516 Meyertech has announced the integration of Smart Maps with FUSION-Core-Solar VMS. Smartmapping is one of the UKs foremost 3D visualisation studios.

The post SmartMapping integrates with FUSION-Core-Solar software appeared first on Security News.

]]>

Meyertech has announced the integration of Smart Maps technology with FUSION-Core-Solar VMS.

Screen Shot 2014-04-14 at 11.39.16Smartmapping is one of the UKs foremost 3D visualisation studios. With over 30 years of experience in creating stunning images, the technology partnership between Meyertech and Smartmapping will transform the user experience through the use of enhanced graphics providing end users with a holistic understanding of the buildings they want to protect.

Screen Shot 2014-04-14 at 11.39.23

Speaking on the integration Michael Smart of Smartmapping declared:

‘’Smartmapping has over 30 years’ experience in the CCTV industry, combine this with our unique 3D visualisation skills and we can provide accurate, consistent and well-designed maps for any organisation’’.

‘’The enhancement of FUSION (VMS) with our Smartmapping Technology means the end user can benefit from ease of use, be able to react quickly and make accurate camera selection choices during emergencies or incidents. New users will be able to operate the system without prior site knowledge as the site plans will be available for them instantly’’.

‘’ People interpret and visualise 2D drawings with varying degrees of success, 3D plans are easier to understand as they allow a person who has little experience in reading architectural drawings to understand a space instantly, thus helping the end client and operators to truly visualise how a space will be utilised’’.

The quality and resolution of our maps are clear and concise, pinpointing locations within buildings and public spaces to enable operators to react quickly and efficiently.  

‘’Smartmapping will enhance the FUSION VMS by providing a visually exciting intuitive display to compliment an excellent VMS system’’.

Screen Shot 2014-04-14 at 11.39.30

Screen Shot 2014-04-14 at 11.39.36

(Examples of Fusion & Smartcomm Maps)

Speaking on the integration, CRM and Business Development Executive David Wood declared:

The ease with which 3D Smartmapping integrates with FUSION-Core-Solar reinforces its position as the leading VMS solution. At Meyertech we work closely with CCTV Managers and Operators to ensure that the look-and-feel of our software meets the expectations of the end user. This new 3D mapping quite literally adds a whole new dimension to the GIS maps already available within FUSION. Operators can quickly navigate to street level maps and seamlessly switch to internal 3D building layouts with the scroll of a mouse wheel or the click of a hyperlink’’ 

For the latest on Meyertech Innovation, Technology and Initiatives visit our website:  www.meyertech.co.uk

 

The post SmartMapping integrates with FUSION-Core-Solar software appeared first on Security News.

]]>
http://www.securitynewsdesk.com/2014/04/14/smartmapping-integrates-fusion-core-solar-software/feed/ 0
HDBaseT Alliance at NAB 2014: MuxLab to unveil HDBaseT-enabled Extenders http://www.securitynewsdesk.com/2014/04/14/hdbaset-alliance-nab-2014-muxlab-unveil-hdbaset-enabled-extenders/ http://www.securitynewsdesk.com/2014/04/14/hdbaset-alliance-nab-2014-muxlab-unveil-hdbaset-enabled-extenders/#comments Mon, 14 Apr 2014 10:08:55 +0000 http://www.securitynewsdesk.com/?p=42507 HDBaseT Alliance exhibit at the annual NAB Show will feature two new MuxLab HD-SDI extenders, part of an ever-growing ecosystem of HDBaseT-enabled extenders

The post HDBaseT Alliance at NAB 2014: MuxLab to unveil HDBaseT-enabled Extenders appeared first on Security News.

]]>

Screen Shot 2014-04-14 at 11.04.53The HDBaseT Alliance exhibit at the annual NAB Show will feature two new MuxLab HD-SDI extenders, part of an ever-growing ecosystem of HDBaseT-enabled extenders, matrixes and switchers for various broadcasting installations. The MuxLab extenders allow the transmission of HD-SDI up to 100 meters via Cat5e/6 cable, enabling a move away from coaxial cable that is more expensive and difficult to work with in the field.

HDBaseT enables all-in-one connectivity between HD video sources and remote displays through a single 100m CAT5e/6 cable, delivering uncompressed high definition video, including 4K, audio, Ethernet, control signals and up to 100 watts of power. Powered by the Valens chipset, HDBaseT has become a global digital connectivity standard with a large and varied product ecosystem that includes video distribution equipment, displays, projectors and AV receivers from more than 90 manufacturers.

Screen Shot 2014-04-14 at 11.03.09The HDBaseT Alliance booth (#SU 11914) will feature live demonstrations of how HDBaseT can reduce the costs and complexities of installations.

“Our HD-SDI over HDBaseT extenders enable the use of a more cost-efficient HDMI or HDBaseT display instead of a more costly HD-SDI monitor in video production applications,” said Daniel Assaraf, President, MuxLab. “HDBaseT has become a global standard for digital connectivity, and integrating the technology into our products will enable our customers to reduce the complexities and costs of their projects”

“MuxLab is one of the newest members of the HDBaseT Alliance and brings a proven track record of providing high-quality solutions to the broadcasting industry,” said Micha Risling, Marketing Committee Chair, the HDBaseT Alliance.

More Information:

To schedule a one-on-one demonstration at the HDBaseT Alliance booth (SU 11914), please email press@hdbaset.org.

The post HDBaseT Alliance at NAB 2014: MuxLab to unveil HDBaseT-enabled Extenders appeared first on Security News.

]]>
http://www.securitynewsdesk.com/2014/04/14/hdbaset-alliance-nab-2014-muxlab-unveil-hdbaset-enabled-extenders/feed/ 0
Oprema creates truly bespoke solutions for unique security projects http://www.securitynewsdesk.com/2014/04/14/more-than-just-a-distributor-oprema-provides-truly-unique-solutions/ http://www.securitynewsdesk.com/2014/04/14/more-than-just-a-distributor-oprema-provides-truly-unique-solutions/#comments Mon, 14 Apr 2014 09:46:18 +0000 http://www.securitynewsdesk.com/?p=42503 Oprema, based in Cardiff, is more than just a middleman supplier. It is a company dedicated to sourcing and supplying security equipment products worldwide.

The post Oprema creates truly bespoke solutions for unique security projects appeared first on Security News.

]]>

Matt Epps, Managing Director, Oprema

Matt Epps, Managing Director, Oprema

Oprema, based in Cardiff, is more than just a middleman supplier. It is a company dedicated to sourcing and supplying security equipment products to the trade worldwide, specialising in IP and HD solutions together with Analogue CCTV, Access Control, Door Entry, Fire and Intruder products. 

The multi-brand distributor is driven by a team of talented individuals with years of installer experience. Collectively, the team has over 100 years of technical and product knowledge, which is invaluable when it comes to selecting the latest equipment and partners to bolster Oprema’s product portfolio.

This level of experience ensures an excellent quality of customer service from an informed sales team. Oprema also has a skilled technical support team that is capable of creating utterly bespoke and unique solutions for installers faced with challenging projects.

The distributor prides itself on understanding its customers’ needs, according to Tim Duggan, Technical Director and co-founder of Oprema.  “Our strength lies in our extensive understanding of existing and emerging technologies in the market.  Many of us, including the sales team, have installer experience,” said Duggan. “Therefore, we know exactly what our customers’ projects involve so we have the distinct ability to empathise with their needs. Added to this we provide certified installer training courses to help our customers understand the technology we supply.”

He added that it’s this approach, and a close working relationship between the technical and sales teams, that has led to Oprema developing an assortment of unique security solutions.

One such project is a hydrogen powered CCTV system with clean energy company BOC.  Duggan worked closely with BOC to ensure the final solution was tailored to the specific needs of the installation company and their end user.

Duggan said, “We teamed up with BOC in December 2012 to design and build a fully monitored, hydrogen-powered CCTV system for use at remote construction sites. The primary obstacle to the installation was the isolated environment of the construction site, leaving very limited access to power. After carefully drawing up a suitable technical specification, we set about designing a three-camera system that incorporated a fully functional dome powered by BOC’s Hymera silent hydrogen generator.”

The equipment specification that Oprema devised included a specially designed low-voltage DVR to connect to the client’s monitoring station, which was built and commissioned in-house at the Oprema head office. However, the installation was also designed with more than just efficiency in mind.

“We chose to use the BOC Hymera hydrogen generator as a power supply for more than its convenience and ease of use,” Duggan said. “One cylinder of hydrogen lasts seven days, making it more cost effective by reducing the amount of manned maintenance hours compared to a standard diesel or petrol generator. In addition, the only waste generated is water vapour, meaning the installation has a very low impact on the immediate environment.”

The final result was a system robust enough to operate effectively in the isolated location, with the low-voltage DVR, control module and router housed in a specifically designed weather-proof lockable enclosure. The system proved itself a success within the first two weeks of installation, detecting and preventing two thefts at the construction site, which later led to arrests.

Another installation company approached Oprema hoping to find a solution to a similar problem.

Duggan explains, “On this occasion we teamed up with a company called GB Sol who specialise in manufacturing solar PV modules and mounting systems. Using solar power they managed to enable the two cameras and two wireless transmitters to feed images back to a surveillance office a kilometre away, all year round.”

The support available to Oprema’s customers – over the phone, through remote access and in person – is not the only reason they continue to choose the distributor according to Managing Director, Matthew Epps.

He summed up his company’s philosophy and approach: “We work with respected companies and manufacturers such as Paxton, Milestone Systems, Etrovision, Panasonic, Comelit, Hochiki, Advanced Electronics, Flir and many more.  Anything is possible, but sometimes customers are simply unaware of the options available to them. It is our goal to make sure they get the very best solution by making use of our knowledge.”

You can find out more about Oprema and its range of products on its website.

Links:
Oprema website

 

 

The post Oprema creates truly bespoke solutions for unique security projects appeared first on Security News.

]]>
http://www.securitynewsdesk.com/2014/04/14/more-than-just-a-distributor-oprema-provides-truly-unique-solutions/feed/ 0
Complimentary Avigilon case study http://www.securitynewsdesk.com/2014/04/14/complimentary-avigilon-case-study/ http://www.securitynewsdesk.com/2014/04/14/complimentary-avigilon-case-study/#comments Mon, 14 Apr 2014 08:49:13 +0000 http://www.securitynewsdesk.com/?p=42533 Accurate and effective video surveillance can play an important role in the ongoing performance of a business, no matter what industry you’re in.

The post Complimentary Avigilon case study appeared first on Security News.

]]>

Avigilon logo - megapixel CCTV surveillance video solutionsAccurate and effective video surveillance can play an important role in the ongoing performance of a business, no matter what industry you’re in. However, every industry has different needs, requirements and regulations that require unique and specific approaches to how a video surveillance solution is deployed.

To show you how high-definition video can address the challenges faced by businesses in your industry, we’ve put together a case study that explains how one of our customers has taken the use of video surveillance to the next level, using Avigilon’s high-definition surveillance solutions.

Want to access your copy today? Click here to download a copy of the case study.

We hope that this case study shows how Avigilon’s high-definition solutions can benefit you. If you have any questions about this case study – or need any other information about Avigilon’s end-to-end solutions – please find the Avigilon sales representative in your region using our sales locator tool.

The post Complimentary Avigilon case study appeared first on Security News.

]]>
http://www.securitynewsdesk.com/2014/04/14/complimentary-avigilon-case-study/feed/ 0
Down Hall starts phased upgrade to IDIS DirectIP HD CCTV System http://www.securitynewsdesk.com/2014/04/11/hall-starts-phased-upgrade-idis-directip-hd-cctv-system/ http://www.securitynewsdesk.com/2014/04/11/hall-starts-phased-upgrade-idis-directip-hd-cctv-system/#comments Fri, 11 Apr 2014 10:13:39 +0000 http://www.securitynewsdesk.com/?p=42453 Down Hall, one of England's best country house hotels, has installed IDIS DirectIP using a phased approach to upgrade from its existing legacy analogue CCTV.

The post Down Hall starts phased upgrade to IDIS DirectIP HD CCTV System appeared first on Security News.

]]>

Down Hall 1 (2)Down Hall, one of England’s most established country house hotels, has installed IDIS DirectIP using a phased approach to upgrade from its existing legacy analogue CCTV.  On the Hertfordshire and Essex border, Down Hall chose IDIS partner, Rutledge Integrated Systems (RIS), to manage the security upgrade following a refurbishment to include an exclusive gym, sauna and steam room facility.

IDIS DirectIP impressed with its HD performance, affordability, and the capability for a fast and simple phased install.  With significant experience implementing DirectIP across hotel and leisure complexes, RIS demonstrated the powerful full-HD and networked surveillance capability with a delivery plan that kept the impact on hotel operations to a minimum.

Now complete, the first phase of upgrading 70 cameras across the Down Hall estate includes a one-stop-shop and full-HD solution comprising a range of DirectIP mega-pixel cameras, network video recorders (NVR), bundled video management software, and network switches.  Covering the gym, sauna, steam room, and plant rooms, Down Hall is already realising the benefits of DirectIP surveillance through the improvement of staff and guest safety, and the ability to quickly identify any suspicious behaviour, while retrieval of footage has reduced from hours to minutes.

Down Hall 2 (2)Andrew Oxley, General Manager at Down Hall, noted, “IDIS DirectIP offered an affordable and compelling HD solution without the worry of on-going license fees.  The operational benefits in terms of saving time and the ability to quickly detect and respond to crime are immediate.  While we expect to significantly reduce our maintenance costs compared with the legacy system.  The RIS team ensured minimum disruption to staff and guests, making sure our new facilities opened on schedule as we head into our busiest period of the year.”

Andy Rutledge, Managing Director, RIS, added, “Our fifth DirectIP project, we knew we could offer a competitive solution combined with a staged roll out, which allowed us to install in hours rather than days.  The intuitive interface, very similar to analogue systems, means we then handed over to staff quickly and with minimum fuss.”

Packaged as a one-stop-shop affordable solution, comprising a range of IP cameras, network video recorders (NVR), video management software, and network accessories, DirectIP delivers unrivalled plug-and-play simplicity, combined with highest-quality performance, compatibility, and industry leading pricing.

For more information on DirectIP surveillance solutions, go to www.idisglobal.com or e-mail info@idisglobal.com.

The post Down Hall starts phased upgrade to IDIS DirectIP HD CCTV System appeared first on Security News.

]]>
http://www.securitynewsdesk.com/2014/04/11/hall-starts-phased-upgrade-idis-directip-hd-cctv-system/feed/ 0
Axis announces PoE+ over coax blade, multi-channel migration to IP solution http://www.securitynewsdesk.com/2014/04/10/axis-announces-poe-coax-blade-multi-channel-migration-ip-solution/ http://www.securitynewsdesk.com/2014/04/10/axis-announces-poe-coax-blade-multi-channel-migration-ip-solution/#comments Thu, 10 Apr 2014 10:38:25 +0000 http://www.securitynewsdesk.com/?p=42430 Axis Communications, the world leader in network video, today announces AXIS T8646 PoE+ over Coax Blade for multi-channel migration to IP.

The post Axis announces PoE+ over coax blade, multi-channel migration to IP solution appeared first on Security News.

]]>

Screen Shot 2014-04-10 at 11.13.05

AXIS T8646 PoE+ over Coax Blade

Axis Communications, the world leader in network video, today announces AXIS T8646 PoE+ over Coax Blade for multi-channel migration to IP. It enables the re-using of existing coax cabling when migrating to IP cameras.

There are several ways to migrate from analogue to digital surveillance systems. Making use of current infrastructure is an important consideration especially in large scale installations when re-cabling is not only costly but can also be very disruptive to everyday business. For instance, at hospitals or prisons, re-cabling might not even be possible as it would lead to severe interruption.

“This is a very strong alternative for customers to get the all benefits of IP video surveillance without having to make any significant changes to their existing infrastructure. The AXIS T8646 PoE+ over Coax Blade fits Axis’ video encoder chassis. Any combination of encoder blades and AXIS T8646 can be used simultaneously, so customers can migrate to IP in any pace they want. We are leading the way to migrate from analogue to digital video surveillance and are offering our customers paths that fit their current and future need”, says Erik Frännlid, Axis’ Director of Product Management, Axis Communications.

Screen Shot 2014-04-10 at 11.13.21To complement the solution, an AXIS T8642 Ethernet over Coax Device Unit PoE+ is used on the camera side. Both the device unit and the network camera can receive power over the Coax cable using the new rack-mountable AXIS T8082 and AXIS T8085 power supply solutions, making the installation and maintenance very effective.

AXIS T8646 will be sold as a single unit and in a kit that combines one AXIS T8646 blade with six AXIS T8642 device units. AXIS T8646 is planned to be available in Q2 2014 through Axis’ distribution channels.

More Information:

www.axis.com

The post Axis announces PoE+ over coax blade, multi-channel migration to IP solution appeared first on Security News.

]]>
http://www.securitynewsdesk.com/2014/04/10/axis-announces-poe-coax-blade-multi-channel-migration-ip-solution/feed/ 0
MuxLab announces release of LongReach HD-SDI to HDMI Extender Kit http://www.securitynewsdesk.com/2014/04/09/muxlab-releases-longreach-hd-sdi-extender-kit-longreach-hd-sdi-hdmi-extender-kit/ http://www.securitynewsdesk.com/2014/04/09/muxlab-releases-longreach-hd-sdi-extender-kit-longreach-hd-sdi-hdmi-extender-kit/#comments Wed, 09 Apr 2014 13:32:24 +0000 http://www.securitynewsdesk.com/?p=42418 MuxLab Inc. is excited to release its LongReach HD-SDI Extenders. Live demos of the MuxLab extenders can be seen at the NAB Show in Las Vegas at booth # SU11914.

The post MuxLab announces release of LongReach HD-SDI to HDMI Extender Kit appeared first on Security News.

]]>

Muxlab_logoMuxLab Inc. is excited to release its LongReach HD-SDI Extenders. Live demos of the MuxLab extenders can be seen at the NAB Show in Las Vegas at booth # SU11914.

The new extenders transmit HD-SDI signal over Cat5e/6 cable up to 500ft, adding an additional 170 feet to the current versions of the extenders.

The LongReach HD-SDI Extender Kit (model 500702) features LED diagnostics for sync, signal detect and supports transmission of up to 2.97/3.0 Gbps uncompressed, un-encrypted digital video within television facilities and between professional video equipment.

muxlabThe LongReach HD-SDI to HDMI Extender Kit (model 500716) converts HD-SDI to HDMI and then transmits it up to 500 feet via Cat5e/6 cable at all resolutions in a point-to-point configuration.

Daniel Assaraf, MuxLab’s President, states “these new extenders are the latest additions to our existing range of broadcast products and increase MuxLab’s line of structured cabling solutions for the broadcast market”.

“The demand for long distance HD-SDI transmission was increasing so we designed these products to meet those demands” states Ivan Khanikian, MuxLab’s Technical Support Manager.

MuxLab HD-SDI extenders now range in distance from 330 ft / 100m up to 500 ft / 150m.

For more information on the LongReach HD-SDI Extender Kit

For more information on the LongReach HD-SDI to HDMI Extender Kit 

For more information;

www.muxlab.com

press@muxlab.com

514-905-0588

The post MuxLab announces release of LongReach HD-SDI to HDMI Extender Kit appeared first on Security News.

]]>
http://www.securitynewsdesk.com/2014/04/09/muxlab-releases-longreach-hd-sdi-extender-kit-longreach-hd-sdi-hdmi-extender-kit/feed/ 0
Aimetis simplifies IP video system deployment with the launch of the A10D http://www.securitynewsdesk.com/2014/04/09/aimetis-simplifies-ip-video-system-deployment-launch-a10d-thin-client/ http://www.securitynewsdesk.com/2014/04/09/aimetis-simplifies-ip-video-system-deployment-launch-a10d-thin-client/#comments Wed, 09 Apr 2014 09:56:57 +0000 http://www.securitynewsdesk.com/?p=42398 Aimetis Corp., a global leader in intelligent network video management software, announced the launch of its Aimetis A10D Thin Client™.

The post Aimetis simplifies IP video system deployment with the launch of the A10D appeared first on Security News.

]]>

Aimetis-A10D_angle3 (2)Aimetis Corp., a global leader in intelligent network video management software, announced the launch of its Aimetis A10D Thin Client™. The Thin Client™ is a secure and cost-effective PC substitute, designed to readily decode 1080p Full HD video from over 30 network video camera manufacturers. The A10D is ideal for users who need more functionality than a traditional decoder, but want less complexity and fewer maintenance costs than a PC.

The Aimetis A10D boasts powerful image decoding capability; supports up to 60 FPS in 1080p; supports video streams in MJPEG, MPEG4, and H.264; and provides a single HDMI output. It is designed to be used in systems with Aimetis Symphony™ video management software or Aimetis E-Series Physical Security Appliances.

Compact design and intuitive user setup make the Aimetis A10D ideal for public view monitors in retail applications and video walls in large-scale deployments. The total cost of ownership, as compared to a PC solution, is less due to simplified IT management and reduced end user training.

Key features include:

  • 1080p video decoding from multiple camera brands simultaneously in full frame rate
  • Customised camera layouts
  • Simplified installation with Power over Ethernet (IEEE 802.3af) and optional VESA mount kit
  • Anti-theft support with Kensington Security Slot
  • USB ports for use with keyboard and mouse
  • Browser interface for remote management
  • Easy camera layout selection using iPhone and Android remote apps

For more information, please visit: www.aimetis.com/ThinClient/  Follow Aimetis on Twitter @AimetisCorp. and on LinkedIn at LinkedIn.com/aimetis

For more information on Aimetis products and services in the UK, please contact the Security Buying Group on 0161 480 5922 or visit www.securitybuyinggroup.co.uk

The post Aimetis simplifies IP video system deployment with the launch of the A10D appeared first on Security News.

]]>
http://www.securitynewsdesk.com/2014/04/09/aimetis-simplifies-ip-video-system-deployment-launch-a10d-thin-client/feed/ 0