Surveon Technology is pleased to announce that one of Malaysia’s leading healthcare services provider has deployed Surveon’s solutions as their partner for security application. With Surveon’s end-to-end surveillance solutions, including 32 cameras with three different form factors, two professional NVRs with RAID protection for 30-days of recording, and Surveon Enterprise VMS (CMS) with video analytics for active alarm, the offices, warehouse, cold storage, and the perimeter of factory are under solid surveillance protection to ensure safety and the services can be delivered with the best quality.
Vicon announced that Guyette Communications, of Plymouth, PA, has completed installation of a district-wide Vicon Valerus video management solution (VMS) for the Delaware Valley School District. The system spans seven schools and surrounding campuses and includes approximately 400 Vicon megapixel cameras, multiple application servers, and NVRs running Valerus VMS software.
3xLOGIC, Inc., a leading provider of integrated intelligent security solutions announced that Fort Bend County, TX has begun to roll out 3xLOGIC’s infinias Intelli-M access control to over 30 different buildings and facilities throughout the county. Digital Air Control is the integrator and installer for this on-going project. The county has a total of 186 buildings and access control is installed at over 30 of the more important sites
06-03-2014 A luxury hotel and resort group has completed the first installation of Idis DirectIP full-HD surveillance at its new flagship resort in Phuket, Thailand, as part of a wider DirectIP rollout programme. Commissioned ahead of the resort’s inauguration in December, the project is the first of twelve DirectIP solutions to be installed across the group’s new properties in Asia and North America. Ahead of opening the Phuket resort, the group’s security team needed to implement a modern and high performance HD video surveillance solution that would be unobtrusive and match the resorts luxury brand and image. The solution needed to ensure the safety and security of the resort’s guests and staff, while the implementation needed to meet extremely tight deadlines ahead of the inauguration in late 2013. In November 2013, the hotel group turned to their trusted systems integrator, Rutledge Integrated Systems (RIS). RIS worked in partnership with CCTV specialist’s iCenter HD to review a number of server-based surveillance solutions. After thorough evaluation, the team selected DirectIP, based on its innovative high performance combined with its capability for fast and simple implementation, affordable pricing and bundled Idis Center video management, requiring no ongoing licence fees. The complete end-to-end DirectIP solution, comprising 45 internal and external dome cameras and two 32-channel network video recorders (NVRs), is managed through the simple and intuitive Idis Center video management software (VMS). The IP-enabled and vandal proof range of one and two megapixel cameras, also feature pan-tilt-zoom, low light and audio functionality. Eighteen […]
Lakeport Police are asking for the public’s help in finding a man they say is responsible for a string of downtown burglaries committed last week. Jeffery William Stokes, 25, is sought in connection with break-ins at several Lakeport businesses. A second suspect, Kimberly Jo Harvey, 46, already is in custody. “It’s definitely a substantial case,” Lt. Jason Ferguson said Friday. Multiple items were stolen from each place, he said, declining to estimate the value of the items stolen. Harvey was arrested Jan. 9 on suspicion of burglary and possessing stolen property and burglary tools after police found her at a motel room that the hotel manager connected with a man matching Stokes’ description, police said. That man had been stealing coins from the motel’s laundry room, the manager told police. Video surveillance showed a man registering for a room under the name Stokes. The man’s appearance matched that of a man seen on video, along with a woman, on burglarizing a local dry cleaning business two days earlier, police said. An officer went to the room registered to Stokes. He was not there but police said the officer got verbal permission from a woman there, later identified as Harvey, to enter the motel room. The officer saw multiple items he believed to be stolen, including jewelry and blank checks. There also were bolt cutters and other devices considered to be burglary tools, police said. The Lake County District Attorney on Monday filed a complaint accusing Stokes, believed to be […]
Edimax IR-113E and PT-31E supported along with an additional 30+ models Taipei, Taiwan – September 10, 2013 Edimax Technology, a leading smart-connected home solutions provider, today announced that the ASUSTOR Surveillance Center for ASUSTOR NAS systems now offers full support for Edimax’s range of network cameras. The extensive range of award-winning Edimax network cameras which are supported, including the PT-31E and IR-113E, provide the functionality and flexibility to meet real-world surveillance requirements. With 26 years of expertise in the networking industry and a dedicated approach to engineering better and smarter user experiences, Edimax presents intelligent surveillance solutions which keep users at the heart of network technology evolution. Edimax is proud to partner with ASUSTOR, a leading innovator and provider of network storage solutions, and looks forward to a prosperous future relationship. The ASUSTOR Surveillance Center is a powerful and highly-flexible IP camera management system with a host of inventive and practical features. Support for the Edimax range of high-performance network cameras gives users tremendously powerful options for affordable, professional-grade surveillance systems for home and business. Both the pan/tilt functionality of the PT-31E, and the built in infrared capability of the IR-113E are incorporated into the ASUSTOR Surveillance Center for ASUSTOR NAS units. And ASUSTOR NAS devices are powered by the newly launched ADM 2.0 operating system which features a diverse and impressive range of backup, file transfer and entertainment functions. Together, Edimax and ASUSTOR present a comprehensive, smart and effective surveillance solution. Edimax products are designed to make real […]
10-09-2013 Gallery Place retail centre in Washington needed to install a new surveillance system because the existing server had been failing. They wanted to move towards IP technology while still utilising their existing analogue system, so they worked with Urban Alarm to deploy an Exacqvision hybrid server and Exacqvision video management system (VMS) software. Gallery Place is the ultimate urban retail destination. Located in the heart of Washington, D.C.’s Chinatown neighbourhood, it is within walking distance to many landmarks including the Washington Convention Center and the Verizon Center. Gallery Place offers shopping, dining and entertainment for Washington, D.C. residents and visitors. Being located near the metro bus stop and several major downtown attractions, Gallery Place relies heavily on its surveillance system. Visitors are on the premises 24 hours a day, seven days a week, whether it’s to park in the garage, go to the movies, shop, or dine. By installing the Exacqvision A-Series hybrid server Gallery Place was able to utilise their existing infrastructure while adding a new IP camera. The Exacqvision hybrid server combines analogue and IP camera inputs into one surveillance system. This allows the Gallery Place to easily transition to new IP technology and still use their current equipment. It also provides a scalable system for future expansion. of additional IP cameras and servers. They were able to continue to use their Pelco switch with the Exacqvision server. Since their officers were already trained on this, they felt comfortable with the system and were able to […]
Hi Folks – In this post, I’m examining how Broadberry (a Windows Storage Server partner) is working with Mirasys —a video surveillance solution provider—to leverage Windows Storage Server 2012 as the storage component of a complete video surveillance solution. This is a great workload for Windows Storage Server because it plays to several of its strengths, including its ease of deployment, ease of management, and cost-effectiveness when it comes to high-capacity, enterprise-class storage. I recently blogged about Broadberry , which has been selling Windows Storage Server solutions for as long as I can recall. Broadberry is reaching the video surveillance market by partnering with video surveillance solution providers, who package Windows Storage Server 2012 running on Broadberry servers together with cameras, video management software, and other components of a complete video surveillance solution. Mirasys, a leading provider of video management solutions for IP and analog camera surveillance, is one such Broadberry partner. Mirasys Carbon Video Management System (VMS) , the company’s flagship offering, is capable of supporting thousands of video recorders and hundreds of thousands of cameras. Components of a Mirasys Carbon solution often include: A Typical Deployment When a new hotel came to Mirasys for a future-proof, large-scale video management solution, Mirasys turned to Broadberry for the required application servers and storage servers. From a storage sizing perspective, the solution had to support more than five hundred high-resolution video cameras, with all video retained and readily accessible for 90 days—resulting in a required 500+ TB of total storage […]
Piper keeps your place secure, gives you a panoramic view of your home and makes it smarter. It’s the first home security and automation device that combines panoramic video, Z-Wave home automation, and environmental sensors into a single elegant product that you interact with on your smartphone or tablet. Blacksumac, however, believes it can seamlessly […]