Transom Capital Group announced it has acquired Pelco, Inc. from Schneider Electric. Pelco is a global leader in the design, development, and manufacturing of predictive video security solutions including cameras, recording and management systems, software, and services. Pelco’s personal engagement with customers, resellers and technology partners drives the development and deployment of surveillance and security solutions with meaningful innovation.
Pelco by Schneider Electric, announced the immediate availability of the new Spectra Professional 4K cameras to their portfolio of high resolution (4K) fixed and Pan Tilt Zoom cameras. From license plates to faces, the rugged outdoor camera features state-of-the-art surveillance camera resolutions and compression standards to clarify details of interest in crowded or poorly lit areas such as city surveillance, airports, metro stations, waterways, roadways, bridges, and other outdoor commercial applications.
Pelco™ by Schneider Electric announced a new initiative to deliver fully-integrated, scalable solutions incorporating predictive and automation capabilities. The solutions-led approach helps end users better leverage technology to solve specific application problems, improve their organizations’ effectiveness and respond to a wide range of challenges using Pelco’s VideoXpert™ video management system software. The company will be showcasing a variety of solutions targeting specific markets including traffic management, law enforcement, transportation, oil and gas, casinos and education at ISC West 2018, booth #20031.
Pelco™ by Schneider Electric demonstrated how its advanced solutions and services address new threats and challenges facing cities at the Security & Counter Terror Expo (SCTX) in London. Pelco also participated in the SCTX CNI & Business Resilience Programme. Samantha Bamford, Consultant Relations Manager for Pelco by Schneider Electric, led the “Cyber Security and GDPR for Video Surveillance” session.
Pelco has announced a new integrated solution based on the Pelco VideoXpert™ VMS with Ipsotek’s VISuite 10.1 advanced video analytics platform. The integration provides a solution that increases security, reduces investigation time, and takes the complexity out of managing the video and associated analytics in an overall surveillance network.
This is another article in Security.World’s Company Grows series. We caught up with Stuart Rawling, Director of Business Development, Pelco by Schneider Electric and chatted about how Pelco has grown over the years. Stuart has been with Pelco for 14 years now and has seen a fair amount of change at the company over that decade. In 2007, French power company, Schneider Electric purchased Pelco for US$1.22 billion in an effort to enhance their building automation business. Pelco’s security and surveillance systems are most notably protecting Buckingham Palace, The Statue of Liberty, and China’s Presidential Palace.
According to a new study commissioned by Schneider Electric, companies across industries are increasingly leveraging the cloud for security applications, with 42 percent of respondents indicating they currently run security applications in the cloud and almost half (45 percent) stating they are likely or extremely likely to transition security operations to the cloud in the future. Organizations utilize the cloud for existing applications including data storage, human resources, email, and security are eager to continue adopting it for security operations.
Schneider Electric, the global specialist in energy management and automation, today introduced NetBotz™ 250 for more simplified data center physical security. This new low-cost, scalable rack access control and environmental monitoring appliance proactively monitors critical IT assets in real-time, protecting against physical threats, environmental risks, or human error that can disrupt IT operations and reduce reliability. NetBotz 250 can be used for IT deployments of varying applications, including environment monitoring only, rack access only or a combination of both.
Pelco by Schneider Electric recently announced that its industry-leading Esprit® Series integrated positioning system is now available in IP and high-definition (HD) with the new Esprit HD Series IP Positioning System. The Esprit HD provides users with crystal-clear, live streaming of images over the Internet using a standard web browser and delivers on the industry’s need for excellent performance and image qualify in all settings, including rugged environments.
Pelco by Schneider Electric announced that its industry-leading Esprit® Series integrated positioning system is now available in full 1080p high-definition (HD) with the new Esprit HD Series. The Esprit HD Positioning System provides users with crystal-clear, live streaming of images through a standard web browser, a Pelco VMS or integration to other video systems via an API or ONVIF S to deliver on the industry’s need for excellent performance and image quality in all settings, including rugged environments.
Pelco by Schneider Electric recently announced that they are strengthening their relationship with Avaya to deliver superior performance and simplicity to IP video security and surveillance customers. This global alliance partnership will enable deeper collaboration on technology development and interoperability, providing customers with an easy-to-install, easy-to-scale network platform optimized for demanding video surveillance systems.
Pelco by Schneider Electric announced the appointment of Kim Loy to the role of Vice President of Marketing for the Pelco Video Line of Business. In this role, Loy will drive strategic marketing initiatives on a global level in support of the company’s continued investment and commitment to its Pelco IP video surveillance solutions.
March Networks and Pelco by Schneider Electric have completed the integration of the March Networks Command video management system (VMS) with Sarix Series IP-cameras, Spectra HD dome PTZ, and Sarix TI thermal imaging camera systems. The integration provides organizations with greater flexibility when selecting an IP video surveillance solution and ensures faster, more cost-effective system […]
3M Cogent has announced that its MiY Biometric Access Control Readers have been added to Schneider Electric’s Andover Continuum integrated security and building management solutions. According to the company, specifically, MiY readers are now integrated with Andover Continuum CyberStation 1.91 or greater. The first complete integration of the MiY solution for user and credential management […]
02/18/2014 | 10:30am US/Eastern Recommend: COPENHAGEN – Milestone Systems, the open platform company in IP video management software is tightening relations with Pelco by Schneider Electric , a world-class leading manufacturer of IP cameras and IP video accessories. This collaboration is evolving for Pelco as a long-time Milestone Manufacturer Alliance Partner (MAP), in response to market demand. Milestone Channel Partners and customers now gain the advantage of new and deeper integrations between Pelco IP Cameras and Milestone Systems IP video management software (VMS). Going forward, Milestone Systems will provide deeper integration support for Pelcos IP-based cameras in the award-winning XProtect-familiy of open platform VMS. The closer relationship between Milestones open platform and Pelcos IP cameras enables partners and customers to explore the advanced capacities of Pelco cameras and Milestone XProtect video management software. This gives Milestone and Pelco active roles in shaping and driving the industry by better supporting the channel partners who create solutions to meet the diverse needs of customers worldwide. The support today of Pelco analytics with the latest version of Milestone device pack is already a good example of this cooperation. It gives our joint customers the possibility to use at the edge advance analytics and have events and information reported and managed by Milestone XProtect software. Christian Bohn , Milestone Systems VP Corporate Marketing & Alliances, says: "We are not only excited to further intensify our cooperation with a leading IP-based camera manufacturer like Pelco, we are also seeing great advantages for the market […]
Captain Darren Allison addressed the League of Women Voters forum last week on the DAC. A coalition of activists opposed to the construction of Oakland’s Domain Awareness Center say they’re ready to take the city to court to stop the controversial surveillance project. Brian Hofer, a lawyer working with the Oakland Privacy Working Group, is delivering a letter to Mayor Jean Quan, the city council, the city administrator, and the city attorney today. The letter states that the group will "seek judicial relief" to halt the project. Hofer and his clients claim that the planned contractor to carry out work on Phase 2 of the DAC, Schneider Electric, is also a nuclear weapons contractor, and that hiring the company would violate Oakland’s Nuclear Weapons Free Zone Ordinance. The Express reported on November 19, 2013 that all of the contractors under consideration for the contract to build the DAC were linked to nuclear weapons work , but that Schneider Electric seemed to have only indirect contracts, providing security cameras to a Navy nuclear weapons facility. Since then the Oakland Privacy Working Group uncovered detailed evidence of what they say is Schneider Electric’s close work with military and US Energy Department agencies that design, build, and deploy nuclear weapons systems. The letter delivered to the city today includes a photocopy of Schneider Electric marketing materials in which the company describes itself as a "global specialist" in "weapon launching control system for nuclear submarines," and "nuclear weapons handling systems." The activists have […]
OzVision and Schneider Electric have signed a strategic marketing and distribution agreement to provide businesses throughout the United States with comprehensive Video Surveillance as a Service (VSaaS) solutions. The agreement was signed in January 2012. The OzVision platform leverages the OzVision Continuous Offsite Video Recording (COVR)™ core technology to securely transmit and store video off-site, […]
Sydney – Asia’s new mega-casinos are driving sales and innovation in advanced surveillance technology, from chips with built-in radio transmitters to high-definition, multi-lens, digital cameras that can scan huge gaming floors and catch the deftest sleight of hand. Security solution providers such as German-Australian joint venture Dallmeier International, California-based Pelco, a unit of Schneider Electric, and Samsung Techwin, about 25% owned by Samsung Electronics, are among those reaping the benefits of Asia’s casino building boom. Tens of thousands of security cameras, including some of the most advanced commercially available, have been installed in the southern Chinese territory of Macau alone in the past five years, and many thousands more are on order for the multi billion dollar hotel-casino resorts still in the pipeline. “It’s big business. The camera market here has started to get very big… It’s probably the most demanding environment for a video surveillance system anywhere in the world,” said Craig Graham, Dallmeier International general manager for Asia. “Some of these guys (casino operators) have 700 tables and up to 1 000 slot machines, all of which have to be monitored 24 hours a day, seven days a week.” Graham said Dallmeier had about 20% of the video surveillance market in Macau’s gaming industry, where its clients include Sands China , a subsidiary of Las Vegas Sands and one of six casino firms licensed to operate in the only place in China where casinos are legal. There are around 100 000 cameras installed in Macau’s casinos, according […]