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QNAP surveillance system successfully launched in Telekom Malaysia Berhad

QNAP surveillance system successfully launched in Telekom Malaysia Berhad

Editor / Provider: Sponsored by QNAP | Updated: 7/2/2015 | Article type: Commercial Markets

Telekom Malaysia is the No. 1 provider of information communication technologies in Malaysia. Their strength not only lies in their products and services, but also in various aspects of the industry including research and development as well as value added innovations.

With its business continually expanding, Telekom Malaysia has invested in a few subsidiary companies like VADS Berhad (VADS), which is one of Malaysia's leading Managed ICT service providers; Multimedia University (MMU), a tertiary education institution, The Yellow Pages group business directory company, and others.

Telekom Malaysia's business and personnel has mushroomed in recent years to about 30,000 employees located in several office buildings, and TM continues to expand its office facilities in downtown Kuala Lumpur. Malaysia Telekom decided to upgrade facility security and deploy a new video surveillance system that would bring high scalability and integrated monitoring features to on-site security personnel. Based on the thousands of employees located throughout the offices in Kuala Lumpur and taking into consideration its already existing network structure, Malaysia Telekom's IT Manager decided a network-based surveillance solution with high integration flexibility and centralized management would best suit the company's needs. Implementation of this type of solution would simplify cable runs and eliminate reliance on CCTV type cameras, which usually have lower resolution and are more costly than modern IP cameras – and ultimately reduce costs while delivering superior video surveillance.

After consideration from various brands, the environmental conditions and specifications of this project, Telekom Malaysia narrowed its selection of 322 IP camera models from 3 reliable brands. To record the video surveillance, TM selected the standalone QNAP VioStor VS-8140U-RP NVR for its compatibility with cameras, six easy steps to set up and connect, along with the configuration that allows each camera to be supported by the VioStor's eight 6TB hard drives with RAID 5 redundancy, guaranteeing reliable video surveillance to protect TM's staff and facilities.

The Sony outdoor speed domes supported by QNAP VioStor NVR are mainly used to monitor the building's exterior surroundings, such the parking lot, opposite street and courtyard. The indoor speed dome is primarily used for the main lobby entrance and emergency exits as it supports a number of PTZ and audio features that allow real-time warning and help calls from some of the building corners. The MOBOTIX 360-degree Panorama, suitable for the filing rooms, indoor parking garages, and general office areas. It covers a wide range of surveillance, eliminating the need for any additional IP cameras, saving additional cost.

Another noteworthy feature is the advanced event management features built into the VioStor NVR. The initial configuration of motion detection, alarm input, connection failure, and recording failure can all be set for after-work hours. If any irregularity is detected, an alarm notification can be sent to Telekom Tower's security office. The guarding staff can then make the necessary protective measures accordingly. In terms of storage, each VS-8140U-RP can be linked with up to 40 IP cameras. With up to 48GB of highly reliable storage mated with H.264 video compression to save hard drive space, TM security personnel can reliably record and monitor all IP cameras installed around the facilities with ease.

Tyco security products answers small business surveillance needs with affordable IP video solutions

Tyco security products answers small business surveillance needs with affordable IP video solutions

Editor / Provider: Tyco Security Products | Updated: 6/25/2015 | Article type: Security 50

Tyco Security Products, part of Tyco, the world's largest pure-play fire protection and security company, announces a new line of IP cameras and NVRs that meets the budget of small to medium sized businesses, while satisfying their need for high-quality video surveillance.

A new Essentials line has been added to the company's robust Illustra IP camera portfolio featuring Essentials bullet and mini-dome cameras with IR and indoor mini-dome cameras. Available in 1 and 2 megapixel models, all three cameras offer H.264 and MJPEG dual-stream encoding, a 3.6mm fixed lens, and a maximum 30 images per second at 1080p or 720p for crisp, clear images.

The Essentials Outdoor Mini-Dome and Bullet cameras are equipped with IR illuminators, true day/night and wide dynamic range to capture quality video in a variety of indoor and outdoor settings. With wide dynamic range capabilities, the Essentials Indoor Mini-Dome also captures video in changing lighting conditions, making it ideal for a range of indoor applications.

The second part of the low-cost IP surveillance equation, Tyco Security Products' new brand of Holis NVRs feature 1080p resolution and video search and export functions. Four- and 8-channel models provide a dependable recording solution for applications such as independent retailers, small offices, and restaurants. Equipped with 4 and 8 POE ports respectively, the Holis NVRs are designed to support small camera count installations in an economical and efficient manner. The Holis NVR start-up wizard is designed to provide quick and efficient network turn-ups.

“There's a growing segment within the commercial community ranging from convenience stores to medical offices, that want to embrace security for their facility, but they need products that are inherently trustworthy, easy to operate and budget friendly,” said Steve Carney, Senior Director, Product Marketing, Video and Integration Platforms, Tyco Security Products. “With the affordable addition to the Illustra IP camera portfolio and new Holis NVRs, we've struck the right balance between high-quality features and a truly affordable price.”

Exacq Technologies introduces camera links for faster response time to critical alarms and events

Exacq Technologies introduces camera links for faster response time to critical alarms and events

Editor / Provider: Exacq Technologies | Updated: 6/16/2015 | Article type: Security 50

Exacq Technologies, part of the Security Products business unit of Tyco, introduces Camera Links, overlay controls for immediate response to events. The new exacqVision version 7.0 video management system (VMS) software also includes enhanced EasyConnect IP camera connection, updates to event monitoring in Exacq mobile and backup of server configuration in Enterprise System Manager (ESM), a health monitoring program for use with exacqVision Enterprise network video recorders (NVRs).

exacqVision 7.0 introduces Camera Links, which allow exacqVision users to configure overlay controls that will display when hovering over a camera in live view. This feature gives users the ability to adjust the overlay text colour, font, style, transparency and location on screen to fit any of their camera views.

The created Camera Links are visible across all client sessions and in all layouts and view configurations. Camera Links puts exacqVision users most needed commands at their fingertips and vastly improves their response time to critical alarms and events.

The EasyConnect feature, introduced last year, has been enhanced in exacqVision 7.0. EasyConnect allows users to find, address and connect multiple IP cameras to their network automatically. Now, EasyConnect shows users more detailed connection status feedback when connecting Illustra IP cameras and exacqVision E-Series video encoders. Having comprehensive, specific information regarding the connection and suggested troubleshooting guidance saves users time and money during installation.

exacqVision users can now utilize event monitoring from the latest Exacq Mobile app for iOS, Android and Windows Phone 8 devices. Any event monitors configured within the exacqVision client can be viewed in the mobile app. Event monitoring ensures mobile app users are aware of the most important video relating to events like motion detection, alarms and other triggered inputs to the system. In addition to event monitoring, the latest Exacq mobile app supports two-finger swipe navigation for faster review of all camera views. Users can swipe to the left to load the next set of cameras into the viewing layout.

The new Enterprise System Manager (ESM) bulk configuration allows administrators to back up the settings of all servers across the enterprise at one time. With this new functionality, ESM makes it faster and easier for administrators to always have a backup of exacqVision recorder configurations.

The exacqVision VMS is accessed with the freely distributed exacqVision client software (Windows/Linux/Mac), the exacqVision free web browser client available for all leading web browsers (Google Chrome, Firefox, Internet Explorer, Safari and Opera), as well as the free Exacq mobile app for iOS, Android and Windows Phone 8 devices. The VMS software is included with pre-configured exacqVIsion NVR servers or it can be installed on third-party Windows or Linux-based systems.

Illustra Edge cam with onboard exacqVision recording software delivers a complete IP solution

Illustra Edge cam with onboard exacqVision recording software delivers a complete IP solution

Editor / Provider: Tyco Security Products | Updated: 6/11/2015 | Article type: Hot Topics

Tyco Security Products, part of Tyco, the world's largest pure-play fire protection and security company, announces the introduction of Illustra Edge, a complete high definition video system combining an IP camera, pre-installed exacqVision Edge video management system (VMS) software and SD storage into one, out-of-the-box solution. The new Illustra Edge product line provides everything needed to connect and auto-configure in minutes.

Ideal for a small installations of up to 10 cameras — or remote sites where server hardware installations are impractical — the Illustra Edge solution provides an easy, effective means to deploy a high-definition IP video system without incurring separate server hardware installation and configuration costs, since the server software and video storage is onboard the camera. For system setup, simply mount the camera, connect and start monitoring live and recorded video. Illustra Edge comes pre-configured with an included server licence for simple, automatic installation. For larger applications and enterprise solutions a simple licence upgrade to exacqVision Edge+ makes this solution expandable to unlimited servers.

With the included exacqVision Edge software, users have the ability to view live or recorded video from multiple Illustra Edge devices or server-based recorders simultaneously. The included VMS software allows users to export video search results, display alarm events on screen and get instant replay of both video and audio events via exacqReplay. The exacqVision client software runs on Windows, Linux and Mac computers. Additionally, users can install the free web service software on a separate PC to view video on a web browser, tablet or smartphone.

The Illustra Edge recording solution offers high reliability as there is no single point of server failure. If one camera fails, the others will continue to stream and record video. The camera to server traffic is internal and not on the customer's network providing low overall network traffic.

“This is a complete solution for customers looking to create their own video surveillance solution without added costs of servers and complex installation,” said Julian Inman, Product Marketing Manager, Video, EMEA, Tyco Security Products. “Whether it's a small business or retail store, or someone who needs to supplement their enterprise system because of a remote locale or intermittent wireless coverage, the Illustra Edge solution can be deployed to fit their needs.”

Illustra Edge is available in three camera models: the Illustra Pro 5MP Fisheye, the Illustra Pro 2MP Compact Mini-Dome and Illustra Pro 2MP Compact Mini-Bullet. The Illustra Edge fisheye camera has in-camera dewarping offering real-time 180º/360º panoramic views or a quad view delivering 4 independent “Quad” 4x3 normalised video streams. Its 5MP capacity gives it the power of two to four cameras for many indoor applications. The Compact Mini-Dome and Mini-Bullet offer high definition video with a wide field of view, IR illumination and wide dynamic range. Although discreet, these versatile cameras are equipped with multiple viewing angles, including corridor mode, making them highly useful for hallways, aisles and alleys.

LILIN surveillance for high-risk banking environments

LILIN surveillance for high-risk banking environments

Editor / Provider: Sponsored by LILIN | Updated: 5/25/2015 | Article type: Commercial Markets

Financial institutions and/or banks need dependable backup system. LILIN new NVR series (NVR1400/2400) with RAID storage solutions provide redundant recording and access to IP video data. RAID redundant storage function ensures video data is never lost in the event of a hard drive failure. LILIN 16-channel NVR supports up to 16 IP based cameras and megapixel recording resolution, along with 48Mbps recording capability. With full calendar search, you can search your video by selecting weeks/days so that you can search your video fast.

Teller windows, processing rooms, ATM's, parking lots, lobbies and common areas are all monitored by high quality video cameras for the safety of customers, employees, and staff. LILIN IP video surveillance systems with advanced video analytics such as Facial Recognition is helping to fight the problem of check fraud at banks by recording transaction data and capturing images of offenders.

Automatic Teller Machine (ATM) robberies, fraud, attacks, and vandalism are on the rise. Security for banks and ATMs can be a real challenge when faced with a multitude of threats including physical attacks and fraud. LILIN Covert series IP camera IPC0122 provides miniature IP video surveillance to enhance ATM operations and security.

LILIN S series IP cameras featuring 60fps high speed frame rate; they are great for the most demanding banking surveillance requirements. 60fps high frame rate ensure quick movements can be captured in more details.

Defining a well-integrated access control management system

Defining a well-integrated access control management system

Editor / Provider: William Pao, a&s International | Updated: 5/21/2015 | Article type: Hot Topics

A major trend in access control is its migration to IP. In fact, IP-based access control is now seen in most new buildings and projects around the world. According to IHS, IP-based access control accounted for nearly 60 percent of the market in 2014 due to a ramp-up of new constructions, in the process contributing to a 7.6 percent growth of the industry. As for this year, IHS's initial estimates put growth at 8.8 percent. In terms of regions, growth in North America may drop a bit, while APAC and Latin America are expected to pick up steam, according to a previous interview with Tyco Security Products.

Central to IP-based access control is the access control management system, which, when integrated with other subsystems, can do much more than merely granting or denying access to users as they walk to a building.

What Defines Well-Integrated
So what makes an access control management system well-integrated? There are several criteria, for example the types of subsystems that can be integrated, the ability to have them interoperate smoothly, and the flexibility the system provides when it comes to supporting the types of hardware and credential. Finally, open standards are key to ensure interoperability, future scalability, and cost reduction.

Systems that Can Be Integrated
One factor to determine whether an access control management system is well-integrated is its ability to integrate with different types of subsystems. “There are several subsystems that can be integrated into the access control management software, which goes beyond granting or denying access to users. Elevator, parking, meal vending, CCTV, and student ID cards are all examples of the subsystems that can be integrated,” said Tom Su, Sales Manager at Hundure Technology.

Besides the aforementioned, today's access control management systems can also integrate with HVAC (heating, ventilation, and air conditioning) as well as telecommunications systems to save energy and provide more convenience for users.

“If the CEO presents his credential to the outside of the building, they will understand what areas of the building that CEO will get through to get to his office. There is no need to illuminate the entire building,” said Brad Aikin, Business Leader of Electronic Locks at Allegion. “The same thing extends over to telecommunications. When someone comes in, the system will transfer their out-of-office e-mail to in-office. It can not only adjust their e-mail status but also switch the forwarding to their desktop versus their mobile phone.”

 

Smooth Interoperability

A well-integrated access control management system can also allow the different subsystems to operate seamlessly at the same time, even to the point where “the customer cannot distinguish
the boundary between the systems,”
- said Daniel McVeagh, Senior PM at Gallagher.


“The best integrations which achieve this tend to exhibit the following traits: a comprehensive set of application programming interfaces (APIs), good integration documentation that allows the integrator to achieve a seamless and bug-free integration, a comprehensive testing process ensuring bugs and weaknesses in the integration are found before they reach the customer, and a track record of successful previous integrations.”

 

Compatibility With Different Hardware
A good access control management system should also be able to support different types of hardware and credentials.

“I think it is important for integrative systems that they can handle and integrate different types of hardware within the same system to be called well-integrated. For example, it should be able to handle different types of door controllers, as well as different readers and credential technologies to be truly integrative and offer the benefits of such an open system to the end-user/system owner,” said Ola Jönsson, Business Development Manager at Axis Communications.

“Depending on what region of the world or what vertical market, there are certain credentials that are prominent,” said Aikin. “I think it's very critical that the access control system be flexible to accommodate the credentials that the user has today, and also flexible enough to provide a migration path to what credentials will be in the future, whether that is near-field communication, or Bluetooth low energy.”

Mobile authentication by way of NFC or Bluetooth low energy can be supported by today's access control management systems as well. “The most basic approach is to replicate existing card-based access control principles: the phone communicates identity information to a reader, which passes it to the existing access control system,” said Eric Chiu, Segment Director of Physical Access for APAC at HID Global.

 

Openness Is Key
To enable this kind of integration, open standards are critical, ensuring that interoperability between disparate systems is achievable.

“Open protocols and agreed standards such as ONVIF have made it possible to integrate previously disparate systems and open up the possibilities of what a truly integrated security system can offer,” said Sarah Phillips, Product and Marketing Manager at TDSi. “Modern integrated access control systems offer a broad ability to work directly with other buildings control systems on this level rather than purely via hardware panels. For example the integration of intruder and fire detection systems directly into a centralized software platform gives greater situational control and automated responses to any issues.”

Openness, meanwhile, also ensures scalability, allowing users to add or integrate more systems into the access control management software, regardless of the brand. “Users also can simplify future infrastructure enhancements and modifications since they can invest in hardware platforms that are not tied to proprietary protocols and software,” said Chiu. “Basing solutions on an open architecture with standards-based APIs will enable customers to meet evolving requirements and future expansion needs while protecting the value of their overall investments.”

 

Access Control and Video Integration
Access control management systems integrated with videos is perhaps the most popular integration among users. Due to the increased situational awareness that they provide, such integrated solutions are seeing rising demands and applications, especially in areas that are more critical and sensitive in nature.

Rising Demand
Integration between access control and video is set to see rising demands. “I do think where there is video today, there is a desire to integrate it more closely with access,” said Aikin. “Today from what we have found, globally, the typical number of access points in a commercial building that have video and access management is 10 percent of less. With the devices becoming easier to deploy and lower in cost to acquire and manage, the market is able to deploy a credential reader or access control mechanism to the other 90 percent of openings.”

When access control and videos are integrated, no matter which one serves as the anchor platform, the two complement and add intelligence to each other. “When video is used as part of an integrated security management platform, it enriches the information provided by access control and intrusion detection, and vice versa,” said Arjan Bouter, Head of Sales at Nedap Security Management. “You get maximum control and protection of your premises and benefit from the unlimited scalability and extreme controllability.”

“While video management and access control have been integrated for some time, access control is now able to be deployed to more access points in the building, allowing a richer set of data to be used in video management,” said Aikin. “If you have access control tied to video, you are able to see what credential was utilized at what time of day and at what location, and that adds a lot of value in your video management. In the past, you were able to put an IP camera or Wi-Fi camera in, but you weren't able to afford to put a reader or access control device at that opening, so you had to scroll through footage and try to distinguish what was occurring simply based on the visual video. Now, because you are able to deploy access control at that portal as well, you're able to really connect it and sort it based on an audited event in a credential.”

Due to the increased situational awareness such integration brings, it is commonly used in higher security applications. “These include parts of a healthcare environment like pharmaceuticals or the maternity wards, where they are worried about infant abduction, and areas where there are sensitive assets or sensitive chemicals,” Aikin said.

 

Single User Interface
When videos and access control are integrated, they should be integrated on one single user interface to allow easy monitoring and control by the administrator.

“It is pointless to integrate video and access control if they need to be treated separately by the user,” said David Weinbach, PM at AMAG Technology. “While it may be logical to try to source all components from one supplier, that limits choice and may not allow an optimal solution. A better solution is one that allows different brands and multiple systems to be integrated in a way that makes the details of each transparent, and provides a consistent, common interface.”

Mobile Applications
Increasingly, video-access control integration will move towards mobile applications. “Mobile applications will become more widespread. That's the trend of the future,” said Su. “With video surveillance, monitoring of doors through one's mobile phone is now very common. If you integrate access control into it, you can control access from your mobile phone as well.”

Secutech 2015, another golden year!

Secutech 2015, another golden year!

Editor / Provider: Rachel Leung, Messe Frankfurt | Updated: 4/30/2015 | Article type: Hot Topics

Hosting 485 exhibitors and +20,000 visitors from the globe, secutech 2015 is to present the latest technologies in surveillance, including Ultra HD HD-over-coaxial. In addition, trendy applications incorporated with smart edges, and light auto adjustment, are another show highlight.

One of security leaders in the security industry, Hikvision Digital Technology Co Ltd., has been exhibiting at Secutech every year since 2006. According to Mr Derek Yang, Asia General Manger, “We’ve been very supportive to the show because we received good results every year. It’s an ideal platform for promoting our new products. This year, we launched the new safety building solutions and two latest series of smart camera at the show including the lighter fighter and dark fighter. The buyers are very much interested in these new features and we have had an effective product demonstration. Secutech is highly recognised by the industry and have a considerable level of international influence. Except from Taiwan, visitors from Japan, India and some countries from the Middle East and Europe also are hosted in these show days. These buyers are professional, serious, knowledgeable and have purchasing authority. We have successfully demonstrated our new products to our clients. We will definitely exhibit at the show again.”

Korea is another country filled with manufacturing power in security. Inodic Inc., a first-time exhibitor of secutech brings their new AHD 2.0, TVI, EX-SDI and POC CCTV camera to this platform. “I think Secutech is an exceptional platform for meeting new clients and launching new products. This is also a good venue for checking out the market from the buyer’s side,” commented by Mr Andrew Park, General Manager, Sales Department of Indoic.

To the returned participants, such as Young Kook Electronics Co Ltd, secutech is the premium meeting point with Southeast Asia visitors annually. “Secutech is absolutely important for the security players like us and it’s a premier platform to gather OEMs from Korea, China and Taiwan. Our new launches at the show this year include the upgraded IP camera and ultra low light camera. Also, we’ve brought our new IVA (Intelligent Video Analytic) system to the show which features missing objects detection with H.265 and instruction detection functions. I am very positive about the outlook of the industry because people are more aware of the needs of security and safety,” said Ms Ara Lee, Manager, Sales Head office, Young Kook Electronics Co Ltd.

Merit Lilin, one long-term exhibitor of Secutech is also satisfied with the outcome of secutech 2015. Mr. Chris Hsu, Global Marketing Manager from Merit Lilin adds that "Secutech is the only show in Taipei that covers the entire professional security industry. That is why we must come to participate. Besides, we are pleased that Secutech is now highlighting the smart home industry and we agree that it is now emerging with great potentials. Secutech offers a valuable chance where we can interact with demonstration, and educate them how our products can help achieve higher performance. With the newly launched SMAhome Expo, users from this aspect are also attracted to attend the show. It absolutely adds value to our experience here! As a local supplier in Taiwan, we will continue our support to the show and participate again in the future!"

University in Riyadh utilizes OT Systems' media converters

University in Riyadh utilizes OT Systems' media converters

Editor / Provider: OT Systems | Updated: 5/7/2015 | Article type: Education

Princess Nora Bint AbdulRahman University in Riyadh recently enhanced its billion dollar surveillance system by adding 150 pairs of OT Systems' ET1111 media converters to its state-of-the-art access control system spanning the entire campus. This is the University's second phase of OTS product installations. It first installed OTS solutions nearly four years ago as part of their video surveillance and perimeter-intrusion detection systems.

Princess Noura Bint AbdulRahman University, the kingdom's flagship security project featuring OT Systems' industrial Ethernet media converter, is the first women's university in Saudi Arabia as well as the largest women-only university in the world. In the campus, patrol patterns require more areas to be monitored by CCTV and access control systems when security guards are not present. The system utilizes a number of IP cameras installed along the fence and inside university buildings for perimeter protection and surveillance. Leveraging 986 pairs of OT Systems ET1111 (Industrial grade 10/100Base-TX + 100Base-FX media converter), each converter is dedicated to one IP camera or device. OT Systems guarantees the safety and stability of data transfer throughout the site using the point-to-point media converting solution. Only one camera will be affected if a converter is in trouble. Thanks to its extremely compact size design, the media converter is small enough to fit inside the IP camera housing. Its 24VAC power compatibility also shares a power source with the camera. Designed for outdoor installation, the ET1111 withstands operating temperature from -10oC to 60oC.

OT Systems' media converters offer customers a reliable and stable device for connecting IP devices with fiber links, providing an excellent transmission solution for the university access control system. It offers the flexibility of connecting the biometric readers at each access control location and the central server with a variety of fiber links (single-mode/ multi-mode, 1/2 core), extending the transmission distance up to 20km.

As security projects continue to increase in scale and complexity, system integrators face the issue of enhancing efficiency over longer distances. OT Systems' Ethernet media converter plays a key role in promoting a safe learning and working environment for its users.

Solutions Item:
ET1111 series: Single-port 100Mbps Ethernet to Fiber Media Converter; to provide a point-to-point connection in fiber network system and extend the transmission distance

>>>Features & Benefits: 1. Sleek microtype design 2. Plug and play 3. 12VDC/ 24VAC power inputs 4. -10℃ to 60℃ (14℉ to 140℉) operating temperature. 5. High system availability 6. Good for outdoor environment with enclosure

                 

Neousys puts emphasis on intelligence

Neousys puts emphasis on intelligence

Editor / Provider: Eifeh Strom, a&s International | Updated: 4/29/2015 | Article type: Hot Topics

Neousys, a Taiwan-based industrial computer manufacturer, is showcasing computers dedicated to surveillance at this year's secutech, bringing even stronger computing power to surveillance.

The computer, which functions as an NVR, features a 4-disk RAID, Intel i7 core and can connect up to 16 cameras. Chris Ni, Product Director at Neousys, emphasized that the Intel core can bring intelligence to the system.

In addition to surveillance specific CPUs, the company is also showcasing cameras with built-in CPUs, allowing the camera to do more than the average IP camera.

As a newer entrant in the security industry, Neousys hopes to differentiate themselves by highlighting the strength of their product for intelligence and analytics.

BrainChild smart lock-video solution aims for B2C market

BrainChild smart lock-video solution aims for B2C market

Editor / Provider: Melody Lin, SMAhome | Updated: 4/29/2015 | Article type: Hot Topics

As most solution providers have their IoT frameworks built upon indoor home devices, BrainChild pushes the smart home market by starting from the front door. With a solution combining IP camera and smart lock, BrainChild has prepared to break into the B2C market within this year.

BrainChild combines two of its product lines- IoT devices and IP cameras, to create a solution where a smart lock can interact with an IP camera which has a built-in gateway. This solution supports BLE and Wi-Fi standards. When a visitor pushes the doorbell, the camera would get the message via BLE, and then push notification to the home owner's mobile phone wherever he/she is. After confirming the message, the home owner can open the door with the phone via the same route. Both sides can also have a chat via the IP camera that has a built-in two way audio as well.

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