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HID adds NFC-enabled reader module to iCLASS SE platform

HID adds NFC-enabled reader module to iCLASS SE platform

Editor / Provider: HID Global | Updated: 11/8/2012 | Article type: Security 50

HID Global, a worldwide provider in secure identity solutions, announced it has added a reader module and developer tool kit (DTK) to its iCLASS SE platform for highly secure, adaptable and interoperable secure identity solutions. The new reader module provides full interoperability with the company's iCLASS Seos credential and other current and emerging technologies, and supports a wide range of applications using any combination of smart cards, microprocessor cards and NFC-enabled smartphones.

“Our new reader module enables third-party developers to build a broad range of products that simplify how identities are created, used and managed, and take advantage of both existing and future technologies,” said Helmut Dansachmuller, Senior Director of Product Marketing at HID Global. “Solutions based on the iCLASS SE reader module will enable customers to future-proof their secure identity infrastructures using a highly flexible, open platform that increases security while supporting exciting new technologies such as NFC-enabled smartphones for access control, PC logon, biometrics, transit, customer loyalty and other applications.”

The iCLASS SE reader module offers a number of capabilities designed to speed time to market for solutions that are easy to deploy, support and upgrade. Key features include:

  • All capabilities and benefits of the award-winning iCLASS SE platform: HID Global's standards-based, technology-independent iCLASS SE platform uses the company's Secure Identity Object (SIO) data model within its trusted identity platform architecture to increase security while delivering simplicity, adaptability, and interoperability. iCLASS Seos credentials deliver full privacy support, feature a standards-based card edge, and are portable for use on NFC smartphones. iCLASS SE readers and Seos credentials are also interoperable with a growing range of commercial and residential locks from HID Global parent Assa Abloy.
  •  Dual-frequency support: iCLASS SE reader modules simplify technology migration by supporting iCLASS Seos, iCLASS SE, standard iCLASS, HID Prox, Indala Prox, FeliCa MIFARE Classic, or MIFARE DESFire EV1 credential technologies.
  • FIPS-201 compliance: All iCLASS SE reader modules are compliant with Federal Information Processing Standard 201 federal identity specifications for reading personal identity verification II credentials, and are included on the U.S. General Services Administration Evaluation Program's Approved Product List.
  • Flexible deployment and support: The new modules support firmware changes and field upgrades to extend customer installation lifecycles, and are backwards-interoperable with existing HID Global OEM75 module products to further enhance deployment flexibility.

The iCLASS SE reader module also includes a comprehensive DTK that accelerates design initiation and shortens integration cycles for finished products. The DTK includes all of the necessary tools, utilities, and sample products across a variety of reader and antenna form factors and test cards, as well as documentation and other developer resources and materials. All DTK resources are accessible via a secure, online developer portal.

Milestone platform to include AMG-Panogenics dewarping plug-in

Milestone platform to include AMG-Panogenics dewarping plug-in

Editor / Provider: AMG-Panogenics | Updated: 11/7/2012 | Article type: Security 50

AMG-Panogenics, the British manufacturer of sophisticated 5 megapixel cameras, announces that their integration of PanoCam360 with Milestone's XProtect VMS has been completed and the camera is now fully working with Milestone.  

Christian Bohn, VP of Corporate Marketing & Alliances at Milestone Systems, said, “I don't think we have ever seen such a fast integration by a manufacturer using our MIP SDK and ONVIF driver. I must credit AMG-Panogenics: the plug-in to our XProtect smart client interface with the device was done in record time. This means that the camera's on-board dewarping facility is now fully available in the Milestone XProtect smart client.”
 “PanoCam360 streams 12.5 frames per second and the on-board de-warping reduces the processing requirement back in the control room. Offering up to 14 de-warped video streams/independent camera views simultaneously alongside the full-resolution fish-eye view makes PanoCam360 the most powerful and versatile 360 degree camera range available. The camera is completely developed and manufactured in the UK and works on an open software platform, which makes it very easy to integrate. As you might expect from the global leader in open platform IP VMS, the Milestone XProtect software is the perfect partner technology for the AMG-Panogenics 360 degree camera. The Milestone integration platform SDK is a pleasure to work with and has enabled us to develop a plug-in module which adds our own dewarping technology into the Milestone XProtect smart client. We also tested the camera's ONVIF features together with the Milestone XProtect ONVIF driver and this worked perfectly, first time.” said David Myers, CTO of AMG-Panogenics.

Axis awards Genetec ADP of the Year, for North America 2012 and EMEA 2011

Axis awards Genetec ADP of the Year, for North America 2012 and EMEA 2011

Editor / Provider: Genetec | Updated: 11/7/2012 | Article type: Security 50

Genetec, a provider of unified IP security solutions in the physical security industry, announced it was the recipient of the Axis Communications 2012 Application Development Partner (ADP) of the Year Award in North America for the second consecutive year, as well as the recipient of the 2011EMEA ADP award.

Axis Communications, the global provider in the network video market, presents the ADP of the Year award annually to an outstanding application partner in each major geographical region. The 2012 North American award was announced during the local Axis channel convergence conference in Chicago held last month, while the 2011 EMEA award was presented at the regional Axis channel convergence conference in Istanbul at the beginning of this summer. Genetec received the ADP of the Year award in both EMEA and North America for its ongoing product integration and development initiatives as well as continued commitment to collaborative business development opportunities, training and marketing programs with Axis. Together the companies are developing effective solutions including the ability to efficiently manage and maintain large, distributed video surveillance environments for their mutual enterprise-class users.

“Genetec remains committed to improving and enhancing our collaborative business relationship, and the company showed this again this year through joint product development, strong technical support, and a concerted effort to provide our integrator partners in North America with the best IP video surveillance solutions,” said Robert Muehlbauer, Business Development Programs Manager, Axis Communications for North America. “With such strong competition from the other great ADPs in our region, this is a tough award to win two years in a row.”

"As long-standing partners, our relationship with Genetec has grown beyond points of mutual product integration. We share a common vision, a passion for innovation, and a deep commitment to simplify the daily life of the security user," said Dominic Bruning, Director Global Alliances at Axis Communications. "We look forward to further developing the partnership and the creation of more joint offerings around the world.”

"Our close partnership with Axis has not only led to the delivery of high-value, high-quality solutions for our shared customers around the world, but it has also fostered a spirit of innovation in both organizations that goes beyond technology and has resulted in synergies between our global sales and marketing organizations," said Morgan Pasnon, Senior Technology Alliance Manager of Genetec. “We are delighted to receive the North American ADP award for the second year in a row and being bestowed with the ADP award in EMEA is a testament to our strong working relationship with Axis in this region and our ongoing work to expand the Genetec footprint in this market.”

TI introduces all-in-one enterprise solution for less than $70 BOM

TI introduces all-in-one enterprise solution for less than $70 BOM

Editor / Provider: Texas Instruments | Updated: 11/6/2012 | Article type: Component

Texas Instruments (TI) and AllGo Embedded Systems (AES), a TI design network member, introduced the new all-in-one Electronic Tablet (eTAB) Reference Design, allowing developers to get to market with a complete, customized enterprise tablet in as little as three months. The highly-integrated eTAB reference design extends TI's commitment of innovation to fast-growing industries such as industrial, healthcare, education, retail, home, building automation, and more. Based on the Sitara AM335x ARM Cortex-A8 processor, the eTAB has a total BOM of less than $70 and leverages the Android 4.0 operating system.
Designed for custom, application-specific tablets
No longer are customers limited to “off-the-shelf” tablet solutions. With the eTAB, customers can customize software and hardware to easily integrate market-specific features like barcode scanners, contact or contactless card readers and biometric sensors, among others. Additional customization with multiple audio, connectivity and power management options are also available from TI, allowing developers to differentiate their final products. Given its many configuration options, the eTAB offers a developer more flexibility to support cost-sensitive enterprise applications. For example, the design can be customized to build standalone tablets or integrated as a control panel in appliances or industrial machinery.
“In today's highly competitive environment, getting to market quickly is essential,” said K. Srinivasan, CEO of AllGo Systems. “The eTAB reference design allows developers in industrial markets to quickly customize and differentiate their tablets with minimal risk. The eTAB complements our deep expertise in turnkey electronic product design and enables us to provide a one-stop shop to our customers' product development needs.”
 “This eTAB provides developers with a compelling platform to customize their industry-specific applications at a much lower cost than commercial tablets available in the market today,” said Ram Sathappan, Electronic Point-of-Sale Business Manager, TI. “We continue to see tablets being used across multiple industries and because of AES's support, our customers will be able to take advantage of this out-of-box experience and get to market quickly.”
TI's broad ARM processor portfolio offers scalable solutions
TI's broad, scalable ARM processor portfolio addresses a wide range of customer needs across specialized tablet markets. Starting at just $5, Sitara ARM Cortex-A8 processors provide performance levels of up to 800 MHz, integration, low power, and peripherals such as rich 3D graphics, USB and display controller for easy-to-use, cost optimized solutions.
With more than 500 products that boast offerings from $1 in price and up to 5 GHz in performance, ARM Cortex-A, Cortex-R and Cortex-M foundations, TI's broad ARM processor portfolio include similar, scalable hardware and software foundations. This allows developers to leverage TI's various ARM offerings to maximize investment, accelerate time to market and enable differentiated products across tablet segments based on customer needs.
eTAB Reference Design key features include:
  • Total BOM cost less than $70
  • 800 MHz ARM Cortex-A8 processor
  • 7” dual touch screen capacitive LCD panel
  • Wi-Fi and Bluetooth technologies
  • Production ready hardware and software
  • TPS65910: Highly integrated and efficient Power Management Unit (PMU) with 4 DC/DC converters and 8 LDO

CEM Systems releases new versions of AC2000 management software

CEM Systems releases new versions of AC2000 management software

Editor / Provider: CEM Systems | Updated: 11/1/2012 | Article type: Security 50

CEM Systems, part of Tyco Security Products, announced the release of version 6.6 of AC2000 SE (Standard Edition) and AC2000 Lite integrated access control and security management software. These latest releases offer a host of new features including video and wireless locks integrations, the introduction of threat levels, enhanced AC2000 WEB functionality and more.

“CEM AC2000 continues to be developed in response to customer demand and industry requirements. These exciting new integrations add to the growing range of existing AC2000 video, fire and intrusion integrations, making AC2000 a powerful security management solution.” said Andrew Fulton, Senior Director of Global Sales, CEM Systems. “The latest versions of both AC2000 SE and Lite continue to position AC2000 as the intelligent security solution of choice for access control and integrated security management, no matter what the business size.”
In addition to existing DVR/NVR integrations, AC2000 SE v6.6 now supports full two-way integration with Milestone XProtect and Mobotix cameras. Both AC2000 video integrations enable powerful features such as live camera call up with virtual matrix, playback of recorded alarm footage and more, all from within the central AC2000 SE system.
Complementing the range of existing American Dynamics integrations, the latest version of AC2000 Lite is also fully integrated with the American Dynamics TVR giving the ability to associate access control alarms with digital video clips and to view live camera footage. This enables AC2000 Lite to become a single user interface acting as a security management system and removes the need for multiple separate systems.
Both AC2000 SE and Lite v6.6 are also fully integrated with Salto Sallis wireless locks, offering the ability to monitor and control the wireless locks from within the AC2000 security management system.
A new feature in v6.6 is AC2000 Threat Levels (ATL). In response to a perceived threat, ATL provides the ability to remove or restrict cardholder access and increase verification methods at the door, such as additional PIN or biometric required for access. The ATL application is ideal for aviation, maritime and other industries where security is of paramount importance and security levels may be required to change frequently or quickly.
New in version 6.6 are updates and enhancements to AC2000 WEB, CEM's powerful suite of fully integrated browser based applications for the CEM AC2000 security management system. In addition to the current suite of applications AC2000 WEB now provides additional invalid swipe analysis functionality, personnel XML export and image export and WEB rolling transaction display.
AC2000 Lite v6.6 also offers a range of additional features and improvements including personnel batch card printing and data import tool. Further increasing the convenience and time saving functionality of AC2000, personnel batch card printing allows for multiple badges to be printed from AC2000 Lite.

US nonprofit organization minimizes retail shrinkage with IP-based surveillance

US nonprofit organization minimizes retail shrinkage with IP-based surveillance

Editor / Provider: Toshiba | Updated: 10/31/2012 | Article type: Commercial Markets

Goodwill Industries International, is one of America's oldest charities. Founded in 1902 by Rev. Edgar Helms on the philosophy of "a hand up, not a hand out", Goodwill today is a $3.2 billion nonprofit that aims to improve economic self-sufficiency through job training, employment placement and other services for those who have disabilities, lack education or face employment challenges.
A major source of funding for the organization is its 2,400 Goodwill stores in the U.S. and Canada. The stores offer the basics - jeans, business attire, infant and children's clothing, house wares and appliances, furniture and more - at a great value. However, like all retail outlets, these stores suffer from shrinkage, especially at the point-of-sale (POS). Goodwill also witnesses theft at its unattended drop-off sites where donors deposit items for re-sale.

Confronted with this predicament, Goodwill's Northwest-North Carolina (NWNC) chapter took the proactive step of migrating from traditional analog CCTV systems in 40 of its stores to IP video surveillance systems from Toshiba.

The year-long project began when Versa Technologies, a Winston-Salem, NC-based solutions provider, installed a Toshiba business communication system in the NWNC chapter's newly built regional operations center in Winston-Salem, NC.  
Clay Poindexter, President of Versa, explained: "We let their loss prevention team know that we do more than business communication systems; we design and install IP video surveillance, structured cabling, professional A/V, and much more. That sparked a dialogue about how to address POS security within the stores and at their many drop-off centers, most of which were free-standing and others that were incorporated into the stores."
Goodwill's loss prevention team told Poindexter that the chapter had lately opened up a number of stores in more upscale communities. This outreach effort was helping to change the image the general public held regarding Goodwill stores. However, the move to better neighborhoods had also brought with it higher value drop-off items such as flat-screen TVs. Sadly, there had also been an increased incidence of theft.

Versa used the opportunity to introduce Goodwill to IP video surveillance, a major advancement over the analog camera/DVR solution it currently had in-place. Goodwill recognized the potential of network cameras after Versa  deployed a system at its regional operations center, alongside the new business communication system. Management now understood that it could afford to install IP at all of its stores without the hassles and on-going maintenance costs of traditional CCTV.

Versa recommended the deployment of an IP camera/NVR system in each store over existing data networks that could be accessed remotely by the loss prevention team back at Goodwill headquarters in Winston-Salem to give it visibility of all in-store activity. Versa's camera placement diagram resulted in more than 95 percent of each store being monitored. Each store has a total of between 10-13 Toshiba IP cameras depending on square footage and the number of check-out lines. Larger stores have as many as twenty. Versa installed Toshiba IK-WB21A PTZ cameras to provide high-resolution sweeps of the sales floor, while fixed Toshiba IK-WB30A day/night IP cameras were installed to watch the checkout areas, and to monitor the drop-off boxes from inside the store. Outside, Toshiba IK-WB02A cameras protected by environmental housings were installed to watch the drop-off boxes.

Another requirement of Goodwill was that cash handling needed to be closely monitored to spot potential fraud from employees and customers. For that reason Versa installed a Toshiba 16-channel, 1TB NVS NVR in each store equipped with Surveillix TransCapture POS software. TransCapture provides Goodwill managers with needed security at every cash register. It overlays text onto real-time video so that every detail sales transaction, including price, specific items purchased, the quantity of those items, cashier number, can be recorded. With just a few simple clicks, the manager has immediate access to all necessary transaction and video information. Alerts can be customized to notify loss prevention that a specific item is being rung-up by showing special colors to the on-screen font, speaker beeps, pop-ups or relay triggers. 
This was an especially important feature for Goodwill. Back at headquarters the loss prevention team was required to visually inspect the video each time a cashier had a no sale, void or refund transaction. Searching for a specific event took twenty minutes or longer when Goodwill relied upon analog cameras and a DVR. Today, thanks to Toshiba TransCapture, a single transaction can be pinpointed within seconds.

"Surveillix Central Station allowed the loss prevention staff to access all of the NVS units and download higher quality images faster over existing data networks," said Poindexter.  "The POS System fully integrates so that the loss prevention staff can easily search thousands of transactions to find all of the No Sale, Void & Refund Transactions to ensure there is a client at the register."

In the time since the system was installed, theft in the stores and at drop-off boxes has noticeably been reduced and video recorded has successfully been used to prosecute offenders. Goodwill's policy regarding thieves is simple: 100 percent prosecution. Every item stolen represents the loss of hope for someone desperately in need of help.

Says Poindexter: "I believe that Goodwill Industries of NWNC chose Toshiba because of the many features that we demonstrated. The integration with the POS as well as the ability to access all of the NVS units over the existing data network was key to their decision. They received better quality images and were able to scan the stores using the PTZ Cameras. The system was easy to use for the loss prevention team and saved them all time by being able to search for specific events that were logged from the POS System. They were also excited to have a partner like Toshiba and Versa Technologies that were willing to work with them on their applications as well as help them implement new technology."  

Korean rail yard fortifies security and fire detection with networked system

Korean rail yard fortifies security and fire detection with networked system

Editor / Provider: Axis Communications | Updated: 10/31/2012 | Article type: Infrastructure

Korea Railroad is a public corporation in charge of managing the national railroad of Korea and related business. The Goyang Rolling Stock Workshop (GRSW) of the metropolitan rolling stock maintenance depot is the starting point and final destination of Korea Train eXpress (KTX). It sits on more than 1.3 million square meters of land and consists of 31 buildings.
To ensure the safety of the large site of the GRSW, TNX Systems, Axis's partner, proposed and installed full HD-grade Axis network cameras. Axis PTZ dome network cameras installed in the GRSW not only provide full HDTV quality and 20x optical zoom, but also have day and night functionality to provide high-quality images in places where there is almost no light.
Also, Axis CS-mount multifocal DC-Iris lens deliver 1-megapixel/HDTV high resolution streams with 30 fps using progressive scan to provide excellent quality images without any motion blur.
Ensuring safety through integration with the fire detection system
The automatic fire detection system automatically detects heat or smoke in case of fire, indicates where the fire started, and triggers alarms. Axis network cameras and TNX VMS are linked to the automatic fire detection system and display accurately where the fire started on a map and show images taken with the cameras in a pop-up. With the ability to now correctly grasp the situation and respond when a fire breaks out, the loss of lives and property are minimized, and shortcomings of existing firefighting facilities are remedied.
Client/server architecture makes it possible to access images anytime, anywhere
The GRSW used Axis network cameras and TNX's VMS IMVS to build the client/server-based video surveillance system that makes it possible to monitor images in real-time and search and play back recorded images not only at the central control room, but also in each office of the inspection garage. IMVS' perfect performance has been proven.
Using the optical communication network to install stable network cameras
Optical fiber was used to build the network infrastructure in the rolling stock depot on a large lot consisting of many buildings. As a result, it was possible to reduce the cost far more than with the existing analog system. PoE is supported so that power and cabling construction is not necessary, thereby reducing installation costs. Since the streaming is based on optical communication (real-time streaming protocol), which prevents image loss and noise due to transmission distance, the best image quality was secured.

When solid state meets mobile applications

When solid state meets mobile applications

Editor / Provider: Safety Vision | Updated: 10/30/2012 | Article type: Tech Corner

Safety Vision, a solutions provider of mobile video and multimedia fleet automation for more than 20 years, recently introduced a mobile-rated NVR that supports up to 12 IP HD cameras with H.264 compression. The mobile security system utilizes a patent-pending technology that combines 1-TB, 2.5-inch hard drives and solid-state drives (SSDs) for enhanced redundancy.
“The NVR is ideal for any fleet looking to secure their passengers, drivers and property,” said Justin Lindbloom, Account Executive. “The system helps reduce vandalism, theft and liability-related complaints.” Triple-redundancy recording ensures that video and audio data will never be lost, allowing transportation agencies or transit operators to feel confident in the services they provide. The reliability of SSDs and the large storage capacity of HDDs are optimized in that all SSD-recorded video, audio and metadata will be automatically transferred to the larger capacity, removable HDDs once the vehicle is parked.
Other features include 720p resolution for better video quality over CIF or D1; Cat5 cable for ease of installation and maintenance; 12 PoE ports for IP cameras; easy access and maintenance with main I/O ports on the NVR’s faceplate; and cell antenna for live look-in. The recording system’s built-in 3-G modem allows for remote access and is ideal for vehicle tracking and real-time video streaming. Integration with central management will provide advanced features, such as remote system health status, GPS coordiates, automated vehicle location, geo-fencing capabilities, customized text alerts, event downloads and dynamic video archival.

HID visitor management compatible on Genetec platform

HID visitor management compatible on Genetec platform

Editor / Provider: HID Global | Updated: 10/29/2012 | Article type: Security 50

HID Global, a worldwide provider in secure identity solutions, announced that it has integrated its EasyLobby Secure Visitor Management (SVM) software with the Genetec Synergis line of access control systems. The EasyLobby SVM also brings advanced visitor management capabilities to Genetec's Security Center offering, one of unified security platforms for access control, video surveillance and license plate recognition.

“This tight integration of the enterprise-class EasyLobby SVM with our IP access control solution brings important new visitor management capabilities to our customers,” said Jimmy Palatsoukas, Senior Product Manager at Genetec. “Synergis customers can now take advantage of the powerful features of the EasyLobby SVM solution, which has been proven across diverse applications in corporations, government agencies, educational institutions, healthcare and property management. Genetec customers can tap into the industry-leading feature set and unparalleled flexibility of the EasyLobby SVM solution and take advantage of the integration functions now available.”

HID Global's EasyLobby SVM solution offers a more efficient method for managing visitors by enabling lobby attendants to issue proximity cards or bardcoded badges to visitors or contractors directly from the EasyLobby station to open a door, turnstile or activate an elevator controlled by their Synergis access control system. EasyLobby SVM brings to Genetec Synergis customers a wide variety of visitor management capabilities that extend from visitor registration to web-based pre-registration, and employee/contractor time and attendance functionality.

Tight integration between the EasyLobby SVM and Synergis application gives Genetec customers more flexibility to quickly and easily grant proximity card or barcode access to visitors or contractors as required, without lobby attendants having to interface directly with the Synergis system. Users can issue different levels of access to visitors and contractors from the EasyLobby SVM visitor station. When a visitor or contractor is badged using SVM, all key information is automatically passed from the SVM database to the Synergis database, and the prox card or barcode is activated in real-time. When visitors check out of EasyLobby SVM, the Synergis system is immediately notified and the card is deactivated.

This same functionality also applies when the EasyLobby SVM solution is used within the Genetec Security Center, a unified security platform that seamlessly blends Genetec's Synergis access control, Omnicast video surveillance and AutoVu IP license plate recognition systems into a single solution. The Security Center consolidates real-time monitoring, alarm management, reporting, and playback of events across all security systems, from one interface, and now also delivers advanced visitor management capabilities through seamless integration of HID Global's EasyLobby SVM solution with the Synergis access control system.

Residential wine estate in South Africa upgrades to IP surveillance and access control

Residential wine estate in South Africa upgrades to IP surveillance and access control

Editor / Provider: Axis Communications | Updated: 10/23/2012 | Article type: Security 50

Franschhoek Valley lies nestled between towering mountains in the spectacular Cape Winelands, South Africa. La Petite Provence, situated in the middle of the resplendent Franschhoek Valley, is a 36-hectare residential wine estate consisting of approximately 150 houses nestled among the vines. The harmonious lifestyle is supported by a superb climate and close proximity to many of the wonders of the Western Cape region.

The village of Franschhoek remains largely unaffected by the wave of crime that has blighted many parts of South Africa for some time. However, it still remains imperative that secure estates such as La Petite Provence offer their residents an environment that maintains a zero tolerance approach to any and all types of criminal activity.

Camsecure, Axis partner, manage to design a surveillance system using Axis network cameras and Milestone software. La Petite Provence no longer operates two separate systems for surveillance and access control, thereby reducing administrative effort and expense. An integrated Automatic License Plate Recognition (ALPR) solution ensures that infringements are unable to slip between the cracks.

“Our aim was to install a surveillance solution that also functions as an auditing system to replace the existing CCTV and access tag system. This ensures that La Petite Provence security personnel remain vigilant and have the necessary tools to react swiftly and effectively to all potential risks,” explains Vivian De Meillon, Technical and Regional Manager at Camsecure.

The first phase of the installation focused on securing the main gate of the estate. Camsecure took a twoprong approach by providing Axis network cameras to provide an overview of the entire entrance area as well as more specific monitoring of the residents' and visitors' entrance lanes and the single exit lane.

Axis P3346-V network camera, fitted with an IR illuminator, offers superb video performance and provides images with better contrast, clarity, resolution and depth of field. Milestone Enterprise ALPR software allows registered vehicles to access the estate without the hassle or security breach risk of tags or access cards. License plate recognition facilitates the flow of traffic, reducing bottlenecks caused by misplaced security devices.

The surveillance solution makes it possible to blacklist vehicles that have been red-flagged for any particular reason. This means that these vehicles will be denied access to the estate and guards will be notified by an alarm signal in the gate house.

The second phase of the La Petite Provence installation by Camsecure involves the expansion of the surveillance system to other high risk areas and more sophisticated custom integration between the Axis network cameras and Milestone software to support the special process requirements of the estate.

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