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Arecont Vision Slashes Camera Prices

Arecont Vision Slashes Camera Prices

Editor / Provider: Arecont Vision | Updated: 7/16/2012 | Article type: Security 50

Arecont Vision, the industry leader in IP megapixel camera technology, announces immediate price reductions on many current 1.3 megapixel, 1080p, and 5MP cameras effective July 1, 2012.

The price reductions range between 7-12%. The models covered are AV1115xx, AV2115xx and AV5115xx MegaVideo Compact cameras, AV1355xx-xxxx and AV2155xx-xxxx MegaDome cameras, D4F-AV1115xx-xxxx, D4S-AV1115xx-xxxx, D4SO-AV1115xx-xxxx, D4F-AV2115xx-xxxx, D4S-AV2115xx-xxxx, D4SO-AV2115xx-xxxx, D4F-AV5115xx-xxxx, D4S-AV5115xx-xxxx and D4SO-AV2115xx-xxxx dome cameras and AV1125xxv1 and AV2125xxv1 MegaView cameras.

“It has been our practice to pass on cost savings in our products to our customers as we improve our cost position. The engineering team at Arecont Vision has not only provided a much more robust product family but reduced costs, too. We were also able to gain efficiencies in our production processes as our volumes have grown.” said Scott Schafer, Executive VP Arecont Vision. “We are pleased to pass our savings onto our customers, allowing them to further demonstrate to end users the superior return on investment that megapixel technology represents for all surveillance application across all vertical markets.”

Nebraska Medical Center Improves Patient Safety While Cutting Costs With IQinVision

Nebraska Medical Center Improves Patient Safety While Cutting Costs With IQinVision

Editor / Provider: IQinVision | Updated: 7/13/2012 | Article type: Commercial Markets

IQinVision announced The Nebraska Medical Center, located in Omaha, has deployed nearly 300 IQeye HD megapixel cameras to ensure patient safety, upgrade medical care, and reduce staffing costs.

When The Nebraska Medical Center wanted to streamline its operations and improve care for at-risk patients, IQinVision HD megapixel cameras and Milestone XProtect video management software proved to be the answer. With nearly 5,000 employees and 1,000 physicians, The Nebraska Medical Center is the largest health-care facility in Nebraska. The hospital hosts 624 beds and numerous departments that cover pediatrics to oncology to bio-containment.

With a number of patients who require 24/7 observation, the medical center wanted to improve the safety of these at-risk patients, while also reducing staff and overhead requirements. The Center worked with Sentrixx Security Solutions to deploy 299 IQinVision megapixel indoor day/night vandal IP domes and infrared units, and monitoring stations running Milestone XProtect Enterprise IP video surveillance software.

Nebraska Medical Center has reduced its overhead by eliminating the majority of its one-on-one bedside observation staff. There are a dozen monitoring stations located throughout the center and each station allows one or two technicians to observe multiple patients simultaneously. In just the first two months of being operational, the megapixel video system has streamlined the process for monitoring patients and saved The Nebraska Medical Center thousands of dollars.

Until recently, when a patient required 24/7 observation, the hospital placed a staff member in the room to keep an eye on the patient. This was standard practice for patients who, for example, were on suicide watch, prone to violent outbursts or in a critical state of health. It is typical for the medical center to have two or three dozen patients being watched in a one-on-one scenario on a given day, which put a strain on staffing costs.

Sentrixx installed IQinVision Megapixel indoor day/night vandal IP domed cameras, providing staff with full real-time video at 30fps with a 720p resolution. These are unobtrusive dome-style cameras that blend into the hospital's aesthetic, and they are vandal resistant. Along with each camera, Sentrixx installed an infrared unit to further improve night-time image resolution.

The Nebraska Medical Center can already cite a number of benefits even after the relatively short period of use. The deployment was fast and easy, and training staff for the advanced system took practically no time.

It is somewhat early to put a firm number on how much this has helped in regards to staffing and reducing the facility's overall spending, but staff believe they have already seen significant savings, numbering in the thousands of dollars. “I haven't seen a dollar amount since it is so early, but I know we have already saved ourselves thousands of dollars and we anticipate recouping the cost of the cameras within 7 or 8 months,” said Maureen Goltl, an operations manager at The Nebraska Medical Center.

Then there are the people being protected—patients and staff members. “We recently had a patient who was somewhat aggressive and agitated,” recalled Goltl. “We placed a person in the room with this patient, but we also decided to keep them on the monitor so the person watching the monitor could tell when the person sitting with that patient needed help. We wanted to make sure they were both safe.”

Dahua Technology Takes off in Mediterranean Region

Dahua Technology Takes off in Mediterranean Region

Editor / Provider: Dahua Technology | Updated: 7/12/2012 | Article type: Security 50

Morocco, a kingdom in North Africa that has enchanting scenery and an intriguing cultural background is an attractive market for Dahua Technology to tap. With close cooperation with its exclusive local distributor — Country Technologie, an experienced company specializing in providing a wide range of services to the IT community, Dahua Technology successfully participated in some local applications covering various industries.

Oil Industry — Petromin Corporation

Located in Jeddah, Petromin Corporation is the market leader in Saudi Arabia for the oil industry. Over the past two decades, it has produced over 150 various products and exported to more than 35 countries in GCC, Middle East, Africa and Asia.

Globally the oil industry continues its prosperity, but still, we can learn about some unfortunate accidents which led to irrecoverable losses. Thus, Petromin Corporation planned to improve its production safety by adding Dahua DVRs to its current video surveillance system.

DH-DVR1604LE-L is a 1.5U DVR with 16 channel video inputs and 4 audio inputs. It supports 1stch & 9thch D1 & other channels CIF realtime recording. The unit accommodates 4 SATA & 1 eSATA. In addition, it supports HDMI (up to 1080p) & VGA simultaneous output.

Furniture & Decoration Retailer — Kitea

Kitea is the most influential furniture & decoration retailer in Morocco. The enterprise is driven by a simple but fantastic idea of offering modern furniture which is practical and incorporated with aesthetics considerations, which are affordable for all Moroccans. Kitea has opened scores of retail stores in Morocco, which means they have plenty to consider about: the store condition, display layout, cashier desk etc. Therefore, they were keen to have qualified storage devices with multi-channel inputs to get ongoing events in control.

After careful consideration and testing, DH-DVR3204LE-U was selected for Kitea. DH-DVR3204LE-U is a 2U DVR with 32 channel video inputs and 16 audio inputs. It supports all channel CIF or special channel D1 realtime recording. The unit accommodates 8 SATA & 1 eSATA.

Manufacturing Industry — Automotive Wiring System Morocco

As a leading provider for Volkswagen Polo, AWSM owns a credit for the world's best-selling cars by offering reliable wiring harnesses. Located in Tangier Free Zone (TFZ), it has a mass production order demand each day. Therefore, to further standardize and regulate the production procedure as well as ensure the product quality, AWSM chose Dahua's cameras and have them installed in workshops and offices. The selected camera model — DH-IPC-HFW3300 is a 3-megapixel full HD network camera that not only has outstanding image quality, but also interoperability and compatibility for future integration.

Featuring 1/2.8” 3mp SONY PS Exmor CMOS image sensor and advanced TI DaVinci Series DSP, it presents a wonderful full HD image quality and crisp and sharp detail reproduction.

GeoVision Launches 1.3 Megapixel Hybrid LPR Cameras

GeoVision Launches 1.3 Megapixel Hybrid LPR Cameras

Editor / Provider: GeoVision | Updated: 7/12/2012 | Article type: Security 50

GeoVision launches a 1.3-megapixel (1.3MP) hybrid license plate recognition (LPR) camera, with 10 meters (32.8 ft) IR LED range, for those who are looking for an IP camera dedicated only to capture high definition vehicle license plate images with broaden field of view. In some cases it could take as many as two-lane, and still with recognizable images good for recognition engine.

1.3MP networkable in LPR camera
GeoVision has been putting a lot of efforts in the research and development of LPR management systems and cameras, and hybrid LPR camera (GV-Hybrid LPR camera) has been the innovated product that has recently been released for this professional market. As the name suggests, the camera outputs both in analog and digital, with the digital it gives 1.3MP high definition license plate images for recognition.

Intelligent IR
GV-Hybrid LPR camera is one of the few IP cameras in market that is designed solely for the purpose of capturing vehicle license plate images. In that it means from the default settings to the auto-adjusts, the camera is aimed to produce high contrast images, avoiding chances of overexposure or hot spot effects, even under challenging day/night lighting, and harsh temperature.

Outdoor with heater and fan
The camera (IP66-standard) is also good for outdoor installation, and with the built-in heater and fan, it ensures reliable performance at all times. It is rather easy to setup as configurations to camera can be done through a user-friendly web-based interface. For those who are looking for an IP camera dedicated for a LPR system, GV-Hybrid LPR camera is worth to try.

Samsung Techwin Introduces Full HD 20x PTZ Network Dome Camera

Samsung Techwin Introduces Full HD 20x PTZ Network Dome Camera

Editor / Provider: Samsung Techwin | Updated: 7/10/2012 | Article type: Security 50

Air and sea ports, car parks, schools, large retail stores, petrol station forecourts and sports stadia are just a few of the environments where operators are likely to value the 20x optical zoom facility incorporated into the SNP-6200, Samsung's recently introduced network Full HD network PTZ dome camera.

The SNP-6200 is capable of capturing 2 megapixel evidence grade images which can be displayed in 16:9 format at Full HD 1080p resolution and utilises Progressive Scan technology to provide sharp edges on moving subjects and vehicles.

“Despite its competitive price, we have packed the SNP-6200 with an almost endless list of features which can offer practical benefits to security personnel who are endeavouring to keep one step ahead of thieves and vandals,” said Tim Biddulph, IP Product Manager for Samsung Techwin Europe Ltd. “The SNP-6200, for example, supports multi-streaming of video using either H.264 and MJPEG compression and can therefore be simultaneously used for real-time monitoring, mobile monitoring, high quality or high-efficiency recording, SD memory recording and for E-mail notification purposes.”

The ONVIF compliant SNP-6200 is equipped with license-free Intelligent Video Analytics (IVA), which includes optical tripwire and enter/exit direction detection, as well as an Appear/Disappear function to detect the movement of objects.

In addition, Samsung's Smart Codec technology offers facial recognition and for specific areas of interest within a scene to be captured at a higher resolution than the rest. This means that areas such as doorways, human faces, or windows are transmitted or recorded at full resolution, whilst other areas with the scene are reduced to save file sizes and put the user firmly in control of bandwidth management.

Other features include Wide Dynamic Range, PoE (Power over Ethernet), a multi language on-screen display and an Internal SD memory card slot to locally store or back up alarm triggered video. The SNP-6200 is also fully compatible with Samsung's licence-free NET-i viewer software which allows remote viewing, control and administration of single or multiple site security systems via a PC anywhere in the world.

The SNP-6200H which has been launched at the same time, shares the same features of the SNP-6200 but is designed to operate effectively in harsh environments where the temperature may be as low as -50°C or as high as +50°C. It is IP66 rated and supplied inside an aluminium housing with a sunshield, fan and heater.

The SNP-6200 and SNP-6200H are offered with an extensive range of accessories and brackets to provide a choice of wall, pole, parapet, pendant, corner and in-ceiling mounts.

Dahua Technology Takes off in Mediterranean Region

Dahua Technology Takes off in Mediterranean Region

Editor / Provider: a&s China Best Buys | Updated: 7/29/2012 | Article type: China Corner

Morocco, a kingdom in North Africa that has enchanting scenery and an intriguing cultural background is an attractive market for Dahua Technology to tap. With close cooperation with its exclusive local distributor — Country Technologie, an experienced company specializing in providing a wide range of services to the IT community, Dahua Technology successfully participated in some local applications covering various industries.

Oil Industry — Petromin Corporation
Located in Jeddah, Petromin Corporation is the market leader in Saudi Arabia for the oil industry. Over the past two decades, it has produced over 150 various products and exported to more than 35 countries in GCC, Middle East, Africa and Asia.

Globally the oil industry continues its prosperity, but still, we can learn about some unfortunate accidents that led to irrecoverable losses. Thus, Petromin Corporation planned to improve its production safety by adding Dahua DVRs to its current video surveillance system.

DH-DVR1604LE-L is a 1.5U DVR with 16 channel video inputs and 4 audio inputs. It supports 1st ch & 9th ch D1 & other channels CIF realtime recording. The unit accommodates 4 SATAs & 1 eSATA. In addition, it supports HDMI (up to 1080p) & VGA simultaneous output.

Furniture & Decoration Retailer — Kitea
Kitea is the most influential furniture & decoration retailer in Morocco. The enterprise is driven by a simple but fantastic idea of offering modern furniture which is practical and incorporated with aesthetics considerations, which are affordable for all Moroccans.

Kitea has opened scores of retail stores in Morocco, which means they have plenty to consider about: the store condition, display layout, cashier desk etc. Therefore, they were keen to have qualified storage devices with multichannel inputs to get ongoing events in control.

After careful consideration and testing, DH-DVR3204LE-U was selected for Kitea. DH-DVR3204LE-U is a 2U DVR with 32 channel video inputs and 16 channel audio inputs. It supports all channel CIF or special channel D1 realtime recording. The unit accommodates 8 SATAs & 1 eSATA.

Manufacturing Industry — Automotive Wiring System Morocco
As a leading provider for Volkswagen Polo, AWSM owns a credit for the world's best-selling cars by offering reliable wiring harnesses. Located in Tangier Free Zone (TFZ), it has a mass production order demand each day. Therefore, to further standardize and regulate the production procedure as well as ensure the product quality, AWSM chose Dahua's cameras and have them installed in workshops and offices. The selected camera model — DH-IPC-HFW3300 is a 3-megapixel full HD network camera that not only has outstanding image quality, but also interoperability and compatibility for future integration.

Featuring 1/2.8" 3-megapixel SONY PS Exmor CMOS image sensor and advanced TI DaVinci Series DSP, it presents a wonderful full HD image quality and crisp and sharp detail reproduction.

Vision
Dahua Technology values the Moroccan market due to its special geographical position and strong economy, William Zhou, the Sales Manager in charge of Latin-Africa region, added: "Morocco is one of our important target areas, we will continue to work closely with our exclusive regional distributor and participate more in local projects to offer even better products and services to all clients who use our products." The General Manager of Country Technologie, Mr. Anas also expressed his satisfaction for nice cooperation with Dahua Technology, he appreciates the excellent support from Dahua over the years and looks forward to further cooperation.

Low Light Megapixel Network Camera from Hikvision

Low Light Megapixel Network Camera from Hikvision

Editor / Provider: Hikvision | Updated: 7/5/2012 | Article type: Security 50

Hikvision recently introduced a new network box camera -- DS-2CD855F-E that features 2 megapixel resolution and excellent low-light capability, suitable for high definition day / night surveillance applications.

A camera's performance in dark areas is taking on a larger degree of importance in today's surveillance world which requires round-the-clock monitoring. Realizing this, Hikvision introduced series cameras capable of excellent low-light performance, the DS-2CD855F-E 2MP low light camera is notable from them.

Incorporating Hikvision's powerful ISP (Image Signal Processing) technology, the DS-2CD855F-E can excel in ultra low light environments - the camera's sensitivity in dark environments is greatly improved. The product features an IR cut filter allowing the camera to automatically switch to B/W mode and the ability to operate under a minimum illumination of 0.005Lux@ F1.2. Moreover, Hikvision 3D DNR (Digital Noise Reduction) technology further helps the camera to deliver utmost image quality and reduce the blurring of moving objects.

The DS-2CD855F-E can well meet customers' demand for consistent high-quality images regardless of low light conditions, which makes it very competitive in the IP surveillance market.

Samsung Introduces New HD Network Camera

Samsung Introduces New HD Network Camera

Editor / Provider: Samsung Techwin | Updated: 7/4/2012 | Article type: Security 50

Samsung's new SNB-5001 1.3 megapixel network camera is designed to provide an affordable HD video surveillance solution for retail and office type environments.

“Worldwide there are thousands of video surveillance systems being installed each week where the superb quality images which can be captured by HD cameras, could help users take their security to a much higher level,” said Tim Biddulph, IP Product Manager for Samsung Techwin Europe. “Until now, the relatively high price of HD cameras has prohibited their use for the vast majority of these installations. We have produced the SNB-5001 specifically to overcome this problem in that it incorporates most of the important features associated with HD technology, but at an affordable price level.”

The ONVIF compliant SNB-5001 supports H.264 and MJPEG compression methods, providing the option to simultaneously transmit images to multiple locations at various frame rates, including 1.3 megapixel (1280 x 1024), 16:9HD (1280 x 720), QVGA (320 x 240), SVGA (800x 600) and VGA (640 x 480). A number of different users, if authorised, are therefore able to monitor live images at one location, record video evidence at another or view live and recorded images on a Smartphone or iPhone via the Samsung iPOLiS application.

A scene change tampering feature incorporated into the SNB-5001 creates an alert if, for example, paint is sprayed on a camera lens or if there is unauthorised movement of a camera away from its usual field of view. Four programmable Motion Detection zones, 12 programmable Privacy Zones and PoE (Power over Ethernet) are just a few of the additional features built into the SNB-5001 which also has a Day/Night feature which automatically configures the camera to capture either colour or B/W images depending on the prevailing lighting conditions. Fully compatible with Samsung's license free NET-i-Viewer software, the SNB-5001 has a multi–language webpage for easy set up.

“Although ideal for applications where a large number of HD cameras are required, the price point of the SNB-5001 means that it can also provide a cost effective option as a replacement for existing analogue cameras at locations such as office receptions, or at the front of retail stores, where there is a requirement to capture evidence grade images of any activity,” said Tim Biddulph.

Secutech International 2012 — China's Perspective

Secutech International 2012 — China's Perspective

Editor / Provider: Evangeline Xie | Updated: 7/6/2012 | Article type: China Corner

The event is Asia's largest international exhibition and conference for the electronic security, info security, fire and safety industry sectors. Celebrating its 15th anniversary this year, the exhibition is no longer just a sourcing fair, but a center of innovation and a propeller of industry.

Overall Performance
No other show like Secutech catering to the full supplying chain of the industry. It is designed as a manufacturing powerhouse by offering lens, image sensor, the DSP and codec to the integrated solutions for various applications. Unlike other largescaled international exhibitions which emphasis the quantity, Secutech is characterized by good quality that is also the screening standard for the exhibitors.

This year attracted more than 25,510 visitors from 97 different nations. There are 56 Chinese exhibitors taking an active part in the event, such as the well-known brands Dahua and Hikvision as well as some other quality companies. Beside the first tier's nice performance, second-tier players also presented an eye-catching demonstration.

Michael Chen, Vice President for Zhejiang Dahua Technology, recognized that Secutech has offered an international stage. “It is a good platform to show products and new technology, as well as to network,” he explained. “I am happy to see different products here and to have a chance for sharing experiences with exhibitors from Japan, Korea and Taiwan.”

New Highlights
Secutech is designed to be a manufacturing powerhouse, providing a platform for all exhibitors to showcase their new products of the year. Visitors can find the latest innovative products from video, storage device, access control, lens and more. New products from Chinese exhibitors are among this year's highlights.

Video Surveillance
Sunell showcased its 720P/1080P megapixel network mini dome with IR and fixed lens, 720P/1080P megapixel network eyeball camera with compact base, 720P/1080P megapixel network bullet camera with cable management bracket, easy installation and adjustment.

Another Chinese manufacturer TVT has refined its products from front-end to back-end. The company releases its total solution of network products as well as HD-SDI. With its adoption of Hisilicon chips and the outward design, TVT products have highlighted the overall performance of Chinese manufacturers.

Youguan CCTV Technology showcased its new vari-focal IR high speed dome and HD-SDI vari-focal IR high speed dome, both are of the third generation. When it comes to HD-SDI, there are several exhibitors foreseeing its future demanding. “We showcase our latest HD-SDI camera at the show,” said Sales Manager of OFK Technology. “We expect HD-SDI will have more demanding in the future while the market and few technological concerns have been solved. From Secutech, lots of buyers are also paying attention to its development.”

Lens
For the part of lens, Ricom and Leading can be excellent players. The release of the megapixel lens after the earthquake has met the Japan's market niche, those lenses are welcomed by many manufacturers from Korea and Taiwan due to the top quality and original technology.

Leading showcased its 10-megapixel 1/2.3-inch 5.4mm no-distortion lens, 5-megapixel 1/1.8-inch fisheye lens as well as 5-megapixel lens for intelligent transportation system. “Europe and America is our target market, we aimed to provide the perfect optical solutions for the high-end customers within the shortest time,” said Beth Wu, Vice President of Xiamen Leading Optics. “To-date, we can realize high definition in the front-end part and our quality is being credited compare to other foreign brands,” added Wu.

How to Better Serve Customers
Sunell put much strength in the promotion of network camera, which can be judged by its elaborate booth. Its general engineer of R&D also joins the overseas exhibition around the world for acquiring multiple demands of foreign buyers.

TVT has business all over the world now, but it sees greater chance in Europe now than that in other countries. They believe the value is mainly incorporated in complete solutions, reliable quality, and right products at right price. “We will definitely enhance our communication with customers. All the service is about how to make our customer profitable at low risk,” said Joe Qiu, Overseas Business Director of TVT.

In Qiu's opinion, to get this target done, they need more engineers for better software and hardware, more technical sales for better education and communication, and also need more serious quality control to maintain the delivery quality.

“We designed the mechanical parts, hardware, and software. It's different in following aspects in the IR technology and the mechanical design,” said Eddy Que, General Manager of Youguan, “we make the lower part rotating, thus reduce the burden of rotation and speed could be higher. Also it avoids breakdown of BNC cable as the cable will not rotate together with the dome.”

Additionally, the company has set up channels in Europe, North America and Middle East for shortening the distance with customers, which are the key point of its overseas market are located in Europe and North America, where the integrity and consistency are what matter.

Other Highlights
Giant Alarm System Company showcased multi-frequency remote control duplicator and rolling code receiver. “Using the special duplicators which are produced by our company, all users can copy to have new transmitters which can be used directly and the new ones will work well and won't send same codes as original ones,” said Pan Defeng, General Manager of Giant Alarm System. “Adopting the rolling code encoder program which is written by our company gives controllers top security since other companies' products can't copy our transmitters.”

“Nowadays, there are more and more competitors who can produce at cheaper price, the market is not made-in-China, in such case, how to fix our market, improve our service and innovate our products would be a great challenge,” said Pan. “We need to search new opportunity to enlarge our market share, so our biggest challenge is how to enter into emerging market and catch it,” added Pan.

Anson showcased its network security recorder (NSR), which integrates DVR, video surveillance, access control and alarm function. Medium and small-scaled security project can be accomplished with only one NSR, allowing system stability and cost-effectiveness in the application.

Challenge and Expectation
It seems still so gloomy ahead for the world economy. The security industry inevitably cannot be influenced from the turmoil. Moreover, the industry is also shaping not only from the technological front but also from the business model front.

“At the transitional period from analogue to high definition, the refinement of the product line will impose some pressure manufacturers. Therefore, manufacturers need to move ahead with their in-house values, in terms of innovation and quick responding to the mainstream,” said Zhao Bin, General Manager of Anson.

“Increasing competition on the pricing brings impediment for the application range of middle to high technology products, as well as new production development, this is the challenge we are facing right now.” said Ann Wu, Vice President of Sunell.

TVT finds the biggest challenge now is to differentiate themselves from others, technically and commercially. “It is important to be special and make your customer feel the difference,” said Qiu, “Another challenge is how to process information in a better way with our customers, and to respond to market demands more efficiently.”

According to Que, presently, there are too many suppliers on the market, some are good, and some are not. The problem lies in the fact that buyers can't tell which are good or not, which are real. “Youguan's strength is R&D and technology, and we need to make more effort to promote us, to let our customers know how we are different,” added Que.

Youguan adopts the technology from Germany and Japan, the IR can zoom in and out simultaneously with the zoom module, according to the light condition. And also the IR lamp is 3rd generation IR technology, the IR light is more uniformly distributed and avoid flash light effect of traditional IR LED. The company made a special IR compensation light for wide angle at short distance, which guarantee clearer image.

On the contrary, there are still numerous Chinese suppliers who still being ignorant to buyers' requirement and reluctant know-how to market in overseas market. Compared with the manufacturers from Taiwan and Korea, the performance of some Chinese players seems a bit rough occasionally in terms of the technical personnel, marketing and expertise.

Manufacturing is the undeniable advantage for most of Chinese suppliers. Generally speaking, the Chinese-made quality has improved greatly. However, we expect more and more Chinese suppliers paying more attention to business quality and in the near future, more buyers will be gratified with business with most of Chinese manufactures.

Vivotek Provides Wider Megapixel Range to Norbain for Better Euro Coverage

Vivotek Provides Wider Megapixel Range to Norbain for Better Euro Coverage

Editor / Provider: Norbain | Updated: 6/28/2012 | Article type: Security 50

Norbain and Vivotek have joined forces to offer customers 5-Megaxpixel IP surveillance solutions. Vivotek, a leading brand in the security industry, is known for its specialty and expertise in system applications and integrations.

The strategic partnership will extend the reach of Vivotek's wide range of products to the European market. The comprehensive product line of Vivotek includes network cameras, video servers, video receivers and central management systems.

According to Sharon Lee, Sales Director of Brand Business at Vivotek, Vivotek has had a long standing relationship with Norbain, who has played a vital role in strengthening market coverage of the brand in Europe. "Our European expansion is in direct response to the increasing demand for IP-based surveillance products and solutions around the globe," said Lee. "The security industry is highly competitive and growing rapidly. Users are constantly seeking versatile, easy-to-use and reliable solutions. Although there are many choices on the market for network cameras, none of them comes close to the usability, affordability and reliability of Vivotek.”

Designed by Vivotek's innovative Research & Development teams adopting ground-breaking codec technologies, the 5-Megaxpixel solutions are ideal for professional applications.

“Vivotek have again listened to what the market requires and have delivered more products that enhances their current range of IP based surveillance cameras,” comments Buzz Coates, Norbain's CCTV manager. “Working in conjunction with Vivotek extends our customers' confidence in Norbain's ability to supply affordable and reliable products/solutions in the IP-based video surveillance industry.”

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