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ADT partners with Life360 to deliver personal security via mobile

ADT partners with Life360 to deliver personal security via mobile

Editor / Provider: ADT | Updated: 5/15/2014 | Article type: Security 50

ADT, security and home automation provider, announced a partnership with Life360, a provider in location-based services and family networking technology. The partnership will provide a valuable generation source for ADT and enable the development of innovative, co-branded mobile security applications to provide greater safety and security services to families. As part of the agreement, ADT is taking a minority ownership stake in the company through a $25 million investment, leading a $50 million Series C financing for Life360. The investment forges a mutually beneficial bond for the two companies to work together to advance personal security solutions available to the more than 33 million families who use Life360.

“We've expanded beyond helping protect and connect homes and businesses,” said Arthur Ordua, senior vice president and chief innovation officer for ADT. “Today, ADT provides security and monitoring solutions for families wherever they are. This partnership with Life360 fits within our innovation strategy to reinvent the idea of ‘security' for our increasingly mobile lifestyles. It's a perfect pairing as ADT and Life360 are both leaders in their categories that share a very similar vision and mission – to provide peace of mind to families.”

One planned development from the partnership is a new mobile application that will integrate features from ADT Chaperone, an existing ‘on-the-go' personal security offering from ADT. The upcoming mobile application from ADT and Life360 will provide direct access to ADT's 24/7 monitoring centers that can connect users to police, fire and emergency medical responders. “Soon every family will be able to use the app to meet their unique needs, whether it's providing a chaperone for a child walking home from school and verifying they reached their destination, or knowing to arm the home's security system when the house is vacant,” added Ordu?a.

By leveraging the best of ADT and Life360 technologies, users will feel relaxed knowing their families can check in with the touch of a button, rather than having to make a call, or take a break to contact their loved ones. Users will not only have greater peace of mind while on the go, but also gain the added convenience of home automation, including control of lights, door locks and more, directly from their mobile phone.

“The investment and partnership with ADT further cements Life360's position as the leading family network, and allows us to deepen our reach into the connected home,” said Chris Hulls, Life360 founder and chief executive officer. “Mobile is at the center of the connected home, and given security is a critical element for today's families, our integration with ADT offers customers the value of one of the world's largest security and home automation providers, plus the connectivity of the largest family network.”

The new co-developed mobile application will be available in late 2014. The app will be free, and upgraded security features from ADT will be available at a nominal monthly subscription fee.

TOP10 most popular security products for April 2014

TOP10 most popular security products for April 2014

Editor / Provider: Erica Lin | Updated: 5/15/2014 | Article type: Hot Topics

asmag.com would like to introduce the TOP10 popular products for April 2014 in this report.

Have a quick look first: This month except for OB Telecom, the Top 10 most popular products are from the brand ranking of Security 50. Compared to last month, most of the products make first presence in the TOP10, two seats, unsurprisingly were taken by Hikvision's IP cameras, as previous winners in the last three months. With two products from Hikvision, the other most-clicked products were coming from Bosch, Dahua, DSC, EverFocus, Honeywell, MOBOTIX, OB telecom and VIVOTEK.

According to this ranking list, the attention of user market stays on those features including IR / Thermal detection, and 1.3 MP / 3 MP resolution. More importantly, easy-to-use designs that enable end users to save time, means reduction of total cost.

1. Hikvision DS-2CD2412F-I (W) 1.3MP IR Cube Network Camera
The first place of the TOP10 for March goes to Hikvision DS-2CD2412F-I (W) 1.3MP IR Cube Network Camera, with a leading 529-click from all around the world. Among them, more than half viewers came from America. This has been the third month in a row since this camera was first honored in December 2013. This cube camera comes with passive infrared sensor (PIS) and is capable of detecting objects within a range of 10-meter; meanwhile, this IR Cube camera is able to sustain a weather of -30 °C ~ 60 °C (-22 °F ~ 140 °F).

2. VIVOTEK IP8355EH WDR Bullet Network Camera
Right after, as a new comer in April, VIVOTEK IP8355EH wins the 2nd place with 354 clicks, receiving most of the clicks from America and Asia. This 1.3MP IR camera, with enhanced WDR, WDR Pro II (140dB), provides high image quality of 1280*1024p at 30fps even in low-light condition. Moreover, it is equipped with smart focus system, reaching the weather-proof level of IP67 for tough outdoor conditions and remote control.

3. Bosch DINION IP imager 9000 HD
As another new comer on list of TOP10 for April, Bosch DINION IP IMAGER 9000HD takes the 3rd place with 265 clicks, with nearly half of viewers from America. This Bosch active infrared 1080p30 HD camera is dedicated for 24-hour perimeter surveillance. Its remotely adjustable high power infrared illumination delivers no-light detection performance up to 120 m (394 ft). The embedded Video Analysis firmware turns the camera into automated detector.

4. DSC PowerSeries Neo HS2-Series Control Panel
Closely right behind as No.4 is DSC PowerSeries Neo HS2. Receiving 256 clicks,this new comer had the highest click-through rate from America in this rank. DSC, since acquired by Tyco in 2002, becomes an individual brand under Tyco Fire & Security. The PowerSeries Neo gives a hybrid feature-rich platform with more reliable communication through 2-way wireless PowerG technology. Not just user-friendly, the HS2-Series control panel can effectively lower operating cost by reduction of false alarms, and remote diagnostics and maintenance.

5. Hikvision DS-2CD2432F-I (W) 3MP IR Cube Network Camera
Coming closely after is Hikvision IR Cube Camera. This model—DS-2CD2432F-I (W)— definitely not a stranger to the TOP10 ranking. Since it first appeared last year, this IR Cube camera has been one of the hot products on the TOP10 throughout the past three months with a steady click-through rate. In a total of 254 clicks, most came from America.

6. Dahua IPC-K100/ K100A/ K100W 1.3MP HD Cube Network Camera
With a total of 250 clicks, Dahua 1.3MP HD cube network camera takes the 6th place in the TOP10. This all-in-one DIY home security system is designed for smart home fanatics. It has built-in PIR sensors that detect motion and tampering. Also, it supports wireless Wi-Fi 802.11n connectivity. The camera features a wide-angle lens that records 1.3MP video, and works well under low-light conditions. It sends notifications to users' smartphones whenever an activity is detected along with Dahua DMSS APP. The alarm is armed or disarmed with manual controls via smartphone or web app.

 

7. Honeywell IS-4500 IP Video Door Phone
The 7th place goes to another smart home device—Honeywell IS-4500 IP Video Door Phone. As a new comer on TOP10, it received 221 clicks, with over half viewers coming from America. This video door phone provides property owners and safety guards multiple communication with visitors and neighbors. Full screen visitor display and a support of 2 door cameras make this video door phone a handy and easy-to-use security device.

8. EverFocus ENVR8304E 8-Channel Plug & Play NVR
Closely right behind with 209 clicks, the No.8 is EverFocus ENVR NVR. It is also a winner of Secutech Excellence Award 2014 early this year. EVER8304E features 8-channel real-time recording and playback at 1080p resolution. The supporting of megapixel cameras and adoption of the H.264 compression format insure a smooth, high-quality video recording and viewing. Mostly, it makes operating easier with the plug and play design, and monitoring / playback of video from mobile devices via MobileFocus / MobileFocus Plus Apps.

9. OB Telecom 9331DM Mini HD-SDI Optical Converter
Taking the 9th place is OB Telecom HD-SDI optical converter. Out of the total 217 clicks, half viewers came from America. This 1-channel mini converter, supporting up to 1080p@60HZ resolution, transmits one channel of HD-SDI video plus optional one channel return RS485 signal over one single mode or multimode fiber cable. Its operation condition reaches an industrial grade of -30°C  - 75°C .

10. MOBOTIX M15D AllroundDual M15 Thermal camera
Last but not least, coming to the 10th place is MOBOTIX M15D Thermal Camera with 208 clicks. This high-end thermal camera from Germany, takes a design of M15D system platform, ensuring maximum flexibility for the MOBOTIX thermographic camera. The M15D comes with thermal sensors of typically 50 mK and a temperature measuring range of -40 to +550°C/-40 to +1022°F.

 * Please note that the above statistics are not based on the sum of clicks but the accumulation of IP addresses.

For last month's TOP10 products, click here.

Dahua unveils tri-brid HDCVI DVR for optimized interoperability

Dahua unveils tri-brid HDCVI DVR for optimized interoperability

Editor / Provider: Dahua | Updated: 5/13/2014 | Article type: Security 50

Dahua Technology, the China-based major manufacturer of video surveillance products, has recently introduced tri-brid HDCVI DVR (DH-HCVR7000-series), a digital video recorder compatible with three signals—HDCVI, analog and network .

Hybrid DVR has been brought to the market with the rising popularity of IP technology, and it turned out to be a good solution on addressing problems of mixed systems where both analog and network cameras have been applied.

The tri-brid HDCVI DVR is not only compatible with mainstream cameras and megapixel IP signals, but also an improvement in terms of its capability. HCVR7000-series supports 200Mbps network transmission, allowing smooth real-time encoding and playback; it also supports dual-HDMI output as a storage device accommodating multiple HD signals. With P2P technology adopted, a quick QR code scan on the device could realize monitoring at mobil0e phone, saving trouble for applying dynamic domain name.

“HDCVI is picking up very promisingly in the market,” said Tim Shen, Marketing Director at Dahua Technology. “In order to be more open to other technologies and to usher a wider acceptance by more people, we see tri-brid HDCVI DVR is the driving force to achieve more market share. Even though HDCVI is the in-house innovation but how to keep its interoperability with other technologies is an issue for more people welcoming our solution as people today all want an open system that can easily upgrade and integrate with one and another.”

“The point of releasing is to fulfill the existing HDCVI solution,” Shen added. “Compared with previous DVRs, DH-HCVR7000-series has been greatly improved in its connectivity and flexibility, and building on this success, we will keep refining our HDCVI to meet customers' demands.”

GKB safeguards hotel in Medina

GKB safeguards hotel in Medina

Editor / Provider: Sponsored by GKB | Updated: 5/12/2014 | Article type: Commercial Markets

BACKGROUND
Hotel Al Fayroz Season is located in the central area in Medina, Saudi Arabia, within a short walking distance from where the Prophet's Mosque is. The hotel provides 506 rooms and suits and is able to accommodate more than 1500 guests. In order to have better protection of guests' safety and optimize hotel quality, the management team proposed the needs for a more reliable and flexible surveillance system. GKB professional IP solution, including Diplomat IP cameras and most featured Cloud Platform secures Hotel Al Fayroz Season with an additional layer of security.

SOLUTIONS
GKB team has already installed 140 network cameras in total with two 720P models: GKB D44624 and D34724 cameras. D44624 is a bullet outdoor camera with IP66 water-proof and 2 way audio functions. D34724 is a vandal-proof dome network camera. Both IP cameras support 8 video streams and PoE functions; GKB's remote monitoring software, NVR-10 and Viewer-11, enable hotel to operate on a centralized system for better efficiency and effectiveness with superior image quality and situational awareness.

BENEFITS
* Easier integration with other security devices – GKB provides an open IP platform making it much easier to integrate with other security devices such as access control.
* GKB's IP solution can be extended to as many IP cameras as users want without extra license fee, saving much more cost for the users when needs grow.
* With the GKB's Cloud platform, users can manage all their own surveillance equipments anytime and anywhere.

 

Sponsored by:

About GKB GKB Security Corporation is a global security solutions provider with a full range of CCTV, IP, Mobile, Video Fire Detection System and Home Automation products and support services designed to meet the needs of small and medium-sized system integrators and security installers.

LILIN secures upper-scale apartment complex in N.Taipei harbor city

LILIN secures upper-scale apartment complex in N.Taipei harbor city

Editor / Provider: Sponsored by LILIN | Updated: 5/12/2014 | Article type: Residential & Consumer

An upper-class apartment complex with spectacular harbor view, located along the coast of Northern Taipei city, Taiwan, has over 380 apartment units, library, karaoke room, sporting facilities including a tennis court, gym facility, outdoor swimming pool, spa room, and other amenities. The apartment complex was completed in 2013, and the committee of the apartment complex was in particularly looking for system that is able to perform video surveillance from a central monitoring room and facilitate remote access to images captured at various points throughout the facilities.

With its large-surface area and concentrated sporting, social, and cultural activities, this apartment complex found it necessary to install a flexible, modern, and agile video surveillance system that would allow real-time monitoring over perimeters, access points, and public areas, in order to provide greater protection for critical areas of the entire residential community.

LILIN Stood Out
LILIN Video Surveillance could be easily deployed over a wide geographical area with no network bottlenecks. The solutions also had to deliver high quality live and recorded video from multiple viewing stations anywhere in the site. Therefore, the committee of the apartment complex chose LILIN to provide their residents reliable and dependable security solution.

Insallation
LILIN network camera, fitted with an IR illuminator, offers superb video performance and provides images with better depth of field (DOF), resolution, and clarity. The harbor-view apartment complex has deployed dome cameras – IPD2122, vandal-resistant cameras – IPR7424, PTZ speed domes – IPS212, CMX video recorder – CMX1108, and coupled with ANPR software allows registered vehicles to access the multi-story underground parking structure without the hassle of access cards or security breach risk of tags. License Plate Recognition is able to effectively reduce bottlenecks caused by misplaced security devices, and also help to facilitate the flow of traffic.

Products at a Glance
* 36x Dome camera, IPD2122
* 52x Vandal-proof IP66 rating camera, IPR7424
* 1x PTZ speed dome, IPS212
* CMX video recorder, CMX1108
* ANPR software

Results & Customer Feedback
The customer is very impressed with the LILIN products. Its advanced system design gives an impressive degree of control over entire complex facilities, and video verification provides clear proof of whether an intruder has broken in. LILIN supplies such elegant industrial design combined with intuitive software. LILIN combines software and hardware together in one ecosystem that offers an absolutely end-to-end experience for end-users.

 

Sponsored by: 
LILIN is a global IP video manufacturer with over 30 years of experience. Throughout the years, the company has maintained its dedication to Creativity, Progress, and Excellence providing expertise in digital video with a strong focus on innovation moving forward.

Tyco Security Products launches technology events for DACH region in May

Tyco Security Products launches technology events for DACH region in May

Editor / Provider: Tyco Security Products | Updated: 5/9/2014 | Article type: Security 50

Tyco Security Products, part of Tyco, the pure-play fire protection and security company, announced a series of technology events in Germany, Austria and Switzerland. Beginning in May, the one-day sessions will provide educational opportunities on the newest technologies from Tyco Security Products available to dealers, integrators, monitoring stations and their customers in the DACH region.

The free events will allow visitors to meet with sales and technical teams from the various Tyco Security Products brands, participate in discussions, and offer feedback on the company's current technology offerings, integrations and product roadmap. In addition, there will be hands-on demonstrations of security solutions from alarm and intrusion brands DSC, Visonic, and Bentel Security, access control brands CEM Systems and Kantech, American Dynamics and Exacq Technologies for video surveillance to complement the presentations.

“While the major trade shows are important venues for Tyco Security Products, we're pleased to offer our customers the opportunity for education on our newest technologies in these smaller, more intimate settings,” said Eli Williams, Regional Sales Director, Western Europe, Tyco Security Products. “Regional events offer the opportunity for in-depth conversations about specific customer concerns and how the unique integrations between our products can help mitigate risks within their organization.”

The events will highlight several product introductions, including the PowerSeries Neo from DSC, the industry's most comprehensive hybrid intrusion detection system, Visonic's innovative PowerMaster 33 wireless intrusion system, and the ABSOLUTA 3.5 G3 intrusion panel from Bentel. Kantech's innovative Intevo platform, which offers integrated access control, video and intrusion to the small and medium business market, and emerald, CEM's revolutionary touch screen intelligent access terminal round out the highlights in access control. American Dynamics will present its growing portfolio of IP HD cameras, including the cost-effective Illustra Flex series, the Illustra Compact series for discrete surveillance and the powerful and accurate Illustra 625 PTZ for active surveillance environments. Exacq Technologies will demonstrate the exacqVision VMS v6.0, which makes searching for video surveillance evidence faster and more intuitive with the new SpeedSearch feature.

Each event will also feature a series of presentations where attendees will receive more in depth information from product experts. The sessions will also provide perspective on upcoming developments within the various industry-leading product lines.

HDPRO introduces new series HD-SDI security cameras

HDPRO introduces new series HD-SDI security cameras

Editor / Provider: HDPRO | Updated: 5/8/2014 | Article type: Security 50

HDPRO, the Korean major surveillance equipment manufacturers, recently released new series of HD-SDI security cameras. Among them, the weatherproof FULL HD cameras (HD-QZ744CT, HD-QZ1850HTL, HD-QZ1741HTL ) feature 1/3” CMOS with 2.1Megapixel image quality, allowing for highly-detailed image viewing experience. Given the weatherproof housing and design, the new models are set for rugged outdoor conditions and extra night vision abilities. Among them, the HD-QZ1850HTL is equipped with98pcs of IR LEDs, especially for the use of night monitoring. Progressive scanning and digital- zoon PIP provide advanced image capture and search functions.

Belgium hospital increases scalability by Axis IP upgrading solution

Belgium hospital increases scalability by Axis IP upgrading solution

Editor / Provider: Axis | Updated: 5/8/2014 | Article type: Commercial Markets

Mission
Hornu-Frameries Hospital, located in Hornu, Belgium, only had analog cameras inside the building and in a few departments. This minimal system did not make it possible to optimally secure the hospital's patients, staff, and property.

Solution
Digital, an Axis Solution Gold Partner in Belgium and one of the market leaders in IT-based electronic security, developed a custom solution for Hornu-Frameries Hospital by adding to the existing indoor and outdoor surveillance system. Digital enabled the hospital to keep its existing cameras by connecting them to the new system via Axis video encoders.

Result
All the cameras are now accessible from a single interface, which makes it possible to quickly analyze events and act accordingly. By keeping the existing cameras, the Axis video encoders enabled Hornu-Frameries Hospital to save part of its initial budget which could consequently be dedicated to an expansion project. The hospital is particularly satisfied with the result.

“Thanks to the Axis video encoders, Digital was able to connect our old cameras to the new network, thus reducing costs in terms of new cameras. We can therefore dedicate the remaining budget to the project's second phase and equip the entire hospital.“
--Jacques Ferir, Technical Service Manager, Hornu-Frameries Hospital.

The Hornu site of the Hornu-Frameries Hospital was built in 1979. It is a general hospital with 391 beds, with standard specializations: surgery, medicine, pediatrics, maternity, intensive care, etc. “We already had surveillance cameras in radiology, maternity, and pediatrics. But they were obsolete, even broken-down, analog cameras. Following recent events that occurred in other hospitals – child abductions, equipment thefts, etc. – we decided to upgrade the network and install additional cameras,” explains Jacques Ferir, Technical Service Manager for Hornu-Frameries Hospital. Digital reactivated the old analog cameras in the radiology department and added Axis network cameras to supplement the installation, bringing the total number of cameras to around 40. Daniel Van Doveren, Digital Project Manager, adds: "Hornu-Frameries Hospital wanted in particular to secure the building's exit points. Therefore, we used different cameras so we can alternate views from inside and outside. If needed, we can follow the route of any person acting suspiciously. For certain areas, we also have a motion detection function on the cameras.”

To secure the inside of the building, Digital opted for AXIS 216MFD Network Cameras. Compact and discreet, they can be installed easily on walls or ceilings and offer effective protection against tampering. The building's exterior is equipped with AXIS 211 Network Cameras, which are specially designed for outdoor surveillance and remote monitoring. These two models are powered by PoE (Power over Ethernet), which reduces installation costs because the camera is powered using the cable that transmits data. Therefore, it does not require an additional electrical supply. In order to connect the reactivated analog cameras to the network of new cameras, Digital used Axis video encoders. These encoders make it possible to easily use the images from the existing analog cameras, transmit them and exchange them over the hospital's computer network without loss of quality. Beyond convergence, they provide advanced functions such as motion detection and event management.

For Hornu-Frameries Hospital, Digital selected AXIS 241Q Video Encoder, which manages up to four analog video channels.

The installation of the new network required two months of work. The Hornu-Frameries Hospital managers have been particularly satisfied with the result: “The main exit points of the hospital are now secured, which reassures both our staff and our patients. Aesthetically, the new cameras blend in perfectly with the landscape and are hardly noticeable. Thanks to the Axis video encoders, Digital was able to connect our old cameras to the new network, thus reducing costs in terms of new cameras. We can now dedicate the remaining budget to the project's second phase and equip the entire hospital.” concludes Jacques Ferir.

Tyco Software House provides affordable solution for enterprises

Tyco Software House provides affordable solution for enterprises

Editor / Provider: Tyco | Updated: 5/5/2014 | Article type: Security 50

Software House, part of the Security Products business unit of Tyco, announces the new and improved C-CURE 9000 SiteServer, a compact network device that provides a full-featured, low-cost access control solution for small sites, up to 32 readers, and is powerful enough to be used in a distributed enterprise environment. C-CURE 9000 SiteServer is a complete single-box access control solution, enabling everything from designing and printing badges for new employees, to monitoring day-to-day personnel activity via the easy to use web-interface.

“C-CURE 9000 has always been the solution of choice for large, enterprise customers with rigorous security requirements. Those same customers looked to Software House to help provide that same level of functionality to some of their smaller branches or satellite offices, and C-CURE 9000 SiteServer delivers that in a cost-effective solution,” said Jason Ouellette, Director of Product Management for Tyco Security Products access control technologies. “This latest version of C-CURE 9000 SiteServer takes that to the next level with its support for a distributed environment.”

Pre-installed software and an intuitive start up wizard make C-CURE 9000 SiteServer easy to learn and operate no matter the size of the business. A pre-configured starter database containing 32 doors with associated inputs, outputs, alarms, and card formats reduces setup time, while the powerful web interface makes it easy to remotely manage personnel records, display dynamic views of doors, readers, inputs/outputs, and controllers, and monitor system activity. Plus, a health dashboard provides visibility to network bandwidth, memory and other important system functionality.

ADT acquires Protectron to expand in Canadian market

ADT acquires Protectron to expand in Canadian market

Editor / Provider: ADT | Updated: 5/2/2014 | Article type: Security 50

The ADT Corporation announced it has executed a definitive agreement to acquire Reliance Protectron, a subsidiary of Reliance Comfort Limited Partnership, a portfolio company of investment funds managed by Alinda Capital Partners, for total cash consideration of approximately  USD$500 million (CAD $555 million). The acquisition of Protectron will significantly strengthen ADT's Canadian operations and create a combined security industry leader in Canada, differentiated by its ability to reach consumers and provide them with better service and more choice across a variety of traditional security and automation technologies.

Protectron is a leading provider of monitored security services in Canada. The acquisition brings ADT 400,000 residential and commercial customers including 31,000 contract monitoring accounts, and approximately $11 million (CAD $12 million) in associated recurring monthly revenue. Protectron has a highly satisfied customer base with greater levels of customer retention than other major players in the North American electronic security industry. Protectron will continue to be headquartered in Montreal under ADT's ownership. It enjoys strong brand awareness and ADT will continue using the Protectron name.

Naren Gursahaney, ADT's chief executive officer, commented on the acquisition, "Protectron brings many strengths as we invest in growing our business in Canada. Our long-standing commitment to customer service aligns perfectly with Protectron's, as their seasoned management team has been extremely successful in growing and retaining their customer base through outstanding customer support. Protectron has created an extensive dealer network and an effective direct sales force, which have enabled them to generate significant subscriber growth at attractive cost levels. Protectron has also begun a concerted effort to sell home automation products and services, which will be accelerated by ADT's considerable strengths in this area."

“The creation of a strong, standalone business in Canada with a dedicated management team will position us to accelerate our growth in this important and attractive market,” Gursahaney added.

Daniel Demers, Protectron's president and chief executive officer, said, “Protectron enjoys a well-earned reputation for industry-leading customer service, and we are pleased that ADT will continue to use the Protectron brand after we become part of the ADT family. We look forward to sharing best practices to build a stronger combined company that is better able to meet the security needs of Canadian homeowners and business owners.”

Michael Geltzeiler, ADT's chief financial officer, said, “This is a compelling financial and strategic transaction for our shareholders, demonstrating important progress in executing our capital allocation and growth strategies. Protectron has low levels of attrition and a great track record for net subscriber growth, which are two important things we look for in an acquisition. The deal also creates opportunities for operational and administrative synergies, resulting in a more-efficient, more-successful ADT.”

As ADT strengthens its Canadian focus, the Company will relocate certain administrative functions that are now being run out of the U.S. to Canada.

The completion of the transaction is subject to customary closing conditions, including regulatory approvals. ADT expects the transaction to close this summer. Citigroup and Imperial Capital acted as financial advisors to ADT on the transaction.

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