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C-Store chain keeps losses in check with March Networks

C-Store chain keeps losses in check with March Networks

Editor / Provider: March Networks | Updated: 3/26/2014 | Article type: Security 50

Digital video was still in its infancy when Quik-E Foods of Lynchburg, Virginia, began equipping its convenience stores with March Networks 3108 video recorders 10 years ago.

“I'm a bit of an IT geek, so for a small C-store chain, we've always been very proactive with technology,” said Vice-President Todd Burgess. Times have changed. Today, Burgess can pull up video from any of the company's 12 stores and five car washes on his iPad using March Networks' Cloud service, but several of those original 3108s are still in service.

“We have replaced some of our original recorders with March Networks 4208 and 8516 recorders, but I still have four 3108s,” said Burgess. “They've been up and running 365 days a year all this time. The only reason some of them have had to be replaced is because their power supplies have gone bad, but I guess nothing lasts forever.”

Quik-E Foods experience is consistent with March Networks' reputation for rock solid reliability.

“The thing that most impresses me about March Networks technology is that it's a piece of equipment that I never have to fool with,” remarked Burgess. “I'm the IT guy who has to fix every printer, every keyboard, every point-of-sale system. If it's plugged into a wall, I have to fix it, but I can honestly say that I never have to fool with a March Networks video recorder. I've never even had a hard drive go bad.”

Burgess was especially impressed when all of his March Networks recorders came back to life following a derecho, a wall of storms with 60 mile-per hour winds that tore through Lynchburg and area last summer.

“We all lived on generators for an entire week, but when the power was restored, all of my recorders came back up. I had no issues at all.”

Backward Compatibility
Equally important, the C-store chain's collection of 3108, 4208 and 8516 recorders illustrates March Networks' commitment to backward compatibility. There was never a reason for Quik-E Foods to replace its perfectly functioning 10-year-old recorders to take advantage of software upgrades or other enhancements in video surveillance technology. When Burgess powers up his iPad and goes to the Cloud to review live or archived video from his 12 stores, for example, it makes no difference if it's a 3108 recorder or a brand new 8000 Series NVR. All three generations of March Networks recorders co-exist across the Quik-E Foods footprint.

The effectiveness of Quik-E Foods' video surveillance system is also attributable to March Networks' user-friendly interface.

“Our managers use the Live Viewer, Evidence Manager and Investigator soft?ware on a daily basis,” said Burgess. “They all know how to use them as well as I do and they're all self-taught. I haven't had to do any training, which speaks to how easy it is to use.”

Five or six years ago, March Networks worked with Quik-E Foods to integrate its video surveillance and point-of-sale systems, allowing Burgess and the company's store managers to review recorded video with text overlay.

“It's invaluable to be able to pull up a camera and see what's being rung up overlaid on top of the video,” said Burgess. “It's the greatest feature ever because a lot of theft occurs when a friend comes in with a two-liter drink, and a pack of cigarettes, and the employee just rings up the two-liter drink.”

Searchlight for Retail
Quik-E Foods is now in the process of upgrading to March Networks' Searchlight application, which offers several advantages over the current POS integration.

“Before, with text overlay, I could only search for voided or canceled transactions by logging in at each recorder locally,” explained Burgess. “With Searchlight, all the transaction data is stored at corporate on a server, so I can go in and ask to see all voided transactions at all locations in a specified time range.”

Better still, Searchlight will automatically deliver a daily emailed report identifying suspect transactions with links to the corresponding video.

The integration of video and transaction data is critical for combating POS fraud in a C-store environment.

“Just recently,” said Burgess, “we caught a cashier who was ringing up sales, putting them on hold, collecting the money and then canceling the transactions when the customer left the store. So far, our losses from this one employee add up to $6,000. These transactions show up as voids in my system, so with an emailed report from Searchlight, I'll get a list of all the voids by store and click on a link to watch the video. There won't be a need to search for hours and hours. It's instant.”

Quik-E Foods is slowly transitioning to IP cameras for higher-resolution video of activity at its laser car washes as well as its gas pumps and parking areas.

An IP camera would have come in handy last year when a truck pulling a trailer with an asphalt paving machine decided to run through one of the company's car washes, knocking a $50,000 piece of equipment off its track.

Burgess posted the video on the Quik-E Foods Facebook page and the local media picked it up. Luckily, the contractor responsible for the incident saw it on the news and called Quik-E Foods offering to pay for the damage.

“If I had had an IP camera at that location, I would have known right away who it was because I would have been able to read the logo on the side of the truck or pick up the license plate,” said Burgess.

Each Quik-E Foods store is equipped with a microphone at the check-out counter and a centrally located speaker. Audio is recorded along with the video, and if absolutely necessary, Burgess or anyone else at head office can push a button and communicate with store staff.

Searches Made Easy
The audio came in handy one day when a gang of cigarette thieves used sledge hammers in the middle of the night “to beat the brick out of the back” of one of company's stores and made off with $18,000 worth of cigarettes. There was no camera outside the back of the store to record them, but when Burgess checked the video the next day he found an image of a suspicious looking character peering through the window at the front of the store.

“It was 3 a.m. and you could hear the beating on the back of the building, so we just put two and two together,” said Burgess. “We also went through archived video thinking they may have cased out the store in advance and, sure enough, there was the same guy. We also had an image of the car in the parking lot.”

While the system is primarily used for loss prevention, Todd's father and Quik-E Foods founder Wilton Burgess also takes advantage of its live viewing capability to make sure the stores are neat and tidy. Physically inspecting all 12 stores and five car washes would take him two or three days. With the March Networks system, he can sit in front of his computer and accomplish the same thing in 20 minutes or less.

Over the years, Quik-E Foods' video surveillance system has paid for itself many times over. It's also a valuable source of evidence for Lynchburg Police Department officers investigating credit card theft, car accidents and other incidents in the community.

“The local police have the March Networks player on their PCs, so it's a piece of cake for them, and I'm in court a lot, even for matters that are unrelated to us,” said Burgess.

Looking to the future, Burgess is resigned to the fact that his remaining 3108 recorders will eventually need to be replaced, but looks forward to standardizing on the more powerful 8000 Series hybrid recorder with additional IP cameras, web-based Command software and the investigative smarts of Searchlight for Retail's fraud fighting tools.

QNAP VioStor NVR and VioStor CMS installed in Dream Mall

QNAP VioStor NVR and VioStor CMS installed in Dream Mall

Editor / Provider: Sponsored by: QNAP | Updated: 3/31/2014 | Article type: Commercial Markets

Introduction
Dream Mall, located in Kaohsiung, is the largest multi-functional shopping center in Taiwan and one of the top large-scale shopping centers in Asia. With over 2,000 stores and restaurants, a movie theater, and an amazing roof-top amusement park, the mall occupies an area of 50,000 square meters with a total floor area of almost 400,000 square meters, including a massive parking lot with 3,000 parking spaces.

Challenges
With tens of thousands of customers visiting each day, Dream Mall management desired a large-scale surveillance system to prevent crime, enhance customer safety, and monitor and record the activities in the mall. Their primary challenge is the need to deploy a security system capable of monitoring hundreds of security cameras simultaneously in the extensive areas in and around the shopping center. Traditional CCTV surveillance systems are too costly to implement as the length of coaxial cables required would be about 87 San Francisco Golden Gate bridges long! Their secondary challenge is that the security system has to be highly flexible and expandable, allowing addition of new cameras and recorders easily to be fit into the security system.

Solution
After thorough research, Dream Mall chose QNAP VioStor NVR (Network Video Recorder) together with the newly launched VioStor CMS (Central Management System) for security system deployment. Multiple VioStor NVR servers are set up at different floors to connect 600 Panasonic IP and analog cameras, then attached to the fiber network to transmit the video streams to the VioStor CMS for central monitoring and management at the Control Room Center.

The VioStor CMS can manage up to 1,024 camera channels, suitable for the surveillance scale Dream Mall plans for the future project expansion. In addition, Dream Mall can purchase the VioStor CMS camera channel licenses according to their project development schedule, enhancing their flexibility on the project cash flow control.

 

Customer Feedback
“Among several useful features VioStor CMS provides, we especially appreciate the flexible view management” said the security system planner of Dream Mall, Mrs. Liu. “We can put the floor plan E-map in the largest grid of a view, and the related camera images in the rest of the grids of the view. This helps the security guard easily get the overall idea of each floor's status, and can respond to any suspicious event at the shortest time.”

“QNAP surveillance solutions have made high quality and cost-efficient monitoring in a large-scale shopping mall possible. Their easy-to-setup turnkey NVR and CMS servers greatly reduce the overall system setup and maintenance costs. We have been enjoying their solution.”

European fashion retailer has security sewn up with Axis

European fashion retailer has security sewn up with Axis

Editor / Provider: Axis Communications | Updated: 3/26/2014 | Article type: Commercial Markets

Mission
International apparel brand SuperGroup decided to transition its legacy surveillance system to a modern, feature-rich IP network camera system. It needed the new surveillance system to provide greater coverage of the shop floor and high-risk areas, with HDTV quality video for improved offender identification. The retailer requested one, simple, scalable surveillance set-up that could be implemented across its European stores. The facilities to build-in advanced analytics and mobile access were also of fundamental importance.

Solution
Axis partnered with video management software and network video recording specialist, Wavestore, to specify a custom surveillance solution which met all of Super- Group's needs. Axis' ultra-compact fixed domes from the AXIS M30 and AXIS P33 Network Camera Series were chosen for all SuperGroup's UK installation because of their crystal-clear picture quality and broad field of view.

Axis' camera's versatility allowed them to seamlessly blend in with the unique industrial aesthetic of Super-Group's stores.

Result
Together with its partner, Wavestore, Axis delivered total surveillance coverage for SuperGroup, while reducing the camera count at each store by between 60% and 80% and increasing incident identification to 100%.

Following successful installations in six of SuperGroup's UK stores, there are plans to install the new system in another 30 stores over the coming year. In addition, Axis and Wavestore have formulated a migration path, using Axis video encoders, to phase out SuperGroup's analogue system.

Axis cameras outperform the competition
SuperGroup is an internationally recognized, UK-based fashion retailer. Its merchandise is sold in approximately 100 countries throughout the world, comprising 105 UK and Continental European standalone retail stores, 71 UK and 56 international concessions, and 143 franchised and licensed stores. The group is known for its strong attention to detail, both in the production of the merchandise and in the layout and aesthetic of its stores.

When looking for a new surveillance set-up, the priority was inconspicuous cameras with HDTV image quality video. When tested against other leading manufacturers' products, Axis cameras proved to be the most adaptable to SuperGroup's challenging store environment. Darren Conway, health and safety and loss prevention manager at SuperGroup, explained: “We have a very specific aesthetic in all our stores, characterized by dynamic, low-level lighting, reflective surfaces and LED signs; we've found that a lot of cameras lose image detail in these conditions.”

In response, Axis installed a variety of Wide-Range Dynamic Capture cameras to ensure identification quality images were being captured – even on the brightest of days. Darren continued: “With the old system, we had to flood the stores with around 30 analogue cameras. In such a confined space, they really detracted from the look of the store fit-out and we were still experiencing an unacceptable number of blind spots. With Axis, we've reduced the camera count to between six and 12 cameras, which cover the entire store in perfect HDTV quality.”

Working in partnership to deliver the best results
One of SuperGroup's key requirements was to improve image quality of surveillance coverage at each till point whist not increasing camera numbers. To achieve this, Axis' unique Corridor Format display was used to switch the aspect ratio of the video footage from a 16:9 to a 9:16 ratio, allowing SuperGroup to maximize its view area.

Working closely with partners, Wavestore, which provided the video management software for the project and NEDAP, the manufacturer of the store's electronic article surveillance (EAS) system, Axis was able to bring the different aspects of physical security within the store onto one unified platform. Further integrations between Axis and Wavestore are also being trailed in SuperGroup's UK stores, where a solution has been devised to automatically notify nearby staff when a customer enters the fitting room area. As well as encouraging better customer service, these smart analytics help to heighten security in a high-risk area.

Applications beyond simple surveillance
When combined with other business intelligence functions, progressive integrations between the SuperGroup's surveillance and physical security systems ensure an increased return on investment, and benefits beyond straightforward loss prevention. Darren said: “We've been very impressed with the system so far and are about to trial some more advanced functionality when we install the system into our next new store opening. Whenever we've presented Axis and Wavestore with a problem, they've come back with an almost immediate solution. At every stage of the installation, Axis' support and customer service has been second to none.”

SALTO Systems safeguard Antrim Area Hospital in Northern Ireland

SALTO Systems safeguard Antrim Area Hospital in Northern Ireland

Editor / Provider: SALTO | Updated: 3/25/2014 | Article type: Commercial Markets

SALTO Systems announced they are securing Antrim Area Hospital; the largest hospital in the Northern Health and Social Care Trust, one of five health trusts in Northern Ireland.

The Northern Trust delivers a broad range of health and social care services across 10 council areas. It provides services for a population of approximately 460,000 and also supplies services to Rathlin, the only inhabited island in Northern Ireland.

Belfast based SALTO Certificated Partner Ambar Systems has installed the state-of-the-art online wireless XS4 security solution in the hospital. This features SALTO's unique Data-on-Card technology, and currently secures 80 doors throughout the new emergency department of the hospital, supplemented by 300 XS4 locker locks.

The powerful SALTO XS4 platform secures specific zones and doors within the department with complete security. The locker locks have been fitted to staff lockers, drug cupboards, mobile trolleys in resuscitation and major trauma areas, as well as to patients bedside cabinets on the wards.

At Antrim Area Hospital, XS4 delivers a highly flexible and integrated security solution by providing a specialized healthcare access solution tailored to the hospitals specific needs and helps improve staff and patient safety as well as the facility's quality of care” said Gerald Etherson, Product Manager of Ambar Systems. “The XS4 platform is in use at hospitals all over the world, making it a tried and tested security management system for Antrim Area Hospital.

Commenting on the installation, Paul Carr, National Accounts Manager, SALTO Systems states, “The challenges involved in securing a hospital are unlike those in many other buildings. Most hospitals have relatively easy access because they want to provide a welcoming environment and while this dictates that it is often necessary to allow for high levels of public access to the hospital and other health service amenities, including the routes linking different departments, entry to many back of house areas and most other facilities often need to be restricted for the protection of both patients and property.

Precisely how this is achieved depends on many factors including the level of security required in specific areas and the numbers of people likely to need access to those areas in the course of their work. The XS4 online wireless solution delivers real-time high level security with all the convenience of battery operated access control, and limits access to restricted areas and permits only authorised personnel to enter.

It is the perfect choice for applications that need a system with low power consumption, providing online control without any need to hard wire. Gateways are connected by Ethernet/WIFI to the controlling PC and repeaters then positioned in pre-defined wireless zones. The system is then set up and it is ready to go. The battery powered escutcheons configure themselves automatically through their SALTO software and then use their built-in low power (2.4Ghz) radio transceivers to communicate with the gateways to create a real-time wireless access control network.

Smart staff ID cards can be programmed to allow access to specific rooms or areas within the hospital for selected periods only, with the doors auto locking at pre-specified times as required. And if key security is breached due to the loss of an ID card, it can be instantly deleted from the system without the need or cost of rekeying or changing locks – saving the hospital time and money.

Axis PTZ dome network cam receives Red Dot Design Award

Axis PTZ dome network cam receives Red Dot Design Award

Editor / Provider: Axis Communications | Updated: 3/25/2014 | Article type: Security 50

Axis Communications, the suppliers in network video, has received the prestigious Red Dot Design Award for the innovative design and shape of its AXIS P5415-E PTZ Dome Network Camera enabling it to become at one with a wall surface and to blend in with a building. The camera can be installed directly on a wall surface without the need for a mounting arm. A built-in bracket eliminates the need for a separate mounting accessory and makes installation easier and quicker while providing significant cost savings.

The AXIS P5415-E PTZ Dome Network Camera met the Red Dot Design Award jury's criteria of degree of innovation, functionality, formal quality, ergonomics, durability, symbolic and emotional content, product periphery, self-explanatory quality and ecological compatibility. Some 4.815 products were submitted in 23 main categories and have been evaluated by the international jury comprising 40 renowned designers. Following today's award announcement, the AXIS P5415-E will be put on display in the Red Dot Design Museum in Essen, Germany.

“The AXIS P5415-E offers an innovative design and shape that not only appeals to architects and designers, but also makes the camera installation reliable and cost-effective,” says Erik Fr?nnlid, Director of Product Management, Axis Communications. “This prestigious design award win underlines the innovation power of Axis Communications as we strive to provide smarter and safer solutions to our customers.”

The camera's integrated sunshield can be removed and repainted to match the color of the mounting surface. The inner values of the AXIS P5415-E boast a powerful 18x optical zoom and full HDTV 1080p resolution for detailed video surveillance. The camera's pan/tilt system is extremely durable and highly efficient since there are no mechanical parts such as belts or gears. A secure and user-friendly web interface allows for convenient remote configuration of the AXIS P5415-E. Suitable for operation under temperatures ranging from -20°C to +50°C, the camera supports Power over Ethernet (PoE) removing the need for extra cabling.

With its direct drive pan/tilt system, the AXIS P5415–E is a reliable, low-maintenance PTZ Dome network camera. It's very light sensitive image sensor enables it to provide high quality video in low light situations. At night, its day/night functionality allows it to make use of infrared light from available light sources to produce high quality black and white video.

[Secutech 2014] SMAhome Int'l Exhibition live demo gallery of home cameras

[Secutech 2014] SMAhome Int'l Exhibition live demo gallery of home cameras

Editor / Provider: Messe Frankfurt New Era Business Media | Updated: 3/19/2014 | Article type: Hot Topics

SMAhome International Exhibition 2014 will demo 12 home cameras, the world's first live demo gallery of home cameras, at Booth 2402. The exhibition is held at Taipei World Trade Center Nangang Exhibition Hall (TWTC Nangang) from March 19 to March 21. Combining Secutech exhibitors, a total of 65 exhibitors showcase smart home related products and systems.

Visitors can use mobile phones to experience real home monitoring with the 12 cameras that every smart home professional should know. Through the live demo, visitors can realize the cameras' performance on video quality, network capability, and detection sensibility at the Home Camera Demo Gallery. The 12 cameras consist of ZAVIO F3115, Compro TN600R, Dahua DH-IPC-K100W, SONY SNC-CX600W, Pixord PB731, Amaryllo iCam HD, Zinwell plugCAM, A-MTK AH2100M, Climax VST-1818, Skywatch ProCam v1.0, Hikvision DS-2CD2432F-I (W), and Alpha Networks PT-3152. The common features include all-in-one compact sizes, Wi-Fi connections, PIR sensor, flash storage and supportability of smartphone and tablet apps.

Besides the live demo, SMAhome International Conference is held on the March 19 afternoon at Room 402c. The speakers come from Z-wave, Robert Bosch, Skywatch and Amaryllo. The sessions offer a guideline for smart home product design.

Hikvision DarkFighter cam battles ultra low light environment

Hikvision DarkFighter cam battles ultra low light environment

Editor / Provider: Hikvision | Updated: 3/24/2014 | Article type: Security 50

Hikvision is setting new standards for ultra low-light surveillance with the launch of the DS-2CD6026FHWD DarkFighter network camera. This cutting-edge camera utilizes Hikvision's industry-leading, ultra low-light MP lens and is designed specifically to capture sharp color and monochrome images in extreme, low-light conditions. The result is crystal-clear color images down to 0.002 Lux and B/W to 0.0002 Lux.

The DarkFighter's ultra low-light performance delivers full color images day and night that would defeat conventional monochrome IP cameras and competing low-light cameras. As well as opening up new opportunities for 24-hour CCTV surveillance, it is the ideal replacement for conventional network cameras.

Superior Image Delivery
The DarkFighter camera features a 2MP, 1/2 inch progressive scan CMOS image sensor. Together with a 120dB WDR (wide dynamic range) and Hikvision's 3D DNR (Digital Noise Reduction) technology, the new camera is able to stream video in full 1080p HD at 60 fps, which results in latency free clear images day and night. A defog feature is also incorporated to noticeably improve image clarity in poor weather conditions, such as rain or fog.

Choice of Lens
A choice of wide-angle and telephoto varifocal MP lenses is available (The Hikvision HV1140D-8MPIR MP lens offers focal range 11-40mm, while HV3816D-8MPIR provides another choice of 3.8-16mm), both including IR correction, and ABF (Auto Back Focus) functionality, which allows the camera to adjust positioning of the image sensor to obtain an optimal focus.

The new camera also features an ROI codec, which enables the resolution of specific parts of an image to be increased while decreasing the non-ROI image quality to minimize bandwidth and storage requirements.

With support for ONVIF, PSIA, and CGI standards, the new camera also offers quick and easy integration with other video surveillance equipment and systems, creating the solution that matched different requirements.

[Secutech2014] EverFocus total solutions for high-end home security market

[Secutech2014] EverFocus total solutions for high-end home security market

Editor / Provider: Weili Lin | Updated: 3/21/2014 | Article type: Security 50

EverFocus released intelligent door solutions for buildings. The solution consists of network access controller unit, card reader, fingerprint access control device, IP camera and user-friendly software Genie XMS. The system also supports analog and HD-SDI cameras. EverFocus acts a total solution and service provider in the high-end home security market.

The network access controller EFC302 supports two card readers, expandable to eight readers. The system goes with EAN3300, a 3-megapixel box camera, supporting true day and night surveillance. The camera supports on-board storage via a microSD or SDHC card. 12VDC and PoE are both supported for power supply. Two-way audio communication is also provided. In addition, the camera can support up to 2048x1536 video resolution, and multiple video formats like H.264, M-JPEG and MPEG-4.

[Secutech2014] ITX high-end DVR highlights 960H features

[Secutech2014] ITX high-end DVR highlights 960H features

Editor / Provider: Erica Lin | Updated: 3/20/2014 | Article type: Security 50

In Secutech2014, ITX, the Korean manufacturer of standalone DVRs, network cameras and NVR presents its latest DVR—HAVH-1648. The new model featuring 960H real time images targets at high-end market. The UAVH-1648is a high-end DVR, supporting live or record / archive /network without any loss of performance. It features user-friendly full-HD GUI, dynamic search mode. The clear and easy-to-use search model is categorized by thumbnail/calendar/timeline/event . with the search mode, users can search and look into video footage by minutes. Meanwhile another highlight from ITX os its brand new full HD real-time Poe NVR—IPXP-1648.

According to the Sales Manager of Asia market, DVR with 960H is still the most demanding feature now in Asian market. Compared to the higher presence of IP equipments in European countries, the market trend in Asia is shifting from analog to IP solutions. It is getting common that governments request for IP solutions in terms of large public projects.

Secutech 2014 highlights growing trends in security technology

Secutech 2014 highlights growing trends in security technology

Editor / Provider: Messe Frankfurt New Era Business Media | Updated: 3/19/2014 | Article type: Hot Topics

Secutech, organized by Messe Frankfurt New Era Business Media Ltd, opens the doors to its 17th edition from 19 – 21 March at the Taipei Nangang Exhibition Center, taking up over 35,000 sqm of exhibition space. Over 500 exhibitors from 17 countries and regions present a range of security devices and systems both for residential and commercial use.

One of the most anticipated highlights to this year's show is the growth in IP surveillance technology. Exhibitors will showcase state-of-the-art IP-based products that utilise technologies such as HD, H.265, 4K2K, lowlight as well as high-frame resolution.

Mr Parson Lee, Manager Director for Messe Frankfurt New Era Business Media Ltd commented: “We are expecting a phenomenal edition for the 2014 show. Our exhibitors have consistently affirmed that each year, Secutech provides one of the best opportunities to them for connecting with existing customers, as well as discovering new business. And this year, we believe exhibitors will have even more business opportunities, as over 28,000 electronic security as well as fire & safety professionals are projected to visit the show from more than 100 countries and regions.”

Secutech provides a number of product presentations, forums, seminars and networking platforms to not only increase knowledge between professionals, including Secutech Excellence Award, Global Digital Security Forum Asia, SMAhome International Conference, and CompoSec.

Secutech Excellence Award gathers manufacturers of HD surveillance devices. This award presents the best brands in IP cameras and Network Video Recorders (NVRs). From 19 – 20 March, attendees will be able to witness demonstrations from nominated brands, and allowed to vote on this year's main criteria – cameras that offer superior quality under low-light environments. Over 20 industry brands, including Dahua, Bosch, Hikvision, QNAP and Sony will participate in this event. The award presentation ceremony is scheduled to take place at 11:00am on 21 March.

Global Digital Security Forum Asia 2014 focuses on global video management and integration platforms. The forum will look into the growth of video management systems. Special highlights will include a case study presentation from Mr Suwich Chitkasemsuk of Digitalcom, Thailand, regarding the security management system deployed in Thailand's Customs Department. A panel discussion is also scheduled on the present and future state of video management systems from such influential brands as Aimetis, Milestone, Mirasis and Verint Systems.

SMAhome International Conference, newly-launched this year, focuses on home security camera technology. The conference is held alongside a demonstration hall and display booth to present a range of WIFI and other wireless transmission-based security cameras for comparison purposes.

CompoSec, together with its concurrent three-day conference, serves as a comprehensive platform for security device component suppliers to present their designs and solutions as a cohesive collection, in one of the most in-demand sectors of the security market. Suppliers of semi-conductors, hard disks, software and much more will all be on display, with HD surveillance, diversified storage and system upgrade taking centre stage for the event's fifth edition. Over 70 brands such as ADATA, Fujitsu, Hitachi, Intel, Microsoft and Semtech are confirmed to participate this year.

With twelve events, Messe Frankfurt is one of the world's leading organisers of fairs and congresses for the expanding international field of safety and security technology. Nine trade fairs and three high-grade congresses in Germany, Asia, the Middle East and South America and the Russian Federation provide optimum opportunities for gaining a foothold in these dynamic growth markets. Further information is available at www.intersec.messefrankfurt.com

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