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HD-over-coaxial: what you need for a carefree upgrade experience

HD-over-coaxial: what you need for a carefree upgrade experience

Editor / Provider: Michelle Chu | Updated: 1/23/2015 | Article type: Hot Topics

'Better image quality, easy-to-installation, long distance transmission are three major concerns when it comes to deploying CCTV upgrade solution,' said Anna Hsiung, Marketing Manager at GKB.

Since IP system emerged a few years ago, analog players have been trying to supply solutions with higher image quality and more efficient installation. Despite the market share of IP solutions are increasing steadily, analog systems still domain with around 70 to 80 percent.

Being able to deliver superb image quality at longer distance, HD-over-coaxial solutions, be it AHD, ccHDtv, HDCVI, and HDTVI, promise the end users a carefree surveillance systems upgrade without hassle on ripping out existing cables.

HD-over-coaxial systems also guarantee no frame losing, as bandwidth is not an issue at all for image transmission. “ccHDtv, transmitting through DVB-t, is able to provide image resolution of 1080P perpetually, and the end users will not suffer from poor image quality as the cables aging over time,” said Bryan Wang, Business Development Manager of a-tec.

As many retrofit projects face with restrain budget, better quality with lower budget is another major advantage of HD-over-coaxial solutions. “GKB AHD 5480 dome camera is ideal to adopt for retrofit project in chain store, residential area, bank, and education sectors,” said Anna Hsiung, Marketing Manager at GKB.

Meanwhile, a great demand on HD-over-coaxial solutions is seen in the verticals with critical environment and larger area to be covered with such as factories and critical infrastructures. Although Asian market shows more interests in HD-over-coaxial solutions in the past, European countries with higher CCTV deployment density, such as the UK, is full of business potential as well, according to Wang.

 

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Exacq Technologies partners with VoloForce to leverage video security

Exacq Technologies partners with VoloForce to leverage video security

Editor / Provider: Exacq Technologies | Updated: 1/23/2015 | Article type: Security 50

Exacq Technologies, part of the Security Products business unit of Tyco, a leading manufacturer of video management system (VMS) software and servers used for video surveillance, has announced an integration with VoloForce Real Cadence, a software as a service (SAAS) real-time retail execution solution. Real Cadence goes beyond loss prevention to leverage the exacqVision security system as much more than just a security system. This provides retailers with a tool to manage strategic branding, store operations and every aspect of the business.

Users can visually see their product placement in each individual store throughout the world and ensure their brand is being properly executed.

Real Cadence by VoloForce enables exacqVision users to control their global brand appearance and improve the customer experience through operational insight. With the integration, users can visually see their product placement in each individual store throughout the world and ensure their brand is being properly executed. This integration allows corporate office users and regional store managers to associate the exacqVision video of specific retail locations with corporate checklists and brand processes within Real Cadence, saving them time and reducing operational costs of traveling to each location. Video from the appropriate camera is automatically mapped to the zone within the store department. Real Cadence also connects exacqVision video to the traffic counter feature to verify the video with the number of people entering and exiting the store. At any time, a regional manager can view and receive the necessary insight into all locations operations.

“The VoloForce Real Cadence integration allows exacqVision users to leverage surveillance video for operational benefits beyond security,” said Scott Dennison, Director of Marketing, Exacq Technologies. “Now, retailers can visually monitor their store's key performance indicators without costly travel.”

This integration requires an exacqVision server with a current exacqVision Professional or Enterprise license.

Vanderbilt provides high-level security for Crider Foods

Vanderbilt provides high-level security for Crider Foods

Editor / Provider: Vanderbilt Industries | Updated: 1/22/2015 | Article type: Commercial Markets

Vanderbilt Industries, a global leader providing state-of-the-art security systems, announced that Crider Foods, Stillmore, GA, relies on Vanderbilt Industries SMS Access Control system to provide security for its large production and processing facilities. Tutela, out of Brunswick, GA, is the integrator and installer on this long-running project.

Privately owned and operated, Crider Foods represents a commitment to quality, food safety and customer service. The Crider Foods Canning Facility was opened in Stillmore, GA after a fire destroyed their Augusta plant. In 2003, a “Fully Cooked” plant was added. Crider Foods is committed to being a leader in canning proteins and in its fully cooked operation. Crider is always investing in equipment and expertise to ensure continuous improvements.

After completion of the canning plant, Crider contracted with Vanderbilt and Tutela to set up a high-level security system. To date, the Vanderbilt SMS system manages access for over 500 employees and contractors at approximately 150 contact points spread over 11 locations at the Stillmore campus. Locations include the fully cook plant, company headquarters, the visitor's Lodge, canning plant, cooler building, transportation building, warehouses and others.

'The Vanderbilt system enables us to manage employees so that they can access only the areas where they have been scheduled to work,
when they are scheduled to work.
We also have the flexibility to easily change those access privileges as needed, at any time,' said Ron Sasser, Crider's IT Director.

“Our security system is absolutely critical to helping assure compliance to all the health and safety rules and regulations we have in the food production industry,” explained Ron Sasser, Crider's IT Director, who also oversees security. “We are committed to an extremely high level of access control management to prevent any cross contamination of our products.”

Sasser continued, “Our priority is to limit access for all our employees as to where they can go in the facility. The Vanderbilt system enables us to manage employees so that they can access only the areas where they have been scheduled to work, when they are scheduled to work. We also have the flexibility to easily change those access privileges as needed, at any time.”

Crider also uses their Vanderbilt access control system to verify time and attendance information. If an employee doesn't punch in, Sasser and staff can use the system to verify when any employee has entered the property. In addition to controlling access to buildings and within buildings, Crider employs guards at the facility's road entrances to verify all vehicles coming onto the property.

While asset protection is always an issue, for Crider Foods the number one priority is achieving full compliance with food and safety regulations in order to achieve the highest level of Safe Quality Food (SQF) Certification. Crider has succeeded in gaining SQF, Level 3. “Only a few companies reach this level,” explained Sasser. “To reach such a certification level, we carefully control the movement of all individuals within the complex, and this means, for example, restricting access to chemicals and to the roofs of our buildings, among other sensitive areas.”

Crider also deploys 100 IP video surveillance cameras to keep any eye on operations. “Cameras are helpful,” said Sasser, “but you have to start with access. My access control system tells me who I'm seeing on the video. Now, I know who someone is, because the access control system puts them in that location. Without access control, the cameras are only so good.”

“The Vanderbilt system is working well, it's doing everything it is supposed to do. We've used it for so many years, and Tutela has been very good taking care of any issues and system expansion needs along the way. If we have a need, this team gets it taken care of. “

The Vanderbilt system, under Tutela's watchful installation and administration, provides a layered level of security starting from the minute one steps onto the Crider property, down to limiting access to chemical storage. The system supplements time and attendance data and provides documentation for OSHA reporting. But, at the end of the day, Crider's high-level security system provides management the tools they need to achieve one of the highest Safe Quality Food (SQF) Certification levels in the industry, and that's worth a great deal in proof of product quality and company reputation.

Avigilon acquires video analytics patents

Avigilon acquires video analytics patents

Editor / Provider: Avigilon | Updated: 1/22/2015 | Article type: Hot Topics

Avigilon has completed the acquisition of 96 US and international patents and 25 US and international patent applications from four unrelated vendors for aggregate cash consideration of US$13,375,000;
with each of the following entities: Behavioral Recognition Systems, FaceDouble Incorporated, and VideoMining Corporation.

Avigilon Corporation (“Avigilon”), a leading global provider of end-to-end security solutions, announced that it has completed the acquisition of 96 US and international patents and 25 US and international patent applications (the “Patents”) from four unrelated vendors for aggregate cash consideration of US$13,375,000.

Avigilon acquired the patents in separate transactions with each of the following entities: Behavioral Recognition Systems, FaceDouble Incorporated, and VideoMining Corporation. The Patents relate to various video analytics capabilities, including emotional and attentional response measurement, in-store object tracking and behavioural analysis, object tracking and anomaly detection, video segmentation and metadata generation, user interfaces, and image classification and retrieval over wireless networks. Other notable fields covered by the Patents include network camera system-on-a-chip and remote security camera programming.

With the acquisition of the Patents, and following Avigilon’s recent acquisition of ObjectVideo’s entire patent portfolio and patent licensing program, Avigilon holds 213 US and international patents and 215 US and international patent applications.

“The future of the video surveillance industry is in video analytics and the Patents cover sophisticated technologies in this area,” said Alexander Fernandes, Avigilon’s founder, president, CEO and chairman of the board. “These strategic purchases open up great opportunities for our business, give us freedom to operate, and expand the scope of our new patent licensing program. It is yet another proof point that Avigilon is leading the way into the future of the video surveillance industry.”

Axis partners with Solink to deliver integrated contextual analytics

Axis partners with Solink to deliver integrated contextual analytics

Editor / Provider: Axis | Updated: 1/21/2015 | Article type: Security 50

Axis Communications, the global leader in network video surveillance, and Solink, the first event-driven video discovery platform, are partnering to deliver a fully integrated contextual analytics solution. This partnership allows Axis IP Cameras to work seamlessly with the Solink platform and its banking and retail applications.

Since inception, Axis has continued to innovate its broad range of IP video cameras and solutions. Axis' platform enables software companies, like Solink, to integrate value-added solutions natively. The Axis Application Development Partner (ADP) program provides a mature ecosystem for developers to innovate, create and iterate solutions and applications. This partnership will benefit Axis customers in banking and retail by providing continuous discovery and real-time alerting of operations, risk, and security events.

By detecting an average of 10 events/camera every hour, the Solink platform can provide decisions makers with numerous data points to be searched or alerted on.

Solink's web-based software helps businesses use video to make informed, timely and data-driven decisions. By detecting an average of 10 events/camera every hour, the Solink platform can provide decisions makers with numerous data points to be searched or alerted on. Events are specific markers that identify time & location-based interactions - such as in-store transactions, queue lines, motion events, alarm-panel notifications, product lift, wait or dwell times to name a few. Using the contextual analytics engine, Solink can correlate these disparate data sources to identify unique insights captured on video. Solink is able to interact with analytic events generated by Axis' IP cameras and leverage the high-quality video stream required for analysis. This partnership is a giant step towards taking video to the entire enterprise.

"Solink is a very welcome and important addition to the Axis Application Development Program. Their applications are especially important for us in the Middle East as they address a wide range of challenges faced by key stakeholders in the banking and retail sectors. The requirements of these sectors are rapidly evolving and highly demanding" says Marwan Khoury, Marketing Manager MEA.

"With the ever increasing desire for high resolution and high frame rate recording in the Middle East, Solink helps to ease the deployment and cost burdens on enterprise infrastructure with intelligent data and metadata searching processes across the entire company environment. This is an ideal compromise between the best quality video available and sustainable communications infrastructure costs, which is why a partnership between Axis Communications and Solink is so invaluable to banks and retailers in the region" says Matthew Terrey, Solink's representative in the UAE.

Nedap opens US sales office to accelerate growth in retail sector

Nedap opens US sales office to accelerate growth in retail sector

Editor / Provider: Nedap | Updated: 1/21/2015 | Article type: Security 50

 The opening is part of a long-term expansion plan designed to bring Nedap closer to its US end-customers and partner network. The US presence enables Nedap to shift its focus from servicing global accounts to successfully partnering with national American accounts. Dannie Klompsma has been appointed Area Director North America to shape and extend the US operation.

 

The headquarters will include sales, engineering, marketing and a partner training center to provide partners with maximum local support and business resources.

Maximize support and impact
Setting up this US office is the initial step towards establishing a full American headquarters for the retail division. The headquarters will include sales, engineering, marketing and a partner training center to provide partners with maximum local support and business resources.

“It is essential for Nedap to be closer to the market and our partners to really make a difference in the US retail market,” Dannie Klompsma explains. “After several years of continuous growth in the US, we decided to establish a logistic hub in Boston in 2013, in addition to our hubs in Europe and Asia. This US office is the next major milestone in our commitment to the US market.”

Offer to market: loss prevention and stock management
Nedap's portfolio for the American retail sector consists of loss prevention and stock management solutions. The solutions enable retailers to optimize their in-store merchandise availability and permanently reduce losses caused by customer theft, internal fraud and administrative errors. Nedap develops hard- and software in the field of RF- and RFID-based electronic article surveillance (EAS), RFID-based stock management, visitor counting and access control. All Nedap solutions can be managed and monitored remotely. These features offer more insight and control on headquarters level to retailers.

VIVOTEK launches four new 5-megapixel network cameras

VIVOTEK launches four new 5-megapixel network cameras

Editor / Provider: VIVOTEK | Updated: 1/20/2015 | Article type: Security 50

Continuing its pursuit of the highest possible image quality, VIVOTEK has launched four new 5-Megapixel network cameras: the professional outdoor bullet network cameras IB8381and IB8381-E; the outdoor dome network camera FD8381-EV; and the indoor dome network camera FD8181. Equipped with enhanced image processing technology, these four new cameras provide excellent image quality and finer detail than ever before.

Incorporating advanced features such as 3D Noise Reduction, Smart IR and Smart Stream technology, the IB8381, IB8381-E, FD8381-EV and FD8181 all four cameras are able to suppress sensor noise, prevent overexposure and result in clear images around the clock while further reduce bandwidth consumption and enhance image detail in extremely bright as well as dark environments. In the near future, new features as video rotation for corridor view and electronic image stabilization (EIS) technology will be introduced to the four new cameras. Video rotation for corridor view can provide wider vertical coverage for more depth while EIS technology enables cameras to mitigate the effect of camera vibration due to wind and ensure a stable image. The four new 5-Megapixel network cameras IB8381, IB8381-E, FD8381-EV and FD8181 are absolutely ideal options for city surveillance, campus, train station, parking lots, critical infrastructure and nature monitoring.

The FD8381-EV, the outdoor version of FD8181, is specially designed with a robust IP66-rated and IK10 housing to ensure the camera body withstands rain and dust and is protected against vandalism or tampering. The IB8381-E and FD8381-EV, with an extended operating temperature range of -50~50°C, are further able to ensure performance and reliability in extremely cold and warm weather even with just 802.3at PoE power.

Sedar rolls out IDIS DirectIP across its Middle East operations

Sedar rolls out IDIS DirectIP across its Middle East operations

Editor / Provider: IDIS | Updated: 1/19/2015 | Article type: Security 50

IDIS announced that Sedar, a leading brand in the world of window fashion and fine furnishings, has rolled out IDIS DirectIP full-HD surveillance across is sales, manufacturing and warehousing operations in the Middle East.

Headquartered in the United Arab Emirates (UAE), Sedar employs 2,500 people serving a multicultural base of middle to high-end income customers. With ambitious expansion plans, Sedar wanted to increase the security and safety of its customers and staff, increase productivity and manage authorised entry into company premises. The company also wanted added flexibility to help maintain quality control across the business and to ensure compliance with best working practices.

After careful evaluation, Sedar selected IDIS DirectIP based on its high performance, quality, low cost of ownership and the customer service and responsiveness of the IDIS sales and technical team. DirectIP offered Sedar a complete end-to-end solution comprising a range of IP cameras, Network Video Recorders (NVRs), monitors, bundled IDIS Center™ Video Management Software (VMS) plus switching hubs and accessories.

Following a successful trial in March 2014, Sedar began a phased roll out of a 400+ camera and forty NVR DirectIP solution across its UAE multi-site company headquarters, twenty plus prime location showrooms, a 50,000 square metre distribution centre in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia and eight major warehouses.

Plug and play simplicity meant the installation was completed with minimal engineer training and no disruption to routine operations. At each location installation took approximately two days including all infrastructure, configuration, and commissioning. A control centre at Sedar’s

Sharjar headquarters coordinates centralised live monitoring of all locations by a small team of operators. Supporting Sedar expansion plans, the company can easily extend video surveillance connectivity to each new international location that comes online, including franchise operations worldwide.

Imad Najjar, Sedar Marketing Manager said: “Sedar is a trusted brand with a strong commitment to quality. To uphold our high standards while supporting an ambitious multinational growth strategy, we wanted a state-of-the-art security surveillance system that offered exceptional performance without placing a heavy burden on company time and resources. We were immediately impressed with IDIS DirectIP™. It was user friendly, technically robust and offered everything we required – it was in a different class.”

Since implementing the solution, Sedar has reported a 10% increase in staff productivity, fewer reports of unauthorised access to company premises and fewer calls to investigate potential concerns about employee behaviour.

Harry Kwon, General Manager, IDIS Middle East, noted: “The speed of the Sedar rollout across multiple international sites is testament to DirectIP’s true plug-and-play simplicity, which also eases the burden of routine maintenance. Combining this with no annual license fees and low power consumption, we were able to offer Sedar an industry-leading low cost of ownership, while enabling significant operational efficiencies. We look forward to working with the Sedar team as they continue to expand their operations across the region.”

Sedar is pursuing an ambitious growth strategy, including franchise opportunities, to further extend its reach. During 2015 new retail outlets are due to open in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region that will implement IDIS DirectIP for all security and safety operations.

IDIS announces appointments and opening of regional head office in Middle East

IDIS announces appointments and opening of regional head office in Middle East

Editor / Provider: IDIS | Updated: 1/19/2015 | Article type: Security 50

Building on an already robust commitment to the Middle East and North Africa regions, IDIS announced the appointment of a new General Manager and Regional Sales Manager with dedicated Middle East responsibilities, and touted the opening of the IDIS Middle East headquarters in Dubai’s Silicon Oasis. IDIS made the announcements at Intersec 2015 at the Dubai International Convention and Exhibition Centre.

IDIS announced that Harry Kwon, a veteran IDIS global business manager, has been named General Manager for the Middle East. Kwon has supported IDIS business initiatives in Middle East, Russia, and Australian marketplaces for more than ten years, and will be based out of the company’s new Dubai regional head office. IDIS also appointed Jamil Alasfar as Regional Sales Manager. Alasfar will develop the Middle East and North African markets, working with new customers, including installers, integrators, distributors and end users, providing sales and technical support, as well as training.

IDIS also announced the opening of a permanent regional head office in Dubai Silicon Oasis. The 7.2 million square meter master planned community includes a technology park and provides both a living and working integrated community for global industry leaders, including Fujitsu, Western Digital, and IDIS.

Harry Kwon, General Manager, IDIS Middle East, said, “IDIS is taking action to clearly demonstrate our long-term commitment to the Middle East and North Africa region. We are building up key, dedicated regional leadership with the experience and expertise to drive growth and represent IDIS quality and excellence.

“The opening of a new IDIS Middle East office, in Dubai Silicon Oasis, is another example of IDIS’s commitment to serving our Middle East and North Africa customers with the same level of personal dedication and localised attention known by IDIS customers around the world. The selection of the Dubai Silicon Oasis, one of the region’s leading concentrations of corporate thought and innovation, is an ideal fit for IDIS’s culture of excellence.”

IDIS made these announcements at Intersec 2015, alongside a featured expansion of the company’s signature ultimate surveillance experience, featuring IDIS DirectIP™, an end-to-end surveillance solution that delivers benefits across the entire security buying chain.

The City of Venice chooses Avigilon to protect city's residents, visitors, and historic architecture

The City of Venice chooses Avigilon to protect city's residents, visitors, and historic architecture

Editor / Provider: Avigilon | Updated: 1/19/2015 | Article type: Government & Public Services

Challenge
One of Italy's most scenic cities needed to deploy an advanced HD video surveillance solution that could provide safety for its residents and tourists, protect historic buildings and landmarks from vandalism, and meet the city's multiple regulations.

Solution
Security personnel for the City of Venice manage their HD video surveillance system from the city's police telecommunications and video surveillance operations center that spans two rooms and has a total of 12 full HD 55-inch monitors installed on the wall. Additional client control centers are located in an inter-police force center in the Piazza San Marco, in the provincial operations center of the Carabinieri of Venice, and in the state police of Venice operations center. The City of Venice uses the Avigilon Control Center (ACC) Enterprise software with High Definition Stream Management (HDSM)™. This is the core of the central recording system, located at the city of Venice data center, managed by Venis, an information technology company based in the city. Avigilon 16 MP and 8 MP HD Pro cameras were installed to protect three important sites in Venice: Piazza Ferretto (the main square in Mestre), Piazza San Marco, and the Rialto Bridge. In addition, all video feeds from existing analogue cameras are converted to HD using Avigilon encoders. The city also uses Avigilon Network Video Recorders (NVRs) to store a minimum of seven days of continuous surveillance footage. The entire video surveillance network is based on an MPLS (Multiprotocol Label Switching) fiber optic infrastructure, built by Venis and owned by the City of Venice.

Benefits to the City of Venice
- Protect residents, tourists and historic architecture
- Save on staffing costs - Strengthen relationships with state police forces

Benefits of the Avigilon Solution
- Faster search times
- Provide indisputable evidence for incidents
- High-quality image detail

The City of Venice Chooses Avigilon HD Video Surveillance System to Protect City's Residents, Visitors and Historic Architecture
With its stunning architecture, canals and bridges, the City of Venice is universally considered to be one of the most beautiful cities in the world, attracting over 50,000 tourists per day. Located in Northeastern Italy, there are 118 small islands that are separated by canals and connected bridges. The City of Venice includes island and onshore territories and extends across the two distinct centers of Venice (on the Venice lagoon) and Mestre (onshore). Because of its unique landscape and artistic heritage, there are logistical problems associated with controlling the area. In a city like Venice, it is not only important to ensure the safety of its residents and tourists, but is also critical that the city secures its historic and world famous buildings. In the past, the Rialto Bridge had been vandalized by graffiti artists.

After years of relying on an outdated, analogue surveillance system, the city was ready to switch to a sophisticated, IP-based video solution that has an open platform. “The existing video surveillance system comprised of a city-owned system of approximately 60 analogue, low-resolution cameras which were very hard to analyze,” said Luciano Marini, Police Commander for the City of Venice, who also spoke of problems with the previous system's software and NVRs. “The video recording apparatus experienced frequent malfunctions that caused the partial loss of video feeds making it difficult to provide evidence in situations.” With the assistance of their security systems partner Venis, the City of Venice chose Avigilon because of the image quality and detail provided by the Avigilon cameras, and the efficient storage capabilities of the intuitive ACC software. Avigilon was also chosen because it is the only manufacturer capable of providing high-resolution cameras with a wide choice of lenses. “Other producers did not have comparable solutions in terms of resolution, nor did they offer the most suitable choice of lens for the type of frame,” said Commander Marini.

Superior Image Quality
In the Piazza San Marco, the two Avigilon 16 MP cameras were installed in St. Mark's Campanile, hidden inside the arcade. One camera provides coverage of the Piazza in the direction of the jetty on the San Marco dock and the other in the direction of the Ala Napoleonica (Napoleonic Wing) of the Correr Museum. “The use of high resolution cameras, like the 16 MP ones, gives us highly detailed images that can also be displayed while analyzing the recordings,” said Commander Marini, who states the image quality has been helpful to the police in solving crimes. “To obtain the same result, we would have had to install more cameras on neighboring monuments, with all the complications involved.” In the past, the city was forced to monitor key, high-traffic areas or areas subject to vandalism using multiple analogue cameras. “Using multiple cameras, it was easy to miss significant frames because of their position or being out of focus,” Commander Marini concludes. “The high-resolution fixed cameras, on the other hand, don't pose this problem: they are always in the correct position and they offer a high level of detail.”

Versatile and Scalable Solution
As a result of the Avigilon HD system's open platform, the City of Venice has been able to efficiently scale up their system in the last few years. With the assistance of Avigilon encoders, officials have been able to integrate existing analogue cameras and can now seamlessly manage all cameras under a single platform. The advanced search capabilities of the Avigilon Control Center (ACC) software have enabled officials to locate events in a fraction of the time of their previous system. “We find the ACC software to be very simple to use and it has helped us be a lot more efficient with our searches,” said Commander Marini, who is also impressed with the software's zooming capabilities. “The ability to display different parts of the same image with various zoom levels, and get those images in HD while continuously recording the entire frame is incredible.”

Effective Crime Fighting Tool
Identifying perpetrators of vandalism or crime by image analysis has been a key advantage of installing the Avigilon HD system. “The Avigilon system has on many occasions been a valuable aide to research operations, including for investigative purposes,” Commander Marini said. The high-resolution images have been beneficial in providing indisputable evidence for the city's police force. On top of the technical capabilities of the Avigilon HD solution, security personnel at the City of Venice also found the system to have an excellent price to performance ratio. “The benefits are seen on a daily basis,” concluded Commander Marini. “For example, in the field of fighting unlicensed trading in public areas, we now save on manpower. Previously we had to verify all reports of the presence of illegal traders but now we can constantly monitor the affected areas and intervene with certainty.”

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