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UK food processor tackles the deep freeze


Hannah Foods, a family run business in Skelmersdale, U.K., recently upgraded its legacy video surveillance system with a new system consisting of Bosch Security Systems cameras, three DVRs and a keyboard. Some of the cameras were even installed by Unique Integrated Systems (UIS) in the deep freeze and operated at 23 degrees Celsius. The new video surveillance system includes a mixture of 40 Bosch

2nd largest bank in France upgrades to digital recording


Societe Generale, the second largest bank in France recently deployed Grundig Security video surveillance equipment to help combat armed assaults that target ATMs and cash-in-transit vehicles. The bank upgraded each of its branches to a digital video recording solution, each with local and off-site recording capability, which amounted to 1,200 video recorders. It also added 2,000 hidden and extern

German theme park plays it safe


Featuring 100 attractions in 13 European theme areas and five hotels, the 94 hectare Europa-Park in Rust, Germany integrated its security system into a comprehensive building management solution to improve security and park management using SeeTec VMS. This allows all cameras and subsections to be accessed and operated centrally from one control station. Additionally, the system should be able to

Chinese oil drilling equipment provider shows faith in IP video


Baoji Oilfield Machinery, a subsidiary of China National Petroleum Corporation has deployed an IP-based video surveillance system to improve management efficiency and strengthen security. Baoji is one of the world's largest land-based oil rig and serial mud pump R&D and manufacturing base. Based on the client's needs, Axis Communications and local partner NetPosa, a digital video product manufactu

NYC credit union relies on IP-based HD surveillance


The Brooklyn Cooperative Federal Credit Union, New York City's fastest growing credit union, has deployed Avigilon's IP-based HD surveillance system. Spanning an entire block in the busy city, the credit union required a security system that went beyond traditional measures, remarked Bryan Schmode, Executive VP of Global Sales at Avigilon.

Russian IT distributor enhances operations with networked surveillance system


1C Company, a Moscow software developer and official distributor for more than 100 foreign and Russian software suppliers, deployed an IP-based surveillance system to prevent internal theft and increase productivity at its warehouses that employ 10,000 workers. 1C selected Axis Communications cameras, from distributor NNT-Telecom, after reviewing performance compared with other manufacturers, said

Cali beverage firm manages multisite access in the cloud


Nor-Cal Beverage, a family-owned beverage company founded in 1937 in Anaheim, commissioned a cloud-based access control system to manage five distributed facilities between Anaheim and Fullerton. The system from Brivo Systems was installed in March 2011 by Tyco Integrated Security. The system manages all critical access points at both external and internal doors, and keeps track of time and attend

Indian manufacturer assures safety and quality on IP platform


Sahajanand Medical Technologies, a manufacturer of minimally invasive coronary stent systems in India, recently deployed a Verint Systems IP video solution at its Surat manufacturing facility to help enhance the safety and security of its employees and overall operational efficiency. The system consists of VMS, VCA and video encoders, and helps Sahajanand adhere to compliance and quality standards

Australian mall security setup woos law enforcement


LILIN Australia recently supplied an IP-based video solution to a shopping center in Perth, Australia. The system consists of 30 2- and 3-megapixel iMEGAPRO cameras, deployed to monitor the inside and outside of shopping and parking areas. This installation also included the use of LILIN's license-free CMX management software and high-end server to control the storage and overall system operation.

Taiwan food processor grows security infrastructure with company


I-Mei Foods, one of Taiwan's largest food product manufacturers since 1934, recently underwent a major security upgrade by replacing its outdated analog surveillance system with VIVOTEK IP cameras. VIVOTEK assessed, planed and implemented the upgrade at the I-Mei Apprentices Training Center (ATC) with 330 cameras. An optical fiber network was also installed to accommodate bandwidth requirements fr

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