Two of Belgium's biggest hospitals have selected Raytec LED technology as part of a full lighting and security upgrade, which includes bespoke LED solutions for areas outside of the usual CCTV remit.
CCTV Lighting specialists Raytec have been awarded first place for ‘Best Axis Technology Partner' in Northern Europe, at Axis' recent Channel Convergence Conference in Turkey.
The conference united over 180 Axis partners and was focused around the evolution of network video surveillance. Partners included distributors, resellers and system integrators, as well as software developers and technology partners.
Quality and reliability is vitally important for CCTV lighting specialists Raytec, both in the high quality, low energy LED products which they manufacture and the first class customer service that they deliver. Here is a short video demonstrating the tough quality testing regime that all Raytec products must go through to ensure the highest levels of performance, consistency, durability and reliability.
Raytec's latest generation of Raymax Infra-Red LED illuminators have been used to enhance night-time security at The Port of Lisbon, Portugal. The low energy illuminators improve the performance of the port's surveillance system by providing excellent images during the hours of darkness up to 200m (656ft). Thanks to their combination of reliability and robustness, the Raymax illuminators also stand up well to the rigours of the coastal environment including salt water, high winds and blown sand particles.
Norbain has been announced a winner for their simple yet innovative ‘Big Idea' to help The Co-operative Group meet its environmental and business objectives. The ‘Big Idea' was an industry-leading event launched by The Co-operative. It invited suppliers and manufacturers to submit their ‘Big Idea' aimed at helping the organisation reduce business loss and/or risk, making it a safer place for their colleagues.
Raytec: Lighting Amnesty scheme. Raytec reports a widespread positive response to the ‘scrap and save’ Lighting Amnesty scheme launched last month.
The scheme encourages organizations to switch from wasteful CCTV and security lighting to low energy LED lighting.
Raytec: Raymax 100 Infra-Red illuminators in ‘Deep Space' 3D art display. Raytec’s Raymax 100 Infra-Red illuminators are at the heart of a ‘Deep Space’ 3D attraction at a state-of-the-art exhibition centre in Austria.
The robust, high performance illuminators have been key to creating these innovative displays at the Ars Electronica Centre (AEC) in Linz, Austria – billed as a ‘Museum of the Future’.
Raytec: license plate capture cameras and Infra-Red illuminators. Security at one the leading casinos in the North-West United States is being improved with the license plate capture cameras and Infra-Red illuminators from Raytec.
The casino is upgrading security as part of its plans for an increase in visitor numbers and the company’s equipment was chosen to give the surveillance team the best possible control over car parks and key external areas.
Videor E. Hartig: attends IFSEC 2009. With Videor E. Hartig one of the leading European Multibrand Distributors will be an exhibitor at IFSEC again in 2009 – and increase its booth area by a good 40 %.
Placed directly at the main entrance and designed as a lounge, the extended area offers much room to discuss current projects and product innovations.