Rompetrol Rafinare SA, Romania's second largest oil company, is using an Infinova fiber optics video system to watch over its multiple facilities inside the 480 hectares (1,186 acres) Rompetrol Rafinare Refinery (formerly called the Petromidia Refinery) in Navodari. Using Infinova outdoor cameras, placed throughout the facility, many with an IP66 rating to protect against the maritime environment, refinery and oil terminal security operations staff can view what is going on within the refinery at all times plus refer to a record of any incidences using Infinova DVRs.
The latest addition to the Samsung varifocal dome range, the SCD-2080R, is an internal dome with built-in IR LED illuminators. It is designed to provide a stylish and competitively priced option for a wide range of applications including offices, retail outlets, petrol stations and hotels.
Milestone Certified Partner Camsecure has installed the largest national implementation of HDTV video surveillance cameras at the award-winning Saxon Hotel in Johannesburg, South Africa. Upgrading the hotel‘s security technology with the newest innovations is a continuous return on investment thanks to the IP video management software.
As of now, you can order high-end storage solutions of Pivot3, the American specialist for storage of video data and virtualisation.
The need for reliable and optimised storage systems grows with the increasing requirements for video surveillance, e.g. more and more cameras with increased resolution need to be recorded at increased derivative times.
Great importance has always been attributed to flight safety, however, after 9/11 the requirements of airport operators and airlines have significantly been raised. Also, recent developments such as the discovery of suspect packages in cargo areas have proven that the danger of terrorism is still very prevalent. In order to ensure the safety of passengers, in-flight crews and members of the ground staff, airport operators do not only need complex security technology but also an integrated and intelligent threat management system.
An IndigoVision IP Video surveillance solution has been deployed at the Royal Bafokeng Stadium, near Rustenburg, South Africa as part of a multi-million Dollar security upgrade for the recent 2010 Football World Cup. The 42,000 capacity stadium was one of the 10 venues used to stage the World Cup finals and was also used to host the Confederations Cup in 2009.
While the Asian market is growing very fast, a lot of companies from that region do not concentrate only on their home market but expand their distribution into the EMEA region. One company that has ambitious plans to expand in Europe is Brickcom from Taiwan and the company has a very interesting background making it different from many other Asian vendors. At Security Essen we had the opportunity to talk to Ebony Huang, Brickcom's President and CEO about his approach to the market.
At the end of 2009 we talked to Frank C.S. Pedersen, CEO of Security Solutions, Siemens Building Technologies Division, about their new approach to security. Some 12 months on, we conduct another interview to see how far things have moved on.
GIT SECURITY: When we last spoke, open standards seemed to be very much a focus of the Siemens approach to security. Is this still the case?
The Finnish Transport Agency for Rail, Maritime and Road Administration, has announced that the pilot project for evaluating an advanced IP-based surveillance system for 11 train stations, was awarded to IndigoVision's Authorised Finnish Partner, Taitotekniikka (Kauppahuone Taito Oy).
Vivotek is constantly striving to provide the highest quality network cameras to meet the most technically demanding and professional surveillance market requirements. The launch of the Supreme series marks Vivoteks's entry into a new era of technology and professional project markets.