Banks are a type of business that devotes special attention to security. One of the reasons for this is that having a good reputation is very important to them. Banks use video surveillance systems for both security purposes and gathering information needed for handling customer complaints. So it is not only necessary to equip bank offices with these systems, but also ATMs that are often situated far from each other and from bank branches.
The new Bosch cameras deliver full HD resolution images with excellent color differentiation even in low light. They are constructed with careful attention to detail, from the lens and specially selected image sensor to the built-in HD-optimized Intelligent Video Analysis.
A new, next-generation camera design offers features such as extended operating temperature range, and the FlexiDome’s special dome eliminates the bubble (unfocused) effect seen in traditional HD domes.
Lucerne is one of Switzerland‘s most beautiful cities. As well as the world-famous Kapellbrücke and the water tower, the Lucerne Culture and Congress Centre (KKL) attracts many visitors to the city. The Lucerne KKL, built by the Parisian architect Jean Nouvel, is famous for its concert hall with phenomenal acoustics and the impressive views of the lake and the old town from its two roof terraces.
The ‘Center Spatial Guyanais' (CSG) otherwise known as the Guiana Space Center near Kourou in French Guiana is the spaceport, which France shares with the European Space Agency (ESA). Besides being the launch site for the Ariane rockets which are designed and built by partners in 12 European countries, Kourou also provides launch facilities for the ESA, the French space agency CNES, and as from 2011 Russian Soyuz rockets too.
Pivot3 started out in 2003 with the intention of radically simplifying servers, memory and networks and making them more affordable. It was the first manufacturer to bring a complete Pivot3 V-Stac storage & server solution especially for digital video surveillance and rich media onto the market. GIT-SECURITY.com spoke with Dieter Kondek, Vice President and General Manager International at Pivot3, about his company and about modern memory technology.
Lord's Cricket Ground has been the ‘Home of Cricket' since 1787, and is widely viewed as the game's spiritual ‘headquarters'. Owned by Marylebone Cricket Club (MCC), Lord's is said to be the most important single place in the world for cricket, and plays a key role in promoting cricket in Britain and globally. The host of major Test matches, one day internationals and historic fixtures such as Oxford versus Cambridge, Lord's is also home to the MCC's Indoor Cricket School, the MCC Library and the world famous MCC Museum.
DPD, with over 7,500 employees and one of the leading parcel and express couriers in Germany, has taken up the cause of guaranteeing its customers high reliability and efficiency. In addition to a comprehensive European network and strong local partners in international dispatch, the most modern technology now provides the basis for perfect transport solutions, even for highly complex tasks. Modern video technology and the use of intelligent software help the company to minimize complaints and to optimize processes in the Münster DPD Depot.
Chris Howlett has strengthened surveillance solutions manufacturer CBC (Europe)'s customer focus with his appointment as Business Development Manager. Chris steps up from a previous consultancy role with CBC's CCTV Division and offers a significant 27 years' security industry experience to benefit installers, system integrators, end users and other CBC customers.
Veracity has formalised a technology partnership with video surveillance asset management (VSAM) solution provider SoleraTec. Both SoleraTec's Phoenix RSM (‘Record, Store, and Manage') and Veracity's Coldstore are specifically designed for energy saving and cost-efficient online, near-line and offline video surveillance asset management.
The Dallmeier recorder series “bank“ is now also certified for use with IP cameras according to DGUV Test.